Organisers of the Lavenham Christmas Fair have sadly announced that it will not go ahead this year due to the coronavirus pandemic and uncertainty over when large scale events will be reinstated.
The coronavirus outbreak has affected Sudbury businesses far and wide - but now community leaders have banded together to create a ‘virtual high street’ to help ensure access to their best-loved retailers.
A landlord has enforced a payment holiday towards one of his rentals after his tenant lost his job and is urging other property owners to follow suit.
A teenager who cheated death in a freak accident last summer has thanked the ambulance crews who saved his life.
A couple stranded for more than a month in New Zealand due to the coronavirus outbreak are finally hoping to make their way home.
Actors Damian Lewis and Helen McCrory are taking leading roles in helping frontline staff in the fight against coronavirus while in isolation at their East Anglian home.
Five new ecofriendly and portable houses are planned for a former brickworks and gravel pit site in Suffolk.
With Suffolk, and the rest of the UK, now in lockdown, time outside, the range of groceries available and leisure activities are all limited.
The number of people sleeping rough on the streets of Sudbury, Hadleigh and neighbouring towns is decreasing thanks to new initiatives introduced by councils.
An NHS worker whose car has been stolen from outside her family home has spoken of her “shock” over the theft.
Rubbish bags containing the remains of a cannabis haul and unopened food have bene found dumped in a Suffolk field.
Alexandra’s beauty salon in Sudbury has now closed its doors for the first time in 29 years due to coronavirus fears.
A community leader from Suffolk has just been announced as the new member of its national financial authoritative body.
A popular Suffolk theatre has closed its doors following Governemnt advice amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a woman was assaulted in Sudbury.
Ipswich has become a ghost town in the wake of the coronavirus crisis - and there are fears the situation will escalate.
A village shop is offering home deliveries to the elderly and vulnerable amid the coronavirus outbreak.
A 34ft model of a Suffolk railway station is now complete after ten years in the making.
Three friends, two records, one ocean – that’s the motto for three young women attempting to smash two world records by rowing across the Atlantic.
The NHS are highlighting the difficulties some people face with eating and drinking by hosting swallowing awareness day across the country including at Hillside Special School in Sudbury.
Channel 4’s The Word leapt onto our screens in 1990 and quickly garnered a cult following - propelling presenter and creator Terry into the limelight.
A Suffolk nursery is celebrating at being rated ‘Outstanding’ in an Ofsted report for the third time in a row.
An angling group in Suffolk has slapped down social media rumours that it wants to cull otters because they were affecting fish stocks.
A large knife has been found dumped in hedgerow in west Suffolk close to a children’s school and play area.
Work is under way on a £9.5million revamp of a popular Suffolk tourist attraction – and now a new centre has opened which reveals what people can expect.
“An equal world is an enabled world” is the motto for International Women’s Day taking place on Sunday March 8.
“It’s not fair and it’s not right” - that is the reaction of a Sudbury cafe owner after being suddenly hit with a £4,000 business rates bill after just a few months of trading.
Pupils from a Suffolk primary school have taken part in a national concert - the biggest children’s choir in the world.
Hundreds of young performers from schools and community groups across Suffolk are on song in the annual Snape Maltings Celebration.
A community pub in Sudbury is set to reopen next month under new managers following a major £112k refurbishment.