A German-owned agricultural company based in Suffolk is set to continue to invest in the UK - whatever the outcome of the UK's Brexit crisis, says its UK and Ireland boss.

The first Suffolk punch foal of the year in the UK has been born in Suffolk.

Today saw the Ipswich Witches press and practice day with the new season at Foxhall just over a week away. MIKE BACON went to see what was happening.

A former Suffolk vicar now living in Christchurch has spoken of the shock that has enveloped the city after 50 Muslim worshippers were gunned down in their mosques.

The horse lover tells our reporter about his lifelong career working with Suffolk Punches and the prison service.

Emily Cotton meets Sarah Blanchard, owner of Pom Pom Studio in Ipswich who turned her creative hobby into a booming business.

A forensic scientist from Bury St Edmunds has been awarded a prestigious fellowship which will see her travel the world to research the recovery of fingerprints in cold cases.

Husband and wife pairing of Sue and Paddy Lockwood of Newton Green won the Suffolk Winter Alliance better ball Stableford with 43 points at Diss on Sunday. They won the Millennium Cup.

Half a century since Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the moon, visitors to a Bury St Edmunds exhibition got to enjoy a surreal close-up lunar experience.

Find out about Joe's many achievements, from working on the Spitfire to hand-printing books.

Ipswich has a long history of engineering invention and innovation. Now one local company is launching a new product for the construction industry, and it is already receiving international interest.

Diane Church met Ian Barthorpe, from the RSPB's Minsmere reserve, to find out why our wetland habitats are so important.

One of Suffolk's best-loved old fashioned sweet shops, which is packed full of more than 1,000 different types of sugary treats from a bygone era, is now up for sale.

Ipswich has a long history of printing and manufacturing - and PDC BIG is making it big, in the niche world of employee badges and identification, business cards and other products for public events and conferences.

The Ipswich Witches 2019 roster has now been revealed. And with the team complete MIKE BACON takes a look at the 1-7 and gives his thoughts on the season ahead - as the Witches head back into the Premiership

Helen Davies was not only the first female, but also first overall, as she produced a personal best performance at the Snetterton Race Track 10K on an ice-cold Sunday morning in Norfolk.

He is the music success story from Norfolk you have never heard of.

Wetherspoon boss and keen Brexiteer Tim Martin has taken his "no deal" message on Europe to The Cricketers pub in Ipswich as part of a national tour.

MIKE Bacon takes a look at the latest VAR issues. Plus is Sir Andy the greatest-ever sporting Brit?

Paddy Bishopp is a highly accomplished entrepreneur who has co-founded a string of businesses in Suffolk, including the multinational coffee chain Paddy & Scott's. But at school? He "couldn't be put in a classroom".

Aldeburgh and Ipswich are among five clubs short-listed for the Golf Environment Award of the year, writes Tony Garnett.

A former Suffolk vicarage could become the key to combatting loneliness in older people if it is given the go-ahead by planners.

A growing number of breweries are launching low alcohol beers, and Suffolk's own are leading the market

A virtual running event which saw participants run every day from December 1 to Christmas Eve has raised more than £400 for charity.

A police dog who lost a leg in the line of duty has been rehomed following a heart-warming response to an appeal for a new owner.

Placards at the women's vote centenary celebrations read: "Let's finish what the Suffragettes started", and there is certainly plenty of progress still to be made in the ongoing fight for women's equality. Fortunately, there are plenty of brave and inspiring women leading the way.

After six years at the helm of Bury St Edmunds' horticultural organisation Bury in Bloom, Melanie Lesser is stepping down from the role. She met up with MICHAEL STEWARD to discuss her highlights, favourite projects and plans for the future.

Many war video games glory in violence - but the game created by 25-year-old Henry Driver is based on a relative's real-life wartime tragedy

Hundreds kicked off their Christmas celebrations today with a splash - braving the cold waters at Felixstowe for the town's big Christmas Day dip.

We look back over the year and finds that despite the High Street woes, there was plenty for local companies to celebrate in 2018.

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