A documentary movie going behind the scenes of Suffolk’s First World War trenches has been created for release in local cinemas.
The trial of a Woodbridge father and son accused of firearms offences will take place in October next year.
Woodbridge Rugby Club has launched a huge fundraiser in the hopes of buying a church and land to provide for their junior and wheelchair teams.
A former high school teacher has opened Woodbridge’s new Refill Eco zero waste shop – saying: “We can’t go on with the scale of plastic waste in people’s homes.”
An all-female international line up of musicians will be among the performers at a Woodbridge cinema in a series of shows raising funds for the venue.
A Woodbridge man who went missing yesterday has been found.
A Suffolk college is hoping to convert its donation of new rugby balls into a partnership with Woodbridge Rugby Club.
A police cordon put in place around a patch of Suffolk heathland two days ago, has been removed after investigations finished.
Forensic teams have been spotted at a Suffolk heathland, where a police cordon has been put in place.
A group of Suffolk schools have united to help ensure the next generation of highly-skilled teachers are trained within the county.
More than £1.1million is being committed to a fresh three-year campaign in tackling county lines drug operations – with specialist hubs set for Ipswich and Bury St Edmunds.
A couple usually too busy working to celebrate their wedding anniversary are to take the time to mark the occasion this year - to help Woodbridge’s Riverside theatre survive Covid-19.
The boss of a Suffolk gastropub has accused the government of using the hospitality industry as a scapegoat, after Matt Hancock did not rule out closing England’s pubs this weekend.
A number of students at Farlingaye High School are self-isolating after a pupil tested positive for coronavirus.
A popular Christmas attraction is putting its Santa’s grotto online in an effort to “keep everyone as safe as possible” due to Covid-19.
Woodbridge-based care provider Sarah’s Carers is to recruit 30 new live-in carers to help meet “skyrocketing” demand.
A pair of magicians have pulled a rabbit out the hat by launching a brand new business after they lost all their work overnight.
Rare spoonbill birds have successfully raised chicks for the first time in Suffolk since the 18th century – offering a sign of hope for the future of the species.
Police want to speak to a man pictured on CCTV in connection with a theft in Woodbridge.
A partially-sighted man from Woodbridge has revealed how he nearly gave up his guide dog - because he was so scared of obstacles on the pavement forcing him into the road.
An eco-friendly hair salon has opened in Woodbridge - with a little help from other local businesses.
Radical changes to children’s centres provision in Suffolk have been given the final approval after more than a year in the pipeline.
A Felixstowe lorry driver has been described by his eldest son as “everything you could want from a dad” following his sudden death at just 52 years old.
It has been a while since sizable ships used to dock at Woodbridge quay - but now a Thames Lighter is set to help the award-winning boatyard with its increasing workload.
A six-bedroom Georgian house with sea views near Woodbridge is on the market for £1.25million.
Firefighters from Ipswich and Woodbridge have been sent to a forest blaze near the Army’s Rock Barracks base in Sutton Heath.
A man who absconded from Hollesley Bay prison has been arrested after failing to attend a roll call in January.
A new vicar set to take up the reins at a well-known Suffolk church says he is excited to take on the role.
A Suffolk care farm has set up a club where older men with health difficulties can stay fit and well in the aftermath of the Covid-19 crisis by going back to nature.
A Suffolk seamstress has seen her orders pile up after being named one of the best mask makers in the country.
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