Questions are being raised over the escalating cost of three highways projects in Suffolk.

Saint Edmund Pacers wrapped up the Suffolk Winter League team title, following the sixth and final race at Haverhill, while there were individual victories on the day for Harry Allcock and Odette Robson.

A lively musical play telling the story of an East Anglian highwayman will be performed in Sudbury at the weekend.

Best-selling author Louis de Bernieres will be talking about his life and works in an evening of music, poetry, tales and literary chat in Sudbury this summer.

Liam Hillyard proved he is a 'big game player' by firing Felixstowe & Walton United into the final of this season's KBB NEFF Suffolk Premier Cup, writes Nick Garnham.

Help is at hand for anyone spring-cleaning and needing to de-clutter.

Helen Davies is bang on course to smash her personal best for the marathon, when she defends her Brighton Marathon title next month.

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The Kings Marsh Stadium was bathed in bright sunshine as the home side cruised to victory with consummate ease against the Essex outfit to consolidate sixth place, albeit distant from a play-off position.

Sudbury could receive funding to transform its town centre after the council made a bid for a slice of a government funding pot.

Pop rock band The Hoosiers have been confirmed to play at a popular music festival held in memory of a Sudbury teenager.

A special visitor has arrived at the East Anglian Railway Museum to attract visitors over the next two weeks.

Newmarket mountain biker Jason Bouttell dominated the Senior Men's category in at the Mud, Sweat and Gears races in Henham Park near Southwold, while Emily Quantrill from Bury St Edmunds took her first Elite women's win, writes Fergus Muir.

AFC Sudbury entertain Witham Town on Saturday afternoon at King's Marsh in Bostik North, 3pm.

A vocal quartet who have sung for the Queen and appeared live on BBC Radio 2 will visit the Quay Theatre in Sudbury next month.

Further details of plans for a hotel and restaurant in Sudbury have been revealed after a council moved to reassure residents over the future of a much-loved park.

Daisy Glover had the distinction of being the first runner home, in addition to the first female finisher, at the 268th staging of the Great Cornard parkrun on a windy Saturday morning.

The family behind Huffers in Sudbury are putting the final touches to their latest venture - a new fish restuarant which is set to open in Ipswich town centre next month.

Bury Town manager, Ben Chenery, does not want his team to "slack off" during the last few weeks of the season.

Football writer Carl Marston dons his anorak to visit clubs in the region (and beyond) in his quest for good football and a good cup of tea. Here he puts the spotlight on Bowers & Pitsea

Punctuality on Suffolk rail services is among the worst on Greater Anglia's network according to new statistics just published.

An Ipswich to Haverhill charity bike ride in memory of boy who died from a brain tumour has raised more than £1,000 to support other children with the disease.

Traders in Sudbury are bracing themselves for a week of disruption with the start of major gas words in the town.

On a weekend dominated by wind-related stories Lloyd Chapman and Mandy Bunn were the winners in Cycle Club Sudbury's Mad March Hilly time trial on the Lavenham-Hadleigh-Monk's Eleigh circuit, writes Fergus Muir.

A feasibility study into a potential new multi-storey car park in Sudbury would be a "waste of money", according to a former town mayor.

A new project aims to bring Sudbury's silk heritage to life by talking to employees who are or were involved in the industry.

The strong winds of Storm Gareth have resulted in the closure of Belle Vue Park in Sudbury.

A Sudbury vicar is leaving to head to pastures new at the end of next month after 14 years.

A popular Bury St Edmunds music competition has this year been the "strongest and most diverse" in its 21-year history, according to organisers.

A national week-long operation will be supported by Suffolk police to crack down on gang activity and highlight the risks of carrying a bladed weapon.

More than 80 people became potential lifesavers today - as the first of our free 'Learn to be a Lifesaver' CPR training sessions got under way.

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