September 2 2014 Latest news:
A Suffolk artist has been overjoyed with the response to her latest solo exhibition, which continues at Snape Maltings until Thursday.
An annual banger bash has become such a hit that organisers have this year arranged for coaches to bring in visiting sausage fans.
The energy company behind plans for a nuclear power plant in east Suffolk has been called upon to reconsider its “inappropriate” transport proposals associated with the project.
A man who allowed cattle carcasses to decompose on his farm near Saxmundham has pleaded guilty to Animal by-products and Cattle registration offences.
A village church is looking like its old self following repairs to stolen lead roofing.
The first Briton to catch the deadly Ebola virus seems to be “pretty well”, his family have said.
A departing councillor has claimed people in a Suffolk town are being “short-changed” by their representatives.
New parking measures in a coastal resort are to be trialled for 18 months from today.
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