The twinkling Christmas tree lights are a true sign that Santa is really on his way and Ipswich and Bury St Edmunds have already turned theirs on, but when will the rest of the county be lit up?
Three Suffolk sailors are to receive prestigious awards from the Royal Yachting Association’s president, Her Royal Highness the Princess Royal.
From the heartwarming tale of a Paraguayan musical youth group, to a study of neo-colonialism in South Sudan, the 21st Aldeburgh Documentary Festival offered something for all audiences.
Smouldering wood caused a chimney to catch light at a Suffolk home in the early hours of this morning, according to firefighters.
An elderly couple from Brandeston have been without a phone or internet connection for almost three weeks due to an unexplained blunder by BT.
Suffolk will be going stir crazy at the end of the month, as care homes across the county team up with a Great British Bake Off finalist for Stir-Up Sunday.
A 46-year-old man who died when the van he was driving crashed into a pub in Snape last week has been named.
Railway enthusiasts in Leiston are ready to start a new restoration project – following a special delivery.
Science students abandoned their classrooms to spend a practical day in the field by learning about the evolution of a new nature reserve from the Ice Age to the present day.
Community leaders have chosen the organisation which will provide activities for the young people of a Suffolk market town as part of a £60,000-plus youth project.
Suffolk-based winter maintenance specialist Ice Watch has won a contract worth £500,000 to carry out gritting and snow clearing services for Yorkshire Water.
A teenage girl who died after suffering from severe asthma has left an extraordinary legacy - with her donated organs saving the lives of five people, including that of a boy her own age.
Nearly 20 people are understood to have been made redundant when John Woods Nurseries went into administration earlier this month.
An evening of remembrance is being held in Lower Hatcheston next week for families who have lost children and relatives.
A Suffolk-based horticultural wholesale business with a history stretching back nearly 180 years has gone into administration.
Concern is growing for an 18-year-old woman who left her home to go to school this morning but did not arrive.
Suffolk-based housebuilder Hopkins Homes has now achieved a hat-trick of national awards for its restoration and conversion of a Victorian listed building in Norfolk.
The Ipswich branch of the Salvation Army marked its 131st anniversary with a dedicated weekend of celebrations.
A predicted combination of high spring tides and strong winds from the north-west later this week has sparked a warning of potential flooding in coastal Suffolk.
Pupils at Reydon Primary School can now be seen and be safe when out on school trips this winter after a donation of 90 high visibility vests.
Emergency services are to meet today to discuss how they would handle a storm surge should it hit the East Anglian coast later in the week.
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