Aldeburgh news

Glorious Fodder was among the new food producers at the Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival in 2014.

Two organisations are set to co-host a start-up marquee at the Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival on September 26 and 27.

Ed Sheeran with his awards for Best British Male Solo Artist and British Album of the Year at the 2015 Brit Awards at the O2 Arena, London. Photo: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

Even though he’s currently touring the world, Suffolk superstar Ed Sheeran still misses the taste of home.

Framlingham news

The Orwell District Scouts St George's Day open air service by the Leisure Centre in Felixstowe on Sunday

Scouts and Guides proudly raised their flags and paraded through Suffolk towns to mark St George’s Day.

Robert Everitt
Mark Donsworth, owner of agricultural specialist MDT, at the opening of his new store in Framlingham with Sir Jim Paice

Agricultural parts retailer MDT has opened a new depot in Framlingham, with the help of former Farming Minister Sir Jim Paice, who is originally from the town.

Leiston news

Angel Hall, missing 14-year-old girl from Leiston

A teenager from east Suffolk who was reported missing yesterday morning has been found safe and well.

Leiston and District Swimming Club relay teams

A swimming club sent 27 members to a county-wide championship – with more finalists than ever before.

Saxmundham news

Crash on the A12 at Saxmundham.

The A12 has reopened in the southbound direction at Saxmundham following a two-vehicle crash.

Police called to crash outside school.

A car crashed into railings outside Peasenhall Primary School this morning.

Wickham Market news

Julie Myerson

It was World Book Night this week. We asked some of our favourite local authors for the three books they’d most want on a desert island. Would you choose the ones they did?

Folk festival patrons’ award success

Thursday, April 23, 2015
The Young 'Uns

A Suffolk festival’s first patrons have scooped a live performance award ahead of their appearance at this year’s event.

Woodbridge news

I The Fox and Goose pub in Fressingfield

Created in 1983 and amended twice in boundary reviews, Central Suffolk and North Ipswich is a hybrid seat that joins some of the most deprived parts of Ipswich to some of the most affluent towns and farmland in the county, says Paul Geater, political writer.

The Revd Martin Dawes with his model train lay out at Woodbridge Methodist Church during the Toy and Model Train Show.

The pews were transformed into platforms and hymn sheets were discarded in favour of timetables as a church was transformed into a model railway network.

Halesworth news

Southwold news

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Tom Nicholson/REX (4691168ac)
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Latitude Festival the famous multi-coloured sheep travelled all the way from Suffolk to London to perform with dancers, Shaun Dillon and Kim Collins, in front of Sadler's Wells. Latitude is the UK's largest multi-arts festival and for the eight year running Sadler's Wells, the UK's leading dance house, will present a world class dance programme at the festival from 16th-19th July, in the stunning grounds of Henham Park.
10th anniversary of Latitude Festival at Sadler's Wells, London, Britain - 21 Apr 2015

From theatre hatched in Cornish barns to a world famous comic and William Blake infused hip-hop Latitude Festival’s arts line up is brimming with talent.

United Kingdom
Simon Tobin

A parliamentary candidate whose firm went into liquidation owing almost £500,000 has today described the experience as one of the worst moments of his life.

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