Woodbridge swimmer Philip Nicholls was aiming for a personal best when he travelled up to Sheffield for last week’s Special Olympics - but returned home with two gold medals.
A new Rural Coffee Caravan will soon be back out on the road supporting communities following the success of a £25,000 fundraising campaign.
The announcement was made by wife Sandy Ruddock, who described him as a “huge character” who “swept everyone along on a wave of enthusiasm and goodwill”. He died on July 20 after a heart attack. He was 57.
The Aldeburgh lifeboat was launched yesterday after a yacht with two people onboard got into difficulty south of the Suffolk coastal town.
Mark Morsley has finished managing to become Needham Market chairman. Having led Needham, Leiston and Sudbury in the dugout with some distinction, he reveals his best-ever XI.
Pupils at Melton Primary School were treated to a spectacular stargazing experience when the UK’s largest inflatable planetarium came to the school.
Ed Sheeran is set to hit the BBC Radio Four airwaves as the first castaway of the new series of Desert Island Discs in May.
Leiston manager Glenn Driver had few complaints after watching the Blues slip to their second successive defeat in the Ryman Premier, 2-0 at Billericay Town.
The final month of the Ryman Premier season promises to be one of the most exciting and dramatic in the history of Suffolk football.
Suffolk’s unsung heroes, community stalwarts and charitable organisations were recognised for the work they do in Suffolk at this year’s High Sheriff’s Awards.
Leiston hitman Matt Blake has followed his heart and not his pocket, after turning down a big-money move to Ryman Premier Division rivals, Billericay Town.
Suffolk’s Mervyn King, Stephen Burton and Ryan Meikle have qualified for the HappyBet German Darts Championship, which will be played later this month.
Ryan Meikle is loving life at the moment, having made his PDC Coral UK Open debut at the weekend.
The first lamb of the year at the National Trust’s Sutton Hoo site was born in the blustery early hours of this morning - and there was only one name that instantly came to mind.
His rise from singing Suffolk schoolboy to international sensation has been charted around the world – and now there must be very few people who have not heard of Ed Sheeran.
A former Ipswich and England hockey player, who also captained Suffolk County Ladies’ golf team, passed away just before Christmas.
A few years ago, I was strolling through Framlingham with Tom, one of my children, writes Terry Hunt, editor-in-chief of the EADT and Ipswich Star.
Last week an American girl came to work in our office, writes working mum-of-three Ellen Widdup.
Suffolk singer Ed Sheeran has made chart history by becoming the first artist to be numbers one and two in the chart simultaneously with his two new singles.
A £1.2million major upgrade of Framlingham Castle to improve its visitor experience and public exhibitions has been announced.
Five students at an independent school in east Suffolk could be playing hockey for their country after been selected for a prestigious assessment camp.
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