A master saddler has won a top award at this year's Society of Master Saddlers' national competition.
A councillor has called for plans to build 50 homes to be replaced by plans for a sport and recreation centre.
Our tourism minister has been spending some time being put through his paces in town.
Waitrose officially unveils new look after multi-million pound makeover.
Scholarships set up in the name of world war two codebreaker Bill Tutte have been awarded to three promising students.
A philanthropist's treasures, including a limited edition statue are to be auctioned off next week.
Jockey Ray Dawson said it would be incredible if he could continue his recent life transformation with a Group 1 race success on Saturday
3,000 visitors have flocked to a prestigious open weekend which has been hailed as the most successful edition since 2012.
The Princess Royal was in Suffolk this week for the launch of an appeal to fund a new airbase for emergency flying doctor service, Magpas.
A decision over the continued use of a sports pavilion by a newly-promoted cricket club has been delayed until the end of the month.
Racing yards, and a host of other equine attractions, are getting ready to welcome visitors back for the popular Henry Cecil open weekend.
A family has called for greater support after suffering a double tragedy.
Thousands expected to attend eagerly anticipated return of food and drink festival.
A historic building in the centre of one Suffolk town is being looked at as a potential site for a long awaited new cinema.
More than 180 riders have taken part in an annual Heath Ride for charity.
A pensioner has been jailed for the rape of a vulnerable teenage girl.
A retired firefighter has recalled the day he caught Derby winner, Shergar, after the colt got loose and ran on to a country road 40 years ago.
Trains using the Ipswich to Peterborough line could be stopping at a new station from December.
Trains travelling from Suffolk to Cambridgeshire could be making a new stop at a town from December for the first time in more than half a century.
The contents of Exning's Landwade Hall, the former home of philanthropist Simon Gibson, who died earlier this year, are to be sold at auction.