An LA detective has revealed new evidence about the death of Marilyn Monroe after he secured the help of a Suffolk-based writer to tell his story.
She was a child bride who had outlived three husbands by 26, but Elizabeth de Burgh then proved herself to be a woman way ahead of her time.
A BAFTA-winning Suffolk film-maker is on a mission to bring the art of mindfulness into the county's schools.
On the 60th anniversary of the Suffolk Wildlife Trust, chief executive Christina Luxton reflects on the wildlife that is slipping away in our county.
The work of hundreds of Suffolk people who give hours of their time to help others has been recognised with the highest award for voluntary service.
Every object tells a story... and the National Trust has more than a million to choose from.
In the heart of the Stour valley lies a deep, dark, allegedly bottomless lake... the source of a sinister legend that dates back hundreds of years.
Everyone has spring cleaning on their minds and professional declutterer Elizabeth Wickes is here with her top tips for the occasion.
Suffolk’s new High Sheriff is taking on the role ready to uphold a long-established tradition of serving the community.
Cartoonist Barrie Appleby reflects on his long career animating Beano and Dandy characters such as Dennis the Menace, Roger the Dodger and Gnasher.
For 20 years residents of one Suffolk village had more reason than most to keep their wits about them on April 1.
With it being Census Day tomorrow, we take a look back at what life in Suffolk was like 50 years ago.
Census day 2021 is just around the corner. But what was life like when Suffolk householders filled in their census forms a century ago?
Few could claim that art has taken them on tour with the Rolling Stones - but James Wilkinson is one of those who can.
Sir Ben Ainslie is leading the UK's assault to win the coveted America's Cup. But Suffolk has eyes on another sailor.
As the country faces its first locked-down February 14, we take a look back at how the tradition of Valentine's Day started.
The colourful life of Duchess Elizabeth Chudleigh wouldn’t be out of place amid the high society scandals of Netflix hit Bridgerton.
Death in Paradise was one of the most popular programmes on television and the show can trace its heritage all the way back to Suffolk.
With Netflix having released its new film 'The Dig' today, we take a look at the amazing story of the discovery of Sutton Hoo and those behind it.
For almost 15 years the Wright family, which owns Suffolk chocolatier Marimba, has lived and breathed chocolate.