An art gallery in Bury St Edmunds threatened with losing all its council funding in the next two years is setting its sights on a new home.
Looking for the perfect outfit for your wedding day? A Mildenhall charity shop may be able to help, following a staggering donation of stock from a local bridal boutique.
Residents in Red Lodge are celebrating the reopening of a ‘greatly missed’ playground as parish councillors prepare to take its maintenance into their own hands.
An under-fire mental health trust operating in Norfolk and Suffolk has been placed into special measures following a critical report from watchdogs.
Dozens of patients have been forced to queue for hours at a time for blood tests at West Suffolk Hospital due to a staff shortage.
A generous Thetford mother is helping those in need in her community by collecting people’s unwanted items - and giving them away for free.
Forest Heath’s residents are being encouraged to be more ‘self-reliant’ as the district council prepares to make £1.1 million of cuts next year.
A number of schools in West Suffolk have been successful in their bids for a slice of £6 millon of Government funding to rebuild and improve the country’s schools.
From humble beginnings as a stable-hand more than 40 years ago, a Thetford stallion keeper has made it to the final three in a prestigious national equestrian competition.
Two entrepreneurs who took a ‘leap of faith’ to come off benefits and start their own company have achieved their goal in just one year.
Councillors in Bury St Edmunds have released more detailed plans to plug a £1.5 million budget gap in 2015/16.
An under-fire mental health trust is being threatened with special measures after healthcare watchdogs found serious failings in patient safety and staff morale.
An army veteran from Thetford struggling with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) has found solace in a former hobby - sailing.
A freelance photographer from Red Lodge has been recognised for his contribution to the industry - snapping up an award from a prestigious European organisation.
A Mildenhall grandmother who set up a charity to help disadvantaged young people and adults has been honoured with a national award.
A shared military and civilian use for the soon-to-close RAF Mildenhall could be on the cards, a Government action group meeting has heard.
The death of a beloved cat in Bury St Edmunds who ‘captured the hearts’ of residents has caused widespread grief on his home estate.
A community is rallying to help a Brandon pensioner who has been living in the cold for seven weeks - after a housing association cut off his heating.
A 93-year-old man has been left without a phone or internet connection after his line was spontaneously disconnected.
For anyone who dreams of owning a piece of military history in the Suffolk countryside, the perfect property has just come on the market.