Three GP practices are planning to move into a joint, purpose-built hub in the north-west of the town.
A joint performance by three choirs raised £1,400 for the My WiSH Charity and the Royal British Legion.
A woman has uncovered surprising new information on her birth father’s life after she appealed to SuffolkNews readers.
A celebrated lecture by the writer M. R. James on the Abbey of St Edmund is to be restaged for its 90th anniversary.
A father and son charged with murder in connection with the death of a man last June reiterated their not guilty plea in court today.
A young golfer's efforts to fundraise for a cancer unit has received a £1,000 from a local housebuilder.
Police are appealing to the public to help trace a man missing since Saturday evening.
Police arrested a man on suspicion of attempted murder and assault this morning.
On Saturday evening, the community came together for a show of solidarity with Ukraine.
Local churches joined the World Day of Prayer on March 4, uniting congregants with worshippers from around the globe in a simultaneous service.
The chair of a hockey club recently presented a cheque repaying a ground-breaking loan from two decades ago.
Tractor enthusiasts from Suffolk and across England competed in an annual event.
To mark International Women's Day, Bannatyne health club has announced a 91-year-old member as its 'Woman of the Year'.
A resident is organising a fun run to raise awareness around street harassment, with proceeds donated to the local branch of Women’s Aid.
A man has pleaded guilty to causing serious injury by dangerous driving after leaving a girl with a fractured skull.
Investigators have launched an appeal for information following an assault.
The public is being invited to a candle-lit vigil for Ukraine on Saturday.
The UK's second ever Food Waste Action Week kicks off today.
A hospice has announced that it will be staging its postponed fundraising dip on Easter Sunday.
Two organisations have announced a partnership to improve the health services they offer locally.