A former soldier who got into a row with neighbours after he bought a Doberman Pinscher has been handed a suspended prison sentence.
A family-owned logistics firm has been bought by a Canadian warehousing giant for an undisclosed sum.
Shoppers and customers who 'share what they love' about Bury St Edmunds could be in with a chance of winning a prize.
A delighted Suffolk care home resident was thrilled to receive a special message from her all-time favourite singer.
An exclusive private members club has elected a female chair for the first time in its 75 year history.
Folk-rock duo The Proclaimers are to headline a charity concert in memory of a Suffolk teenager.
A therapist is hoping to boost people’s health and wellbeing using a technique dating back to the ancient Egyptians.
Property and estate managers have been appointed for a new giant business, logistics and innovation park - based in Suffolk.
West Suffolk homeowners will see their council tax rise by up to £11.52 after the district council set its annual budget last night.
A man, described as a 'key perpetrator' in a county lines drug business, has been jailed for more than four years.
A drug dealer who ran a county lines drug business from a Suffolk hotel room has been jailed for seven years.
A revised planning application has been submitted for town centre flats, built next to a pub, after changes were made without permission.
A new restaurant has opened in a Suffolk town offering fresh and home-cooked dishes from across Italy.
A building society has donated £2,000 to two town charities to celebrate the opening of its new branch.
The boss of a town business support organisation has called on shoppers to have 'patience' while shops and restaurants recover from pandemic.
Bosses at a prestigious golf resort have been left shocked after vandals drove a vehicle around the green on one of its two prestigious courses .
Regulars at a historic pub have been gripped by a new TV series and are flocking to their local to watch it.
The trial of a man accused of attempting to strangle a woman could take place in September.
"If a message could reach the family of Baby S, I imagine it would be: 'Please tell me what I can do to help'."
The new chair of NFU Suffolk believes the county’s farmers are in good shape to tackle industry challenges.