A company which makes handmade novelty teapots has seen a boom in sales during lockdown.
The hospital's chief operating officer spoke about backlogs in cancer diagnosis at a board meeting last week.
A bookshop owner has let an illustrator have a whale of time on the store's window to celebrate a new book about plastic waste in our oceans.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a dog jumped up at a child and bit them.
A 21-year-old man has been sentenced to prison after causing death by dangerous driving at speeds of around 100mph.
The man was jailed for three years on Tuesday for supplying Class A and Class B drugs.
Proposals to increase the number of homes planned have been deferred so that options for a play area can be assessed.
Two best friends who are both leg amputees and taken on a virtual walking challenge have been offered a chance to visit one of their walks in Canada.
A music mentoring enterprise for challenged young people has used the three lockdowns to change the way it will work in the future.
The general manager said he was shocked after its online Mother’s Day competition was targeted by scammers just three hours after going live.
Work on a new sixth form centre at a village high school, with just under £3million worth of funding, has been completed this month.
Patients at West Suffolk Hospitals now have access to a wider range of free entertainment services to make their stay more comfortable.
Councillors clashed on Tuesday night as budget and tax setting for 2021/22 were approved.
A pair of childhood sweethearts were among three neighbours who scooped a combined total of £90,000 in the Postcode Lottery.
A fund-raiser was surprised by her daughter with a card of gratitude from the Lord Lieutenant for her ‘outstanding service to the community’.
A pair of motorbikes have been taken and police are hoping someone can help trace their whereabouts.
A Suffolk potter's dream of making it to the next round of the Great Pottery Throw Down have been dashed after a up and down episode for him.
Keepers at two of the region’s top zoos have found an increase in animal species.
64-year-olds are to be called up this week for their vaccinations and 65 to 69-year-olds are being urged to take up their jab invitations too.
Two fire crews were called to a 'heavily smoke logged' property fire earlier this morning.