A primary school welcomed its pupils back with a bang last week by setting up a science week.
Fundraisers across Suffolk are set to Race for Life at Home and carry on the fight against cancer as the nation looks beyond lockdown.
A female van driver who illegally dumped waste at a former fly-tipping hotspot has been fined £300 by the council.
Food and drink businesses have been offered a new partnership with major food service company.
A new service offering supported accommodation with personalised healthcare to people who have previously been rough sleeping is set to be launched.
Residents are being warned to be vigilant after a pair of burglars were found inside a property then claimed to be police officers.
The police has shown this week what could happen to offender's vehicles if they are caught hare-coursing.
The company behind an £8 million project to build a full fibre broadband network has said its work is now back on track.
The production manager for the festival says he is ‘elated’ to be bringing the event back to a live audience in August.
The daughter of a woman who died in hospital after a crash has thanked well-wishers and spoken of her anguish at her mum’s death.
Police are investigating an assault on a teenage shop worker which left him with a broken nose and concussion.
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.