Police are trying to track down a Suffolk man who is wanted for aggravated bodily harm offences and theft.
Though St Edmund’s Day may not be this year, one Bury St Edmunds business is shaking up celebrations on Friday with a new cocktail.
He competed against 28 regional finalists to scoop the UK prize.
Police are hoping the public can help them with the incident.
Police are warning people who are selling their motorcycles to be vigilant after a number of thefts.
Solicitors Rudlings Wakelam explain co-parenting.
A fly-tipping landlord who disposed of renovation waste in a residential car park has been caught by Breckland Council.
The joint local plan finalised between the two councils will pave the way for housing growth, employment, and thriving communities up until 2037
Residents at three care homes have picked up their pencils and gone back to the drawing board for The Big Draw Festival 2020.
A marathon-running fundraiser has started a Christmas hamper appeal for those she described as the 'lost generation' of lockdown.
The funeral of Simon Dobbin, who was attacked by a gang of football hooligans in 2015, saw hundreds of people line the streets of his hometown.
The cathedral has launched a competition to build a LEGO model of St Edmund to mark St Edmund’s Day.
A statue of Thomas Paine is being give a new lease of life this week in a £4,875 regilding project.
The museum is offering free access to its grounds for the local community during lockdown to take part in a fitness challenge.
The choir's director hopes the remembrance song that part of her group released online will be a fitting tribute this week.
A familiar face has returned to estate agency after opening his own community minded business.
The council is ensuring that remembrance events will still go ahead in a Covid-19 safe way and are urging the community to ‘Remember Them.’
Outdoor gyms and skate parks have been closed across Suffolk following the start of the national lockdown.
The site, in the UK’s largest man made lowland forest, is a popular destination for walking and cycling.
Some 92 years after it was first offered for sale to the Forestry England, the Croxton Estate has now been bought.