Equality is about to hit Clare’s high street with a ladies beauty salon making way for a men’s.
Two officers are to receive Police Bravery Awards for saving the life of a man who was threatening to throw himself under a train in Bury St Edmunds last year.
Police are seeking a named suspect after a man was wounded at the Greengage pub in Bury St Edmunds on Sunday.
Councillors want six months to consider alternatives to the proposed closure of two Suffolk magistrates’ courts before a final decision is made.
Train services at Needham Market have been cancelled due to the discovery of a body on the line.
A woman whose severely disabled daughter was asked to attend a benefits interview, despite being unable to talk, is campaigning for a national register for people with lifelong disabilities.
A public consultation on the draft development brief for Barrow’s final Rural Vision 2031 allocation of homes will come to an end next Sunday (October 11).
Multiple fire crews tackled a building fire in Bury St Edmunds on Tuesday.
A controversial planning application for a wind turbine near Haverhill’s Ladygate Wood has lost at appeal - because it did not have the support of local people.
Tributes have been pouring in for a senior Church of England clergyman who served Suffolk for three decades.
What I knew about archery prior to visiting Explore 4x4 at its new home in Elveden was based on scenes from films like Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves.
Singer Lee Mead charmed the socks off a near sell-out crowd at The Apex in Bury St Edmunds on Saturday.
A Brandon firm has created a short, hard-hitting video to be screened in Bury St Edmunds next month during a conference on coercive control - a new domestic abuse offence.
Employees at Greene King’s head office and brewery in Bury St Edmunds have raised more than £600 for their charity partner, Macmillan Cancer Support, by holding a World’s Biggest Coffee Morning.
A man found dead at his home in Needham Market last year took his own life, an inquest has heard.
Councillors have given support to a scheme which will see West Suffolk residents charged between £35 and £50 a year for their brown bins.
A routine shopping trip turned into a terrifying ordeal for one Bardwell family when Ashley Ruffles had a seizure while driving and began veering into oncoming traffic.
‘Proper’ hamburgers will be available for free in Bury St Edmunds tomorrow.
A woman from Bury St Edmunds has turned her fascination with Japanese culture into a quirky fund-raising idea.
Lavenham’s St Peter and St Paul Church is facing a hefty £150,000 bill after metal thieves ripped seven tonnes of lead from its roof.