Proceeds of Crime Act hearing told fraudster has no assets.
TV presenter Neil Oliver tells us about his childish excitement about things and why history doesn’t have to be dry and dusty.
A holiday to Cyprus made Gemma Simmonite realise that love is the most important ingredient in any dish.
Planning committee deferred a decision on the application for the site off Wetherden Road at the beginning of August.
Another man suffered a serious head injury and is still in hospital in a stable condition.
Problems around parking and roadworks could mar Bury's future as a visitor venue
Glasswells continues project to transform its Bury St Edmunds department store.
Anthony Bates was sentenced to four months in a young offenders institute suspended for two years.
The officer had found her naked from the waist down and was trying to cover her with a blanket.
Police investigate possibility incidents are linked.
Stowmarket's Jam Community Pot decided to mark National Afternoon Tea Week with a new venture and it proved so popular they will do it again.
She was located in Brandon yesterday evening.
The latest addition to the Mid Suffolk Light Railway collection has been unveiled by a ex-director of the company that made it.
A 27-year-old man was due to appear in court today in connection with a burglary in Bury St Edmunds on Saturday.
Mourad Belarbi, of Lake Avenue, Bury St Edmunds, has admitted manslaughter of Geoffrey Caton, 57.
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The National Citizen Service programme saw students around Suffolk volunteering for their chosen charities.
Condition is caused by an allergy to fungal spores from inadequately dried straw, hay and grain.
Senior Suffolk Coroner Nigel Parsley records a narrative conclusion.
Cash, jewellery and tobacco were stolen and a man suffered a minor cut to his arm.