Two day trade show celebrates new look overhaul.
New Anglia LEP chairman joins first Council at 10 Downing Street to discuss the way forward for businesses
Staff treated to an evening at the theatre to celebrate anniversary.
Pascal Hepp Stronza was seen with kitchen knife in his trouser pocket as he left the Spar store at St Olaves Parade.
Ross Leeks had been on trial at Ipswich Crown Court.
A 'service of reflection and hope' will be held at St Edmundsbury Cathedral on Sunday for Action Mesothelioma Day.
The A14 eastbound will be closed from 8pm tonight to 6am tomorrow (Thursday) near Stowmarket for emergency bridge repairs.
Bury St Edmunds marketing agency director wins Institute of Directors award in the East
Dragon Fest draws thousands to West Stow Anglo Saxon Village and Country park
First careers strategy between schools and business at West Suffolk College to help drive forward new national policy
Jack Wilkes, 24, of RAF Brize Norton, appears at Ipswich Crown Court today ahead of sentencing next month
County STEM school is asking youngsters aged 10-18 to design its new logo
Young butcher from Thurston wins three gold awards for his sausage making
'Jack of all trades' Gyles leaves Theatre Royal audience wanting more
Joseph Dobbyn, a student at King Edward VI School, in Bury St Edmunds, writes about the wider costs of following the latest fashions.
The public will have a rare chance to see a spectacular 1.5 acre garden at Fornham St Genevieve on Sunday.
Rocky Barnes, 45, has been jailed for 12 years.
Six local bands play to raise funds for Riverwalk School's Rebound Therapy programme, which was supported by teacher who died in skydiving accident
Bury St Edmunds to run crazy soapbox challenge to raise funds for West Suffolk Hospital
Mid Suffolk and Babergh councillors to receive an allowance rise.