In today's podcast, we have the news that the body of a woman in her 90s has been found in the River Brett.
Small businesses are supporting each other’s growth and sharing ideas at networking coffee mornings and breakfasts.
Visitors to a town museum will be able to enjoy a beer as a popular festival returns for a landmark anniversary.
Pubs giant and brewery Greene King has released a report about the careers available to work at Suffolk pubs as it plans to boost apprenticeships.
Homeware and garden furniture retailer The Range is set to open a distribution centre at a new business park in a multi-million pound deal.
After some controversy, an art project will be installed on a roundabout after winning planning permission.
A performance of ‘swashbuckling action’ has impressed pupils at a Suffolk school.
As Pride Month 2022 comes to a close, an art studio is exhibiting work by those within the LGBTQ+ community and their allies.
Funding has been agreed for a proposed facility which includes a wellbeing hub, 4G football pitch and sports pavilion.
A medicine wheel garden has been installed that hopes to counter rural loneliness and isolation.
Emerging bands, singers, duos and musicians are being given the chance to play a live show at an iconic, popular music venue.
A new exhibition has been opened to the public as of today.
An artist has raffled a hand-designed guitar and hosted a live music event to raise funds for a small charity.
Rag’n’Bone Man performed hits including Human, All You Ever Wanted and Giant.
With hit songs like Run For Home and Meet Me On The Corner, Lindisfarne are getting ready for a summer full of shows.
A family is over the moon after their cat which went missing in December 2020 returned home.
A personal archive which belonged to DJ John Peel made thousands of pounds at auction.
A museum is making finishing touches before launching a year-long exhibition that explores and celebrates hedgerows.
A Government scheme has provided funding for the installation of a new steel bridge featuring lifts to improve accessibility.
Forty conservation groups will be coming together to develop new ideas on how to support and develop biodiversity in Suffolk.