An award-winning poet from Suffolk has published a new book of his works – one that includes a poem that earned praise from Sir Ian Rankin.
A Suffolk mum-of-two and full-time carer with a rare, life-threatening condition is using her art to find hope and to give hope to others.
A Suffolk town paid its respects to those who lost their lives in the Falklands War on the 40th anniversary of its ending.
All four tyres were slashed on a car parked at the rear of a home in a Suffolk town.
An ‘enormous void’ has been left in many people's lives after the sudden death of a much-loved Suffolk man.
A disused community pub in a Suffolk town failed to sell at auction last week, but interest from potential buyers is still there.
A man from Suffolk has won an all-expenses paid trip to Las Vegas to compete for the title of the UK's best pub poker player
A Second World War veteran from Suffolk has returned to the barn in France where his life was saved almost 80 years ago.
A drugs raid at a Suffolk property resulted in a man being arrested and cannabis and cash being confiscated.
An elderly fox with a strong Suffolk accent and a BBC presenter are combining for a unique show in a Suffolk town.
After more than 2,000 games of Friday night football in almost 50 years the full-time whistle has now gone for a 79-year-old player from Suffolk.
A Suffolk primary school has combined the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee with its very own special birthday.
A week of activities, including a military vehicle convoy, gets under way in a Suffolk town on Saturday for Armed Forces Week.
Back in 2012, despite a number of Olympic Torches appearing on eBay, one town's torch bearers planned to hold on to theirs.
A Suffolk tiler has come second in a national poll to find ‘Britain’s Best Small Business Names’.
The appearance of a swastika and other racist graffiti on a wall near a Suffolk schoolhas prompted a police appeal for information.
A 24/7 fund-raiser that will take just shy of six weeks to complete is being undertaken in memory of a Suffolk man.
The organisers of a Suffolk town's major free event has announced a new main sponsor, but said more businesses are welcome to get involved.
The lack of a safe drop-off point near a primary school due to be built as part of a 1,100 home development have been criticised.
The opening of a nature reserve near the Suffolk and Essex border was marked by a group of children when they completed a sponsored ‘Dinosaur Walk’ .