A menopause yoga teacher is set to launch her own workshops aimed at women aged 40 and over.
Fly-tippers dumped uPVC doors and windows along a rural road, with a council urging anyone who may know those responsible to come forward.
A popular annual charity music event, organised in memory of a well-known 21-year-old Suffolk man, will finally return this summer.
Suffolk County Council is seeking the public’s views on plans to redesign a key route, to improve the accessibility to both cyclists and pedestrians.
The owner of a beleaguered business is seeking legal advice, after administrators took control of the premises after a sale agreement collapsed.
Following a rollercoaster four days in hospital, 66-year-old Thomas Ryan returned home with renewed determination to help others battling cancer.
The vast restoration of an overgrown community meadow has at last come to fruition, after volunteers persevered to see the project through.
Fears over potential foul odours and health concerns have been aired by a rural care facility, in response to a farm’s plans for a slurry container.
Options for a sports facility’s long-term future are being explored as part of a new consultation, with users hopeful that community use can continue.
An independent retailer and community interest company is facing imminent threat to its future as the effects of the Covid-19 crisis take their toll.
The care home is participating in a virtual reality pilot scheme, aimed at improving the emotional wellbeing and cognitive functions of older people.
An art gallery with subject matter unlike any other is set to open its doors, after the owner’s search for edgy artwork inspired her new venture.
Turbulent times at a historic Suffolk silk-making business are set to continue, after its premises were repossessed by administrators this week.
An at-risk post office has been offered a potential lifeline from a soon-to-expand bakery business, which has proposed a new franchise partnership.
Stafford Straker, 41, was convicted of more than a dozen offences over a two-month period with the items stolen totalling over £1,400.
An offender gained entry into a block of flats on Sunday morning and placed paper through the letterbox of a resident, having set fire to it.
The journey of Queen Elizabeth I through East Anglia in the late 16th century will be brought to life through a new virtual reality education project.
An arts and crafts exhibition has provided a welcome boost to a project to make a village church more accessible to people with disabilities.
A consultation is launching next week on the second residential phase of the Chilton Woods development, comprising 243 homes.
A major evolution has been set out by a long-running social enterprise, which has emerged from Covid-19 uncertainty with ambitious growth plans.