Columnist Camille Berriman decides against introducing a plastic elf to the growing list of family festive traditions.
Five people have been jailed for a total of more than 50 years after torturing a man in a Suffolk town.
A range of locally produced gifts, crafts, food and drink will be showcased at West Suffolk’s Winter Makers Markets.
Calls for increased enforcement of 20mph speed limits in Suffolk have been made by councillors.
Over 1,000 trees are to be planted in various locations around Suffolk this winter.
In the podcast, we have the news of concerns that delays caused by the closure of a bridge could be a 'case of life and death'.
A book detailing the highs and lows of a band and has been released, with a percentage of the profits going towards Cancer Research UK.
Over thirty reports of spiking were made in Suffolk last month with half allegedly being spiked via injection, police have confirmed.
There is still time to donate to a charity's appeal to help ensure children and families have a magical Christmas.
About 30 new jobs could be created under plans for an animal feed mill in a Suffolk town.
Join in and sing along with a chorus of cooks this Christmas
Jacob Ford takes his Bury St Edmunds into this weekend's home game with the joint leaders accepting they are far from the finished article yet.
Trevor Collins will not let standards slip as he looks to maintain Walsham-le-Willows' strong start in a bid for a club record high finish.
Martin Lambert gives his thoughts on a disappointing performance against the bottom side but also a player who caught his eye and the 'wow goal'.
Pantomime has returned to a town theatre after a two year intermission - read our review here.
In Novembers music column, Paul explores a wealth of new releases and remastered classics, some with a festive twist.
A festival of music and entertainment has been cancelled for the third year in a row as a council seeks to prioritise a venue's programme of events.