West Suffolk Council has apologised and pledged to help secure new locations after mistakenly mowing flowers planted by local group.
On the podcast is the news that a suspected case of foot and mouth disease is being investigated at a pig farm near Suffolk.
Bishop Martin Seeley explains why he joined 24 other bishops in writing an open letter opposing the scheme.
Fund-raising to help a 'mum-in-a-million' recover from life-threatening sepsis is halfway to its target.
Rail services are set to be extremely limited on Saturday with disruption continuing into Sunday, Greater Anglia has warned.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridgeshire have paid a visit to a Suffolk town as part of a day of celebrations.
Also in today's podcast, exhibition showcases new ideas for town and Tractor Boy's fixtures released for new season.
Several Suffolk businesses have been named amongst the best in the region by an awards scheme.
In today's podcast, a resident who lives near a former department store has complained of the disruption to his daily life caused by the works there.
Taxi drivers in West Suffolk are being consulted on proposals to increase their fees and charges.
A 29-year-old man who is wanted on recall to prison could be in Suffolk.
Rider confident West Row-based club will be able to avenge early-season defeat.
This weekend's race in Scotland will see the talented racer go up against the likes of Mark Cavendish and two-time defending champion Ben Swift.
Italian jockey loses rides on Clarehaven horses after tough Royal Ascot.
A former teacher has written a memoir about her younger son to highlight the positive influence he had.
Emerging bands, singers, duos and musicians are being given the chance to play a live show at an iconic, popular music venue.
In today's nostalgia we go back to 1972 when an unusual drum with a will written on the parchment ends was given to a military museum.