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A host of inspirational Suffolk and north Essex residents conquered the London Marathon today in conditions that certainly weren’t for the faint-hearted.
A 20-year campaign to breathe new life into the Woodbridge Waterfront reach an important milestone on Saturday, as town officials opened the new and improved Longshed building.
Hundreds of children from across Stowmarket and the surrounding villages came together over the Easter Holidays to celebrate the world of science.
An inspirational Ipswich woman is set to run the London Marathon tomorrow in aid of the charity that supported her through her own cancer journey.
The wife of an Ipswich man deliberately run over by their neighbour has said the offender showed no remorse in court.
Tributes have been paid to a greatly admired and long-standing Suffolk politican who passed away last week aged 63.
A man was taken to Addenbrooke’s Hospital via air ambulance following a serious crash on the A14 at Rougham.
Sunshine-lovers will be pleased to know the warm and dry weather is here to stay, find out which day will be the warmest here.
Locals authorities are preparing to crack down on homelessness in Babergh and Mid Suffolk as a new government act dedicated to cut down on rough sleeping comes into force this month.
Police officers across Suffolk and Essex are owed over 12,000 days in unclaimed rest time, as a high demand for staff continues to put a strain on resources.
A Suffolk bishop has questioned the UK’s recent military intervention in Syria, in a passionate statement that criticises hostile attitudes towards refugees.
A popular lawn bowls club in Stowmarket welcomed its very first visually impaired member at its open day last weekend.
A Stowmarket community group has raised over £2,000 for local and international causes by running two highly successful fundraising events.
A number of Stowmarket residents are set to dust off their running shoes tomorrow, as a local running club prepares to host the first of its annual summer trail runs for charity.
Police are appealing for information after a man was robbed at knifepoint on Ainslie Road.
Plans to divert a dangerous level crossing in Needham Market are above board, says a member of the design panel for the project.
Ipswich parkrunners are being offered special discounts on a range of activities in return for keeping fit, thanks to a new initiative run by the council.
A football linesman has died after going into cardiac arrest while officiating at an Ipswich and Suffolk Youth Football League match.
A number of cheerful residents were enjoying the daffodils in Nowton Park today as the first real signs of Spring finally began to blossom across the region.
A number of choirs from across West Suffolk did their communities proud last week when they teamed up to raise almost £1,500 for a local children’s ward.
A Stowmarket care home is opening its doors to the public next week for a rather royal event.
The people of Stowmarket have paid tribute to one of the town’s friendliest faces.
An Ipswich-based rockabilly band has launched a brand new single in support of a local campaign to tackle loneliness among older people.
Two inspiring nurses from Ipswich are gearing up for a challenge after deciding to run the London Marathon together – just days from their 30th birthdays.
Police are appealing for information after a woman in her 30s was attacked in Ipswich last night.
The owners of a “sweet and happy” Jack Russell cross have been left devastated after their dog was attacked and killed in an Ipswich park.
A balloon artist from Ipswich went out with a bang at a competition in America last month when he swiped two international awards for his sculpting skills.
Police have been called to the scene of a three-vehicle collision on the A1071 at Hadleigh.
A super Suffolk choir whose music has ranked in the charts alongside Ed Sheeran and Craig David is launching a brand new group in Stowmarket.
Residents of Needham Market have been invited to have their say on the future of former council headquarters in the town.