April 1 2015 Latest news:
Old school pals enjoyed an evening of fun and laughter as they looked back to their days in the playground and classroom in the late 1950s and 1960s.
Eggs – chocolate and real ones – were on everyone’s minds as a library held a family event to mark the Easter season.
Characters from some of the best-loved children’s films were recreated in a tour de force of extravagant hairdressing.
More than 100 young people got the chance to put on a show at a professional concert hall in Bury St Edmunds.
A top naturalist and TV presenter really got to the art of the matter in his fight against illegal bird and animal persecution - and used a Constable masterpiece to make his point
The promenade at Felixstowe was busy today as families made the most of the first official day of the Easter holidays.
Bury Town were officially relegated from the Ryman Premier Division, after conceding two late goals to a much-improved Grays Athletic at Ram Meadow on Saturday afternoon.
It was a good Saturday for the home side as they moved up into fifth place with this win as two of the sides above them dropped points.
Woodbridge Town enjoyed their biggest win of the season with a confident and competent performance against Braintree Town Reserves.
Needham Market’s lead at the top of the Ryman North Division was cut to just two points on Saturday as the Suffolk side fell to a 1-0 defeat at Heybridge Swifts.
Lambs, puppies, piglets... even a goat is about to kid. It’s all happening at Potsford Farm, near Wickham Market.
Ipswich dancing star Robin Windsor is ready to return and win Strictly Come Dancing after a ‘miracle’ recovery from back surgery, which ruled him out of the last series.
It was a classic example of the benefits of being out in the natural environment – a discovery day event in Thetford Forest in which John Grant discovered some of the many things that make the forest such a key regional asset
A Suffolk heritage railway museum have been making the finishing touches ahead of the first event of a busy programme in 2015.
Competitors braved the dismal morning weather today to take part in the Colchester Half Marathon.
The last day of term came with added excitement at one Suffolk school, where pupils lined up to show off their finest festive headgear for the annual Easter bonnet parade.
A series of services were held to mark 70 years since Operation Varsity, the largest airborne landing in the Second World War.
Dozens of toddlers have helped an Ipswich pre-school raise funds to improve its outdoor play area – by taking part in a ‘Bunny Bounce’ challenge.
An award-winning wildlife photographer will be giving an illustrated talk on his craft to a group of like-minded enthusiasts.
A Suffolk high school has kept in tune after visits from two musical guests.