April 23 2014 Latest news:
Drugs, bullying and a prison population crisis are being blamed for the number of Hollesley Bay inmates going on the run almost doubling in the past three years.
Police are still searching for a teenage boy who ran off from a food outlet at Copdock on Maundy Thursday.
A fundraising campaign to enhance facilities for patients with dementia while they are staying on the acute wards at West Suffolk Hospital has struck a chord with local people.
A council boss has admitted that a “rapidly-growing” town has outgrown its sports facilities – as it searches for a major site where a new leisure centre and football club could be based.
Activity holidays firm Center Parcs has had one of its adverts banned for encouraging parents to take their children out of school during term time.
A Co-op supermarket that closed last month in the face of competition from a new Tesco that opened a few feet away from it has been converted into a new office for the company’s funeral service.
The close result in last week’s county council leadership battle has left both sides licking their wounds and trying to work out where it leaves the authority.
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Trainer Charlie Hills is hoping for a winning run today just 72 hours after helping raise thousands of pounds for Racing Welfare by completing the London Marathon.
Rail services may be cancelled, delayed or revised at short notice after a person was hit by a train earlier today.