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Two Woodbridge brothers have been awarded this year’s Woodbridge Town Council Potter Community Cup.
An icy blast of snow and frost gripped parts of Suffolk and north Essex today – with temperatures due to plunge to -4C tonight.
Inspirational women brighten up our social media feeds every single day.
Find a new hobby, or rekindle an old one, this New Year with one of East Anglia’s most exciting and quirky clubs.
The second phase of the Riduna Park commercial development at Melton, near Woodbridge, has reached a key stage in its construction.
We all love sitting around the tree on Christmas morning exchanging gifts - but it’s not just about presents. There are so many ways to be charitable at Christmas, from giving your time and money to adopting a dormouse.
Ipswich Building Society has named Alan Harris as its new chairman, taking over from Sarah Evans who is to retire at the end of this month.
A huge reproduction of the Bayeux Tapestry – telling the story of the Norman invasion in 1066 – is heading to Woodbridge for two months following our appeal for a site to show it off to Suffolk.
Ipswich Art Society are to host their first exhibition in the Artspace Gallery in Woodbridge later this month.
Housing developers were last night accused of potentially ‘ruining lives and business’ with the planned four-month closure of a ‘major arterial road’.
The harsh reality of the postcode lottery faced by couples in England struggling to conceive has been laid bare by a campaign group.
Two Suffolk towns are among the best UK and European destinations to escape for a “mindful break”, according to a new holiday guide.
An organisation dedicated to promoting business Woodbridge has appointed a public relations agency to support it in a drive to boost tourism.
A Suffolk food firm has secured its first national retail listing with online supermarket Ocado.
Christina Johnston’s the newest star of the classical world, but she still sees herself as just a girl from Framlingham. The singer spoke about
how tragedy early in her life shaped her present.
Two Suffolk districts are in the top five happiest places in the UK according to new research – and the rest of the county is getting happier every year.
An artisan coffee shop will soon be serving its signature brews from a second branch.
Suffolk-based architects and technologists firm Plaice Design Co Ltd is celebrating after one of its projects was named among the winners at The AT Awards.
The OVO Energy Tour of Britain will be racing through Suffolk today, find out where you can watch the race and what Suffolk roads will be closed.
We are counting down the days until this year’s Tour of Britain makes its way through our county’s fantastic roads, and we want you to send in your photos of the stage this Friday.
Doctors and nurses at Ipswich Hospital can now gain hands-on experience of treating premature babies thanks to an intrepid mother who has completed the world famous Marathon des Sables.
A Suffolk mayor praised the attention given by staff to residents of a care home.
A Suffolk creative branding agency is celebrating the success of its latest graduate recruit, after she scooped a prestigious national accolade.
Overstretched doctors’ surgeries could struggle to cope with the influx of new patients occupying 100 homes proposed for the site of former council offices.
Police are urging people to act as the ‘eyes and ears’ of their communities following a new wave of metal thefts from Suffolk churches.
Jesse Webb can be forgiven for not remembering the final score of the first football match he attended – the year was 1923 and he was only a six-year-old.
A major housing development on the outskirts of Woodbridge has been given the green light to proceed.
If you look at our towns, and villages for that matter, you will see that in many cases their character is made up by buildings of a mixture of generations.
Two picturesque towns in the heart of Suffolk have been featured a list of the UK’s top 10 property hotspots.
Two public toilets have been closed indefinitely in a Suffolk town following acts of ‘mindless vandalism’, causing thousands of pounds worth of damage.