A campaigning town council are hoping to create a 'ground swell of pressure' as they fight to protect green spaces, reduce climate change and protect our planet for generations to come.
A well known and much loved former publican in Woodbridge has died after 25 years of pulling pints.
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There are strong objections to plans to remove a 30 foot oak tree on Ipswich Road.
Filming gets underway in Suffolk this month for the Hollywood blockbuster The Dig - a feature film for Netflix based on the world famous discovery of the Saxon burial ship found at Sutton Hoo.
A new shop could open at a prominent site in Woodbridge, it has been revealed.
The acclaimed author and journalist will be at the community hall to talk about his new military book
Bold plans to turn the dilapidated former Mambos Bar and Grill in Ipswich into the 'perfect' coffee shop have suffered a set back.
"Proud to be a boy that dances" says the Billy Elliot of Suffolk bullied for his love of ballet
Here's a run down of what to expect at this year's cultural extravaganza
The Woodbridge Memory Bike will be an unusual addition to the line up at this year's Crafted Classique cycling challenge.
He is better known to viewers of ITV's The Durrells as Gerald - but actor Milo Parker also achieved top GCSE grades this year at a Suffolk school.
Up to 100 supporters attended the launch event for a new £1million campaign to build a working replica of the Sutton Hoo royal burial ship.
The National Trust has finally revealed its largest ever investment at the world famous Sutton Hoo royal burial ground - and the public will today be able to enjoy an improved visitor experience.
At 5am in the glow of the early morning sunrise, the Sae Wylfing set off for the capital city
The ITV programme has given a homegrown songwriter a helping hand in getting his music career off the ground.
A building society branch in Woodbridge is celebrating giving 100,000 hours of volunteering to the community.