Aldeburgh won the 2018 Golf Environment award as golf course of the year. This was a tremendous achievement.
Aldeburgh and Ipswich are among five clubs short-listed for the Golf Environment Award of the year, writes Tony Garnett.
The year of 2018 in Suffolk golf will be remembered for the feats of James Biggs of Diss, writes Tony Garnett.
Ipswich Town manager Paul Lambert has backed the campaign to honour Blues legend Kevin Beattie with a statue outside Portman Road.
Suffolk athlete John (Jack) Millar loved every minute of his first taste of major international competition, at last weekend's European Cross Country Championships, held in Tilburg, Netherlands.
Signing strikers will be a top priority for Ipswich Town manager Paul Lambert in January. ANDY WARREN looks at names who could fit the bill for the Blues.
Suffolk official Abi Marriott said becoming a FIFA referee is the 'pinnacle of her career' so far, writes Nick Garnham.
The critically acclaimed documentary focusing on the life of legendary former Ipswich Town manager Sir Bobby Robson is now available on Netflix.
Suffolk superstar Ed Sheeran is playing four huge concerts in Ipswich's Chantry Park next year - and over 100,000 die hard fans are due to descend on Suffolk to see him perform.
Essex have retained the PGA England and Wales Inter-County Championship over the PGA National course at The Belfry becoming only the second county to win the trophy twice.
Fans of Suffolk's own superstar have one final chance to see him live in concert at Chantry Park in Ipswich - as new tickets for his European tour are released today.
There's one last chance to see Ed Sheeran in Ipswich this summer as the Suffolk popstar announces his final gig in Chantry Park on the August Bank Holiday Monday.
Researchers in London have linked the sunshine food-filled Med diet with better mental health.
He's been at the helm of one of Suffolk's most iconic hotels for three decades. We caught up with Alan Ford, head chef of Hintlesham Hall…
Ed Sheeran's return to his home county will conclude a bumper European tour with 23 shows across 15 countries.
Easton and Otley College students returned short of a medal but with their heads held high after taking part in a farming 'Olympics' in Portugal.
East Anglian agricultural students will be pitting their skills against some of the best in Europe as they battle it out at farming's equivalent of the Olympics.