A 46-year-old man, who was found after he collapsed in Clare Castle Country Park, died in hospital 48 hours later, a coroner’s court has heard.
A motion for Suffolk County Council to declare a ‘climate emergency’ has been submitted, as the Extinction Rebellion prepares for an event in Sudbury.
Fresh questions have been raised over Ofsted inspections, after two establishments with the top rating have seen dramatic falls in the last month.
A new bus service between Sudbury and Clare is being introduced next month.
A 16-year-old musician has won the chance to record some tracks and boost her fanbase after her band triumphed in this year’s BurySOUND competition.
A historic Sudbury landmark at the centre of ambitious £2.5million regeneration plans has received a vital boost to its cause.
A rural property was targeted in a late-night burglary near Sudbury.
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A team of fundraisers were greeted by the mayors of Sudbury and Hadleigh, as they cycled 46 miles in memory of a 16-year-old boy.
Sudbury vicar, the Rev Simon Gill, will lead his final service at All Saints’ Church next month to take up a new role near Cambridge.
It was standing room only when Newton Green Golf Club held its annual meeting and awards presentation evening.
Long Melford manager Jamie Bradbury insists he will not be taking Benfleet lightly in the Thurlow Nunn League Challenge Cup semi-finals.
A late goal kept Halstead Town's title hopes alive while there were five-star shows from Stowmarket and Harleston but Mildenhall came up short again.
Jordan Lawal joins Suffolk side for final eight matches of the season.
AFC Sudbury have pulled out of their HomeStore Self Storage Suffolk Women’s Cup semi-final against Ipswich Town.
Hadleigh bounced back to winning ways in the Greene King IPA Eastern Counties One Shield with a hard fought 16-12 victory at Norwich Union.
Sudbury were beaten 48-0 by a well-drilled Honourable Artillery Company (HAC) side in London at the weekend.
Arts and crafts are captivating people’s interest – and now a business, which started in Sudbury 18 months ago, is expanding to cope with demand.
An author from Cavendish has explored the love affair between a French artist and his mistress in her latest novel.
Hundreds of people visited Thorpe Morieux to enjoy Creation – a celebration of art, nature and the advent of spring.
A Sudbury music festival – inspired by a teenage boy who lost his life to a brain tumour – is set to return this summer.
Give and take is the secret to a long and successful marriage, according to Roy and Ruth Lock, who have celebrated their diamond wedding anniversary.
Tens of thousands flocked to Newmarket’s Moët & Chandon July Festival, for three days of fun, flat racing and fashion.