Education chiefs warn that schools in Suffolk deliberately encouraging poorly-performing pupils to quit school for home education are being monitored.
A 10-year-old from Long Melford, who cares for his mother with multiple sclerosis, was recognised by Number 10 for raising awareness for young carers.
John Ankers said he was shocked to learn he had been recognised as an MBE in the annual Queen’s Birthday Honours list.
Sudbury and Great Waldingfield held open gardens at the weekend with a total of 40 gardens on show.
After an extended period of absence, Bures Carnival is set to make its long-awaited comeback this weekend.
Proposals to return control of Belle Vue Park to Sudbury Town Council have passed their first hurdle.
A charity shop in Sudbury marked the 175th anniversary of its organisation’s foundation, when it held a celebration event for staff and customers.
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Nayland will be filled with 300 painted rocks today, as the local primary school kicks off a project that it hopes will leave an imprint on the world.
The MP for South Suffolk claims Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt would be the candidate to deliver on the promise of prosperity after Brexit.
Bostik League North club also re-sign Lloyd Groves as player-coach and Matt Allan returns
Bury Town's preparations ahead of the new season have been boosted by Ryan Horne committing to a new deal while the club have announced 11 friendlies.
More than 200 athletes took part in TRISudbury's successful fourth Sudbury Triathlon at Great Cornard - find out who took top honours in each section.
Bury St Edmunds-based referee Chris Pollard gives his reaction to being promoted to the Football League list for the upcoming season.
AFC Sudbury will build up to the new Bostik League season with no less than 10 pre-season friendlies – manager Mark Morsley explains why.
Read about how Scott Stannard got at the GB Schools Three Nations Finals Day in Barnsley, as well as how Sudbury members got on in their home show.
Christian Appleford has bolstered his Hadleigh squad with two midfielders while defender Nathan Clarke has secured a higher-league move.
Visitors will be given a rare insight into the creative processes involved in crafting an extensive range of original artwork during a two-day event.
A Suffolk theatre has been chosen to host a charity-benefitting play about the legacy Sir Bobby Robson left on the 10th anniversary of his passing.
LeeStock cemented itself as one of Suffolk’s premier annual music events, as thousands made the trip to Long Melford over the weekend.
Visitors to St Peter’s got a taste of the high-quality work produced by members of Sudbury’s Gainsborough’s House Printmakers Workshop this week.
A gentleman’s outfitters in Sudbury has backed an auction in aid of a fishing community charity, by spreading the word through a display in its shop.
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.