The council's new Conservative education chief Mary Evans has apologised to affected parents and vowed for lessons to be learnt.
Everything you need to know about when and why the clocks are going back this week.
Ormiston Sudbury Academy features in The Parliamentary Review, a guide which highlights best practice across a variety of industries.
Restaurants and hotels from across the region have been recognised for their excellence in the hospitality industry.
A total of 54 new officers will be recruited over a 12-month period, while schools in Suffolk are expected to see an increase in funding.
The Mumford’s Charity was set up hundreds of years ago to provide coal for agricultural workers in times of need.
The relaunch of a pub has been described by its new owners as very successful, while helping to restore “a focal point of the community”.
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Thieves stole a safe containing the entire week’s takings, along with charity donations.
Campaigners have been touched by the generosity of donors who have pledged their support to the project.
AFC Sudbury announce who will replace the first team coaching staff as manager/director Mark Morsley reveals it was his call to fire them.
Former Mildenhall and Hadleigh cricketers among names selected by new 100-ball competition.
England Cricket's new head coach Chris Silverwood speaks to the Echo about 'daring to dream' when playing for Haverhill a decade ago.
After their poor start to their league campaign AFC Sudbury have dismissed their entire coaching staff, bar manager Mark Morsley.
Bury are riding high while the likes of Long Melford, Mildenhall Town and Soham Town Rangers also win.
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Loan arrival boosts the midfield ranks.
Mill Tye gallery in Great Cornard has become the canvas for beautiful pieces of artwork created by schoolchildren.
A series of public events inspired by the creative arts are being hosted across the Stour Valley as part of a five-week festival.
It is the first time the gallery has put together an exhibition showcasing furniture, paintings, prints, mono-prints and ceramics all under one roof.
Among the Newmarket yards open to visitors as part of the Henry Cecil Open Weekend is one of the town's most historic.
Record numbers of visitors came along to Polstead’s three-day art exhibition over the bank holiday weekend.
A Cavendish woman is among a line-up of 12 contestants taking part in a show which charts the group’s adventures marooned on a remote tropical island.
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.