Suffolk County Council’s budget, which features a 4 per cent council tax rise and cuts to funding to Citizens Advice services, was given the go-ahead.
Opposition councillors have urged a serious rethink of cemetery expansion plans in Hadleigh, amid growing fears they are being mishandled financially.
A florist has expressed her disappointment after hundreds of flowers – delivered in time for Valentine’s Day – were stolen.
Staff at a Sudbury nursery, whose cars have been targeted multiple times by vandals, have appealed to the public for help to catch those responsible.
A selfless six-year-old girl is set to sacrifice some of her hair in order to support young people suffering from cancer.
Multi-million loan to be pumped into CIFCO commercial property enterprise.
A Sudbury music festival – inspired by a teenage boy who lost his life to a brain tumour – is set to return this summer.
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Battling extreme weather conditions, a series of military helicopters from Wattisham have been deployed – for the first time – in the Arctic Circle.
Gym staff hope to get people pumped-up about the benefits of a healthy heart when they run an event for charity.
Sudbury’s first ever visit to Amersham & Chiltern saw them come away a little disappointed following a 17-10 defeat.
Adrian Goodwin is hell-bent on recreating his success at Capel Plough and propelling AFC Sudbury to the top of the female football league in Suffolk.
AFC Sudbury manager Mark Morsley on Baris Altintop's new contract, back-to-back away defeats and the visit of Great Wakering Rovers.
Full route details of Britain's biggest women's procycling race will be released next month.
Stowmarket Town have been drawn against Felixstowe & Walton United in the semi-finals of this season's Suffolk Premier Cup.
Neither Mildenhall Town nor Bury Town can find the back of the net at Recreation Way.
Andrew Long explains his vision for the club and the plans that are already being put in place in an extended interview.
A Hadleigh chocolate maker has invited youngsters to put their artistic skills to the test in a special charity competition.
Work on the long-awaited multi-million pound National Centre for Thomas Gainsborough in Sudbury finally kicked off this week.
Truth can be stranger than fiction. But whatever Brexit conspiracy theories you have, thriller writer David Laws is confident he has gone one better.
Anna Boon’s new business is about creating an original artwork from scratch in an evening – all while meeting new friends and socialising.
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.