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.
Sudbury’s food and drink festival smashed all attendance records on Sunday.
A pub landlord has called his last orders, following plans to launch a new business venture in the village.
The early level of uptake at a new business hub in Sible Hedingham was praised by a council as a positive sign of its potential to boost employment.
A burglar responsible for the theft of almost £30,000 of glasses and sunglasses has been jailed for more than two years.
A safe and a till containing cash were stolen during an overnight burglary at a hotel in Lavenham.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of robbing the post office in Hitcham last week.
A man robbed the post office in Hitcham yesterday, while claiming to be in possession of a firearm.
Sudbury Community Health Centre will soon be home to a new physiotherapy clinic, aimed at addressing the health needs of the town's aging population
A Sudbury woman, who is severely disabled, has been left dumbfounded over a decision to withdraw free healthcare, which she has received for 20 years.
Suffolk’s new school travel policy was branded as “a postcode lottery”, as some pupils miss out on free travel eligibility to their preferred school.
A new framework has been approved to allow a council to review whether its sponsored bus services are viable.
A town councillor has sought assurances over the performance of a bus operator, following severe disruptions with services in Sudbury.
A twice-weekly bus service, described as a vital lifeline to rural villages, has been saved.
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.
More than 800 children in Suffolk are being taught at home, including eight confirmed cases in one year of schools pressuring parents to home educate.
Key education issues, such as special educational needs and catchment areas, will be put under greater scrutiny thanks to a series of new task forces.