A revolutionary piece of equipment to help dementia patients, featured on BBC’s Dragon’s Den programme, will be installed in a Sudbury care home next month.
Traders in West Suffolk are shaping up for a bumper Christmas period this year – though it might not quite match the roaring success of 2013.
Primary school children have seen their studies of the Arctic come to life – thanks to a collection of 500 plastic milk cartons.
If you live in the Mid Suffolk or Babergh districts you are some of the happiest, healthiest and most prosperous people in the UK, according to a new survey.
Let the holidays begin. Those will have been the words of many people across the region today, as the Christmas break begins for many.
Underwear, musical instruments and pets are just some of the oddest items left oddest items left on public transport in Suffolk and East Anglia.
More than three-quarters of the residents of a tiny community that is seeking to ‘divorce’ itself from a neighbouring parish have voted in favour of the move, it has been claimed.
East Anglian department store group Roys has made a new top-level appointment after its chairman stepped down after nine years.
A bus service will operate on Saturday, taking visitors to and from an open day at the new £10million community health facility. The event, between 10am-2pm will give people a chance to explore the building before it opens next month.
Woodbridge Town boss Jamie Scales has admitted he didn’t think his young troops would struggle as much as they have this season.
AFC Sudbury eased through to the last four of the Suffolk Premier Cup, thanks to three first-half goals against Mildenhall Town on Tuesday night.
Leiston FC have agreed to host the FA County Youth Cup quarter-final tie between Suffolk FA Under-18s and Lancashire FA.
Steve Holder believes Mildenhall Town should be aiming for a top-four finish this season.
AFC Sudbury manager David Batch could not have been more proud of his players’ efforts in the 1-0 FA Trophy defeat to Braintree Town.
Simeon Akinola was the match-winner for Braintree Town on Saturday as the Conference Premier side narrowly defeated local rivals AFC Sudbury in the First Round Proper of the FA Trophy.
Braintree Town utility player Matt Paine is determined for the Iron not to fall to an upset against AFC Sudbury today.
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