A Suffolk care home company has been fined and ordered to pay costs of £110,000 for health and safety breaches after an 89-year-old resident fell out of a hoist and later died.
Police officials and villagers attended a “moving” church ceremony yesterday to mark 200 years since the birth of the Met’s first black officer – who was born in Suffolk.
A west Suffolk man will be going for gold next month when he competes in the World’s Strongest Disabled Man competition in London.
A 94-year-old Cavendish woman celebrated 30 years of volunteering this week after first stepping into a Sue Ryder shop in 1987 looking for something to do with her spare time.
An 80-year-old taxi which transported Winston Churchill to secret wartime engagements in the Sudbury area will make a rare public appearance next month.
A renowned south London male choir will perform for two west Suffolk audiences this week.
For diamond couple Alice and Owen from Sudbury size certainly doesn’t matter.
Two cancer patients are backing a campaign to raise awareness of the importance of regular eye tests after they were diagnosed when signs of the disease were spotted during a check-up.
A number of organ concerts at St Peter’s Church in Sudbury have been cancelled as the 1911 organ is showing “sporadic behaviour”.
Nature lovers will open a new meadow on the Essex-Suffolk border which is believed to be the only nature reserve managed primarily for dragonflies.
A new chief executive has been appointed to head up a trust of 15 schools in the west Suffolk area.
England head coach Eddie Jones was a special guest at a packed Sudbury Rugby Club on Friday night and gave the club’s first team squad a special training session.
A glassmaker who spends weeks recreating the finest details of the natural world has had three of her pieces selected for a prestigious exhibition in Holland.
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Sudbury gave one of their best displays of the season, winning two bonus points, and would have claimed overall victory at mid-table Eton Manor, but for two lapses in concentration.
AFC Sudbury boss Jamie Godbold is relishing the challenge of hosting relegation rivals Hendon this weekend.
An innovative trail in Suffolk and Essex focusing on the art of John Constable and Thomas Gainsborough is set to launch this spring.
Sudbury threw away a winnable game, making silly mistakes that gave their opposition possession and field position, whilst squandering scoring opportunities with poor handling.
A new public relations agency whose specialities include technology, finance, and startups has been launched in East Anglia.
Sudbury emerged victorious from a re-arranged, must-win battle at Barking, in London 1 North, on Saturday afternoon.
An avid reader from Great Cornard is the first at her school to complete a list of 50 top books set by teachers including works as varied as Twilight and One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest.
A round-up of the weekend’s Ryman League games.
Teenage heroes Joe Snell and Toby Halls discovered yesterday they will get the chance to record at the world-famous Maida Vale music studios in London after winning a BBC Radio 1 Teen Hero Award.
Two boys with “hearts of gold” will be handed a BBC Radio 1 teen hero award for their charity work in Sudbury on Sunday, following the death of their close friend when he was just 13.
If you go down to Long Melford this Halloween you could be in for a fright.
A grandfather who died from an asbestos-related disease recalled before his death how he was exposed to the building material during his time at a Long Melford factory.
A former Royal Household official from Suffolk who accepted more than £100,000 in bribes to award contracts for work at royal residences including Buckingham Palace has today been jailed for five years.
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