A major Sudbury employer has been urged to "reconsider" the decision to sell the site for housing.
A 12-week boot camp-style course has helped unemployed young people who are not in education or training change their fortunes.
The Delphi Industries site in Sudbury is to be sold for housing, dashing hopes it could be saved for industrial use and preserve up to 500 jobs.
A report examining potential future options for the Delphi Industries site in Sudbury has recommended it stays in commercial use.
Over just five years her ocean liner collided with warship, Titanic sank, and her hospital ship hit a mine and sank off Greece
This village fire station has undergone a £310,000 make over - and that is not the only reason to celebrate.
A Suffolk headteacher has said life in the classroom can feel like an "impossible job" - as new figures reveal our state schools have lost 250 teachers in just five years.
Winch & Blatch, one of Sudbury's oldest independent businesses, is to close two of its town centre outlets.
A building in Sudbury which has stood empty for more than two years will become the new home of discount stores Bargain Buys and The Pet Hut.
Delayed plans which will inform the future of house building in Babergh and Mid Suffolk have finally been published, with more than 13,500 new homes needed by 2036.
Furious union members and healthcare workers are fighting to protect health visitor jobs in Suffolk after plans to cut a quarter of their workforce have emerged.
I never thought a road would transform my life - but five years on, I have to admit the dualling of the A11 really has been the route to happiness.
Suffolk councils are spending hundreds of thousands of pounds to pay for security and upkeep of former schools, council offices and other commerical properties.
A trial to tackle potholes in Ipswich more swiftly has been so successful that it is due to be rolled out across the whole county this summer, highways chiefs have confirmed.
Suffolk's fleet of gritting lorries are set to roll onto the streets of the county with personalised names next winter, after youngsters were given the chance to name the trucks.
The new boss at the region's failing mental health trust has admitted he hears about the service's disastrous radical redesign "most days" as he set out his plans to turn fortunes around.