The controversial demolition of a historic railway station has been put on hold after a judge ordered the decision to be reconsidered.
A loan facility of £1 million is to be provided for a west Suffolk gym provider to keep it going through coronavirus, ensuring council-run facilities can open.
A town’s high street has been hit with a bit of much-needed glamour, after welcoming a new bridal shop which promises to turn your dream wedding into a reality.
A man has been arrested after a person was hospitalised after suffering from face injuries in an attack at a Suffolk town.
All staff at a cosmetics firm have now been made redundant after administrators decided it could not be saved.
Thirty-seven workers have lost their jobs and 60 more face an uncertain future after a beauty and cosmetics firm collapsed.
A community has told of its anger after a neighbouring aggregate site has left their homes and gardens “constantly caked in dust”.
A garage which had been serving its community for 25 years to the day before it was forced to close its doors for good amid the pandemic has been saved.
West Suffolk Council has given a six figure financial support package to its leisure operator to cope with the costs of the coronavirus lockdown.
The fire service and an ambulance have been called after a woman became ‘trapped’ under a horse.
A community have told of their sadness and disappointment after a decision was reached to knock down a historic railway station, but say they will continue to fight.
Firefighters were called to a Suffolk village in the early hours to tackle a fierce blaze which had engulfed a small garage.
A church hall has been transformed into an emergency food bank to help people cope during the COVID-19 pandemic.
One of the country’s rarest plants has found a safe home in the region.
A campaigner looks set to lose his fight to save a historic building which would be lost as part of a railway station redevelopment after being told “10 years of talks has achieved absolutely nothing”.
A Suffolk councillor who reportedly left a female lorry driver “scared” and “intimidated” has been ordered to apologise for his actions while a formal complaints procedure investigates his conduct.
A writer campaigning to stop improvement works to a train station has been told it is “unfair” to customers to delay the work any further.
A town has launched a membership card in a bid to save its high street.
A decision on plans to build a controversial crematorium on the border between Norfolk and Suffolk has been delayed.
A man in his late 70s has been arrested after a shooting in a quiet street in Brandon.
Police are appealing for information about an incident in which a man was injured.
A childminder has told of the terrifying moment a level crossing began to close as she and five children were in the middle of the train tracks.
Plans for an animal crematorium are being recommended for approval, despite objectors raising concerns over air pollution and its effect on the environment.
The musical chime of an ice cream van coming down the road is a sound that brings back happy memories of childhood.