A project set to create 90 new jobs in a Suffolk seaside town has been given a near £1million boost from the Government.
Emergency beds for rough sleepers are to be provided in two Suffolk towns as part of a Government-funded £300,000 project to cut the number of vulnerable people on the streets.
Police are appealing for help in tracing a missing 40 year-old male from west Suffolk.
There were celebrations at Suffolk's cathedral as a record number of men and women aged from their 20s to their 60s were ordained to serve in communities across the county.
Two young people's singing groups from Ipswich and Lowestoft are joining forces this weekend to perform a new community opera.
Major research is taking place to put together strategic plans to revitalise and regenerate 11 east Suffolk towns.
A Suffolk project which gets young people into sport is celebrating after reaching the milestone of 20,000 attendances.
People lined the streets to welcome their new mayor yesterday as civic leaders took part in a traditional annual event.
Suffolk may not be renowned for its hills and high points, but the world's elite women's cyclists will still face two mountain climbs as they race across the county.
Work to restore historic buildings in the centre of Halesworth after a devastating £1.8 million blaze which left five businesses homeless has taken a step forward.
Suffolk market towns Stowmarket and Beccles have been chosen as host venues for Britain's most prestigious women's cycle race this year, it has been announced today.
Two bishops have set off on a 90-mile pilgrimage across Suffolk to discover more about the people, community activities and businesses that help the county flourish.
ScottishPower Renewables is embarking on its Phase 4 consultation for the proposed East Anglia TWO and East Anglia ONE North offshore windfarm projects - which protesters say will have a huge impact on the county.
A new £11.3million skills centre to train people to work in the energy, engineering, maritime and offshore sectors is on schedule to open in Suffolk this autumn.
Moves by the Church of England in Suffolk to help tackle rural isolation in the county have taken a big step forward with the announcement of a key appointment.
A group of pupils put the fruit smoothies they had created before a panel of judges in an Apprentice-style event to test their business skills and healthy food-making talents.
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