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The manager of a Bury St Edmunds bakery faces a court bill of more than £7,000 after pleading guilty to food hygiene offences.

To mark 100 days to go until the inaugural closed road cycling event for Bury St Edmunds, children from Abbots Green Academy celebrated with an afternoon of cycling skills, drills and games.

Free beer, street food, live music and a festival vibe were on the menu at the inaugural Open Brewery Night hosted by Bury St Edmunds-based brewer Greene King.

Dedicated staff at Colchester Hospital have been heralded as new figures show the trust has smashed the national A&E waiting time target for the third month in a row.

An ambulance was called to the scene of a road traffic collision on Newmarket Road, in Risby, this afternoon.

Eight companies have recalled their children’s blackcurrant cough syrup due to a problem with one of the ingredients.

A stakeholder group will be formed to assess the progress of new school transport proposals in Suffolk, it has been confirmed.

A Newmarket secondary school has had double reason to celebrate after planning permission for its new library was granted – at the same time it received an £10,000 anonymous donation.

Social media networks should have a legal duty to protect their users from harm, West Suffolk MP Matt Hancock has said.

Relatives of a teenager killed in Ipswich have issued a warning to young people about becoming involved in knife crime and gang culture and called for more to be done to stop violence in the town.

A poignant book made out of English oak, elm and mahogany has been created by master craftsman Den Humphrey as part of the World War 1 Trail in Bury St Edmunds.

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The Suffolk coast is a fantastic place to explore, whatever the season. So, whether you love sinking your toes into sandy beaches, cycling quiet country lanes, going off the beaten walking track, watching wildlife, soaking up some local history, or simply wandering around charming coastal towns, there’s plenty to keep everyone happy.

After a relaxing stroll around the Suffolk coast taking in the magnificent seaside sights, a pint of real ale and pub grub really hits the spot. We choose 10 of Suffolk’s best coastal pub walks

With breath-taking beaches, stunning stately homes and picture-perfect places, it’s no wonder so many TV shows choose to film in Suffolk. Here are 20 that set up camp in our county

We all love a good cup of coffee, whether it’s a latte, flat white or just plain black Suffolk is home to a multitude of wonderful local coffee shops. Here are 10 of our favourites with no chains in sight!

With so much going on around Suffolk this weekend, it’s not easy to decide what amazing events you’ll be attending. Allow our handy guide to 5 things to do make that decision a little easier!

We have teamed up with Clipper Round the World Yacht Race to offer a winner and guest the chance to tour the race fleet and meet race crew

In the no-frills, grass roots world of non-league football the most important man on the pitch might just be the groundsman

Sudbury Mercury

Dedicated staff at Colchester Hospital have been heralded as new figures show the trust has smashed the national A&E waiting time target for the third month in a row.

Eight companies have recalled their children’s blackcurrant cough syrup due to a problem with one of the ingredients.

A stakeholder group will be formed to assess the progress of new school transport proposals in Suffolk, it has been confirmed.

Children at a Sudbury primary school will soon have a very different place to read books and learn with the unveiling of a new library – inside a double-decker bus.

Plans to approve an allowance increase for Babergh councillors of 25% upwards have been given the go ahead – despite swathes of public criticism.

Divisive plans to make cuts on free school transport in Suffolk have been given the go-ahead – but proposals for the decision to be reassessed have already been voiced.

A Suffolk woman living with a debilitating condition has spoken out about her “depressing” battle to keep her disability benefit – and her life-line car.

Ipswich Star

Dedicated staff at Colchester Hospital have been heralded as new figures show the trust has smashed the national A&E waiting time target for the third month in a row.

Eight companies have recalled their children’s blackcurrant cough syrup due to a problem with one of the ingredients.

A stakeholder group will be formed to assess the progress of new school transport proposals in Suffolk, it has been confirmed.

Relatives of a teenager killed in Ipswich have issued a warning to young people about becoming involved in knife crime and gang culture and called for more to be done to stop violence in the town.

Are you among the many people pictured from the Great Ipswich Play Day at Landseer Park in 1981?

More people than ever before are travelling on the rail lines in East Suffolk, new figures reveal.

A Suffolk engineer has been elected as the first female regional chair of the Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE).

The big day has arrived – an entire 24 hours to celebrate Suffolk, and everything that the county offers.

Police and ambulance were called to the scene in North Hill following reports of a single vehicle collision.

The east coast’s largest regatta has been hailed a success after a strong turn out proved the “classic yacht scene is alive and well” in Suffolk and Essex.

Organisers of a Suffolk farm event aimed at encouraging teenagers to consider a career in farming or learn more about agriculture are celebrating one of their best years yet.

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