A ceremony has been held in dedication of a Lowestoft woman killed in the town during World War Two.
Every year over a quarter of all Halloween pumpkins end up being thrown away and in a bid to reduce food waste, Suffolk residents are being encouraged to learn more about ways to turn their pumpkin leftovers into tasty treats.
Local business owners are invited to find out more about how filming can benefit their business and the local area, at an event taking place as part of the first ever East Suffolk Business Festival.
Residents are invited to comment on the convenience and accessibility of the polling stations used for elections in east Suffolk.
A Waveney business is celebrating being amongst the first takeaway establishments in Suffolk to receive a new award.
The £3.5 million redevelopment of Deben Leisure Centre was marked by an official re-opening ceremony on Saturday (6 October 2018).
The site of the former Wessex Foods factory has been brought back to life as a new business and enterprise park for local businesses to grow and flourish as it celebrates its official opening today. With a project budget of £6.5million, the site occupies two acres of land and comprises of 17 business units of differing sizes.
The LGiU and CCLA are delighted to announce that Cllr TJ Haworth-Culf has been shortlisted for the Community Champion award at the 2018 Councillor Achievement Awards.
A Service of Remembrance will be held on Sunday 11 November in Lowestoft and everyone is welcome to attend.
Plans are being developed to expand popular Skatepark in Woodbridge.