The determination that got Lyle Hutley through years in a Japanese prison camp surfaced again when a thief stole a special gift on the eve of his 100th birthday.
A new theory suggests Saxon king Saint Edmund could be buried under the floor of a chapel in Long Melford.
West Suffolk Hospital is investigating 10 serious incidents reported in March, five relating to norovirus outbreaks, four to patient safety and one to concerns over its blood transfusion service.
With more hot weather forecast for tomorrow, Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service is urging people to take care in the heat.
More than £500,000 left in legacies to West Suffolk Hospital last year has funded a variety of state-of-the-art equipment.
Police are appealing for witnesses following a hit and run road traffic collision in which a cyclist suffered a head injury this morning (Friday).
Don’t let the current sunshine lull you into a false sense of security for the bank holiday – the Met Office has today issued a heavy rain warning for the east of England on Sunday and Monday.
Forest Heath has taken a step closer to becoming one of the few places in the country with its community and leisure services under one roof.
Born as the First World War raged, Lyle Hutley survived evacuation from the beaches at Dunkirk during the Second World War only to be captured by the Japanese and tortured and starved in a prisoner of war camp.
Two pupils from Exning Primary School have raised more than £400 for the National Autistic Society through a cake stall they held in The Guineas in Newmarket.
A Bottisham woman who has raised more than £21,000 for research into the condition which claimed her daughter’s life has met scientists who are being funded to carry out the work.
Two of the runners-up in this year’s Godolphin Stud and Stable Staff awards have donated their charity prize to the East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA). Gary Humphries, who works for Godolphin at Moulton Paddocks, and Kevin Parsons, who works for the National Association of Stable Staff based at Newmarket’s Racing Centre, pictured with charity representative Barbara McGee, were runners-up in the Rory MacDonald Community Award acknowledging those who support stud and stable staff or have made an outstanding contribution to benefit the wider racing community. As part of their award they each received £2,000 to give to a charity of their choice.
Soham’s annual carnival and heavy horse show is set to provide Bank Holiday Monday fun for all at the town’s recreation ground on Monday.
Councillors are next month expected to give the go-ahead to a feasibility study linked to a proposed new cinema for Newmarket.
A Newmarket man was caught drug-driving following a tip off to police in King’s Lynn, magistrates heard yesterday.
Police are urging people to be vigilant after six burglaries in West Suffolk in a day.
The Bishop of St Edmundsbury has condemned last night’s blast at the Manchester Arena, which killed 22 and injured 59, as ‘an evil act’.
Visitors to Newmarket’s Palace House Mansion were able to get up close and personal with a variety of different types of owls as part of the Museums at Night initiative on Friday.
Star French jockey Gerald Mosse was in Newmarket on Friday and Saturday riding out for his new retainer Phoenix Thoroughbred.
If you want to vote in the June 8 general election you must be registered to vote by midnight tonight.