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SLIDESHOW: Thrills and spills at It’s a Bury Knockout

25 July 2016

SLIDESHOW: Thrills and spills at It’s a Bury Knockout

25 July 2016

Brave teams slipped, bumped and crawled their way round the bubble-soaked It’s a Bury Knockout course at the weekend.


FEATURE: A modern home for an ancient culture deep in the Suffolk countryside

13 July 2016
FEATURE: A modern home for an ancient culture deep in the Suffolk countryside

FEATURE: A modern home for an ancient culture deep in the Suffolk countryside

13 July 2016

In a quiet, serene and secluded corner of Suffolk, a multi-million pound Buddhist Retreat has been built offering people the opportunity to escape the hustle-bustle and stresses of modern life.


Fond farewell to popular maternity housekeeper

08 July 2016
Fond farewell to popular maternity housekeeper

Fond farewell to popular maternity housekeeper

08 July 2016

Staff at West Suffolk Hospital have said a tearful farewell to housekeeper Mary Webb, who has been keeping the maternity ward spotless for the past 32 years.


Teacher ‘systematically groomed and sexually abused’ children, jury hears

21 June 2016
Teacher ‘systematically groomed and sexually abused’ children, jury hears

Teacher ‘systematically groomed and sexually abused’ children, jury hears

21 June 2016

An ex school teacher ‘systematically groomed and sexually abused’ children in his care while working at a former Suffolk School, a jury has heard.


David Cameron brings Stronger in Europe campaign to Bury St Edmunds

14 June 2016
David Cameron brings Stronger in Europe campaign to Bury St Edmunds

David Cameron brings Stronger in Europe campaign to Bury St Edmunds

14 June 2016

Prime Minister David Cameron was in Bury St Edmunds this afternoon to talk up the benefits of Britain remaining in the European Union.


Brexit could mean last orders for Bury St Edmunds shop

10 June 2016
Brexit could mean last orders for Bury St Edmunds shop

Brexit could mean last orders for Bury St Edmunds shop

10 June 2016

The manager of a successful Bury St Edmunds business which imports and exports beers all over the world fears it may have to close if Britain leaves the EU.


BurySOUND winners Suburban Minds to play first headlining gig in hometown Bury St Edmunds

16 May 2016
BurySOUND winners Suburban Minds to play first headlining gig in hometown Bury St Edmunds

BurySOUND winners Suburban Minds to play first headlining gig in hometown Bury St Edmunds

16 May 2016

BurySOUND 2016 champions Suburban Minds are playing their first hometown gig as headliners on Saturday.


First council house built in 20 years will ‘change family’s life’

07 May 2016
First council house built in 20 years will ‘change family’s life’

First council house built in 20 years will ‘change family’s life’

07 May 2016

A family say their new council house, the first built by Mid Suffolk District Council in more than 20 years, will change their lives.


Tributes paid to mother-of-three who died just weeks after birth of baby son

07 May 2016
Tributes paid to mother-of-three who died just weeks after birth of baby son

Tributes paid to mother-of-three who died just weeks after birth of baby son

07 May 2016

The niece of mother-of-three Nichola-Jayne Manning, who died in a car crash just eleven weeks after giving birth to her youngest child, says her auntie had ‘always been her role model’.


Tributes pour in for talented cyclist Sean

07 May 2016
Tributes pour in for talented cyclist Sean

Tributes pour in for talented cyclist Sean

07 May 2016

Tributes have been paid to ‘honest and genuine’ Haverhill cyclist Sean Hickey who died following a collision in Clare.


MP Jo Churchill ‘very pleased’ Government backs down on forced academies plan

06 May 2016
MP Jo Churchill ‘very pleased’ Government backs down on forced academies plan

MP Jo Churchill ‘very pleased’ Government backs down on forced academies plan

06 May 2016

MP Jo Churchill says she is pleased the Government have decided to back down on plans to force schools to become academies.


UKIP County Councillor says by-election win is ‘still sinking in’

06 May 2016
UKIP County Councillor says by-election win is ‘still sinking in’

UKIP County Councillor says by-election win is ‘still sinking in’

06 May 2016

The UK Independence Party had a good day at the ballot box, winning seats at Suffolk County, Forest Heath District and St Edmundsbury Borough Councils in yesterday’s by-elections.


Hundreds take to road for annual Thurston fun run

06 May 2016
Hundreds take to road for annual Thurston fun run

Hundreds take to road for annual Thurston fun run

06 May 2016

Hundreds laced up their running shoes, pinned on a number and took to the road at this year’s Thurston Fun Run.


Candidates announced for election of Suffolk’s next Police and Crime Commissioner

08 April 2016
Candidates announced for election of Suffolk’s next Police and Crime Commissioner

Candidates announced for election of Suffolk’s next Police and Crime Commissioner

08 April 2016

On May 5 the public will have their say on who will become Suffolk’s next Police and Crime Commissioner.


VIDEO: Mothers’ Union celebrate 140 years at St Edmundsbury Cathedral

07 April 2016
VIDEO: Mothers’ Union celebrate 140 years at St Edmundsbury Cathedral

VIDEO: Mothers’ Union celebrate 140 years at St Edmundsbury Cathedral

07 April 2016

Hundreds gathered at St Edmundsbury Cathedral to celebrate the 140th anniversary of the Mothers’ Union.


Family of vulnerable man criticise ‘catalogue of errors’ that led to his untimely death

06 April 2016
Family of vulnerable man criticise ‘catalogue of errors’ that led to his untimely death

Family of vulnerable man criticise ‘catalogue of errors’ that led to his untimely death

06 April 2016

The family of a ‘vulnerable’ man who died as a result of a hernia despite visiting West Suffolk Hospital and his GP several times have described his treatment as a ‘catalogue of errors’.


BurySOUND finalists Matty and the Bullsharks say Bury St Edmunds feels like second home

03 April 2016
BurySOUND finalists Matty and the Bullsharks say Bury St Edmunds feels like second home

BurySOUND finalists Matty and the Bullsharks say Bury St Edmunds feels like second home

03 April 2016

Fresh from rocking the Apex at the BurySOUND final last month, Cambridge-based surf rock band Matty and the Bullsharks say Bury St Edmunds feels like a second home to them.


Campaigners welcome officers’ view to reject care home plans

02 April 2016
Campaigners welcome officers’ view to reject care home plans

Campaigners welcome officers’ view to reject care home plans

02 April 2016

A council are set to decide the future of controversial plans to build a 60-bedroom nursing home near Nowton Park.


Tributes paid to ‘amazing’ Annie who dedicated final days to raising money for charity

02 April 2016
Tributes paid to ‘amazing’ Annie who dedicated final days to raising money for charity

Tributes paid to ‘amazing’ Annie who dedicated final days to raising money for charity

02 April 2016

Tributes have been paid to an ‘amazing’ 39-year-old mother-of-one who dedicated her final days to raising money for charity after being diagnosed with terminal cancer following a holiday slip.


Bury fringe festival line-up is announced

01 April 2016
Bury fringe festival line-up is announced

Bury fringe festival line-up is announced

01 April 2016

The exciting line-up of homegrown talent set to grace the stage at this year’s Bury Fringe Festival has been announced.