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Racing legends named as first inductees in Hall of Fame

01 May 2021
Racing legends named as first inductees in Hall of Fame

Racing legends named as first inductees in Hall of Fame

01 May 2021

Racing legends Lester Piggott and Frankel have been named as the first two inductees in a new racing Hall of Fame.


From beginning to end: See town's new Aldi take shape over months

30 April 2021
From beginning to end: See town's new Aldi take shape over months

From beginning to end: See town's new Aldi take shape over months

30 April 2021

Construction work on a new Aldi store appears to be complete but the supermarket giant is keeping tight lipped about when it will open its doors.


Company helps build new home for rare bears at wildlife sanctuary

25 April 2021
Company helps build new home for rare bears at wildlife sanctuary

Company helps build new home for rare bears at wildlife sanctuary

25 April 2021

A Suffolk-based company is providing support to a charity fighting to save rare bears being slaughtered so their body parts can be used in medicine.


In Abhay’s memory: ‘We want to show people how to love’

24 April 2021
In Abhay’s memory: ‘We want to show people how to love’

In Abhay’s memory: ‘We want to show people how to love’

24 April 2021

A little boy, whose death shocked the nation, has been remembered on what would have been his sixth birthday with the unveiling of a bench.


Teenage speedway rider to talk at conference about life after head injury

16 April 2021
Teenage speedway rider to talk at conference about life after head injury

Teenage speedway rider to talk at conference about life after head injury

16 April 2021

A teenage speedway rider, who suffered a life-threatening brain injury in a crash, will be one of the speakers at a head injury charity’s conference.


Woman wins national 'Animal Hero' award for her work rescuing bulldogs

12 April 2021
Woman wins national 'Animal Hero' award for her work rescuing bulldogs

Woman wins national 'Animal Hero' award for her work rescuing bulldogs

12 April 2021

A woman who has devoted a decade to rescuing bulldogs has been hailed a national hero.


Pavement improvements set to start near controversial horsewalk

11 April 2021
Pavement improvements set to start near controversial horsewalk

Pavement improvements set to start near controversial horsewalk

11 April 2021

Work to improve a footpath close to a controversial horsewalk in a Suffolk town is set to get underway tomorrow.


Woman angry after lockdown funeral left grave damaged

09 April 2021
Woman angry after lockdown funeral left grave damaged

Woman angry after lockdown funeral left grave damaged

09 April 2021

A woman, whose parents’ grave was damaged after hundreds of mourners illegally attended a burial in a Suffolk cemetery, has criticised a council.


Coroner sorry for two-year inquest wait

05 April 2021
Coroner sorry for two-year inquest wait

Coroner sorry for two-year inquest wait

05 April 2021

A senior coroner has apologised to a family for the delay in holding the inquest into the death of their 25-year-old son.


Lorry driver lands dream car and £70,000 in cash

01 April 2021
Lorry driver lands dream car and £70,000 in cash

Lorry driver lands dream car and £70,000 in cash

01 April 2021

A Suffolk lorry driver will be upgrading his wheels after scooping a six-figure Jaguar plus £70,000 in cash thanks to a dream car competition.


Death of man who cut throat and refused help ruled as suicide

29 March 2021
Death of man who cut throat and refused help ruled as suicide

Death of man who cut throat and refused help ruled as suicide

29 March 2021

A detective described the injuries suffered by a homeless man who cut his own throat as some of the worst he'd ever seen, an inquest heard.


Man who was thousands of pounds in debt took his own life

16 March 2021
Man who was thousands of pounds in debt took his own life

Man who was thousands of pounds in debt took his own life

16 March 2021

A Suffolk man who was thousands of pounds in debt was found hanged in woodland by a woman who was out walking her dog.


Social housing blocks come under spotlight with residents demanding improvements

15 March 2021
Social housing blocks come under spotlight with residents demanding improvements

Social housing blocks come under spotlight with residents demanding improvements

15 March 2021

The future of two housing estates in Suffolk is to come under the spotlight, with residents calling for major improvements.


Pharmacy warns Boris Johnson not to backtrack on promise to cover Covid costs

14 March 2021
Pharmacy warns Boris Johnson not to backtrack on promise to cover Covid costs

Pharmacy warns Boris Johnson not to backtrack on promise to cover Covid costs

14 March 2021

A pharmacy has joined others across Suffolk in warning the government not to backtrack on promises to cover Covid-19 costs.


Plans drawn up for former middle school site

13 March 2021
Plans drawn up for former middle school site

Plans drawn up for former middle school site

13 March 2021

House building on a former middle school site could begin as early as next year, it has been revealed, after almost a decade of speculation.


£1m at stake as business group wins support for extra term

10 March 2021
£1m at stake as business group wins support for extra term

£1m at stake as business group wins support for extra term

10 March 2021

Councillors have given their overwhelming backing to renewing a town's business improvement district for another five-year term.


One-time Murless assistant writes his first racing thriller

08 March 2021
One-time Murless assistant writes his first racing thriller

One-time Murless assistant writes his first racing thriller

08 March 2021

A one-time assistant trainer is being tipped as a successor to Dick Francis following the publication of his first racing thriller, Last Hurrah.


Joanna is ‘so happy’ after clinching Godolphin award

24 February 2021
Joanna is ‘so happy’ after clinching Godolphin award

Joanna is ‘so happy’ after clinching Godolphin award

24 February 2021

A Suffolk stablelass has been named as the rider/groom of the year at this year's Godolphin Stud and Stable Staff awards.


£280k facelift heralds new era for Citizens' Advice

21 February 2021
£280k facelift heralds new era for Citizens' Advice

£280k facelift heralds new era for Citizens' Advice

21 February 2021

A £280,000 project to refurbish a Suffolk town's children's centre, providing a new base for the town’s Citizens’ Advice Bureau, is under way.


Ex-jockey Charlie Guest dies aged 92

20 February 2021
Ex-jockey Charlie Guest dies aged 92

Ex-jockey Charlie Guest dies aged 92

20 February 2021

Charles Guest, former jockey, trainer, and much-loved patriach of a popular racing family, has died aged 92.