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Toppling tombstones a danger in town cemetery

13 January 2022
Toppling tombstones a danger in town cemetery

Toppling tombstones a danger in town cemetery

13 January 2022

Toppling gravestones and memorials in a Suffolk cemetery could cost a council up to £20,000 to make safe.


'Discussion over our breakfast table would include how much pressure is required to strangle someone'

11 January 2022
'Discussion over our breakfast table would include how much pressure is required to strangle someone'

'Discussion over our breakfast table would include how much pressure is required to strangle someone'

11 January 2022

Best selling author Felix Francis talks about his latest racing thriller and his experiences writing with his famous father.


Author appeals for help to find grave of one of racing’s greats

09 January 2022
Author appeals for help to find grave of one of racing’s greats

Author appeals for help to find grave of one of racing’s greats

09 January 2022

A racing historian has made an appeal in his search for the grave of renowned Edwardian race horse Sceptre.


Crossing row on course for ‘costly’ third public inquiry

07 January 2022
Crossing row on course for ‘costly’ third public inquiry

Crossing row on course for ‘costly’ third public inquiry

07 January 2022

A war of words erupted after a third inquiry was ordered in to a much-used rail foot crossing.

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Paralysed jockey wins case against fellow rider over fall

31 December 2021
Paralysed jockey wins case against fellow rider over fall

Paralysed jockey wins case against fellow rider over fall

31 December 2021

A paralysed jockey has called for tough action on dangerous riding after High Court judge's decision.


Inquest opens into death of man who fell from the second floor of a Suffolk pub

22 December 2021
Inquest opens into death of man who fell from the second floor of a Suffolk pub

Inquest opens into death of man who fell from the second floor of a Suffolk pub

22 December 2021

An inquest has been opened and adjourned into the death of a man who fell from a second floor window in a Suffolk pub.


New operating theatres at hospital get go-ahead despite objections from neighbours

15 December 2021
New operating theatres at hospital get go-ahead despite objections from neighbours

New operating theatres at hospital get go-ahead despite objections from neighbours

15 December 2021

Plans for two operating theatres and a 32-bed inpatient ward at a hospital have been given the green light.


Warning over potential consequences after air ambulance subject of laser attacks

15 December 2021
Warning over potential consequences after air ambulance subject of laser attacks

Warning over potential consequences after air ambulance subject of laser attacks

15 December 2021

A life-saving air ambulance has been the subject of two laser attacks.


Legal issues holding up £8m historic hotel revamp

10 December 2021
Legal issues holding up £8m historic hotel revamp

Legal issues holding up £8m historic hotel revamp

10 December 2021

A project to redevelop an iconic hotel has been on hold for two years while the owner waits for council lawyers to sort out legal restrictions.


High Court judge to deliver verdict on racing fall that left jockey partially paralysed before Christmas

09 December 2021
High Court judge to deliver verdict on racing fall that left jockey partially paralysed before Christmas

High Court judge to deliver verdict on racing fall that left jockey partially paralysed before Christmas

09 December 2021

The racing fall that left jockey Freddy Tylicki partially paralysed was completely avoidable, a court has been told.


Building fears see convenience store forced to shut

08 December 2021
Building fears see convenience store forced to shut

Building fears see convenience store forced to shut

08 December 2021

A newsagent and convenience store has been forced to shut down because the building it is in was said to be structurally unsafe.


Drug addict found dead in his bedroom, inquest told

06 December 2021
Drug addict found dead in his bedroom, inquest told

Drug addict found dead in his bedroom, inquest told

06 December 2021

A heroin addict, who had abused drugs for more than 20 years, was found dead in his bedroom, an inquest heard.


Controversial training yard denied licence by BHA

27 November 2021
Controversial training yard denied licence by BHA

Controversial training yard denied licence by BHA

27 November 2021

Plans for a state-of-the-art training facility have been put on hold after failing to gain approval from the British Horseracing Authority.


'It was mayhem': Residents' anger as cars damaged after drivers ignore official diversion route

26 November 2021
'It was mayhem': Residents' anger as cars damaged after drivers ignore official diversion route

'It was mayhem': Residents' anger as cars damaged after drivers ignore official diversion route

26 November 2021

Residents were left fuming after motorists ignored road closure signs and used their narrow street as an unofficial diversion.


Rats on estate a growing problem, say householders

25 November 2021
Rats on estate a growing problem, say householders

Rats on estate a growing problem, say householders

25 November 2021

Residents of a Suffolk estate are being plagued by rats.


Veteran trainer honoured to receive special merit award

20 November 2021
Veteran trainer honoured to receive special merit award

Veteran trainer honoured to receive special merit award

20 November 2021

The home of horseracing's most senior trainer has been recognised for his contribution to his sport with a special award.


Family and friends say goodbye to popular teenager

19 November 2021
Family and friends say goodbye to popular teenager

Family and friends say goodbye to popular teenager

19 November 2021

Family and friends have packed Newmarket's St Mary's church to say their farewells to teenager Niall Kavanagh.


Shock as woman’s ‘anxiety’ cough was terminal cancer

19 November 2021
Shock as woman’s ‘anxiety’ cough was terminal cancer

Shock as woman’s ‘anxiety’ cough was terminal cancer

19 November 2021

The family of a woman who died of lung cancer, after being told her cough was due to anxiety, believe more should have been done to diagnose her.


Beauty specialist killed by drink driver remembered by football team's new kit

15 November 2021
Beauty specialist killed by drink driver remembered by football team's new kit

Beauty specialist killed by drink driver remembered by football team's new kit

15 November 2021

The life of a young beauty therapist, who was killed in a crash when a drunk driver smashed into her, has been celebrated by a boys’ football team.


The stone sentinels which forever bear witness to our lost generations

14 November 2021
The stone sentinels which forever bear witness to our lost generations

The stone sentinels which forever bear witness to our lost generations

14 November 2021

They are testaments to the Fallen but they barely fade, standing sentinel bearing witness to the sacrifices made by lost generations.