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Inquest told how man died in street after fighting off the paramedics trying to save his life

18 November 2020
Inquest told how man died in street after fighting off the paramedics trying to save his life

Inquest told how man died in street after fighting off the paramedics trying to save his life

18 November 2020

An inquest has been opened and adjourned into the death of a man who stabbed himself in the neck and died despite efforts to save him.


Nationwide plan for Powters as sales of popular sausages go online

18 November 2020
Nationwide plan for Powters as sales of popular sausages go online

Nationwide plan for Powters as sales of popular sausages go online

18 November 2020

A family-run butchers has gone online for the first time, offering its famous sausages and fresh meat for delivery nationwide.


Man avoids jail after trying to arrange meet with 10-year-old girl

13 November 2020
Man avoids jail after trying to arrange meet with 10-year-old girl

Man avoids jail after trying to arrange meet with 10-year-old girl

13 November 2020

A man who, a court was told, fantasised about watching a child undress has been given a suspended jail term.


Racing icon Lester Piggott nets over £95,000 through a sale of his trophies and memorabilia

10 November 2020
Racing icon Lester Piggott nets over £95,000 through a sale of his trophies and memorabilia

Racing icon Lester Piggott nets over £95,000 through a sale of his trophies and memorabilia

10 November 2020

Derby trophies won by racing legend Lester Piggott were the most sought after lots at an online auction of memorabilia collected by the racing icon.


A new start for Billy, thanks to the kindness of strangers

09 November 2020
A new start for Billy, thanks to the kindness of strangers

A new start for Billy, thanks to the kindness of strangers

09 November 2020

A homeless teenager, who moved to a new town and lived in a tent for three months, now has a job and a home after being given a helping hand.


New gates planned for cemetery as council bids to stamp out anti-social behaviour

08 November 2020
New gates planned for cemetery as council bids to stamp out anti-social behaviour

New gates planned for cemetery as council bids to stamp out anti-social behaviour

08 November 2020

A council has agreed to spend more than £4,500 on new solar-powered gates at a cemetery in a bid to improve security at the site.


Five cases of coronavirus at academy as headteacher urges concerned parents to get in touch

05 November 2020
Five cases of coronavirus at academy as headteacher urges concerned parents to get in touch

Five cases of coronavirus at academy as headteacher urges concerned parents to get in touch

05 November 2020

The head of a Suffolk secondary school has urged parents anxious about coronavirus cases in the school to get in contact about their concerns.


Relief for world famous bloodstock auctioneers as government regulations allow sales to start on November 23

04 November 2020
Relief for world famous bloodstock auctioneers as government regulations allow sales to start on November 23

Relief for world famous bloodstock auctioneers as government regulations allow sales to start on November 23

04 November 2020

Newmarket bloodstock auctioneer Tattersalls has confirmed the December Sales will go ahead at Park Paddocks as scheduled starting on November 23.


Bloodstock company Tattersalls is exploring all options in a bid to hold its busy December Sales before Christmas

02 November 2020
Bloodstock company Tattersalls is exploring all options in a bid to hold its busy December Sales before Christmas

Bloodstock company Tattersalls is exploring all options in a bid to hold its busy December Sales before Christmas

02 November 2020

Bloodstock auctioneer Tattersalls is exploring its options for holding this year's December Sales set to start later this month.


Council hits out at £10k ‘bill’ to fund parking zones

30 October 2020
Council hits out at £10k ‘bill’ to fund parking zones

Council hits out at £10k ‘bill’ to fund parking zones

30 October 2020

A council has hit out at suggestions that if residents want local parking zones it should pay at least £10,000 towards the scheme.


Students’ skatepark vision realised

28 October 2020
Students’ skatepark vision realised

Students’ skatepark vision realised

28 October 2020

Lighting and security cameras have been installed at the newly opened skatepark marking the completion of a three-year project.


Back to square one as plans fall through for historic town yard

26 October 2020
Back to square one as plans fall through for historic town yard

Back to square one as plans fall through for historic town yard

26 October 2020

The sorry saga of a historic racing yard described this week as a problem that had ‘plagued’ a town for more than 30 years looks set to continue.


Family’s farewell to ‘caring and generous’ Dave Hawes

26 October 2020
Family’s farewell to ‘caring and generous’ Dave Hawes

Family’s farewell to ‘caring and generous’ Dave Hawes

26 October 2020

Tributes have been paid to Dave Hawes, a long-standing and popular member the racing community, who lost his battle with cancer on Friday.


Racing icon puts 70 historic trophies up for sale

21 October 2020
Racing icon puts 70 historic trophies up for sale

Racing icon puts 70 historic trophies up for sale

21 October 2020

Lester Piggott has put trophies and personal items up for sale including two of his record nine Derby winning trophies.


Plans for memorial to stalwart who dedicated 18 years to St John Ambulance

20 October 2020
Plans for memorial to stalwart who dedicated 18 years to St John Ambulance

Plans for memorial to stalwart who dedicated 18 years to St John Ambulance

20 October 2020

Members of a St John Ambulance group are hoping to install a memorial to a former president who died in August after 18 years with the organisation.


The shocking case of the heiress who was battered to death in her Suffolk home

19 October 2020
The shocking case of the heiress who was battered to death in her Suffolk home

The shocking case of the heiress who was battered to death in her Suffolk home

19 October 2020

The remarkable life of Rachel Parsons only began to emerge after she was bludgeoned to death in a killing with shocked the nation.


Plan submitted to transform town’s historic church

18 October 2020
Plan submitted to transform town’s historic church

Plan submitted to transform town’s historic church

18 October 2020

Plans have been submitted for a £1 million project which would see a parish church transformed into a community hub.


Millions of guineas change hands at Tattersalls top yearling sale

17 October 2020
Millions of guineas change hands at Tattersalls top yearling sale

Millions of guineas change hands at Tattersalls top yearling sale

17 October 2020

A daughter of the world’s pre-eminent stallion, Galileo, set the sale ring alight as she became the highest priced yearling filly sold this year.


Council agrees to pursue plan for local history museum for town

16 October 2020
Council agrees to pursue plan for local history museum for town

Council agrees to pursue plan for local history museum for town

16 October 2020

Councillors have joined forces with members of a local history society and residents in a bid to establish a new museum for a Suffolk town.


'It’s not local justice', says former lawyer who saw schoolgirl crash

11 October 2020
'It’s not local justice', says former lawyer who saw schoolgirl crash

'It’s not local justice', says former lawyer who saw schoolgirl crash

11 October 2020

An ex-lawyer called as a witnesses in the a relating to an incident in where a girl lost part of her leg has hit out at the state of the courts.