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Man murdered wife with axe before taking his own life, inquest hears

31 July 2015
Man murdered wife with axe before taking his own life, inquest hears

Man murdered wife with axe before taking his own life, inquest hears

31 July 2015

A Long Melford man who murdered his wife before killing himself by jumping from a multi-storey car park in Bury St Edmunds had previously suffered from suicidal thoughts, an inquest heard.


Reopened Rattlesden pub will be ‘for the village’

27 July 2015
Reopened Rattlesden pub will be ‘for the village’

Reopened Rattlesden pub will be ‘for the village’

27 July 2015

The new owner of a Rattlesden pub has said making it a place ‘for the village’ is one of his priorities.


FEATURE: Enthralled by a labour of love

26 July 2015
FEATURE: Enthralled by a labour of love

FEATURE: Enthralled by a labour of love

26 July 2015

The history of Bury St Edmunds’ Theatre Royal has been brought to life on stage this month with an original performance telling its struggle to reopen 50 years ago.


Imaginative designs in Brandon’s blooming barrows

25 July 2015
Imaginative designs in Brandon’s blooming barrows

Imaginative designs in Brandon’s blooming barrows

25 July 2015

Alice in Wonderland, The Wizard of Oz and The Lord of the Rings were among the imaginiative entries for Brandon in Bloom’s second wheelbarrow competition.


Ixworth school’s £4m revamp to end its first year

22 July 2015
Ixworth school’s £4m revamp to end its first year

Ixworth school’s £4m revamp to end its first year

22 July 2015

As its first year draws to a close, an Ixworth school is celebrating the start of the next stage of its £4.4 million pound refurbishment programme.


Riders go extra mile to raise £4k for Bury St Edmunds school

21 July 2015
Riders go extra mile to raise £4k for Bury St Edmunds school

Riders go extra mile to raise £4k for Bury St Edmunds school

21 July 2015

A group of fund-raisers have raised more than £4,000 for a Bury St Edmunds school for children with learning disabilities after tackling a 100km nighttime bike ride.


Bury’s Club Brazilia to reopen with ‘new feel’

17 July 2015
Bury’s Club Brazilia to reopen with ‘new feel’

Bury’s Club Brazilia to reopen with ‘new feel’

17 July 2015

The new managers of a Bury St Edmunds nightclub have said they want to bring it a ‘new lease of life’.


Vintage vinyls and new releases in Bury record store

15 July 2015
Vintage vinyls and new releases in Bury record store

Vintage vinyls and new releases in Bury record store

15 July 2015

A mother and son have opened a new record shop in Bury St Edmunds inspired by one of the country’s most famous vinyl stores.


Tributes to ‘well loved’ Needham Market FC fan

10 July 2015
Tributes to ‘well loved’ Needham Market FC fan

Tributes to ‘well loved’ Needham Market FC fan

10 July 2015

Tributes have been paid to a long-time supporter of Needham Market Football Club who was loved and respected by players and fans alike.


Public consultations to start on Mildenhall Hub plans

07 July 2015
Public consultations to start on Mildenhall Hub plans

Public consultations to start on Mildenhall Hub plans

07 July 2015

Public consultations are to begin next month on a multi million pound project to bring together public services in Mildenhall.


REVIEW: Tom Odell shows great musical diversity at Thetford Forest show

06 July 2015
REVIEW: Tom Odell shows great musical diversity at Thetford Forest show

REVIEW: Tom Odell shows great musical diversity at Thetford Forest show

06 July 2015

Singer-songwriter Tom Odell showed a growing love and mastery of live performance during his show in Thetford Forest on July 5.


Thetford lads’ hiking challenge raises £5k for children’s ward

05 July 2015
Thetford lads’ hiking challenge raises £5k for children’s ward

Thetford lads’ hiking challenge raises £5k for children’s ward

05 July 2015

A group of intrepid Thetford fund-raisers who attempted the Three Peaks Challange in aid of West Suffolk Hospital has returned successful - and raised more than £5,000.


Mildenhall girl’s gift to her late father

05 July 2015
Mildenhall girl’s gift to her late father

Mildenhall girl’s gift to her late father

05 July 2015

A Mildenhall teenager who mounted a fund-raising effort to get her late father a headstone as a Father’s Day gift has seen her dream realised.


‘Extraordinary’ mother and grandmother’s devotion to Thetford community remembered

29 June 2015
‘Extraordinary’ mother and grandmother’s devotion to Thetford community remembered

‘Extraordinary’ mother and grandmother’s devotion to Thetford community remembered

29 June 2015

A Thetford community hero who dedicated four decades to serving the town has been remembered by her husband as an ‘extraordinary woman’.


West Row aiming for award in county-wide competition

27 June 2015
West Row aiming for award in county-wide competition

West Row aiming for award in county-wide competition

27 June 2015

Community leaders in West Row are asking for help from residents to spur the village on in a county-wide competition.


Packed autumn season at Bury St Edmunds’ Theatre Royal promises variety

26 June 2015
Packed autumn season at Bury St Edmunds’ Theatre Royal promises variety

Packed autumn season at Bury St Edmunds’ Theatre Royal promises variety

26 June 2015

With its spring season still in full swing, the Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds has announced an equally exciting autumn line-up.


Football fans get on their bikes for Bury Town FC and breast cancer charity

11 June 2015
Football fans get on their bikes for Bury Town FC and breast cancer charity

Football fans get on their bikes for Bury Town FC and breast cancer charity

11 June 2015

Supporters of Bury Town Football Club are getting on their bikes for charity - riding home from Bury Football Club in Lancashire.


Mildenhall primary school to become academy by September

10 June 2015
Mildenhall primary school to become academy by September

Mildenhall primary school to become academy by September

10 June 2015

A Mildenhall headteacher whose school is soon to become an academy has labelled the change as an ‘exciting opportunity’.


Green-fingered Thetford volunteers to create communal garden for town

10 June 2015
Green-fingered Thetford volunteers to create communal garden for town

Green-fingered Thetford volunteers to create communal garden for town

10 June 2015

A group of green-fingered volunteers from Thetford are embarking on a project to create a communal garden for the town after being leased land by the council.


Thetford gym owner deflated after thieves take specialist protein powders worth £2,500

09 June 2015
Thetford gym owner deflated after thieves take specialist protein powders worth £2,500

Thetford gym owner deflated after thieves take specialist protein powders worth £2,500

09 June 2015

A Thetford gym owner said he feels he has ‘let his customers down’ after a ram-raid, in which £2,500 worth of specialist protein powders were stolen, prevented him from opening.