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Village shop and post office set to open after flash flood

24 March 2021
Village shop and post office set to open after flash flood

Village shop and post office set to open after flash flood

24 March 2021

Nine months on from a ‘tsunami’ flash flood, a business is poised to re-open its doors.


Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds reveals re-opening date

23 March 2021
Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds reveals re-opening date

Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds reveals re-opening date

23 March 2021

A historic theatre is preparing to re-open after being closed for more than a year.


Popular outdoor concerts are postponed to June 2022

22 March 2021
Popular outdoor concerts are postponed to June 2022

Popular outdoor concerts are postponed to June 2022

22 March 2021

The Forest Live outdoor concerts due to be held at this summer have been postponed to June 2022, it was announced today.


South Suffolk Show cancelled again

22 March 2021
South Suffolk Show cancelled again

South Suffolk Show cancelled again

22 March 2021

An agricultural show held annually has been cancelled for a second year due to continuing uncertainty surrounding Covid-19 lockdown restrictions.


‘When will we get our new resident parking spaces?’

22 March 2021
‘When will we get our new resident parking spaces?’

‘When will we get our new resident parking spaces?’

22 March 2021

Residents of a heavily-oversubscribed parking zone are questioning when 30 promised new spaces will be ready to use.


Mum-of-two speaks about mental health challenges and the importance of opening up to others

21 March 2021
Mum-of-two speaks about mental health challenges and the importance of opening up to others

Mum-of-two speaks about mental health challenges and the importance of opening up to others

21 March 2021

A mother who survived sexual abuse, breast cancer treatment and her daughter’s leukaemia is calling for people to keep talking about mental health.


Drive-thru mass Covid vaccination pilot a success

17 March 2021
Drive-thru mass Covid vaccination pilot a success

Drive-thru mass Covid vaccination pilot a success

17 March 2021

A trial drive-thru mass Covid-19 vaccination pilot saw nearly 2,300 people receive their immunisation in one day.


Teardrop installation at Cathedral to mark anniversary

16 March 2021
Teardrop installation at Cathedral to mark anniversary

Teardrop installation at Cathedral to mark anniversary

16 March 2021

Hundreds of glass tealight holders to be suspended under tower to mark the first anniversary of the national lockdown.


Planning inspector dismisses appeal for flats and shops on shopping centre site

12 March 2021
Planning inspector dismisses appeal for flats and shops on shopping centre site

Planning inspector dismisses appeal for flats and shops on shopping centre site

12 March 2021

Campaigners against plans for a ‘monolithic’ shopping centre redevelopment are celebrating after a planning appeal was dismissed.


Colin raises thousands for veterans charity after completing Captain Tom-style walk

09 March 2021
Colin raises thousands for veterans charity after completing Captain Tom-style walk

Colin raises thousands for veterans charity after completing Captain Tom-style walk

09 March 2021

A pensioner who took on a Captain Tom-style challenge to raise charity funds and to mark his wedding anniversary has completed his effort.


Cyclist Norman, 99, helps to boost event total to £175,000

27 February 2021
Cyclist Norman, 99, helps to boost event total to £175,000

Cyclist Norman, 99, helps to boost event total to £175,000

27 February 2021

A 99-year-old charity cyclist is delighted an annual fund-raiser he regularly takes part in topped £175,000 in 2020.


Mum’s thanks to hospitals for saving son’s life

27 February 2021
Mum’s thanks to hospitals for saving son’s life

Mum’s thanks to hospitals for saving son’s life

27 February 2021

The mum of a premature baby has spoken out to thank the neonatal intensive care units of two hospitals for saving her son’s life.


Lipstick, locks and cocktail bar are recipe for success

26 February 2021
Lipstick, locks and cocktail bar are recipe for success

Lipstick, locks and cocktail bar are recipe for success

26 February 2021

Locks, lashes, brows and nails in need of some attention when lockdown restrictions ease can be preened at a new salon set to open this spring.


‘Constructive’ meeting over giant £120m greenhouse

25 February 2021
‘Constructive’ meeting over giant £120m greenhouse

‘Constructive’ meeting over giant £120m greenhouse

25 February 2021

The developers of a giant £120 million greenhouse say they have met residents to discuss their concerns about the project.


Colin’s 63 laps for 63 years of marriage

21 February 2021
Colin’s 63 laps for 63 years of marriage

Colin’s 63 laps for 63 years of marriage

21 February 2021

When a pensioner lost his sight, he decided to get walking to raise funds for charity and to celebrate his own love story.


Traffic concerns over proposals for 1,375 new homes

20 February 2021
Traffic concerns over proposals for 1,375 new homes

Traffic concerns over proposals for 1,375 new homes

20 February 2021

Opinions are sought on amended plans for a major 1,375-home development.


It's going, going and nearly gone for former bank

19 February 2021
It's going, going and nearly gone for former bank

It's going, going and nearly gone for former bank

19 February 2021

Demolition work progresses on former Lloyds bank building ahead of flats development


Teacher, cricket club captain and author dies

18 February 2021
Teacher, cricket club captain and author dies

Teacher, cricket club captain and author dies

18 February 2021

A former cricket club captain and English teacher has died aged 89, after contracting Covid-19.


Police thank public for their help as teenager found

16 February 2021
Police thank public for their help as teenager found

Police thank public for their help as teenager found

16 February 2021

A missing 16-year-old teenage boy has been located.


Appeal for action on HGVs cutting through estate

13 February 2021
Appeal for action on HGVs cutting through estate

Appeal for action on HGVs cutting through estate

13 February 2021

Residents of a housing estate are calling for action to stop heavy goods vehicles cutting through residential areas.