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Police appeal for witnesses after service station worker duped by man pretending to be store manager

09 October 2020
Police appeal for witnesses after service station worker duped by man pretending to be store manager

Police appeal for witnesses after service station worker duped by man pretending to be store manager

09 October 2020

Police are appealing for witnesses after a service station worker was phoned in the early hours by a man pretending to be the store manager.


'Shake it like Shakira': Meet the woman turning her unusual addiction into a 'global' business

09 October 2020
'Shake it like Shakira': Meet the woman turning her unusual addiction into a 'global' business

'Shake it like Shakira': Meet the woman turning her unusual addiction into a 'global' business

09 October 2020

Abby Close is helping people get fit and toned with hula hoops.


Otis rewarded for his 'outstanding' community work

05 October 2020
Otis rewarded for his 'outstanding' community work

Otis rewarded for his 'outstanding' community work

05 October 2020

A community spirited seven-year-old has become the first person to receive a new achievement award.


Entrepreneur creates new app to enable 'table service only' at the click of a button

04 October 2020
Entrepreneur creates new app to enable 'table service only' at the click of a button

Entrepreneur creates new app to enable 'table service only' at the click of a button

04 October 2020

A young entrepreneur is hoping to help pubs, bars and restaurants through the coronavirus crisis with his new app.


'Unwanted' pop-up cycle lanes ‘must be stopped’

04 October 2020
'Unwanted' pop-up cycle lanes ‘must be stopped’

'Unwanted' pop-up cycle lanes ‘must be stopped’

04 October 2020

A disabled mum has blasted council bosses over plans to create new ‘emergency’ pop-up cycle lanes outside her house.


Resident feared she could be 'electrocuted' after workmen removed her bathroom ceiling

03 October 2020
Resident feared she could be 'electrocuted' after workmen removed her bathroom ceiling

Resident feared she could be 'electrocuted' after workmen removed her bathroom ceiling

03 October 2020

A delighted resident has thanked our sister title (the Bury Free Press) after the newspaper stepped in to help out.


Government planning proposals ‘could harm key towns, villages and communities’

02 October 2020
Government planning proposals ‘could harm key towns, villages and communities’

Government planning proposals ‘could harm key towns, villages and communities’

02 October 2020

Proposed changes to the way in which housing is planned and delivered have been met with 'serious concern' by councillors.


Movie fans invited to meet a Gremlin at museum's Sci-Fi exhibition

01 October 2020
Movie fans invited to meet a Gremlin at museum's Sci-Fi exhibition

Movie fans invited to meet a Gremlin at museum's Sci-Fi exhibition

01 October 2020

Movie fans are being invited to meet a 'real' Gremlin at museum's annual Sci-Fi exhibition.


'Emergency' cycle lanes postponed due to safety concerns

30 September 2020
'Emergency' cycle lanes postponed due to safety concerns

'Emergency' cycle lanes postponed due to safety concerns

30 September 2020

Work to create temporary cycle lanes has been put on hold due to safety concerns.


Brain injury hubs reopen after six week ‘Covid trial’ period

30 September 2020
Brain injury hubs reopen after six week ‘Covid trial’ period

Brain injury hubs reopen after six week ‘Covid trial’ period

30 September 2020

A charity which supports people living with brain injury and other neurological conditions is reopening its help hubs.


Junction closure to make way for 'safe cycle and walk path' put on hold after 'furious backlash' from residents

28 September 2020
Junction closure to make way for 'safe cycle and walk path' put on hold after 'furious backlash' from residents

Junction closure to make way for 'safe cycle and walk path' put on hold after 'furious backlash' from residents

28 September 2020

A plan to close a key junction to make way for a 'safe cycle and walking path' has been put on hold after pressure from residents.


'It only took me 61 years and a lockdown to get there'

28 September 2020
'It only took me 61 years and a lockdown to get there'

'It only took me 61 years and a lockdown to get there'

28 September 2020

An author is thrilled to see his schoolboy novel writing ambition come true, aged 76.


Universal Credit claims continue to rise

28 September 2020
Universal Credit claims continue to rise

Universal Credit claims continue to rise

28 September 2020

The number of people claiming Universal Credit has more than doubled between March and August.


Pub beach huts set to be an all year round hit

27 September 2020
Pub beach huts set to be an all year round hit

Pub beach huts set to be an all year round hit

27 September 2020

A set of beach huts at a pub are, so far, proving an all-year-round hit.


Restaurant is 'on the top of the world' thanks to visitor reviews

26 September 2020
Restaurant is 'on the top of the world' thanks to visitor reviews

Restaurant is 'on the top of the world' thanks to visitor reviews

26 September 2020

Reviews from diners have placed a restaurant in the top 10 per cent in the word.


College car park and sports pitch given green-light despite concerns for a threatened bird species

23 September 2020
College car park and sports pitch given green-light despite concerns for a threatened bird species

College car park and sports pitch given green-light despite concerns for a threatened bird species

23 September 2020

Car park and sports pitch given the go-ahead despite concerns it will mean the loss of breeding habitat for a threatened bird species.


This is what the solar system, some reptilian humanoids and a Suffolk town have in common

22 September 2020
This is what the solar system, some reptilian humanoids and a Suffolk town have in common

This is what the solar system, some reptilian humanoids and a Suffolk town have in common

22 September 2020

This is the question posed in a new novel by first-time author Stevie May.


Pub listed in top 10 per cent for visitor reviews worldwide

21 September 2020
Pub listed in top 10 per cent for visitor reviews worldwide

Pub listed in top 10 per cent for visitor reviews worldwide

21 September 2020

A pub landlord and his family are celebrating after winning two awards in one month.


Patient's ‘outrage’ as dentist charges £5 for a face mask

20 September 2020
Patient's ‘outrage’ as dentist charges £5 for a face mask

Patient's ‘outrage’ as dentist charges £5 for a face mask

20 September 2020

A Suffolk dental surgery has been accused of ‘profiteering’ for charging patients £5 for coronavirus face masks.


'We want to keep hope alive for these children', says charity founder

14 September 2020
'We want to keep hope alive for these children', says charity founder

'We want to keep hope alive for these children', says charity founder

14 September 2020

An appeal has been launched to help pay for laptops for children living in the slum districts of the Philippines.