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Work gets under way on McDonald’s drive-through

28 July 2021
Work gets under way on McDonald’s drive-through

Work gets under way on McDonald’s drive-through

28 July 2021

Builders have started work on a new Suffolk McDonald's drive-through, which the fast food company said would be open by the end of the year.


Art exhibition matches previous year’s brush with success

25 July 2021
Art exhibition matches previous year’s brush with success

Art exhibition matches previous year’s brush with success

25 July 2021

A church in Gazeley has hosted its second art exhibition and showcased the work of local artists.


Families explore wonders of wildlife at nature reserve

25 July 2021
Families explore wonders of wildlife at nature reserve

Families explore wonders of wildlife at nature reserve

25 July 2021

A nature reserve has hosted an open weekend to coincide with activities, a safari and census taking.


Green business takes charge

24 July 2021
Green business takes charge

Green business takes charge

24 July 2021

Kids Quads, which is built on the foundations of being eco-friendly, has opened a new showroom.


Nightclubs ready to rebound as all restrictions lifted

23 July 2021
Nightclubs ready to rebound as all restrictions lifted

Nightclubs ready to rebound as all restrictions lifted

23 July 2021

Nightclubs across Suffolk are looking for a revival of fortunes as customers make their long-awaited return to the county's night life hotspots.


Supermarket collaborates with customer for fundraiser

22 July 2021
Supermarket collaborates with customer for fundraiser

Supermarket collaborates with customer for fundraiser

22 July 2021

A supermarket has got together with a terminally ill customer to raise money for a great cause.


Dog's exercise plan offers new lease of life

21 July 2021
Dog's exercise plan offers new lease of life

Dog's exercise plan offers new lease of life

21 July 2021

A dog has lost almost one quarter of its bodyweight after being placed on a new diet and exercise regime.


Town’s tea shop bags award

20 July 2021
Town’s tea shop bags award

Town’s tea shop bags award

20 July 2021

A teashop has picked up an award for its work with an apprentice, who has since been offered a full-time role with the company.


Last call for soap box entries

14 July 2021
Last call for soap box entries

Last call for soap box entries

14 July 2021

The deadline for entries in to this annual fun-filled event has been extended as organisers remain confident of surpassing 2019 tally.


Walking through the pages of history

01 July 2021
Walking through the pages of history

Walking through the pages of history

01 July 2021

Park's weekend event comes alive with characters stepping out of the ages of history to provide an educational family day out.


Park is battle-ready for history day

25 June 2021
Park is battle-ready for history day

Park is battle-ready for history day

25 June 2021

Get ready for gunpowder, clashes of steel and fascinating historical re-enactments starting tomorrow.


Cyclist struck on the head by man on e-scooter

25 June 2021
Cyclist struck on the head by man on e-scooter

Cyclist struck on the head by man on e-scooter

25 June 2021

A cyclist has been assaulted by two men on an e-scooter after he was struck on the back of the head.


Boy, 10, walks 100km to help fund research into his brother's health condition

25 June 2021
Boy, 10, walks 100km to help fund research into his brother's health condition

Boy, 10, walks 100km to help fund research into his brother's health condition

25 June 2021

A boy has walked 100km to raise money for research that could change his brother’s life.


Councillor speaks out after 'harrowing' stabbing

20 June 2021
Councillor speaks out after 'harrowing' stabbing

Councillor speaks out after 'harrowing' stabbing

20 June 2021

Councillor Peter Thompson speaks out after 'harrowing' stabbing incident that has 'irrevocably changed lives'


Driver hospitalised after car leaves road

20 June 2021
Driver hospitalised after car leaves road

Driver hospitalised after car leaves road

20 June 2021

A driver has been taken to hospital after his car left the road and ended up in bushes.


Global star Rick Wakeman is made a CBE

15 June 2021
Global star Rick Wakeman is made a CBE

Global star Rick Wakeman is made a CBE

15 June 2021

"I thought it was a hoax", said Rick Wakeman after learning of his inclusion on the honours list.


‘I had to bury my best friend ... it was so hard to leave him’

11 June 2021
‘I had to bury my best friend ... it was so hard to leave him’

‘I had to bury my best friend ... it was so hard to leave him’

11 June 2021

Veteran Alan King found the grandchildren of the friend he had to leave behind, decades after the war had ended.


Burglar is sentenced for six-week spree

08 June 2021
Burglar is sentenced for six-week spree

Burglar is sentenced for six-week spree

08 June 2021

A burglar serving a jail term has had his sentence extended after being found guilty of a further 13 offences.


Approval of chicken shed plans fuels fears over HGV issues

26 May 2021
Approval of chicken shed plans fuels fears over HGV issues

Approval of chicken shed plans fuels fears over HGV issues

26 May 2021

Plans for chicken sheds housing almost 40,000 birds could reignite an HGV debate that has been running for years.


International artist opens new gallery

20 May 2021
International artist opens new gallery

International artist opens new gallery

20 May 2021

From Qatar to Stonham Aspal - the artist who always keeps his eyes on the skyline.