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Calls to ‘bring rail loops back into use’ to create direct service

23 July 2022
Calls to ‘bring rail loops back into use’ to create direct service

Calls to ‘bring rail loops back into use’ to create direct service

23 July 2022

A council is looking to secure funding to re-open a piece of rail infrastructure which would provide a direct service between key destinations.


Police warning after purse theft

22 July 2022
Police warning after purse theft

Police warning after purse theft

22 July 2022

Police have warned the public to be vigilant after a purse was stolen in the High Street.


Cheers for 'amazing' teacher as horse race is named in her honour

22 July 2022
Cheers for 'amazing' teacher as horse race is named in her honour

Cheers for 'amazing' teacher as horse race is named in her honour

22 July 2022

Pupils and parents celebrated a teacher, who was leaving after 15 years, after arranging for a race to be sponsored in her name.


Plans for Costa drive through approved

21 July 2022
Plans for Costa drive through approved

Plans for Costa drive through approved

21 July 2022

An application for a Costa drive through was accepted by the planning authorities yesterday.


Man found guilty of sexual activity with a child

20 July 2022
Man found guilty of sexual activity with a child

Man found guilty of sexual activity with a child

20 July 2022

A man has been found guilty of sexual activity with a child after a trial at Ipswich Crown Court.


Decision taken to cancel market due to heatwave

18 July 2022
Decision taken to cancel market due to heatwave

Decision taken to cancel market due to heatwave

18 July 2022

A town's market has been cancelled due to the heatwave which is affecting the country today and tomorrow.


Campaigners hope rail crossing saga could be coming to halt

18 July 2022
Campaigners hope rail crossing saga could be coming to halt

Campaigners hope rail crossing saga could be coming to halt

18 July 2022

Campaigners who have fought a six-year battle to keep a rail crossing open are hoping the long-running saga is finally coming to an end.


Eight crews called to large field fire

17 July 2022
Eight crews called to large field fire

Eight crews called to large field fire

17 July 2022

Several fire crews tackled a 10-acre field blaze for almost two hours.


Schools close due to heatwave

17 July 2022
Schools close due to heatwave

Schools close due to heatwave

17 July 2022

Two schools in the region have decided to close on Monday and Tuesday due to the incoming heatwave.


Major collision involving two motor homes on A14

17 July 2022
Major collision involving two motor homes on A14

Major collision involving two motor homes on A14

17 July 2022

Traffic is at a standstill after a major collision involving two motor homes between junctions 37 and 39 on the A14


Man attacked in racially aggravated assault

17 July 2022
Man attacked in racially aggravated assault

Man attacked in racially aggravated assault

17 July 2022

A man in his 60s has suffered facial fractures after being kicked in the head and face in a racially aggravated assault.


Field fire tackled by fire fighters

17 July 2022
Field fire tackled by fire fighters

Field fire tackled by fire fighters

17 July 2022

A crop has been destroyed by a field fire attended by five fire crews.


Meet Lauren who is taking on new lead role at estate agent office

17 July 2022
Meet Lauren who is taking on new lead role at estate agent office

Meet Lauren who is taking on new lead role at estate agent office

17 July 2022

An estate agent who started out studying film has been promoted to a starring role in one of her company's Suffolk offices.


Family give evidence in sexual assault trial

14 July 2022
Family give evidence in sexual assault trial

Family give evidence in sexual assault trial

14 July 2022

Family members of a 14-year-old girl have given evidence in the trial of a man accused of sexual assault.


Plans for holiday pods at historic pub are approved

13 July 2022
Plans for holiday pods at historic pub are approved

Plans for holiday pods at historic pub are approved

13 July 2022

An application to build glamping pods at a 160-year-old pub have been given the go-ahead.


'Dude, where's my par' team to take on longest day golf challenge

10 July 2022
'Dude, where's my par' team to take on longest day golf challenge

'Dude, where's my par' team to take on longest day golf challenge

10 July 2022

Three friends will soon be teeing off for a marathon four-rounds of golf in a single day in the hope of raising money for charity.


Ladies Day ready to return in style to kick-start festival

04 July 2022
Ladies Day ready to return in style to kick-start festival

Ladies Day ready to return in style to kick-start festival

04 July 2022

Ladies Day will kick-start the long-awaited return of the July Festival at Newmarket’s July Race course after two years away.


Heated debate erupts at council meeting over vote

02 July 2022
Heated debate erupts at council meeting over vote

Heated debate erupts at council meeting over vote

02 July 2022

A dispute broke out at a town council meeting after a vote was retaken in the absence of committee members.


'It's like a shadow or a presence': Landlady convinced ghosts are behind glasses exploding at pub

02 July 2022
'It's like a shadow or a presence': Landlady convinced ghosts are behind glasses exploding at pub

'It's like a shadow or a presence': Landlady convinced ghosts are behind glasses exploding at pub

02 July 2022

A pub landlady thinks that a ghost is behind unexplained incidents of glasses moving and smashing.


CCTV image released after criminal damage incident at hospital

01 July 2022
CCTV image released after criminal damage incident at hospital

CCTV image released after criminal damage incident at hospital

01 July 2022

Police are appealing for information relating to an incident of criminal damage and public disorder.