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Could a relief road protect Needham Market?

25 May 2018
Could a relief road protect Needham Market?

Could a relief road protect Needham Market?

25 May 2018

A proposal for a Needham Market relief road will soon be put to the public after a Government funded study.


West Row couple walk 100km for charity which helped them after sister's murder

25 May 2018
West Row couple walk 100km for charity which helped them after sister's murder

West Row couple walk 100km for charity which helped them after sister's murder

25 May 2018

Sarah Butler will be walking 100km tomorrow for the charity which helped her family after her sister was murdered.


Mildenhall's Great Heath Academy gets a ‘big tick’ from Ofsted

23 May 2018
Mildenhall's Great Heath Academy gets a ‘big tick’ from Ofsted

Mildenhall's Great Heath Academy gets a ‘big tick’ from Ofsted

23 May 2018

Great Heath Academy has been rated as Good in all categories in its first Ofsted report since joining the Academy Transformation Trust.


Thieves steal from West Row community garden charity

23 May 2018
Thieves steal from West Row community garden charity

Thieves steal from West Row community garden charity

23 May 2018

A charity is having to increase security at its community garden after thieves stole hundreds of pounds worth of wood preservative.


Children tell the story of Ramadan’s meaning

21 May 2018
Children tell the story of Ramadan’s meaning

Children tell the story of Ramadan’s meaning

21 May 2018

When Bury St Edmunds' Muslim community decided to hold a multi-faith event to explain Ramadan they let their children tell the story.


Cul-de-sac repairs 'abandoned' by county

18 May 2018
Cul-de-sac repairs 'abandoned' by county

Cul-de-sac repairs 'abandoned' by county

18 May 2018

Residents of a cul-de-sac and their county councillor say Suffolk Highways has abandoned their road.


The frustration of not-spot life in Suffolk

18 May 2018
The frustration of not-spot life in Suffolk

The frustration of not-spot life in Suffolk

18 May 2018

The frustration mobile phone not spots cause comes through in comments of people logging them on the British Chambers of Commerce website.


Rescue squadrons' farewell to Lakenheath

15 May 2018
Rescue squadrons' farewell to Lakenheath

Rescue squadrons' farewell to Lakenheath

15 May 2018

The USAF's two rescue helicopter squadrons based at RAF Lakenheath held a farewell event today as they complete their move to Aviano in Italy.


Great 'livestock weather' for South Suffolk Show

14 May 2018
Great 'livestock weather' for South Suffolk Show

Great 'livestock weather' for South Suffolk Show

14 May 2018

While a hot sunny day may pull in the crowds, it is hardly ideal for the main attractions at an agricultural show the livestock.


Drone users warned to check aviation laws

14 May 2018
Drone users warned to check aviation laws

Drone users warned to check aviation laws

14 May 2018

Photographic drone users are being urged to check the law before they take to the air.


Why your opinions are vital in shaping West Suffolk’s boundaries

13 March 2018
Why your opinions are vital in shaping West Suffolk’s boundaries

Why your opinions are vital in shaping West Suffolk’s boundaries

13 March 2018

If changing district and borough council ward boundaries was simply a numbers game the council officers and Boundary Commission would not need your help.


Thief returns Burma Railway veteran Lyle’s precious 100th birthday gift

27 October 2017
Thief returns Burma Railway veteran Lyle’s precious 100th birthday gift

Thief returns Burma Railway veteran Lyle’s precious 100th birthday gift

27 October 2017

A Burma Railway veteran’s 100th birthday gift from his old regiment has been returned to him in the place it was stolen three months ago.


Mildenhall thief steals regiment’s 100th birthday gift to Burma Railway veteran

27 May 2017
Mildenhall thief steals regiment’s 100th birthday gift to Burma Railway veteran

Mildenhall thief steals regiment’s 100th birthday gift to Burma Railway veteran

27 May 2017

The determination that got Lyle Hutley through years in a Japanese prison camp surfaced again when a thief stole a special gift on the eve of his 100th birthday.


Jackie’s mission to fill in sister’s last days in Bury in 1971

18 March 2017
Jackie’s mission to fill in sister’s last days in Bury in 1971

Jackie’s mission to fill in sister’s last days in Bury in 1971

18 March 2017

Jackie Barker was only 15 when her sister was reported missing from her nursing job at West Suffolk Hospital and was 26 when her remains were found.


Witnessing the landfill site search for Corrie McKeague

08 March 2017
Witnessing the landfill site search for Corrie McKeague

Witnessing the landfill site search for Corrie McKeague

08 March 2017

The mud and drizzle alone would make it a hateful job, but then you remember the white overalled police officers are meticulously searching tonnes of five-month old refuse for the body of a young man.


VERDICT: Bereaved mum claims trust and support company failed to ‘do their jobs properly’

22 September 2016
VERDICT: Bereaved mum claims trust and support company failed to ‘do their jobs properly’

VERDICT: Bereaved mum claims trust and support company failed to ‘do their jobs properly’

22 September 2016

When a mum went into her son’s supported home after he died, it was littered with rancid food containers and unused prescription drugs.


Another load of bollards for Beck Row shop family

03 September 2016
Another load of bollards for Beck Row shop family

Another load of bollards for Beck Row shop family

03 September 2016

A family has accused Suffolk County Council of reneging on an agreement not to block access to parking in front of their home.


Grandmother died after 425 mile taxi ride

02 September 2016
Grandmother died after 425 mile taxi ride

Grandmother died after 425 mile taxi ride

02 September 2016

It was a family nightmare when Carol Whymark died about 20 hours after a hotel provided a 425-mile taxi ride home from Scotland where she was taken ill on holiday.


Video: Suffolk Zeppelin raid victims’ relatives mark the centenary

01 April 2016
Video: Suffolk Zeppelin raid victims’ relatives mark the centenary

Video: Suffolk Zeppelin raid victims’ relatives mark the centenary

01 April 2016

A century after they died in one of the first air raids on the UK, the relatives of the nine victims of a Zeppelin raid on Bury St Edmunds and Sudbury remembered them.


UPDATED: Suffolk Police announce cuts in officers, staff and police station access

04 December 2015
UPDATED: Suffolk Police announce cuts in officers, staff and police station access

UPDATED: Suffolk Police announce cuts in officers, staff and police station access

04 December 2015

Suffolk Police have today revealed the changes they will need to make to deliver the £20.5 million savings required by the Government by 2020.