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Beauty salon’s expansion will benefit men in Clare too

09 October 2015
Beauty salon’s expansion will benefit men in Clare too

Beauty salon’s expansion will benefit men in Clare too

09 October 2015

Equality is about to hit Clare’s high street with a ladies beauty salon making way for a men’s.


Police Bravery Awards for officers who saved man’s life in Bury St Edmunds

08 October 2015
Police Bravery Awards for officers who saved man’s life in Bury St Edmunds

Police Bravery Awards for officers who saved man’s life in Bury St Edmunds

08 October 2015

Two officers are to receive Police Bravery Awards for saving the life of a man who was threatening to throw himself under a train in Bury St Edmunds last year.


Police seek named suspect after assault at Bury St Edmunds pub

07 October 2015
Police seek named suspect after assault at Bury St Edmunds pub

Police seek named suspect after assault at Bury St Edmunds pub

07 October 2015

Police are seeking a named suspect after a man was wounded at the Greengage pub in Bury St Edmunds on Sunday.


Suffolk councils agree response to consultation on proposed court closures

06 October 2015
Suffolk councils agree response to consultation on proposed court closures

Suffolk councils agree response to consultation on proposed court closures

06 October 2015

Councillors want six months to consider alternatives to the proposed closure of two Suffolk magistrates’ courts before a final decision is made.


UPDATE: Train cancellations after body found near Needham Market station

05 October 2015
UPDATE: Train cancellations after body found near Needham Market station

UPDATE: Train cancellations after body found near Needham Market station

05 October 2015

Train services at Needham Market have been cancelled due to the discovery of a body on the line.


Bury St Edmunds mum’s ‘forever baby’ inspires petition to help people with lifelong disabilities

03 October 2015
Bury St Edmunds mum’s ‘forever baby’ inspires petition to help people with lifelong disabilities

Bury St Edmunds mum’s ‘forever baby’ inspires petition to help people with lifelong disabilities

03 October 2015

A woman whose severely disabled daughter was asked to attend a benefits interview, despite being unable to talk, is campaigning for a national register for people with lifelong disabilities.


Still time to have your say on development brief for Barrow

01 October 2015
Still time to have your say on development brief for Barrow

Still time to have your say on development brief for Barrow

01 October 2015

A public consultation on the draft development brief for Barrow’s final Rural Vision 2031 allocation of homes will come to an end next Sunday (October 11).


Crews tackle building fire in Bury St Edmunds

01 October 2015
Crews tackle building fire in Bury St Edmunds

Crews tackle building fire in Bury St Edmunds

01 October 2015

Multiple fire crews tackled a building fire in Bury St Edmunds on Tuesday.


Wind turbine for Haverhill fails at appeal

29 September 2015
Wind turbine for Haverhill fails at appeal

Wind turbine for Haverhill fails at appeal

29 September 2015

A controversial planning application for a wind turbine near Haverhill’s Ladygate Wood has lost at appeal - because it did not have the support of local people.


Tributes to former Archdeacon of Suffolk and Ipswich

28 September 2015
Tributes to former Archdeacon of Suffolk and Ipswich

Tributes to former Archdeacon of Suffolk and Ipswich

28 September 2015

Tributes have been pouring in for a senior Church of England clergyman who served Suffolk for three decades.


FEATURE: Watch out Robin Hood, Laura Smith’s in town...

26 September 2015
FEATURE: Watch out Robin Hood, Laura Smith’s in town...

FEATURE: Watch out Robin Hood, Laura Smith’s in town...

26 September 2015

What I knew about archery prior to visiting Explore 4x4 at its new home in Elveden was based on scenes from films like Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves.


REVIEW: Lee Mead charms and delights audience members in Bury St Edmunds

25 September 2015
REVIEW: Lee Mead charms and delights audience members in Bury St Edmunds

REVIEW: Lee Mead charms and delights audience members in Bury St Edmunds

25 September 2015

Singer Lee Mead charmed the socks off a near sell-out crowd at The Apex in Bury St Edmunds on Saturday.


Brandon firm produces hard-hitting video for Bury St Edmunds Conference on Coercive Control

24 September 2015
Brandon firm produces hard-hitting video for Bury St Edmunds Conference on Coercive Control

Brandon firm produces hard-hitting video for Bury St Edmunds Conference on Coercive Control

24 September 2015

A Brandon firm has created a short, hard-hitting video to be screened in Bury St Edmunds next month during a conference on coercive control - a new domestic abuse offence.


Sweet day at the office for Greene King’s Bury St Edmunds staff

24 September 2015
Sweet day at the office for Greene King’s Bury St Edmunds staff

Sweet day at the office for Greene King’s Bury St Edmunds staff

24 September 2015

Employees at Greene King’s head office and brewery in Bury St Edmunds have raised more than £600 for their charity partner, Macmillan Cancer Support, by holding a World’s Biggest Coffee Morning.


Needham Market stab victim took own life, inquest hears

21 September 2015
Needham Market stab victim took own life, inquest hears

Needham Market stab victim took own life, inquest hears

21 September 2015

A man found dead at his home in Needham Market last year took his own life, an inquest has heard.


Cabinet approves WSOH consultation and bin fees

12 September 2015
Cabinet approves WSOH consultation and bin fees

Cabinet approves WSOH consultation and bin fees

12 September 2015

Councillors have given support to a scheme which will see West Suffolk residents charged between £35 and £50 a year for their brown bins.


Bardwell family’s terrifying ordeal

12 September 2015
Bardwell family’s terrifying ordeal

Bardwell family’s terrifying ordeal

12 September 2015

A routine shopping trip turned into a terrifying ordeal for one Bardwell family when Ashley Ruffles had a seizure while driving and began veering into oncoming traffic.


Byron to give away free hamburgers in Bury St Edmunds

11 September 2015
Byron to give away free hamburgers in Bury St Edmunds

Byron to give away free hamburgers in Bury St Edmunds

11 September 2015

‘Proper’ hamburgers will be available for free in Bury St Edmunds tomorrow.


Another day, another kimono for Bury St Edmunds fund-raiser

10 September 2015
Another day, another kimono for Bury St Edmunds fund-raiser

Another day, another kimono for Bury St Edmunds fund-raiser

10 September 2015

A woman from Bury St Edmunds has turned her fascination with Japanese culture into a quirky fund-raising idea.


‘Devastating’ theft of lead from Lavenham church

26 August 2015
‘Devastating’ theft of lead from Lavenham church

‘Devastating’ theft of lead from Lavenham church

26 August 2015

Lavenham’s St Peter and St Paul Church is facing a hefty £150,000 bill after metal thieves ripped seven tonnes of lead from its roof.