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The aim is to return from the 2019 Junior World Championships in Jiu Jitsu with gold — and Joe Gray has a year to prepare.
In 2016, around 38,000 people in the United States died as a consequence of firearms, a rise of roughly 4,000 from 2015.
Bookworms have raised more than £1,800 after taking on a half-term reading challenge.
A popular Bury St Edmunds pub which was forced to close after a fire ripped through an adjoining building is set to re-open on Thursday.
Certificates and badges for swimming success have been handed out to Barrow Primary School pupils, after the school joined a national scheme.
Around 20 bikers took part in an annual toy run to take toys to sick children in West Suffolk Hospital.
A new group focusing on mums is being launched in the new year.
A ‘celebration of cheese’ quiz evening on Saturday in aid of Hearing Dogs for Deaf People raised £790.25.
A much-loved Bury St Edmunds shop has announced it will close after it became financially unviable.
I can’t help it, but this week I have done little other than daydream about interior decoration and soft furnishings.
Bands played to a packed house in Bury St Edmunds to raise funds for a worthwhile cause.
A Suffolk priest has been invited to preach at one of the biggest Armistice Day events of the year in Belgium next month.
A group of Greene King team members are gearing up to take on Africa’s highest mountain in a 10-day trek to raise money for the brewer’s charity partner, Macmillan Cancer Support.
Tim Henman, one of Britain’s most successful tennis players, has visited Culford School’s tennis centre — and was given a run for his money by the pupils.
Townsfolk are invited to join a group ‘photobomb’ in Bury St Edmunds.
Stour Valley Community School hosted its annual Christmas concert last Wednesday.
This week’s winner is Scott Usher with this picture taken on the promenade at Felixstowe.