Music-lovers who enjoyed last year’s sell-out Bures Music Festival helped boost charity donations to the tune of £15,000.
It follows claims that scans for patients with aneurysms were deleted after 90 days and the hospital email system did not alert doctors to check them.
All four men have been remanded and they are scheduled to appear at Chelmsford Magistrates’ Court on Friday, January 10.
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Clare staged its biggest Christmas fair on Friday and Saturday, attracting scores of visitors, topped off by the town’s Christmas lights switch-on.
Eighteen artists exhibited their work at a fundraising art show in Thorpe Morieux Village Hall at the weekend.
A Halstead man, who was caught stealing thousands of pounds worth of telecommunications cable, has been sent to prison for 19 months.
Thousands of people crowded on to Market Hill in Sudbury to watch the town shine bright for Christmas.
Five miles of tough terrain have been conquered by a team from a joinery business in Acton, resulting in more than £2,000 being raised for charity.
Alan Braithwaite received the all-clear from doctors, after a double bypass heart operation, to undertake a mammoth 3,500-mile road trip across India.
A supermarket chain is the first in Suffolk to sell food past its best before date at slashed prices, after launching a new app to help reduce waste.
Two Monks Eleigh residents against the plans, which are near their homes, have instructed a planning consultancy and barrister to act on their behalf.
Police were called to investigate after neighbours reported large numbers of flies at the windows of the property in Egremont Street.
The victim reported that he was attacked by another man while walking in an alleyway on Sunday.
Hunstowe Land is seeking to promote fields around 23 acres south of Davidson Close for homes, as part of Babergh and Mid Suffolk’s joint local plan.
The festival is facing a battle to survive due to a shortage of help.
A 31-year-old man has been sentenced to three years in prison, after he was found guilty by a jury at Chelmsford Crown Court.
Ipswich councillor Elizabeth Hughes has stood twice before as a Labour Party candidate in general elections.
Greetings card shop Clintons is the latest prominent high street name to find itself in talks, in an effort to avoid collapse.
The high street giant warned earlier this week it was expected to make the move, which puts some 2,500 jobs at risk.