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See stunning aerial shots of housing and coffee shop sites

01 August 2023
See stunning aerial shots of housing and coffee shop sites

See stunning aerial shots of housing and coffee shop sites

01 August 2023

Work on building a drive-through coffee shop in a Suffolk town has started a year after planning consent was granted.


Villagers claim gas main works will leave them imprisoned

21 July 2023
Villagers claim gas main works will leave them imprisoned

Villagers claim gas main works will leave them imprisoned

21 July 2023

Residents of a Suffolk village are furious over a six-week road closure plan which they claim could see them left prisoners in their own homes.


High flying Suffolk student on a mission to discover space

16 July 2023
High flying Suffolk student on a mission to discover space

High flying Suffolk student on a mission to discover space

16 July 2023

A brilliant young student has spent a week mixing with NASA astronauts and space scientists at a summer school in London.


Sign puts village’s historic malt kiln on the map

05 June 2023
Sign puts village’s historic malt kiln on the map

Sign puts village’s historic malt kiln on the map

05 June 2023

A feature of one of the area's prettiest villages now has its own information board installed by the parish council.


State-of-the-art cheerleading gym all set for grand opening

02 June 2023
State-of-the-art cheerleading gym all set for grand opening

State-of-the-art cheerleading gym all set for grand opening

02 June 2023

A state-of-the-art cheerleading gym is set for a grand opening next month after moving from its previous home.


‘He was outstanding company’: Former teacher and drama group stalwart dies

21 May 2023
‘He was outstanding company’: Former teacher and drama group stalwart dies

‘He was outstanding company’: Former teacher and drama group stalwart dies

21 May 2023

A former teacher and a stalwart of an amateur dramatics society, has died at the age of 91.


Parents’ alarm after a day of violence at town academy

18 May 2023
Parents’ alarm after a day of violence at town academy

Parents’ alarm after a day of violence at town academy

18 May 2023

Reports of a day of violence at a town school have left parents concerned for their children’s safety.


King and Queen pay low-key visits to stables after busy Coronation

17 May 2023
King and Queen pay low-key visits to stables after busy Coronation

King and Queen pay low-key visits to stables after busy Coronation

17 May 2023

Royal couple paid private visits to stables to inspect King’s horses in training.


Marathon runner’s bid ends in the heat and dust of the Sahara desert

14 May 2023
Marathon runner’s bid ends in the heat and dust of the Sahara desert

Marathon runner’s bid ends in the heat and dust of the Sahara desert

14 May 2023

An endurance runner’s bid to complete what has been called the toughest race on earth ended when desert temperatures hit more than 50 degrees.


Residents’ anger at council over uncut knee-high grass

07 May 2023
Residents’ anger at council over uncut knee-high grass

Residents’ anger at council over uncut knee-high grass

07 May 2023

Angry residents claim that it is months since grassy areas near their home were mowed by workers from the local council.


Police appeal after vandals pull up trees

01 February 2023
Police appeal after vandals pull up trees

Police appeal after vandals pull up trees

01 February 2023

Police have appealed for witnesses after nine saplings and stakes were pulled up and snapped just a week after they were planted.


Town landmark’s Jubilee project gets under way

30 November 2022
Town landmark’s Jubilee project gets under way

Town landmark’s Jubilee project gets under way

30 November 2022

Work has started on a restoration project for a town's iconic clock tower to mark the late Queen Elizabeth II’s 70 year reign.


Marathon man Ben aiming to run 100 miles in 24 hours

18 November 2022
Marathon man Ben aiming to run 100 miles in 24 hours

Marathon man Ben aiming to run 100 miles in 24 hours

18 November 2022

A charity runner will be tackling a new challenge to raise money to provide once-in-a-lifetime holidays for children with life-limiting illnesses.


Council ‘will not budge’ in dispute over headstone

01 November 2021
Council ‘will not budge’ in dispute over headstone

Council ‘will not budge’ in dispute over headstone

01 November 2021

A widow has been embroiled in a dispute with Exning Parish Council over the size of her late husband's headstone.


Speedway star's legacy makes dream a reality for Jodie

31 October 2021
Speedway star's legacy makes dream a reality for Jodie

Speedway star's legacy makes dream a reality for Jodie

31 October 2021

Fans help partner of speedway star to open the business he had promised her before his death.


Popular postman’s last round marked by villagers

30 October 2021
Popular postman’s last round marked by villagers

Popular postman’s last round marked by villagers

30 October 2021

A popular postman has been given an award as residents turned out to mark his last round in the village.


Off-duty army officer wages war on town's overgrown pathways

06 September 2021
Off-duty army officer wages war on town's overgrown pathways

Off-duty army officer wages war on town's overgrown pathways

06 September 2021

Tidying up the area near his home has become a mission for an on-leave Army officer.


Village hall re-opens after £29k revamp

30 August 2021
Village hall re-opens after £29k revamp

Village hall re-opens after £29k revamp

30 August 2021

Villagers have celebrated the re-opening of their village hall after a £29,000 refurbishment.


Action group warns of battery danger as they accuse company of using 'smoke and mirrors' over solar farm plans

29 August 2021
Action group warns of battery danger as they accuse company of using 'smoke and mirrors' over solar farm plans

Action group warns of battery danger as they accuse company of using 'smoke and mirrors' over solar farm plans

29 August 2021

A group opposed to a vast solar farm has accused the firm of using ‘smoke and mirrors’ in an attempt to put a positive spin on changes to their plans.


Council set to decide on plans to double size of existing village development

25 August 2021
Council set to decide on plans to double size of existing village development

Council set to decide on plans to double size of existing village development

25 August 2021

Plans for more than 200 new homes to be built in a village will be discussed by councillors next week.