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Village rallies to support bookworm Laila's charity fund-raiser

17 May 2021
Village rallies to support bookworm Laila's charity fund-raiser

Village rallies to support bookworm Laila's charity fund-raiser

17 May 2021

A young girl’s reading challenge, which has raised more than £1,000, has captured the hearts of her village.


Restaurant brings back Eat Out to Help Out-style scheme for May reopening

13 May 2021
Restaurant brings back Eat Out to Help Out-style scheme for May reopening

Restaurant brings back Eat Out to Help Out-style scheme for May reopening

13 May 2021

A new-look restaurant is serving up an old favourite by bringing back an offer for its reopening


Forty homes approved for village in plan that could also extend school

12 May 2021
Forty homes approved for village in plan that could also extend school

Forty homes approved for village in plan that could also extend school

12 May 2021

Forty homes are set to be built in Woolpit after councillors approved a plan.


Cheesecake and cookie business launches inside town pub

11 May 2021
Cheesecake and cookie business launches inside town pub

Cheesecake and cookie business launches inside town pub

11 May 2021

A restaurant owner has capitalised on the love for his cheesecakes by opening a bakery business.


'Remarkable' half year report for major business

11 May 2021
'Remarkable' half year report for major business

'Remarkable' half year report for major business

11 May 2021

Bury St Edmunds-based business Treatt has recorded a £10.6million operating profit in their half-year report.


Disappointment after plans for cabin and bungalow development to help secure pub's future refused

11 May 2021
Disappointment after plans for cabin and bungalow development to help secure pub's future refused

Disappointment after plans for cabin and bungalow development to help secure pub's future refused

11 May 2021

The pub owner’s bid to help save his business by building six bungalows and five holiday cabins has been turned down, despite huge public support.


Business owner delighted by ‘shock’ award after only eleven months

09 May 2021
Business owner delighted by ‘shock’ award after only eleven months

Business owner delighted by ‘shock’ award after only eleven months

09 May 2021

A self-starting businesswoman was expecting a normal day in her job as a marketing consultant when she was surprised with news...


Probation officer, 28, denies she neglected her duty

07 May 2021
Probation officer, 28, denies she neglected her duty

Probation officer, 28, denies she neglected her duty

07 May 2021

A probation officer has denied perverting the course of public justice and neglecting her duty.


'We have a lot to offer': Mayor reacts after town named Suffolk's worst seaside town

07 May 2021
'We have a lot to offer': Mayor reacts after town named Suffolk's worst seaside town

'We have a lot to offer': Mayor reacts after town named Suffolk's worst seaside town

07 May 2021

A mayor has defended his seaside town after it was ranked by Which? as the least attractive in Suffolk.


Police spot hundreds of road offences in week-long crackdown targeting lorry drivers

05 May 2021
Police spot hundreds of road offences in week-long crackdown targeting lorry drivers

Police spot hundreds of road offences in week-long crackdown targeting lorry drivers

05 May 2021

More than 350 driving offences were spotted by police in Suffolk in a joint project with Highways England.


Man, 18, avoids jail after crashing stolen moped as he transported drugs

04 May 2021
Man, 18, avoids jail after crashing stolen moped as he transported drugs

Man, 18, avoids jail after crashing stolen moped as he transported drugs

04 May 2021

An 18-year-old who carried cocaine when he crashed a stolen moped has been spared prison.


'An awful sight': Treasured park bench destroyed in suspected arson

04 May 2021
'An awful sight': Treasured park bench destroyed in suspected arson

'An awful sight': Treasured park bench destroyed in suspected arson

04 May 2021

A park bench destroyed, igniting the anger of the community.


Finishing touches applied to historic windmill in one of company's biggest ever restoration projects

04 May 2021
Finishing touches applied to historic windmill in one of company's biggest ever restoration projects

Finishing touches applied to historic windmill in one of company's biggest ever restoration projects

04 May 2021

The company feels the five-storey Georgian windmill will be even more of a landmark once the renovation is finished later this year.


See inside this classic village pub which has been restored by two friends

04 May 2021
See inside this classic village pub which has been restored by two friends

See inside this classic village pub which has been restored by two friends

04 May 2021

Two friends have become the toast of the village by restoring a popular pub to its former glory.


Lowestoft man, 51, shoplifted £800 worth of stock over 12 days

30 April 2021
Lowestoft man, 51, shoplifted £800 worth of stock over 12 days

Lowestoft man, 51, shoplifted £800 worth of stock over 12 days

30 April 2021

A 51-year-old man who stole items worth more than £800 has been given a suspended sentence.


Suffolk's seaside towns ranked best to worst by Which?

30 April 2021
Suffolk's seaside towns ranked best to worst by Which?

Suffolk's seaside towns ranked best to worst by Which?

30 April 2021

Suffolk's best seaside town has been revealed... But do you agree?


Hospital chiefs wait on maternity inspection results after surprise visit

30 April 2021
Hospital chiefs wait on maternity inspection results after surprise visit

Hospital chiefs wait on maternity inspection results after surprise visit

30 April 2021

West Suffolk Hospital leaders have reported there are no present Covid-19 cases.


Auction of promises organised by Co-op supermarket in aid of mental health charity Mind

29 April 2021
Auction of promises organised by Co-op supermarket in aid of mental health charity Mind

Auction of promises organised by Co-op supermarket in aid of mental health charity Mind

29 April 2021

Shoppers are asked to consider what they would be happy to provide as a gift, before the auction opens on May 15 for people to bid for the promises.


Man, 26, denies historic sex crimes against young victims

29 April 2021
Man, 26, denies historic sex crimes against young victims

Man, 26, denies historic sex crimes against young victims

29 April 2021

A 26-year-old man will stand trial after denying 14 historic underage sex offences.


Girls join choir for first time as music returns to Cathedral

29 April 2021
Girls join choir for first time as music returns to Cathedral

Girls join choir for first time as music returns to Cathedral

29 April 2021

Choirs are once again singing inside St Edmundsbury Cathedral, with girls for the first time joining the ensemble.