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A 13-year-old Mildenhall metal detectorist is scaring off veteran diggers after she found a 'once in a lifetime' Bronze Age axe hoard on just her third dig.

Milly Hardwick, left the competition envious of her 'beginners luck' as she strikes gold almost every week.

She's now become a poster girl for metal detecting despite being some four decades younger than the typical enthusiasts.

A bus company boss has blamed driver shortages for a lack of services after complaints from residents.

One Bury St Edmunds resident said their Stephensons of Essex bus service was 'non-existent'.

A task force has been formed at Suffolk County Council to investigate speed of response standards in the county's fire service.

A biochemist is celebrating after his range of beer has been included in a national good beer guide.

Luke Browning, from Red Lodge, only started his nano-brewery, Biochemist Brewery, last year as a project during lockdown.