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Ingredients solutions provider says talks well advanced on relocation in Bury St Edmunds

Ingredients solutions provider says talks well advanced on relocation in Bury St Edmunds

Ingredients solutions provider says talks well advanced on relocation in Bury St Edmunds

05 October 2016

Ingredients solutions provider Treatt says discussions with landowners for a relocation of the business within Bury St Edmunds have reached an advanced stage.


BT hangs up on 61 West Suffolk public phones

BT hangs up on 61 West Suffolk public phones

BT hangs up on 61 West Suffolk public phones

03 October 2016

More than 60 public payphones are likely to be retired across West Suffolk, though the traditional red phone boxes may survive disconnection.


Lord Derby to challenge Secretary of State’s decision to block Hatchfield development

Lord Derby to challenge Secretary of State’s decision to block Hatchfield development

Lord Derby to challenge Secretary of State’s decision to block Hatchfield development

30 September 2016

Lord Derby has confirmed his intention to challenge the Secretary of State’s decision not to allow his Hatchfield Farm development in the High Court.


‘Car chicken’ danger

‘Car chicken’ danger

‘Car chicken’ danger

30 September 2016

A school has warned pupils about road safety after some were accused of ‘playing chicken’ with cars on nearby roads.


Lanigan to move to Newmarket’s Rathmoy Stables

Lanigan to move to Newmarket’s Rathmoy Stables

Lanigan to move to Newmarket’s Rathmoy Stables

29 September 2016

Former Newmarket trainer, David Lanigan, to returning to HQ after a five year stint in Lambourn to take up residence at the refurbished Rathmoy Stables in the town’s Hamilton Road.


Village cordoned off after bomb squad called to suitcase in businessman’s BMW

Village cordoned off after bomb squad called to suitcase in businessman’s BMW

Village cordoned off after bomb squad called to suitcase in businessman’s BMW

29 September 2016

A village was cordoned off on Sunday when the bomb squad was called in after a businessman found a mystery suitcase and two Middle Eastern passports in the boot of his car.


Two marathons in eight days for charity focused chief inspector

Two marathons in eight days for charity focused chief inspector

Two marathons in eight days for charity focused chief inspector

28 September 2016

A Cambridgeshire chief inspector is preparing to run two marathons in eight days to raise funds for charity.


RAF Mildenhall puts on its own ‘Paralympics’

RAF Mildenhall puts on its own ‘Paralympics’

RAF Mildenhall puts on its own ‘Paralympics’

27 September 2016

More than 200 special needs athletes headed to RAF Mildenhall on Saturday for the 35th Joan Mann Special Sports Day.


Great-great-grandmother Winnie, 104, shares the secret to a long-lasting life

Great-great-grandmother Winnie, 104, shares the secret to a long-lasting life

Great-great-grandmother Winnie, 104, shares the secret to a long-lasting life

26 September 2016

A great-great-grandmother who has celebrated her 104th birthday says the secret to a long-lasting life lies in work and the great outdoors.


‘Stop the airbase houses’

‘Stop the airbase houses’

‘Stop the airbase houses’

23 September 2016

A parish councillor has called on the people of West Row to have their say about plans for RAF Mildenhall that he fears could ‘swamp’ the village.


John Bone: This special case needs resolution

John Bone: This special case needs resolution

John Bone: This special case needs resolution

22 September 2016

I am truly sympathetic to the plight of the Curry family of Exning whose 18-year-old daughter, Zoe, is left wondering how she can get home from college in Bury St Edmunds now her regular bus has been cancelled to save money. It is always people with a particular problem, like Zoe with a condition that limits her ability to walk, who suffer most when the axe falls on public services. But running an entire bus with a driver on overtime for a tiny number of people is hard to justify, heartless though that sounds. Is there not another approach? Cannot the money that has been spent on this otherwise little-used service give better value if directed accurately to a special case and solve the problem in another way? Cases like this need detailed attention rather than a broad-brush bus.


Mental health help now available through 111 for Peterborough and Cambridgeshire residents

Mental health help now available through 111 for Peterborough and Cambridgeshire residents

Mental health help now available through 111 for Peterborough and Cambridgeshire residents

19 September 2016

People living in Peterborough and Cambridgeshire will now be able to access a new mental health team when they dial 111.


UPDATED: Lakenheath-based US airman found dead in Mundford

UPDATED: Lakenheath-based US airman found dead in Mundford

UPDATED: Lakenheath-based US airman found dead in Mundford

16 September 2016

A USAF Airman from RAF Lakenheath’s 48th Fighter Wing was found dead in off-base housing at Mundford this morning.


Two vehicle crash shuts road in Mildenhall

Two vehicle crash shuts road in Mildenhall

Two vehicle crash shuts road in Mildenhall

16 September 2016

A road in Mildenhall was closed for an hour yesterday after a two vehicle collision.


Protection of Cambridgeshire cow’s identity by Google sends photograph viral

Protection of Cambridgeshire cow’s identity by Google sends photograph viral

Protection of Cambridgeshire cow’s identity by Google sends photograph viral

16 September 2016

Moo-ve over Justin Bieber, Hoof-it Joey Essex, Google Street View’s “overzealous” approach to the privacy of a Cambridgeshire cow means this photograph is taking the internet by storm.


John Bone: For once, I’m on the side of bureaucracy

John Bone: For once, I’m on the side of bureaucracy

John Bone: For once, I’m on the side of bureaucracy

15 September 2016

It goes without saying that the education of children is a paramount duty of parents and the state. But in order to achieve it, both parents and state must behave reasonably, not make that education unreasonably hard to reach. This is why we should examine carefully the case of the Soham mother, Anna Davies, newly arrived from Northamptonshire with her three school-age children and a fourth aged only nine weeks. Miss Davies applied for three school places on August 7 and was dismayed when two were still unplaced as the school year began.


How the MP boundary review could affect West Suffolk

How the MP boundary review could affect West Suffolk

How the MP boundary review could affect West Suffolk

14 September 2016

MP Matthew Hancock’s West Suffolk constituency is one of only two in Suffolk and Norfolk that will not change if the Boundary Commission’s review proposal are accepted.


Simon Dobbin’s old Honington comrades raise £4,000 to help him

Simon Dobbin’s old Honington comrades raise £4,000 to help him

Simon Dobbin’s old Honington comrades raise £4,000 to help him

14 September 2016

Injured football fan Simon Dobbin’s former RAF Regiment comrades have raised £4,000 to help make his care easier.


Boutique hotel is praised for high quality of food and wine

Boutique hotel is praised for high quality of food and wine

Boutique hotel is praised for high quality of food and wine

13 September 2016

Boutique hotel and restaurant Tuddenham Mill is celebrating after being acclaimed by the AA and The Good Food Guide.


Warning after tools stolen from van in Red Lodge

Warning after tools stolen from van in Red Lodge

Warning after tools stolen from van in Red Lodge

13 September 2016

Police are urging motorists not to leave valuables in vehicles after power tools were stolen from a van in Red Lodge over the weekend.


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