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Getting back in tune

Getting back in tune

Getting back in tune

03 December 2020

Bishop Martin is looking forward to singing some Christmas Carols


Looking forward with hope

Looking forward with hope

Looking forward with hope

03 December 2020

In her final column of the year, MP Jo Churchill predicts a bright future for west Suffolk.


‘Baked-in building badness’

‘Baked-in building badness’

‘Baked-in building badness’

27 November 2020

Energy expert Peter Gudde calls on housebuilders to do more about energy efficiency.

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A different sort of giving . . .

A different sort of giving . . .

A different sort of giving . . .

27 November 2020

Bury St Edmunds recycling champion Karen Cannard urges readers to 'Be Kind' this Christmas.


Our force is not standing still

Our force is not standing still

Our force is not standing still

27 November 2020

Suffolk Police & Crime Commissioner Tim Passmore explains how extra resources are helping the force.


Sowing seeds of hope in an uncertain world

Sowing seeds of hope in an uncertain world

Sowing seeds of hope in an uncertain world

27 November 2020

In his 'lockdown' column this week, Bishop Martin is planning ahead


We rely on you to do your bit

We rely on you to do your bit

We rely on you to do your bit

27 November 2020

West Suffolk Hospital boss Steve Dunn has a reminder for readers.


This town knows how to show respect to HM

This town knows how to show respect to HM

This town knows how to show respect to HM

26 November 2020

We just pretend the Queen isn't there, says columnist John Bone.


'Rule-breakers should expect to be fined': Lockdown warning from Suffolk's chief constable

'Rule-breakers should expect to be fined': Lockdown warning from Suffolk's chief constable

'Rule-breakers should expect to be fined': Lockdown warning from Suffolk's chief constable

21 November 2020

Suffolk's chief constable has told lockdown rule-breakers to expect fines as he urges residents to follow coroanvirus guidelines.


Abbeygate Thoughts: Trying to get the right balance

Abbeygate Thoughts: Trying to get the right balance

Abbeygate Thoughts: Trying to get the right balance

20 November 2020

Abbeygate Sixth Form College student Millie Barton on a lockdown dilemma.


We pay the cost, because it matters . . .

We pay the cost, because it matters . . .

We pay the cost, because it matters . . .

20 November 2020

While church services are curtailed, The Rt Rev Martin Seeley, Bishop of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich, is writing a weekly article for readers.


Students deserve a fair system

Students deserve a fair system

Students deserve a fair system

20 November 2020

Tim Coulson, chief executive of Unity Schools Partnership, with his monthly update for readers.


Letters to the editor

Letters to the editor

Letters to the editor

19 November 2020

Sunnica solar farm will spoil our villages – and other letters


Volunteering is a good habit to get into

Volunteering is a good habit to get into

Volunteering is a good habit to get into

19 November 2020

Matt Hancock, MP for West Suffolk, with his monthly update for readers.


Shoppers making the trip to save on parking

Shoppers making the trip to save on parking

Shoppers making the trip to save on parking

19 November 2020

Columnist John Bone with his take on this week's Newmarket news


Marketing: How you can build a bond offline online, by Kim Morrison

Marketing: How you can build a bond offline online, by Kim Morrison

Marketing: How you can build a bond offline online, by Kim Morrison

18 October 2020

Marketing expert Kim Morrison explains how Zoom, Hangouts and Teams can help to build bonds offline.


Editor's comment: Reliable, trusted words are vital for us all, says Barry Peters

Editor's comment: Reliable, trusted words are vital for us all, says Barry Peters

Editor's comment: Reliable, trusted words are vital for us all, says Barry Peters

09 October 2020

Editor Barry Peters says buying a newspaper or subscribing online to a new app is the best way to support real journalism


Chief constable on schoolboy shooting, bones discovery and coronavirus

Chief constable on schoolboy shooting, bones discovery and coronavirus

Chief constable on schoolboy shooting, bones discovery and coronavirus

19 September 2020

In his first column for Suffolk News, chief constable Steve Jupp shares his thoughts on the coronavirus guidelines and the county's major incidents.


Surreal test experience brought tears to my eyes

Surreal test experience brought tears to my eyes

Surreal test experience brought tears to my eyes

16 May 2020

Reporter Camille Berriman recounts her coronavirus test experience.


Personal view: More exercise means more struggle - even if I'm cycling

Personal view: More exercise means more struggle - even if I'm cycling

Personal view: More exercise means more struggle - even if I'm cycling

04 May 2020

William Mata's Bury Free Press column


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