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Weekend Thought, by Ray Delaney

Weekend Thought, by Ray Delaney

12 January 2015

Bah, humbug. Ebenezer Scrooge’s famous expletive is often repeated at this time of year.


Row rumbles on over town’s traffic issues

Row rumbles on over town’s traffic issues

Row rumbles on over town’s traffic issues

12 January 2015

The debate over solutions to Sudbury’s congestion and pollution continues to rumble on, with claims of a lack of action by councillors.


Star support for Glemsford girl

Star support for Glemsford girl

Star support for Glemsford girl

12 January 2015

Weight-loss consultant Kath Hampshire, 32, has been praised by TV star Peter Andre after the pair met at a national awards ceremony.


Empty building decision awaits

Empty building decision awaits

Empty building decision awaits

12 January 2015

A district councillor has urged next week’s planning committee to use common sense when deciding the future of a Long Melford site.


Couple kick off year with new business venture

Couple kick off year with new business venture

Couple kick off year with new business venture

12 January 2015

The new owners of a Long Melford tea room – who began trading just three weeks ago – have been overwhelmed by local support.


Hundreds raised through carols

Hundreds raised through carols

Hundreds raised through carols

11 January 2015

Long Melford Silver Band collected £1,400 at two carol performances at Waitrose in Sudbury and Hall Street in Long Melford over the Christmas period.


Concerns remain for hospital site plans

Concerns remain for hospital site plans

Concerns remain for hospital site plans

11 January 2015

The future of two Sudbury hospital sites will be decided next week after concerns arose about the developments’ viability.


Free farm business event comes to Lavenham venue

Free farm business event comes to Lavenham venue

Free farm business event comes to Lavenham venue

11 January 2015

Lavenham has been chosen to host one of a new series of talks about rules, regulations and new funding opportunities for the agricultural industry.


Chance to discuss issues with police

Chance to discuss issues with police

Chance to discuss issues with police

11 January 2015

Residents will have a chance to meet police and councillors at a community meeting next week to discuss any issues or concerns.


Campaign for lift at train station

Campaign for lift at train station

Campaign for lift at train station

11 January 2015

Sudbury resident Theo Bird is campaigning to get a bridge with a lift at Marks Tey train station.


Couple thrilled with birth of their New Year’s Day baby

Couple thrilled with birth of their New Year’s Day baby

Couple thrilled with birth of their New Year’s Day baby

11 January 2015

For a couple from Great Cornard, New Year’s Day has a whole new meaning after the birth of their first son Luca.


Rail fare rises leave commuters frustrated

Rail fare rises leave commuters frustrated

Rail fare rises leave commuters frustrated

10 January 2015

Sudbury rail commuters started the new year with even more strain on their wallets as fares increased by an average of 2.5 per cent.


Village sees broadband upgrade in two locations

Village sees broadband upgrade in two locations

Village sees broadband upgrade in two locations

10 January 2015

People in Glemsford stand to benefit from faster internet use after two areas were upgraded to fibre-optic broadband.


Dancer seeks donations to realise dream

Dancer seeks donations to realise dream

Dancer seeks donations to realise dream

10 January 2015

A promising dancer is hoping his fundraising efforts will enable him to go to a leading dance college and set him on the road to the West End.


Two fire crews tackle shed blaze

Two fire crews tackle shed blaze

Two fire crews tackle shed blaze

10 January 2015

Firefighters from Sudbury and Hadleigh were sent to extinguish a shed fire in Fen Street, Boxford, on Saturday.


Crews tackle chimney blaze

Crews tackle chimney blaze

Crews tackle chimney blaze

10 January 2015

A fire broke out in the chimney of a house in Clare.


Philanthropist set to buy prized vineyard

Philanthropist set to buy prized vineyard

Philanthropist set to buy prized vineyard

10 January 2015

An award-winning farm is set to be taken over by one of the country’s most respected philanthropists.


Councillors appalled at rubbish left to pile up

Councillors appalled at rubbish left to pile up

Councillors appalled at rubbish left to pile up

07 January 2015

Councillors in Sudbury were left embarrassed at the sight of mounting rubbish on a retail park last week after it piled up over the Christmas break.


Local producer makes award shortlist

Local producer makes award shortlist

Local producer makes award shortlist

07 January 2015

A family-run chocolatier is in the running to win the Co-op’s Producer of the Year award.


Hospital misses A&E target

Hospital misses A&E target

Hospital misses A&E target

07 January 2015

West Suffolk Hospital struggled to hit its target to keep A&E waiting times down to four hours over the festive period, according to new figures.


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