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Duo deny £14k bet fraud

Duo deny £14k bet fraud

Duo deny £14k bet fraud

07 January 2015

Two men are facing trial for their alleged part in a £14,000 betting shop fraud.


Pub owners appeal over community asset delay

Pub owners appeal over community asset delay

Pub owners appeal over community asset delay

07 January 2015

The owners of the White Horse in Hitcham have lodged an appeal in their hope to convert the village’s only pub into housing.


Sudbury store may close

Sudbury store may close

Sudbury store may close

07 January 2015

A dry cleaning store in Sudbury is under threat of closure after its parent company announced plans to close a third of its stores nationwide.


How the changes affect residents

How the changes affect residents

How the changes affect residents

06 January 2015

Attempts by residents and councillors in Halstead to save a high street bank from closure look set to fail.


Hundreds flock to watch hunt on Boxing Day

Hundreds flock to watch hunt on Boxing Day

Hundreds flock to watch hunt on Boxing Day

06 January 2015

Hundreds of spectators turned out to watch Hadleigh’s Boxing Day hunt – 10 years after the traditional hunt was banned.


Sales up as shoppers give town traders timely boost

Sales up as shoppers give town traders timely boost

Sales up as shoppers give town traders timely boost

06 January 2015

Retailers have suggested that it was a successful Christmas period for Sudbury, with full car parks, busy shops and popular town events.


Villagers object to bid to turn pub into flats

Villagers object to bid to turn pub into flats

Villagers object to bid to turn pub into flats

06 January 2015

Councillors and residents have penned their objections to plans to turn a former pub into flats.


Weekend Thought by Brian Pearson

Weekend Thought by Brian Pearson

06 January 2015

So, it is all over for another year. Presents received, too much food eaten, wallet empty. So what now? What are your expectations for 2015?


Queen of the bargain shoppers

Queen of the bargain shoppers

06 January 2015

So the January sales are finally here, and it is always a subject very dear to my heart.


Woman wins special gift in local business competition

Woman wins special gift in local business competition

Woman wins special gift in local business competition

05 January 2015

A retired curtain maker from Sudbury was delighted after winning a luxurious Christmas hamper in a competition.


Mum picked to inspire others

Mum picked to inspire others

Mum picked to inspire others

05 January 2015

A mum from Halstead who lost two-and-a-half stone has been chosen as the face of a national advertising campaign for a new weight loss regime.


Call for 20mph speed limits is nothing new

Call for 20mph speed limits is nothing new

Call for 20mph speed limits is nothing new

05 January 2015

Calls for speed restrictions in Sudbury town centre are nothing new, according to the chairman of a highways committee.


Best of the big breakfasts at farm shop cafe

Best of the big breakfasts at farm shop cafe

Best of the big breakfasts at farm shop cafe

05 January 2015

A farm shop cafe has had two of its very different breakfast offerings nominated for national awards.


Police seize haul of drugs linked to deaths

Police seize haul of drugs linked to deaths

Police seize haul of drugs linked to deaths

05 January 2015

Police in Ipswich have seized a significant quantity of drugs believed to be the dangerous ecstasy pills linked to recent deaths in the town.


Hadleigh sex attack: Witnesses sought

Hadleigh sex attack: Witnesses sought

Hadleigh sex attack: Witnesses sought

05 January 2015

Police are appealing for witnesses after a reported sexual assault in Hadleigh.


Police investigate New Year’s Eve sexual assault in Hadleigh

Police investigate New Year’s Eve sexual assault in Hadleigh

Police investigate New Year’s Eve sexual assault in Hadleigh

02 January 2015

Police are investigating a reported sexual assault in Hadleigh on New Year’s Eve.


It’s Santa’s not-so-little helpers

It’s Santa’s not-so-little helpers

It’s Santa’s not-so-little helpers

02 January 2015

Horse lovers had the perfect preparation for the arrival of Santa, with a ride in the crisp sunshine of Christmas Eve.


Committee trio step down

Committee trio step down

Committee trio step down

02 January 2015

A village hall could find itself in trouble if new committee members cannot be found after three trustees resigned after 13 years of service.


Prolific thief jailed for string of offences

Prolific thief jailed for string of offences

Prolific thief jailed for string of offences

02 January 2015

A jewellery thief has been jailed for six years for a string of 90 burglaries across Suffolk and Norfolk.


Police in hunt for missing criminal

Police in hunt for missing criminal

Police in hunt for missing criminal

02 January 2015

Police are searching for a missing criminal in Suffolk and Essex.


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