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Air pollution at key town road remains above safe limit, study reveals

Air pollution at key town road remains above safe limit, study reveals

Air pollution at key town road remains above safe limit, study reveals

11 August 2020

Local authorities say new measures introduced in January, to help tackle the long-standing air quality issue, have shown encouraging initial results.


Community volunteers keep on track with revitalisation of adopted railway station

Community volunteers keep on track with revitalisation of adopted railway station

Community volunteers keep on track with revitalisation of adopted railway station

11 August 2020

The Greater Anglia Station Adoption Scheme encourages people to play an active role in supporting their local train station with a range of projects.


Village edges nearer to deciding destiny

Village edges nearer to deciding destiny

Village edges nearer to deciding destiny

08 August 2020

Residents in a village are making great bounds towards deciding on the future development of their area amid recent tensions with housing developers.


Go Start relaunches services amid uncertainty over future of Sudbury HQ after Age UK Suffolk collapse

Go Start relaunches services amid uncertainty over future of Sudbury HQ after Age UK Suffolk collapse

Go Start relaunches services amid uncertainty over future of Sudbury HQ after Age UK Suffolk collapse

07 August 2020

The community transport charity hopes to remain at the Chilton Centre, where it sub-let its head office from Age UK Suffolk, which folded in July.


Plan for solar carports wins £800,000 funding boost

Plan for solar carports wins £800,000 funding boost

Plan for solar carports wins £800,000 funding boost

05 August 2020

The carports are part of Mid Suffolk and Babergh Councils' plans to become carbon neutral by 2030.


Dad's Army fans celebrate as plans to demolish station building are sent back

Dad's Army fans celebrate as plans to demolish station building are sent back

Dad's Army fans celebrate as plans to demolish station building are sent back

04 August 2020

Brandon railway station’s 1845 ticket office has been saved from demolition by a High Court ruling.


Rescue service launches new £40,000 rapid response vehicle

Rescue service launches new £40,000 rapid response vehicle

Rescue service launches new £40,000 rapid response vehicle

03 August 2020

SMED26 will offer advanced care to people in life-threatening situations


A14 reopens after police incident

A14 reopens after police incident

A14 reopens after police incident

02 August 2020

A diversion was put in place.


Uncertainty over Suffolk school travel grows as county council awaits guidance on coronavirus safety measures

Uncertainty over Suffolk school travel grows as county council awaits guidance on coronavirus safety measures

Uncertainty over Suffolk school travel grows as county council awaits guidance on coronavirus safety measures

30 July 2020

Hundreds of parents face uncertainty over how their children will get to school, as spare seats on school buses cannot currently be offered to them.


Broken down vehicle causing tailbacks on A14

Broken down vehicle causing tailbacks on A14

Broken down vehicle causing tailbacks on A14

29 July 2020

The incident is on the A14 westbound between junctions 41 and 40.


Go Start determined to overcome crisis despite facing possible loss of Sudbury HQ due to closure of Age UK Suffolk

Go Start determined to overcome crisis despite facing possible loss of Sudbury HQ due to closure of Age UK Suffolk

Go Start determined to overcome crisis despite facing possible loss of Sudbury HQ due to closure of Age UK Suffolk

23 July 2020

Age UK Suffolk's suspension of services from Friday will impact the Chilton Centre, home of the Chilton Club social group, and Go Start's head office.


Woman dies following serious traffic collision in Long Melford

Woman dies following serious traffic collision in Long Melford

Woman dies following serious traffic collision in Long Melford

20 July 2020

Emergency services were called out at 8.45pm on Sunday, following reports that a single vehicle had crashed on a stretch of the A134.


Network Rail put Little Saxham bridge on 'at risk' top-ten list

Network Rail put Little Saxham bridge on 'at risk' top-ten list

Network Rail put Little Saxham bridge on 'at risk' top-ten list

16 July 2020

Network Rail says bridge strikes cost the UK taxpayer around £23m in a year.


Link road between Chaucer Road and Clermont Avenue in Sudbury under scrutiny over safety concerns

Link road between Chaucer Road and Clermont Avenue in Sudbury under scrutiny over safety concerns

Link road between Chaucer Road and Clermont Avenue in Sudbury under scrutiny over safety concerns

13 July 2020

Sudbury Town Council urged Suffolk Highways to investigate potential work on the link road, following worries about its use by unauthorised vehicles.


Bury St Edmunds street closure plans on hold after concerns

Bury St Edmunds street closure plans on hold after concerns

Bury St Edmunds street closure plans on hold after concerns

09 July 2020

The Suffolk County Council proposal was one of a number of changes to roads to improve walking and cycling as lockdown is eased.


A11 delays caused by lorry tyre blow-out

A11 delays caused by lorry tyre blow-out

A11 delays caused by lorry tyre blow-out

30 June 2020

A lorry with a tyre blow-out caused delays on the A11 this morning.


Newmarket residents in plea for parking scheme after being hit by fines

Newmarket residents in plea for parking scheme after being hit by fines

Newmarket residents in plea for parking scheme after being hit by fines

29 June 2020

Frustrated residents who have been fined for parking outside their homes are calling on a council to introduce parking zones in Newmarket.


Rail delays after man hit by train on Bury line

Rail delays after man hit by train on Bury line

Rail delays after man hit by train on Bury line

24 June 2020

Trains were delayed for much of this afternoon from Bury St Edmunds after a man was hit by a train.


Calls to build on nine car charging points in Suffolk district

Calls to build on nine car charging points in Suffolk district

Calls to build on nine car charging points in Suffolk district

19 June 2020

Calls are being made for more to be done to provide electric vehicle charging points in Mid Suffolk.


Soham rail plan ‘pushed through in lockdown’ claim

Soham rail plan ‘pushed through in lockdown’ claim

Soham rail plan ‘pushed through in lockdown’ claim

18 June 2020

A council has been accused of preventing public discussion of plans for a new station which, it's claimed, could cause a risk of flooding.


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