Michael Steward email@example.com @MichaelReporter Owner of One Bull pub in Bury St Edmunds thanks community for their support ahead of reopening 15:13 Michael Steward The owner of a Bury St Edmunds pub which was forced to close after fire engulfed the neighbouring property has thanked the community for their support ahead of its reopening in two weeks. Essex Wildlife Trust respond to black panther sighting in Sible Hedingham 12:36 Michael Steward Essex Wildlife Trust has responded to reports that a black panther has been sighted in a rural village in the county. Updated: One lane of A14 eastbound remains closed after fuel tanker crash near Newmarket 08:11 Michael Steward One lane of the A14 eastbound remains closed after a HGV fuel tanker overturned near Newmarket. Colchester cyber criminal who ran testing service for hackers to be sentenced next month 07:51 Michael Steward A cyber criminal from Colchester has admitted running a product testing service which allowed hackers to see whether their malicious software could beat anti-virus scanners. Crash between van and car closes road in Higham 12:56 Michael Steward A crash between a van and a car this morning has closed a rural Suffolk road. Mid Suffolk Leisure Centre in Stowmarket awarded ‘excellent’ status 10:34 Michael Steward Staff at Mid Suffolk Leisure Centre in Stowmarket are celebrating after the facility was rated ‘excellent’ following an inspection. Firefighters called to small fire in corridor at Ipswich Hospital 11:25 Michael Steward Firefighters were called to small fire at Ipswich Hospital this morning. Sadness ahead of last trading day for Palmers fashion store in Bury St Edmunds Yesterday, 16:52 Michael Steward A historic Bury St Edmunds clothing store will close its doors at the weekend after more than half a century trading in the town. Conference on cyber security and human rights held at West Suffolk College proves popular Yesterday, 14:30 Michael Steward More than 100 people engaged in a lively debate on cyber security and human rights at a conference held at West Suffolk College in Bury St Edmunds. Thomas Gainsborough School pupil wins through to Book Mastermind area final Yesterday, 12:03 Michael Steward A Great Cornard student will put her literary knowledge to the test after progressing to the area final of this year’s Book Mastermind. Churches in Sudbury and surrounding area to celebrate week of prayer Yesterday, 11:24 Michael Steward Churches in and around Sudbury are joining the global Week of Prayer for Christian Unity with seven consecutive days of services. Great Cornard church to apply for lottery funding to make £1m community hub project a reality Yesterday, 10:36 Michael Steward An ambitious £1million project to transform a west Suffolk church into a community hub could become a reality. Record-breaking visitor numbers at this year’s Stowmarket Christmas Tree Festival Thursday, January 11, 2018 Michael Steward Visitor numbers at the much-loved Stowmarket Christmas Tree Festival were record-breaking, organisers have announced. University of Suffolk students at West Suffolk College visit Museum of East Anglian Life in Stowmarket Thursday, January 11, 2018 Michael Steward Business and marketing students from West Suffolk College visited a popular Suffolk museum to put forward suggestions to help raise its profile. Citizens Advice Mid Suffolk says last day of January is expected to be busiest day of year for debt advice Thursday, January 11, 2018 Michael Steward The last day of January is expected to be the busiest day of the year for people seeking help with their debts, according to Citizens Advice Mid Suffolk. Man airlifted to hospital following crash in Bradfield dies Thursday, January 11, 2018 Michael Steward A man who was airlifted to hospital after a crash between a car and a pedestrian in a north Essex village has died, police have confirmed. Police appeal for witnesses after bus and motorcycle collision in Colchester Thursday, January 11, 2018 Michael Steward Police are appealing for witnesses following a collision between a bus and a motorcyclist in Colchester. Rogue fish sellers operating door-to-door near Bury St Edmunds Thursday, January 11, 2018 Michael Steward Rogue fish sellers are operating door-to-door in Rougham, near Bury St Edmunds, it has been reported to Suffolk Trading Standards. Updated: Man arrested on suspicion of drug driving after Foxhall Road crash Thursday, January 11, 2018 Michael Steward A man has been arrested on suspicion of drug driving following a two-car collision on Foxhall Road in Ipswich this afternoon. Missing 37-year-old man from Hadleigh is found Thursday, January 11, 2018 Michael Steward A missing 37-year-old man from Hadleigh has been found. Boxted man jailed for child sex offences Thursday, January 11, 2018 Michael Steward A Boxted man has been jailed for seven years and 10 months after admitting child sex offences. Suffolk Trading Standards issues warning over ‘Nottingham Knockers’ after Holbrook reports Wednesday, January 10, 2018 Michael Steward Suffolk Trading Standards said it received a report that ‘Nottingham Knockers’ were operating in the Holbrook area today and has urged residents to report them. National Lottery winning numbers for £9.8m jackpot on Wednesday, January 10 Wednesday, January 10, 2018 Michael Steward Did you hit the £9.8million National Lottery jackpot this evening? Check your results here. Decade of life-changing West Suffolk College course is celebrated Wednesday, January 10, 2018 Michael Steward A decade of a life-changing course at West Suffolk College has been celebrated with a number of former students returning for a special tea party. Updated: Emergency services attend collision between car and cyclist in Portman Road, Ipswich Wednesday, January 10, 2018 Michael Steward Emergency services attended an incident at Portman Road in Ipswich after a collision between a cyclist and a car. Braintree detective praised for saving woman’s life in Chelmsford Wednesday, January 10, 2018 Michael Steward A Braintree detective has been praised for saving a woman’s life on his way home from a late shift. Investigations continue after report of accosting and assault on child in Halstead Wednesday, January 10, 2018 Michael Steward Police are continuing investigations to determine the circumstances surrounding a report of an accosting and assault on a child in Halstead. Police investigate possible link between Southwold High Street burglaries Wednesday, January 10, 2018 Michael Steward Police are investigating a possible link between a number of burglary incidents at businesses on the High Street in Southwold. Sudbury rockers Trespass sign to new label nearly 40 years after first single was released Sunday, January 7, 2018 Michael Steward Nearly 40 years after they released their first single, a Suffolk-based rock band has been signed by a leading Danish record label. Two people freed from vehicles by firefighters after Great Dunmow crash Sunday, January 7, 2018 Michael Steward Firefighters freed two people who were trapped in separate vehicles following a crash in Dunmow this morning.