Michael Steward email@example.com @MichaelReporter Father of Corrie McKeague blocks entrance to Milton landfill with campervan 16:26 Michael Steward The father of missing Corrie McKeague blocked the entrance to the Cambridgeshire landfill site just days after police called off their search for the RAF serviceman. Bury St Edmunds printing company supports mental health charity through commissioned artworks 14:09 Michael Steward A Bury St Edmunds printing company commissioned a renowned artist to create two works of art for the entrance of their headquarters while supporting a Suffolk mental health charity. Sudbury man completes lap of Jersey in kayak for meningitis charity Friday, July 21, 2017 Michael Steward A Sudbury man has completed a circumnavigation of Jersey in a kayak to raise money for a meningitis charity 20 years after he recovered from the life-threatening infection. Updated: Neighbour climbed through window in bid to save fatally stabbed man in Cumberland Avenue, Bury St Edmunds Friday, July 21, 2017 Michael Steward Police have launched an investigation into a suspected murder at a home in Cumberland Avenue, Bury St Edmunds. Bury St Edmunds school wins prestigious cheerleading competition Thursday, July 20, 2017 Michael Steward A newly opened Bury St Edmunds school rounded off its first academic year in style by winning a prestigious cheerleading competition. Barrow-based teacher training school appoints new director Thursday, July 20, 2017 Michael Steward A west Suffolk-based school which provides training and support to teachers has appointed a new director. Police warn residents to remain vigilant after reports of Newmarket rogue traders Thursday, July 20, 2017 Michael Steward Police are warning residents to remain vigilant following reports of rogue traders operating in Newmarket. Decision on Bury St Edmunds waste hub delayed after councillors defer plans Thursday, July 20, 2017 Michael Steward The decision on a controversial new waste hub on the outskirts of Bury St Edmunds has been delayed again after councillors failed to reach an agreement following a specially convened four-hour meeting. Four St Edmundsbury parks retain prestigious Green Flag status Thursday, July 20, 2017 Michael Steward Four parks in St Edmundsbury have all retained their prestigious Green Flag status in recognition of their high standards and visitor facilities. Friends bring back Long Melford Country Fair Wednesday, July 19, 2017 Michael Steward Three friends have relaunched a country fair in Long Melford with the hope of resurrecting the event on an annual basis. Bures Primary School children take to Sudbury stage with Olivia Tuesday, July 18, 2017 Michael Steward Children from Bures Primary School took to the stage in Sudbury for their summer performance with a unique spin on the Charles Dickens classic Oliver Twist. Stowmarket Town Council launches annual grants scheme to aid organisations Tuesday, July 18, 2017 Michael Steward Up to £7,500 is being made available to community groups, charities and projects as Stowmarket Town Council launches its annual grants scheme this week. West Mersea mum thanks police officers who helped her disabled daughter Tuesday, July 18, 2017 Michael Steward An Essex mum has thanked four kind-hearted police officers who rushed to her aid after her disabled daughter’s wheelchair broke. Police release CCTV image of man sought in connection with Claydon scratch card theft Tuesday, July 18, 2017 Michael Steward A CCTV image of a man police would like to speak to in connection with a scratch card theft has been released. Police called to fight in Ipswich town centre near Barclays Bank Tuesday, July 18, 2017 Michael Steward Police were called to reports of a fight between two people in the centre of Ipswich this afternoon. Young Bury St Edmunds actor launches crowdfunding appeal to fund drama school place Tuesday, July 18, 2017 Michael Steward A talented young actor and musician from near Bury St Edmunds has launched a crowdfunding bid to help fund his next step on the road to stardom. Live website Q&A for general public interested in becoming Suffolk detectives Tuesday, July 18, 2017 Michael Steward Members of the public interested in becoming a detective in Suffolk through a fast-track recruitment scheme are being invited to join a live question and answer session. New night flight rules at Stansted Airport are a missed opportunity, says campaign group Monday, July 17, 2017 Michael Steward New night flight rules at Stansted Airport do not go far enough to tackle the impact on sleep disturbance for residents, according to a campaign group. Primark recall men’s flip flops over fears of cancer-causing chemical Monday, July 17, 2017 Michael Steward Primark has recalled thousands of men’s flip flops after it was discovered they may contain dangerous levels of a cancer-causing chemical. New Colchester police chief aims to exceed general public expectations Monday, July 17, 2017 Michael Steward The new district commander for Colchester says he believes in “traditional policing delivered in a modern way”. Cyclist and pedestrian injured after separate Ipswich accidents Monday, July 17, 2017 Michael Steward A cyclist and a pedestrian were both taken to hospital after two separate accidents over three days in Ipswich. Aspiring Bury St Edmunds actress launches crowdfunding appeal in bid to take drama school place Friday, July 14, 2017 Michael Steward An aspiring actress from Bury St Edmunds has launched a crowdfunding campaign in a bid to accept her “dream” place at a prestigious drama school. Wickhambrook beavers and WI come together to knit blanket for charity Friday, July 14, 2017 Michael Steward Ladies from a west Suffolk village’s Women’s Institute (WI) have taught youngsters how to knit to help a Newmarket charity. Milliner wins Best Dressed Lady accolade at Newmarket Ladies’ Day Friday, July 14, 2017 Michael Steward More than 1,600 women dressed to impress at Newmarket’s annual Ladies’ Day yesterday with a 32-year-old milliner scooping the event’s coveted fashion prize. Top author Anthony Horowitz lends support to Sudbury Library’s short story competition Friday, July 14, 2017 Michael Steward One of the country’s most successful authors has agreed to support Sudbury Library’s short story competition for children. Gallery: See pictures as thousands of stylishly dressed women descend on Newmarket for Ladies Day Thursday, July 13, 2017 Michael Steward Scores of women donned striking hats, glamorous dresses and stylish shoes for this year’s Ladies Day at Newmarket Races. Day of archaeological activities for families to take place at Brandon Country Park Thursday, July 13, 2017 Michael Steward A free day of family activities which celebrate Suffolk’s geology and archaelogy will take place at Brandon Country Park. Sister organises Sudbury music festival to celebrate life of Arran Tosh Thursday, July 13, 2017 Michael Steward The sister of a teenage boy from Sudbury who died from a brain tumour three years ago has organised a music festival in his memory. Anglia in Bloom judges say Bury St Edmunds has ‘wow factor’ Wednesday, July 12, 2017 Michael Steward Anglia in Bloom judges who visited Bury St Edmunds yesterday said the town’s floral decoration has the “wow factor”. Five-year-old boy battling cancer made pilot for the day at RAF Mildenhall Wednesday, July 12, 2017 Michael Steward A five-year-old boy who is winning his battle with cancer was made an honorary pilot for the day at a west Suffolk airbase.