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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.
Police are warning residents to remain vigilant following reports of rogue traders operating in Newmarket.
Four parks in St Edmundsbury have all retained their prestigious Green Flag status in recognition of their high standards and visitor facilities.
A newly opened Bury St Edmunds school rounded off its first academic year in style by winning a prestigious cheerleading competition.
A west Suffolk-based school which provides training and support to teachers has appointed a new director.
Three friends have relaunched a country fair in Long Melford with the hope of resurrecting the event on an annual basis.
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.
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.
An Essex mum has thanked four kind-hearted police officers who rushed to her aid after her disabled daughter’s wheelchair broke.
A CCTV image of a man police would like to speak to in connection with a scratch card theft has been released.
Police were called to reports of a fight between two people in the centre of Ipswich this afternoon.
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.
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 do not go far enough to tackle the impact on sleep disturbance for residents, according to a campaign group.
Primark has recalled thousands of men’s flip flops after it was discovered they may contain dangerous levels of a cancer-causing chemical.
The new district commander for Colchester says he believes in “traditional policing delivered in a modern way”.
A cyclist and a pedestrian were both taken to hospital after two separate accidents over three days in Ipswich.
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.
Ladies from a west Suffolk village’s Women’s Institute (WI) have taught youngsters how to knit to help a Newmarket charity.
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.
One of the country’s most successful authors has agreed to support Sudbury Library’s short story competition for children.
Scores of women donned striking hats, glamorous dresses and stylish shoes for this year’s Ladies Day at Newmarket Races.
A free day of family activities which celebrate Suffolk’s geology and archaelogy will take place at Brandon Country Park.
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 who visited Bury St Edmunds yesterday said the town’s floral decoration has the “wow factor”.
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.
An 80-year-old taxi which transported Winston Churchill to secret wartime engagements in the Sudbury area will make a rare public appearance next month.
Thousands of people are expected to attend this year’s Party in the Park in Sudbury which will feature a host of live music, displays and food stalls.
A fundraising event in memory of a 19-year-old diabetic from west Suffolk who died two years ago will be held again this month.
A vintage fighter plane was forced to make an emergency landing during an aerial display at Duxford Imperial War Museum yesterday.
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