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21 Dec, 2012 12:06
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An infestation of potentially dangerous caterpillars in Bury St Edmunds has caused a supermarket chain to take the unusual step of cordoning off a piece of public land – for customer safety.
Sextortion’ reports to Suffolk police nearly trebled last year, according to the constabulary’s figures.
A total of 30 rail crossings in Suffolk could be closed in a bid to speed services on the main line to London and the cross-country route from Felixstowe to Ely and the midlands.
Frustrated rail passengers in Suffolk and Essex have signed a petition urging rail operators to reduce fairs involving bus replacement services.
An Ipswich tenant smashed every window of an alleged drug-dealer’s car because he believed police had failed to take action.
Not many people would give up 200 hours of their life and ten weeks of work free of charge, but that is exactly what one retired Suffolk teacher is doing after coming across an “ugly” tree stump near his house.
The Suffolk Show has been a regular fixture on the calendars of generations of families and as this year’s event approaches, we thought we would test your knowledge of shows past and present.