March 2 2015 Latest news:
West Suffolk reporters Mariam Ghaemi and Matt Reason are here to bring you all the latest news from Bury St Edmunds and the surrounding towns and villages.
Covering health issues, crime, local government and court, they will keep you up to date with what is happening in your area and would love you hear from you if you have a story or an issue for us to follow up.
White snowdrops, blue skies and longer days signal the start of a new season.
More of a famous clock collection than ever before is returning to public display in Bury St Edmunds.
Young people glimpsed the challenges faced by those who are homeless by sleeping rough.
Further measures may be taken at a multi-storey car park in Bury St Edmunds after a third incident in just over three months.
Three vehicles were involved in a collision on the A14 at Bury St Edmunds on Friday night.
Key members of a council have stressed their “determination” to drive forward plans to expand a business park and achieve a new road by agreeing to purchase land using legal powers if necessary.
West Suffolk chief reporter Emma Brennan brings you all the latest news from Sudbury and Hadleigh and the neighbouring communities. From complaints over potholes and development issues to stories of personal achievement and family celebrations, Emma is also very keen to hear your stories.
Email: Emma Brennan
Call: 01787 882275
A woman cut free from a car by firefighters after a two-vehicle crash involving a taxi in Suffolk was in hospital on Friday night.
A Suffolk community has offered its thoughts and prayers to the family of a 69-year-old man who was struck by a lorry and killed as he walked along a road near his home in Sudbury.
Police have named a man who was struck by a lorry and killed in Sudbury as 69-year-old Rodney Williams.
A group of DJs are coming together for a ‘reunion gig’ in Sudbury tomorrow to raise money for two good causes.
A man was struck by a lorry and killed while out walking with his wife in Sudbury today.
The museum and birthplace of artist Thomas Gainsborough is launching its own children’s book to celebrate World Book Day.
It’s such an interesting and unpredictable profession, turning up to work every day and not knowing what you are going to face and where you might be going, says photographer Andy Abbott as he looks back through some of his favourite work.
With the post-Christmas credit card bills arriving, and the miserable weather there is little smile about this month.