October 30 2014 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.
There was a time when a menacing, toothy grin would suffice - but now pumpkin carving has become an art form in itself.
The “breathtaking” Christmas Fayre in Bury St Edmunds, the biggest in the region, is set to launch with a bang this year with the opening night featuring fireworks and live music.
Bury St Edmunds Town Council has defended itself amid calls it should do more, be broken up into different parishes or not exist at all.
From the complete amateur to the confident doodler, over 100 people took part in a community drawing event at the Apex in Bury St Edmunds.
Thousands of people are expected to turn out this Saturday for an annual fireworks display which will light up the skies above Bury St Edmunds’ Abbey Gardens.
Witnesses are being asked to come forward if they have any information about an attempted theft in Bury St Edmunds last week.
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
More than £1million worth of damage was suffered by two businesses during a devastating blaze in Hadleigh earlier this week.
A campaigner is hoping to save a historic council-owned property in a Sudbury park and turn it into a business hub with function rooms.
Despite it being named after him, George Juniper never got to see Juniper Flowers florists in Sudbury.
The group behind of one of Suffolk’s most high profile fireworks displays is making sweeping changes to the event this year in a bid to raise more money for the local charities it supports.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a number of outbuildings were broken into in Little Waldingfield.
The boss of a firm which suffered a devastating fire has said he hopes the business will be able to operate again tomorrow.