January 26 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.
A restructuring operation to bring greater efficiency to an East Anglian agricultural business has created a large surplus of farm machinery – which will be sold via an online auction.
A teenage girl narrowly avoided being hit by a car in Bury St Edmunds after being pushed into the road.
YMCA Suffolk will be joining other centres across England in a mass sleep-out event next month to help beat youth homelessness.
As a parent, the EADT’s Liz Nice is worried about the changes to education in Suffolk. Is she right to be? She spoke to headteacher of ‘outstanding’ County Upper School in Bury St Edmunds, Vicky Neale
The emergency services are on the scene of a serious crash in Thurston.
A total of around £5million is to be spent on a project to fix a leaking roof at West Suffolk Hospital.
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 fundraising concert for two good causes is being held in Hadleigh next month.
The future of a thriving village shop is in good hands after new owners opened for business this week.
Early plans for a long-awaited development on the outskirts of Sudbury which will include up to 1,250 new homes are to go on show at the end of the month.
Students are hoping the audience will be left asking for more after the curtain comes down on their forthcoming performance of Oliver.
Steps have been taken to alleviate problems at a newly opened £10million health centre, which saw some patients waiting for up to two hours for blood tests during the first few days.
A businessman has signed a legally binding agreement pledging to donate a historic house to the people of a west Suffolk town – if the district council agrees to sell it to him.
Andy Abbott has worked alongside many firefighters over the years and has wonderful memories of Suffolk Fire Service, especially from the early years of his career based in Bury St Edmunds, Sudbury and Stowmarket.
Each week photographer Andy Abbott looks back at the milestones he covered in west Suffolk during his time with the EADT, and this week he is looking back at a more personal landmarks and how they sparked a fundraising bid that never went away.