October 22 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.
A Catholic school which has been at the centre of an Ofsted fiasco has been boosted by national recognition for its sixth form.
A vet who is set to become one of the first people to conquer a peak in Nepal has said she is committed to the challenge despite the recent disaster in which at least 39 people have died.
There are now 55 more qualified first aiders in town centre workplaces in Bury St Edmunds thanks to a free training programme.
St Edmundsbury Cathedral is leading the way in helping to create a cycle tour between Suffolk’s historic churches.
Rising teenage basketball star Luke Mascall-Wright has been given a boost with a SportsAid grant.
Thousands of pounds of taxpayers money could be saved if the town council move out of their Angel Hill premises and into West Suffolk House.
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
Three leading west Suffolk restaurants have been recognised nationally.
Travel: The A1141 in Brent Eleigh is closed in both directions this morning due to fallen power cables and emergency repairs.
A road has been closed in south Suffolk because of a car crash.
Two young cancer survivors sang live on national TV alongside Pussycat Dolls star Nicole Scherzinger.
Images of stolen jewellery which has been recovered by police are being released in the hope they can be reunited with their rightful owners.
A Suffolk service for the vision or hearing impaired is appealing for volunteers to help people with everyday tasks or to build confidence and enable people to live independently.