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A Suffolk MP has pledged her support for this year’s Great British Spring Clean – run by charity Keep Britain Tidy.
A pioneering project helping students and staff at a secondary school with their mental health is to be rolled out further across west Suffolk following its success.
Rail bosses have outlined a bold new vision for the East Anglian network over the next 25 years at a major transport conference in Ipswich.
A stretch of river in Bury St Edmunds is being brought into public use with the creation of a nature walk to encourage more people to enjoy the outdoors.
While the craze for online shopping is leading to empty shopfronts, it’s also bringing a massive boost to Suffolk’s warehousing and logistics industry.
MPs in the House of Commons were tonight coming to terms with the scale of the Government’s defeat in the Brexit debate – and were preparing for Wednesday’s confidence vote tabled by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.
The British government is edging closer to Tuesday’s key Commons vote on Theresa May’s Brexit deal.
A call for St Edmundsbury Borough Council to consider its position for a People’s Vote on Brexit will be made next week.
Theresa May has won the confidence vote on her leadership of the Conservatives – but has promised MPs she will not lead the party into the next General Election.
Suffolk’s Tory MPs look set to vote together to support Theresa May in Wednesday night’s confidence vote on her leadership – but in Essex the picture is somewhat different.
MPs have urged caution amid calls for the government to seize control of the region’s failing mental health trust.
The chief executive of West Suffolk Hospital described the £13.4million of funding to improve its emergency department as an “early Christmas present for patients and staff”.
An Older Persons’ Fair aimed at relieving loneliness and isolation is to be held at Needham Market Community Centre.
A “visionary and ambitious” bid to establish a pioneering multi-million pound centre for technology in the east has been put forward.
A brother and sister at the helm of a highly successful Suffolk nursing home farm diversification business are over the moon after scooping a top industry award.
Suffolk’s Conservative MPs have held a meeting with Education Secretary Damian Hinds in a bid to get more support to deal with the county’s crisis in special needs education.
As newly-selected Ipswich candidate Tom Hunt joins thousands of other Tories at this week’s party conference, I hope he enjoys himself – because he’s got a heck of a lot to do over the next few years.
Ipswich Conservatives are to select a candidate on Thursday to take on Sandy Martin in the marginal seat at the next general election.
Hospital bosses in west Suffolk say additional funding to improve emergency care during the winter months will “really make a difference”.
It’s been hailed as a roaring success with £8,000 raised for charity and now plans are being made to stage the Bury St Edmunds Soapbox Challenge again next year.
A ‘topless’ statue of a Suffolk surgeon – who has twice been diagnosed with breast cancer – was unveiled in Bury St Edmunds at the weekend.
A commitment to rolling out superfast broadband to 98% of Suffolk has been announced – after project leaders ramped up delivery efforts.
A Suffolk MP has slammed Royal Mail for a lack of action after some rural residents in her constituency have gone nearly four years without a post box.
A Suffolk MP paid a visit to a town church as renovation work to replace the roof at the historic building nears completion.
Independent businesses in Suffolk are speaking out as new research reveals organisations are spending £6.3billion nationally to plug a skills shortage.
Artists, organisers, supporters and the mayor of St Edmundsbury gathered today for the formal opening of the World War 1 Trail, in Bury St Edmunds.
Dignitaries including Bury St Edmunds MP Jo Churchill and the mayor of St Edmundsbury Margaret Marks are due to attend the formal opening of the World War 1 Trail, in Bury St Edmunds, on Saturday.
A total of 16 workshops involving schools and organisations across Bury St Edmunds have taken place to create artwork for an exhibition.
An iconic Bury St Edmunds building officially threw open its doors to the public at the weekend to celebrate the completion of a £2million restoration project.
Business leaders seized the opportunity of a meeting with a government transport chief to press the case for improvements to the A14 in Suffolk.
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