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Doris wrecks Nowton Cricket Club’s buildings and mower

A small cricket club is appealing for help after Storm Doris wrecked equipment essential for preparing for the new season in eight weeks.

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Market Hill, Sudbury where the fire struck in September 2015. The renovations on the former White Hart Inn building have now been completed.

Fire damage offers glimpse into Sudbury’s rich history

As buildings damaged in a serious fire reach their final stages of restoration, a historian says important secrets in Sudbury’s history have been revealed.

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Giselle is on at the Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds from March 2 to 4

Tragically romantic ballet heads to Bury St Edmunds

One of the greatest ballets of all time, Giselle comes to Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds between Thursday, March 2 and Saturday 4 .

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Residents gather outside St Olaves Precinct Post Office following news of its closure

Outrage at sudden closure of post office on Bury St Edmunds estate

A post office which has been at the heart of a Bury St Edmunds community for about 50 years is to close today.

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Flatford Mill now the power lines have been removed.

Constable country’s iconic Flatford Mill now free from power lines

One of the most famous landscapes immortalised by artist John Constable has been improved thanks to a £180,000 project to remove overhead power lines.

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Improving the 'not very welcoming' view that greets people arriving at Bury bus station is part of the plan. Picture : Mecha Morton

Have your say shaping Bury’s town centre for the future

Consultation on the masterplan for Bury St Edmunds town centre starts today (Monday)

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Beacon House, Coroners Court in Ipswich

Mother of four died from spinal injuries in car crash, inquest told

A mother of four whose car crashed off a Suffolk road died from spinal injuries, an inquest heard.

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VIDEO: Chenery looks ahead to Bury's trip to Aveley

Bury Town ended a six-game losing streak by beating league leaders Maldon & Tiptree 3-2 on Saturday.

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Richard and Sarah Pitkin pictured when they opened their tea shop

UPDATE: Tributes paid to Stowmarket couple found dead at their home

A couple who were found dead at a house in Stowmarket have been named locally as Richard Pitkin and his wife Sarah.

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Ipswich Town fan Zach Ward says: Hard to beat and a 27-pass move goal — but I’m pleased it’s over

Well, I’m pleased that’s over. Carrow Road has not been a happy hunting ground for us in recent seasons.

Football
Mildenhall Guiding and Scouting meet together to celebrate World Thinking Day at an event organised and run by Mildenhall Guides.
Wellie throwing contest
Picture Mark Westley

Welly wanging fun at World Thinking Day

Around 80 Girl Guides and Boy Scouts met this week to to celebrate one of the most important dates in the guiding and scouting calender.

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Ben Warwick stars as Frankenstein

A new adaptation of Frankenstein set to thrill Bury St Edmunds audiences

Blackeyed Theatre have built a reputation as one of the most innovative and creative companies in the UK and their latest show Frankenstein looks to enhance their acclaim.

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Two people found dead at house in Stowmarket

A police scene is currently in place at a property in Stowmarket after two people were found dead.

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SUDBURY: Glass maker Gail Bushell

Picture Mark Westley

FEATURE: Glass helped Gail see her way clear to a bright future

If Gail Bushell’s partner wakes at 5am and realises she’s no longer beside him he knows exactly where to find her ... down at the bottom of the garden.

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Tim Passmore,  Police and Crime Commissioner for Suffolk

Difficult decision to increase tax

At the end of January the Police and Crime Panel voted unanimously to support my proposal to increase the policing part of the Council Tax by just under two per cent.

Opinion
Martin Seeley, the Bishop of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich ANL-160122-093657001

We’re ‘Walking Together’ for Lent

“Let’s go for a walk this afternoon.” This innocent sounding invitation, usually asked by my wife, gets me thinking. Surely I had a sermon to work on, or a visit to make, or even a deadline for a newspaper column to meet?

Opinion
TOO SHARP: County Upper Under-16 player Phil Ennis-Bugg in action during the weekend defeat against the Essex Blades.

Basketball round-up: County Upper Under-14s win big

Despite only having six players, County Upper Under-14 Wolves pulled out all the stops to thrash Bucks Hornets 74-25.

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Green View by Peter Gudde

Questions to spark our thoughts on best way forward for environment

2017 – We are living in interesting times, environmentally speaking. Change is in the air, things are in flux, leading to who knows where?

Opinion
Comment by students at King Edward VI School, Bury St Edmunds ANL-151025-114649001

Rap music: it’s art at its purest

What does rap mean to you? An incoherent mix of swearing, violence and criminals? A part of someone else’s culture? A noisy thing that young people do – and you’d rather they didn’t?

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