BREAKING NEWS: Lee Norfolk announced as new first-team coach at Stowmarket Town

Stowmarket Town have bolstered their coaching staff with the addition of Lee Norfolk as first-team coach.

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MAKING PROGRESS: Rhys Turnbull-Bester

Turnbull-Bester hoping his new techniques lead to a GB call-up

When Rhys Turnbull-Bester stands on the start-line in Bedford this weekend, he will potentially be less than 60 seconds away from fulfilling one of his dreams.

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Armed officers on patrol in Bury St Edmunds

Armed police on patrol in Bury St Edmunds after Manchester Arena terror attack

Armed police were on patrol in Bury St Edmunds town centre yesterday after the national terror threat level was raised to critical.

NEW SIGNING: Scott Mitchell, pictured playing for one of his former clubs AFC Sudbury, has joined Stowmarket Town

BREAKING NEWS: Stowmarket Town secure services of ex-professional Mitchell

Stowmarket Town have pulled off a big transfer coup with the signing of former professional Scott Mitchell.

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DEPARTED: Jules Mumford

Mumford steps down as Melford boss

After five years at the helm, Jules Mumford has decided to resign from his post as Long Melford manager.

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FRESH START: Diss have appointed Paul Bugg as manager

Diss make swift Bugg appointment

Diss Town have wasted no time in filling their managerial vacancy following the appointment of Paul Bugg.

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Clockwise from top left: Adam Taylor, Dan Hazelton, Tom Hazelton and Peter Johnson

Sentencing begins over health and safety breaches which claimed four lives

A two-day sentencing has begun at the Old Bailey of two companies and a director who have admitted breaching health and safety regulations which caused the deaths of four men.

West Suffolk House

West Suffolk councils to recruit extra staff to prevent and deal with homelessness

Councils in west Suffolk are to recruit extra staff to prevent and deal with homelessness in response to rising numbers as well as major changes to legislation and benefits.

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The Luke Jarvis Shield, named after the skateboarder pictured, will be awarded to most radical rider at Julys Jam (Photo: Paul Jackson)

Anniversary celebrations for Bury St Edmunds Skatepark Jam

Excitement is mounting over the return of the Bury St Edmunds Skatepark Jam which will celebrate its 10th year this summer.

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Thetford arson sparks police appeal

Police are appealing for information after a car was set on fire in Thetford.

Hundreds of women have signed up for St Nicholas Hospice Care's Girls Night Out charity walk

Early bird offer for Girls Night Out walk ends next week

More than 650 women have signed up for St Nicholas Hospice Care’s Girls Night Out - and there is still time to take advantage of an early bird offer.

Students at St Benedicts working on giant puppets

 for a market parade o n Saturday 
Picture Mark Westley

Join St Benedict’s students to fly the flag for Bury Market

Six giant puppets will be paraded through Bury St Edmunds town centre on Saturday as a finale to a joint school and market art project.

Bishop os St Edmundsbury and Ipswich Right Reverend Martin Seeley

Updated: Suffolk’s reaction to Manchester bomb attack

The Bishop of St Edmundsbury has condemned last night’s blast at the Manchester Arena, which killed 22 and injured 59, as ‘an evil act’.

Paws in the Park in aid of St Nicholas Hospice Care

PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Dog show a barking success after raising £9,000 for hospice

Thousands of people and their four-legged friends gave ‘paws for thought’ for a vital charity as they enjoyed its second annual dog show.

Greg Luton

Bury appoints new town clerk

Bury St Edmunds Town Council’s new town clerk Greg Luton started this week, in time for the annual town meeting.

Police appeal

Thetford police on stone throwing patrols

Police have increased patrols on Thetford’s Redcastle estate following concerns raised about stone throwing.

Ipswich Crown Court

Man harassed Bury St Edmunds shop worker

A judge has ordered a man who harassed a Bury St Edmunds shop worker to undergo treatment for his mental health issues.

Culford School pupils Ciaran Rees, Michael Ahrens and Joshua Lewis have been named overall winners for the East of England in Shells The Bright Ideas Challenge for their idea to create multi-function wind turbines

Culford pupils crowned East of England winners for ‘bright idea’ about wind turbines

Pupils from Culford have been crowned regional winners of a national school science competition.

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