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Region’s politicians unite in horror at Westminster terror attack

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Greg Strolenberg and Gareth Doherty , along with their wives and staff

Lavenham butcher describes the moment he and colleagues were caught in Westminster terror attack

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Ipswich Crown Court

CPS refuses to accept pair’s guilty pleas on East Anglian burglaries

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West Suffolk House

Councillors to consider £4 million loan for Suffolk Park in Bury St Edmunds

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Elsmwell makes case for relief road to Transport Secretary

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Bury St Edmunds nursery promotes former apprentice

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‘We ran and locked ourselves in’ South Suffolk MP’s aid describes London terror attack

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Travel back through Suffolk records online

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Crime news.

Spate of van thefts in Sudbury and Haverhill

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Central Suffolk MP Dr Dan Poulter.

LONDON ATTACK: ‘You are always aware you are in an environment that may be a target’ - reaction from Central Suffolk MP Dr Dan Poulter

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Train driver who put safety of others before his own after Roudham crash is hailed a ‘hero’

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Train and Tractor crash at Roudham

Tractor driver seriously injured in Roudham train crash was given permission to cross by possibly fatigued signaller

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Accident.

Motorcyclist suffers life changing injury in collision in Bury St Edmunds

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Fiveways roundabout, Barton Mills, will get �400,000 for traffic lights

Government sets aside £400,000 for traffic lights at Barton Mills’ A11 roundabout

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Accident.

Road blocked after two vehicle collision in Bury

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Region’s politicians unite in horror at Westminster terror attack

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Greg Strolenberg and Gareth Doherty , along with their wives and staff

Lavenham butcher describes the moment he and colleagues were caught in Westminster terror attack

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Ipswich Crown Court

CPS refuses to accept pair’s guilty pleas on East Anglian burglaries

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Harriett Steer. Picture by Paul Nixon

‘We ran and locked ourselves in’ South Suffolk MP’s aid describes London terror attack

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Bury St Edmunds school is recognised for going extra mile with Fairtrade work

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Cygnets (Great Whelnetham Pre-School) has written to Jo Churchill over cuts in funding to pre-schools. They stand to lose �5,000 this year because of lower rates per child and cuts to extra payments  for better qualified staff.



PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Pre-schools around Bury fear for their future as they face funding cuts

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The students from the All-Through Trusts Horringer Court Campus

Bury St Edmunds students win first place in heat of engineering contest

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Lower sixth pupils at Culford School during their Evening for Malawi presentations on March 11

Culford pupils fund-raise for annual Malawi trip

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Science week at King Edward VI School

Pictured: Great Whelnetham Primary School



PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Bury Schools Partnership holds physics celebration during science week

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Bury St Edmunds nursery promotes former apprentice

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A computer generated concept image of the 80 bedroom Travelodge hotel and drive-thru Starbucks coffee shop, in Etna Road, Bury St Edmunds. Image by Brookes Architects Ltd.

Plans for Travelodge hotel and drive-thru Starbucks in Bury

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Greene King Pub Partners receive best tenanted and leased pub company (201 plus sites) at the Publican Awards 2017.
Pictured are  David Hunt, managing director of award sponsor Kuehne + Nagel, Chris White, head of finance for Greene King Pub Partners, Caroline Hollings, director of recruitment & HR Greene King Pub Partners, Clive Chesser, managing director of Greene King Pub Partners and Jonathan Ross, awards host

Greene King is named best tenanted and leased pub company in Publican Awards 2017

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East's area manager Helen Mascall, Bury's deputy manager Laura Harlow, Deputy Mayor of St Edmundsbury Terry Clements, store supervisor Dominika Myszczynska, store assistant Anita Ayre and the Deputy Mayor's wife Viv Clements

Bury St Edmunds clothes shop reopens ‘lighter and brighter’ than ever

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Region’s politicians unite in horror at Westminster terror attack

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Central Suffolk MP Dr Dan Poulter.

LONDON ATTACK: ‘You are always aware you are in an environment that may be a target’ - reaction from Central Suffolk MP Dr Dan Poulter

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Say whether you thing West Row should have its own parish council

Have your say on Forest Heath parish boundary changes

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Stowmarket Middle School site

Council buys sites in Stowmarket to develop for housing

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Budget announcement

Disappointment in Suffolk over Budget announcement

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Residents complain after asbestos roof pieces left on Mildenhall road

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Your chance to say how Bury town centre could be improved

Four weeks left to give plan views

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Today’s Bury town centre masterplan consultation moves from market to Apex

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St Edmundsbury Mayor was helping with a Great British Spring Clean litter pick along the River Lark

Pictured: Andrew Harvey (Water Advisor for the Council), Lynda Osborn (Tesco Community Champion), Mayor Julia Wakelam, Andy Hobbs (Waste Development Officer at the Council), Michelle Snelling (Grocery Manager at Tesco) and Rachel Aylott (Personnel Manager at Tesco)

Great British Spring clean off to tidy start

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Weekly walk in Nowton Park celebrates third anniversary

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Volunteers and fund-raisers at the West Suffolk Hospital My WiSH Charity thank you reception

Picture Andy Abbott

West Suffolk Hospital’s charity thanks inspiring fund-raisers

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More patients will have to get blood tests at West Suffolk Hospital

Ward closes to new admissions at West Suffolk Hospital after norovirus outbreak

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23,000 birds were culled at Bridge Farm near Redgrave after a bird flu outbreak

Redgrave bird flu outbreak restriction zones eased

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Train and Tractor crash at Roudham

Tractor driver seriously injured in Roudham train crash was given permission to cross by possibly fatigued signaller

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