Bid to return toothbrush machine to Haverhill

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Police appeal after man approaches Haverhill children

A man who twice approached children on their way to school in Haverhill is being sought by police.
Two 12-year-old boys were approached by a man on Tuesday February 21 , between 8.15am and 8.30am in Chalkstone Way.

Launch of Hearing Dogs for Deaf People's Great British Dog Walk

Canine capers as four-legged friends sniff out route for Great British Dog Walk

There were canine capers at Ickworth Park this week as four-legged participants sniffed out the route for the Great British Dog Walk, ahead of the annual event on May 7.

The Atkinsons Action Horses from the BBC's Poldark

Countdown begins to the Suffolk Show

Organisers of the Suffolk Show are preparing an action-packed programme with some new features for the celebration of the county’s heritage.

Ipswich Crown Court

Man jailed after cannabis found at farm in Stradishall told to hand over extra cash

A judge has agreed that a man jailed after cannabis was found at a farm in Stradishall should hand over an extra £2,935.


Rail services cancelled due to repair works between Bury St Edmunds and Ely

Rail services between Ipswich and Peterborough are being cancelled or disrupted today due to emergency engineering work.

Ian Finn

Haverhill vicar accused of £12,000 fraud blames incompetence, not dishonesty, court told

A Haverhill clergyman blamed chaotic record keeping and incompetence when challenged about £12,000 of missing money from his church, a court has been told.

St Nicholas Hospice Care officially reveals its record-breaking Girls Night Out total for 2016 as �250,000

Bury St Edmunds hospice’s Girls Night Out walk raises record-breaking £250,000

It’s official - a popular moonlight walk in aid of St Nicholas Hospice Care was a record-breaker.

Dr David Egan, a GP from Debenham and a Suffolk clinical commissioning group member, at Woolpit Health Centre where part of the film was shot.

VIDEO: Short film encourages patients to use pharmacies to reduce pressures on NHS

A short film has been produced to encourage residents to make greater use of pharmacies to help reduce the burden on NHS services.

Three arrested after Haverhill assault left man with serious head injuries

Three arrested after Haverhill assault left man with serious head injuries

Police have arrested three men following a serious assault in Haverhill in the early hours of Saturday morning.

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MP calls for urgent improvements to A1307 after two killed in head-on crash near Haverhill

Fresh calls for safety improvements to the A1307 have been voiced by West Suffolk’s MP after two people were killed in a head-on collision yesterday.

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Haverhill man in court after stealing from charity

A 22-year-old Haverhill man is due to appear in court this afternoon charged in connection with the theft of a collection bucket from a charity worker.

Paul Rayner, chairman of the My WiSH Charity's special events committee, with son Thomas Rayner; Sarah Wightman, from Revel Outdoors; Chris Lockwood, member of the special events committee, and charity mascot Dr Edmund ANL-170501-154321001

Fund-raisers encouraged to sign up for cycle event in aid of West Suffolk Hospital

Fund-raisers are being encouraged to use pedal power in a cycle event in aid of West Suffolk Hospital.

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West Suffolk Hospital nets more than £1.3 million from car parking charges

West Suffolk Hospital made more than £1.3 million from car parking charges in the past year.

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Company’s charity quiz night raises vital funds for two good causes

Staff at Glasswells battled it out in the company’s annual quiz night to raise £1,000 to be split between two good causes.

Melanie Lesser, Bury in Bloom co-ordinator with staff from St Eds BC and David Ryman, Therapeutic placement at Realise Futures planting in the newly refurbished planters at St Edmundsbury Cathedral Precinct.  Photo by Sandy Miles. ANL-161216-115928001

New planters in St Edmundsbury Cathedral precinct

Nine wooden planters are returning to the St Edmundsbury Cathedral precinct after restoration work by Realise Futures, based at Nowton Park Nursery.

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New hotel open for business in Haverhill

Travelodge has opened its new hotel in Haverhill amid hopes it could lead to a major economic boost for the area.

Mayor Julia Wakelam

Mayor of St Edmundsbury prepares for New Year’s Eve ball

Tickets are still available for the Mayor of St Edmundsbury’s New Year’s Eve ball at Ashlar House, in Eastern Way, Bury.

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Havebury holds Christmas Charity Week in aid of charities

Staff at Havebury Housing Partnership have been donating items to charities in a week dedicated to the theme of ‘giving at Christmas’.

Lauren Jones with her work on the Periodic Table which won her the overall MARS prize in 2016 ANL-161222-112720001

Innovative project at West Suffolk College shortlisted for award

A unique scheme for students at West Suffolk College which combines maths, art, religion and science has been shortlisted in the prestigious Times Educational Supplement (TES) FE Awards.

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