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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.

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)

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.

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.

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.

Police news

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.

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.

Trinity Primary School has received an outstanding SIAMS (Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools) report. It is the school's first ever report since it opened in September 2014.

Stowmarket school is rated as ‘outstanding’ in first ever inspection

A new school in Stowmarket has been praised as ‘outstanding’ in its first ever inspection.

Phoebe Mercer who has been selected for the final stage of the prestigious Duke of Westminster Award

Leadership is key to success for Ixworth army cadet

A Suffolk army cadet has been chosen out of thousands of youngsters across the country for the final stage of the prestigious Duke of Westminster Award, 2017.

The G9 team were recognised at last year's Shining Lights awards

New award gives you the chance to recognise West Suffolk Hospital’s unsung heroes

Patients at West Suffolk Hospital are being given the chance to nominate members of staff for a new award.

The Addis-Wisdom toothbrush machine Haverhill's history groups want to bring home. Note the toothbrush head in the machine on the left waiting for its bristles to be inserted into holes that were drilled on the right.side of the machine

Bid to return toothbrush machine to Haverhill

Crime news.

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.

Vicky Neale

Funding is approved for Bury schools trust’s new STEM academy

The Government has approved funding to build a new multi-million pound school in Bury St Edmunds specialising in science, technology, engineering and maths.

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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.

Staff at the revamped Dog & Partridge pub, in Crown Street, Bury St Edmunds

Celebrations at two pubs after revamp and long service award

Two Greene King pubs are celebrating following a six-figure revamp at one and a long service award for the licensees of the other.

Honey, Jack Russell Terrier, owner Tracie Emerson

COMPETITION: Hunt for dog with star quality gets off to a flying start

Why not follow the lead of these marvellous mutts and give your pet the chance to become the face of a charity dog show.

Art Exhibition and sculpture trail in Thorpe Morieux

Pictured: Lucy Perry with some of her work

PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Spring is in the air at village’s art weekend

Spring was definitely in the air at a celebration of art and nature in Thorpe Morieux at the weekend.

Katie Bent, aged 32, of School Lane, Bardwell

Family pay tribute to Bardwell woman who died in collision

The family of a woman who died in a collision in Bardwell have paid tribute to her.

Whitsun Fayre

Dig in for Whitsun anniversary fayre in Bury St Edmunds

Two TV gardeners will be helping ourburystedmunds’ popular Whitsun Fayre bloom this spring as it celebrates its 20th anniversary.

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