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BREAKING: Haverhill Borough set to be relegated after ground share proposal rejected

Haverhill Borough are set to be demoted from the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division at the end of the season regardless of their finishing position, it has been announced.
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Question Time in Bury St Edmunds''Pictured: Caroline Lucas (Co-Leader of the Green Party), Simon Evans (Comedian), Diane Abbott (Shadow Home Secretary), David Dimbleby, Matthew Hancock (West Suffolk MP and Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport) and Jennifer Robinson (Barrister)'''PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Bury St Edmunds to host Question Time tonight

Political debate show Question Time will be broadcast from Bury St Edmunds tonight in the BBC programme’s first visit to the town.

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A notice on the door of Bourgee restaurant, in The Traverse, Bury St Edmunds

Bury St Edmunds restaurant closes its doors after meeting

Bourgee Restaurant, in The Traverse, Bury St Edmunds, closed its doors today.

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Richard Cole

Police searching for wanted man with links to Stowmarket

A 28-year-old man who has links with Stowmarket is wanted by police.

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IMPRESSIVE DEBUT: Mark Nunn was among the wickets for Worlington

Collapse with bat is costly for Worlington

MARSHALL HATCHICK

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GREAT START: Nick Maiolo, who performed well with bat and ball, is congraulated after taking a wicket

Swift impact from new signings helps Mildenhall get under way with victory

GIBBS DENLEY

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WINNING FEELING: Rubys Rascal sealed the title for Mark Wallis

Wallis secures trio of Championships

Mark Wallis highlighted the strength and depth he possesses among his ranks this year after landing a third Gain GTA Trainers’ Championship at Towcester on Saturday.

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KEY PLAYER: Dominic Palmer (left) celebrates his century with captain Shane Leech

Palmer leads the way as Heath triumph in nail-biting contest

MARSHALL HATCHICK

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MEMORABLE DAY: Jon Armstrong (second right) with the top riders of the meeting

Supporters come out in force to get behind Armstrong’s day

Speedway fans from across the country gathered to give former Mildenhall Fen Tigers captain Jon Armstrong the wish he desired on Sunday — after turning out in force to celebrate his testimonial meeting.

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GOING UP: Framlingham will play Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division football next season. Picture: Dean Warner

THURLOW NUNN: Framlingham promoted to Step 5

Framlingham Town will be playing Step 5 football for the first time in their history next season after their promotion from the Thurlow Nunn League First Division was confirmed this evening.
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The former post office site, on Cornhill, is to be redeveloped in a 'landmark project' by St Edmundsbury Borough Council

Multi-million pound scheme for former post office site in Bury St Edmunds is approved

An £8.4 million scheme to redevelop Bury St Edmunds’ former post office site and deliver on long held ambitions for a wider link to the arc shopping centre has been approved.

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Forest Heath District Council Offices in Mildenhall

Consultation starts on inspectors’ ideas for Forest Heath district plan

Consultation began today on the Local Plan Inspectors’ proposed main changes to the draft Forest Heath Local Plan.

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Matthew Hicks is challenging for leadership of Suffolk County Council's Conservatives

Challenge to Suffolk County Council’s Tory leader

Suffolk County Council leader Colin Noble faces a challenge to his leadership of the council’s Conservatives.

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Ian Gallin

Pay increase for council leaders to be implemented a year later than planned

A controversial increase in salary bands for the leadership team at West Suffolk councils will be implemented a year later than initially proposed.

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Thousands of potholes have been repaired by Suffolk Highways since the start of the year

Thousands of repairs undertaken in ‘war on potholes’

The number of potholes in our roads should be steadily decreasing, with 6,500 repaired since the start of the year and another 950 scheduled.

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Cllr Terry Clements, current mayor of St Edmundsbury. Picture: Mecha Morton.

Group will look at borough status and mayoralty for new West Suffolk Council

A group will be created to consider whether the new West Suffolk Council should apply for borough status and have a mayor.

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St George's Day parade'from Abbey Gardens  to St Mary's Church Picture Mark Westley

St George’s Day parade avoids the downpours

Though they knew to be prepared for rain, the showers held off while hundreds of Scouts and Guides held their annual St George’s Day Parade and church service in Bury St Edmunds on Sunday.

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Dr Phil Hammond

Culture: Take a bow

The Theatre Royal has announced its autumn season and there’s lots to catch your eye

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Guat's Up

Culture: Rob Butterworth talks about a showcase of speciality coffee

We spent last weekend at the London Coffee Festival. This is the largest speciality coffee event in this country and showcases the newest developments in the industry and high quality products, from beans to machines and everything in between. For us, coming from Suffolk, it was a chance to see the wider scene and bring home some fresh ideas.

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Beautiful Beers

Culture: Get fresh at the weekend. . .

Now the weather has finally improved and temperatures are rising, quite a few people prefer to reach for a cold, refreshing beer rather than a rich, dark, full-flavoured ale. And especially when you’re out and about, doing a spot of gardening or washing the car perhaps, you don’t necessarily want a heavy, strong beverage. So, refreshment it is and I’d like to pick seven beers that might just fit the bill:

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