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West Suffolk trust short-listed for year of achievement

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Pat Collins is trying to discover who is responsible for this damaged fence, at the boundary of the Bartons estate, in Bury St Edmunds   PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Pensioner’s bid to solve eyesore fence mystery

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Athena the horse with farm helpers Jade, Steven, Peter and Derek

Farm scheme calls for votes to win £50,000

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Home with Paws now runs a grooming parlour and has an area for dogs to 'play' together off lead. 'Manager Claire Burrowes with some happy dogs. Picture: Mark Westley.

Bury St Edmunds store comes up with playful fun for its four legged friends

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Do something ‘wild’ this June to appreciate nature

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Wildlife group holds its annual plant and craft sale at Wyken Hall

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Three men arrested after woman reportedly raped near Bury St Edmunds

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Cyclist to go from Thetford to Brighton for uncle

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The Old Cannon's general manager Craig Nichols and his wife Julie,

Old Cannon Brewery in Bury St Edmunds fires up some new dishes for customers

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Jordan Greenwood is getting ready to climb Mount Snowdon on May 30

Thetford man to climb Snowdon after losing his leg

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Change of date and venue for Highways England’s Bury exhibition

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Accident

Two drivers suffer life-threatening injuries in Earl Stonham collision

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Suffolk Coroners Court

Fatal crash trike rider had taken illegal drugs

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A14 westbound

A14 at Bury being monitored after road surface breaks up

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Greater Anglia train at Diss railway station. Picture: Andrew Martin.

UPDATED: Damage to overhead wires south of Diss causing delays on London to Norwich line repaired

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Three men arrested after woman reportedly raped near Bury St Edmunds

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Doors and window smashed in two Red Lodge burglaries last week

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Bus stop on Moreton Hall that has been vandalised''Pictured: Cllr Frank Warby''''PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Vandals damage Moreton Hall bus shelters twice in a weekend

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Teenager pleads guilty to Bury St Edmunds stabbing

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International Festival of Learning attracts 1,000 to a packed timetable

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Gordon Jones and Colin Noble at the International Festival of Learning   PICTURE: Mecha Morton

International Festival of Learning: Councillors talk about challenges of improving education

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Stowmarket Mad Science Festival PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Wonderful world of science comes to life

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Launch of Wild Play Ltd - Heidi Franklin and Denise Winder

Pair to take teaching to the great outdoors

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An artist's impression of how The Pines Primary School will look once complete

New Red Lodge school reaches milestone

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Bury St Edmunds store comes up with playful fun for its four legged friends

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The Old Cannon's general manager Craig Nichols and his wife Julie,

Old Cannon Brewery in Bury St Edmunds fires up some new dishes for customers

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Lloyds Bank Lakenheath High Street''Picture Mark Westley

Lakenheath fears loss of bank will hit the vulnerable

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Abbeygate Street

Dramatic slump in shopper footfall in Bury St Edmunds as bad weather takes its toll

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West Suffolk Councils consider the shape of wards to come

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Election

Labour Party’s Max Clarke wins council by-election to represent Bury St Edmunds ward

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Suffolk County Council's headquarters at Endeavour House, Ipswich

Mid Suffolk and Babergh District Council merger put on hold

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Risala Chowdhury has been names the Deputy Member of Youth Parliament for Bury St Edmunds and West Suffolk '''PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Meet Risala – West Suffolk’s new DMYP

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West Suffolk House, Bury St Edmunds.

West Suffolk councils secure use of hostel and flats in Bury St Edmunds for homeless

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Do something ‘wild’ this June to appreciate nature

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Brimstone butterfly

Community garden helps brimstones find a home in West Row

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The Bury St Edmunds Society presents a �15,000 cheque to the BSE Heritage Trust at The Guildhall.

Bury Society’s £15k for Guildhall

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Steve Moore, a gardener at the Abbey Gardens with the Weymouth Pine.

Councils’ planting programme sees 250 trees introduced

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New role at trust to improve services for patients and carers

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St Nicholas Hospice Care's cat Mia, pictured with 'Gill Wilkins, is retiring.'Picture Mark Westley

Hospice helper Mia eyes up retirement (at 88 cat years)

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West Suffolk Hospital Bury St Edmunds''Picture Mark Westley

West Suffolk Hospital takes ‘immediate action’ to improve blood transfusion services

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ROUGHAM: New eating disorder clinic opening in Rougham'The Chimneys Limited, New Road, Rougham, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk'Chris McKenna has opened a new Mental Health Hospital in Rougham for people suffering with eating disorders. Chris is a local clinical psychologist who's daughter suffered with anorexia and he was shocked to discover the lack of beds provided locally, so decided to build his own hospital to help the local community and save patients from being sent as far away as Scotland for treatment. 'Picture Mark Westley

Survival of new clinic depends on NHS support

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Vernon Wiseman has complained about his wife's (Veronica) treatment at West Suffolk Hospital''''PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Pensioner ‘in tears’ after hospital stay

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