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Police warn businesses after counterfeit notes used

Police warn businesses after counterfeit notes used

Police warn businesses after counterfeit notes used

One incident occurred this week in Aldi in Bury St Edmunds.


Trust prepares for winter rush

Trust prepares for winter rush

Trust prepares for winter rush

West Suffolk Hospital hopes to open second 'winter escalation ward' to cope with busy season.


Jason scoops Train Driver of Year award

Jason scoops Train Driver of Year award

Jason scoops Train Driver of Year award

A Felsham train driver who quickly reacted to a medical situation involving one of his passengers has been named his industry’s best.


Gladys’s 105th birthday

Gladys’s 105th birthday

Gladys’s 105th birthday

Bury St Edmunds woman is 105-years-old today.


Contractor appointed as Post Office plans progress

Contractor appointed as Post Office plans progress

Contractor appointed as Post Office plans progress

St Edmundsbury Borough Council now intends to submit planning application for £8.4m scheme in February.


Students at Mildenhall College Academy offer friendship to care home residents

Students at Mildenhall College Academy offer friendship to care home residents

Students at Mildenhall College Academy offer friendship to care home residents

Sixth formers have joined charity Yopey’s befriender initiative.


Bury St Edmunds and West Suffolk MPs call for unity after Theresa May survives confidence vote

Bury St Edmunds and West Suffolk MPs call for unity after Theresa May survives confidence vote

Bury St Edmunds and West Suffolk MPs call for unity after Theresa May survives confidence vote

Jo Churchill has said Parliament ‘needs to think very carefully about the national interest’.


Solution drawn up for King Edward VI School students facing sixth form college move

Solution drawn up for King Edward VI School students facing sixth form college move

Solution drawn up for King Edward VI School students facing sixth form college move

New plans outlined will see current Year 12 students at King Edward VI remain at the school in Year 13 to complete their A-levels.


Volunteers come to support Thetford night shelter

Volunteers come to support Thetford night shelter

Volunteers come to support Thetford night shelter

A Thetford night shelter is set to start serving hot evening meals next week after more than one hundred people offered to volunteer for the project.


Jewellery stolen from home during burglary

Jewellery stolen from home during burglary

Jewellery stolen from home during burglary

The incident took place at some point between 3pm on December 2 and 1.45pm on December 9.


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