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Bury St Edmunds Liberal Democrat General Election candidate steps aside in pact with Green Party

Bury St Edmunds Liberal Democrat General Election candidate steps aside in pact with Green Party

Bury St Edmunds Liberal Democrat General Election candidate steps aside in pact with Green Party

Helen Korfanty has stepped down from running in the December 12 poll to allow Green candidate Dr Helen Geake to run ‘uncontested by another Remainer’.


Post office redevelopment scheme given the green light

Post office redevelopment scheme given the green light

Post office redevelopment scheme given the green light

Construction is likely to start in the spring.


Charity 'hopeful' over reuse shop contract decision

Charity 'hopeful' over reuse shop contract decision

Charity 'hopeful' over reuse shop contract decision

The Benjamin Foundation named as waste hub contract winner.


Neighbourhood Plans adopted by district council

Neighbourhood Plans adopted by district council

Neighbourhood Plans adopted by district council

Thurston and Haughley villagers voted overwhelmingly in favour.


Crunch vote as post office plans go to committee

Crunch vote as post office plans go to committee

Crunch vote as post office plans go to committee

17-18 Cornhill could be turned into flats and shops, while Market Thoroughfare would be widened.


Village GP: We haven't given up hope

Village GP: We haven't given up hope

Village GP: We haven't given up hope

Plans for 37 homes, village hall extension, GP surgery and new green are approved.


Prime Minister Boris Johnson visits Bury St Edmunds primary school

Prime Minister Boris Johnson visits Bury St Edmunds primary school

Prime Minister Boris Johnson visits Bury St Edmunds primary school

He was taken on a tour of the school’s different classes and met pupils and teachers.


Boris Johnson to visit Suffolk today

Boris Johnson to visit Suffolk today

Boris Johnson to visit Suffolk today

It is one of his first campaign stops since Parliament backed a General Election.


School transport: Six-fold increase in bus appeals

School transport: Six-fold increase in bus appeals

School transport: Six-fold increase in bus appeals

Independent review into controversial policy has been announced.


General election date decided in parliament

General election date decided in parliament

General election date decided in parliament

This means voters will be going to the polling stations in December for the first time since 1923.


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