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Hedingham School students advance to finals of £1,000 Design a Sub competition

28 January 2020
Hedingham School students advance to finals of £1,000 Design a Sub competition

Hedingham School students advance to finals of £1,000 Design a Sub competition

28 January 2020

If successful, the business study students' sub will be rolled out to 100 Subway stores in East Anglia and they will win £1,000 in Amazon vouchers.


Bus users voice concerns as Chambers plans changes to key routes to and from Sudbury

24 January 2020
Bus users voice concerns as Chambers plans changes to key routes to and from Sudbury

Bus users voice concerns as Chambers plans changes to key routes to and from Sudbury

24 January 2020

The bus company is planning changes to services such as the 754, 753, 374, 236 and 84, as well as school routes, and has asked for comments by Monday.

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Appeal after man verbally abuses woman in Sudbury

23 January 2020
Appeal after man verbally abuses woman in Sudbury

Appeal after man verbally abuses woman in Sudbury

23 January 2020

The man approached the woman as she was waiting to pull out of a car park in Friars Street, blocked her vehicle, and started to shout and swear.


New fleet of modern trains introduced on Gainsborough Line to and from Sudbury

23 January 2020
New fleet of modern trains introduced on Gainsborough Line to and from Sudbury

New fleet of modern trains introduced on Gainsborough Line to and from Sudbury

23 January 2020

The old diesel train stock on the Gainsborough Line has been replaced with new, longer, three-carriage trains, powered by diesel and electricity.


Erivica Cakes in Hadleigh celebrates international award 18 months after launch of business

20 January 2020
Erivica Cakes in Hadleigh celebrates international award 18 months after launch of business

Erivica Cakes in Hadleigh celebrates international award 18 months after launch of business

20 January 2020

Terri Newman won a bronze award in the sculpted/carved cake category of Cake International, beating off competition from 1,800 entrants.


Doctor's surgery in Clare to significantly cut opening hours due to shortage of GPs

17 January 2020
Doctor's surgery in Clare to significantly cut opening hours due to shortage of GPs

Doctor's surgery in Clare to significantly cut opening hours due to shortage of GPs

17 January 2020

Residents have criticised a decision to reduce the opening hours of a doctors’ surgery in Clare from next month.


Community volunteer and former youth worker from Great Waldingfield dies at 86

17 January 2020
Community volunteer and former youth worker from Great Waldingfield dies at 86

Community volunteer and former youth worker from Great Waldingfield dies at 86

17 January 2020

Derek Hurrell, who lived on the Heath Estate with his wife Joyce, spent decades as a youth worker and was also involved in community adult education.


Youth football players help clean up Great Cornard with sponsored litter pick

17 January 2020
Youth football players help clean up Great Cornard with sponsored litter pick

Youth football players help clean up Great Cornard with sponsored litter pick

17 January 2020

Players for the Cornard Dynamos Under 13s team filled 17 bags with rubbish in a drive to help clean up the local area.


Bures Music Festival dishes out £15,000 among more than a dozen good causes

16 January 2020
Bures Music Festival dishes out £15,000 among more than a dozen good causes

Bures Music Festival dishes out £15,000 among more than a dozen good causes

16 January 2020

Music-lovers who enjoyed last year’s sell-out Bures Music Festival helped boost charity donations to the tune of £15,000.


West Suffolk Hospital investigates issue that may have led to delays in reviewing patients' cases

11 January 2020
West Suffolk Hospital investigates issue that may have led to delays in reviewing patients' cases

West Suffolk Hospital investigates issue that may have led to delays in reviewing patients' cases

11 January 2020

It follows claims that scans for patients with aneurysms were deleted after 90 days and the hospital email system did not alert doctors to check them.


Four men charged with conspiracy to supply cocaine after arrests in Halstead and north Essex

27 December 2019
Four men charged with conspiracy to supply cocaine after arrests in Halstead and north Essex

Four men charged with conspiracy to supply cocaine after arrests in Halstead and north Essex

27 December 2019

All four men have been remanded and they are scheduled to appear at Chelmsford Magistrates’ Court on Friday, January 10.


General Election 2019: Live coverage for South Suffolk and surrounding constituencies

12 December 2019
General Election 2019: Live coverage for South Suffolk and surrounding constituencies

General Election 2019: Live coverage for South Suffolk and surrounding constituencies

12 December 2019

Follow our live blog for all the latest news and updates during polling day and from the election counts in your area.


PICTURES: Clare Christmas Fair attracts biggest ever crowds

06 December 2019
PICTURES: Clare Christmas Fair attracts biggest ever crowds

PICTURES: Clare Christmas Fair attracts biggest ever crowds

06 December 2019

Clare staged its biggest Christmas fair on Friday and Saturday, attracting scores of visitors, topped off by the town’s Christmas lights switch-on.


PICTURES: Winter art exhibition in Thorpe Morieux raises almost £800 for charity

06 December 2019
PICTURES: Winter art exhibition in Thorpe Morieux raises almost £800 for charity

PICTURES: Winter art exhibition in Thorpe Morieux raises almost £800 for charity

06 December 2019

Eighteen artists exhibited their work at a fundraising art show in Thorpe Morieux Village Hall at the weekend.


Halstead man jailed after stealing more than £3,600 worth of BT cables

05 December 2019
Halstead man jailed after stealing more than £3,600 worth of BT cables

Halstead man jailed after stealing more than £3,600 worth of BT cables

05 December 2019

A Halstead man, who was caught stealing thousands of pounds worth of telecommunications cable, has been sent to prison for 19 months.


PICTURES: Christmas Lights Switch-on illuminates Sudbury in festive colours

05 December 2019
PICTURES: Christmas Lights Switch-on illuminates Sudbury in festive colours

PICTURES: Christmas Lights Switch-on illuminates Sudbury in festive colours

05 December 2019

Thousands of people crowded on to Market Hill in Sudbury to watch the town shine bright for Christmas.


Precision Made Joinery in Acton raises over £2,000 for charity in obstacle course

03 December 2019
Precision Made Joinery in Acton raises over £2,000 for charity in obstacle course

Precision Made Joinery in Acton raises over £2,000 for charity in obstacle course

03 December 2019

Five miles of tough terrain have been conquered by a team from a joinery business in Acton, resulting in more than £2,000 being raised for charity.


Monks Eleigh couple given green light for 3,500-mile charity road trip to India

27 November 2019
Monks Eleigh couple given green light for 3,500-mile charity road trip to India

Monks Eleigh couple given green light for 3,500-mile charity road trip to India

27 November 2019

Alan Braithwaite received the all-clear from doctors, after a double bypass heart operation, to undertake a mammoth 3,500-mile road trip across India.


Morrisons becomes first supermarket to use 'Too Good to Go' food waste app

26 November 2019
Morrisons becomes first supermarket to use 'Too Good to Go' food waste app

Morrisons becomes first supermarket to use 'Too Good to Go' food waste app

26 November 2019

A supermarket chain is the first in Suffolk to sell food past its best before date at slashed prices, after launching a new app to help reduce waste.


Plans for travellers' site in Monks Eleigh receive more than 80 objections

25 November 2019
Plans for travellers' site in Monks Eleigh receive more than 80 objections

Plans for travellers' site in Monks Eleigh receive more than 80 objections

25 November 2019

Two Monks Eleigh residents against the plans, which are near their homes, have instructed a planning consultancy and barrister to act on their behalf.


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