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West Suffolk Hospital confirms deaths of three more coronavirus patients

04 April 2020
West Suffolk Hospital confirms deaths of three more coronavirus patients

West Suffolk Hospital confirms deaths of three more coronavirus patients

04 April 2020

The patients all had underlying health conditions.


Thetford Forest gigs cancelled due to coronavirus

03 April 2020
Thetford Forest gigs cancelled due to coronavirus

Thetford Forest gigs cancelled due to coronavirus

03 April 2020

The summer concert series at Thetford Forest has been cancelled.


Government orders inquiry into West Suffolk Hospital over whistle-blower controversy

29 January 2020
Government orders inquiry into West Suffolk Hospital over whistle-blower controversy

Government orders inquiry into West Suffolk Hospital over whistle-blower controversy

29 January 2020

The Department of Health and Social Care commissioned a 'rapid and ​independent review' into how West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust handled the issue.


More than 250 trains cancelled due to heatwave

25 July 2019
More than 250 trains cancelled due to heatwave

More than 250 trains cancelled due to heatwave

25 July 2019

More than 250 Greater Anglia trains have been cancelled today due to the scorching temperatures.


Teenage Glemsford musician overwhelmed after triumph at BurySOUND

18 March 2019
Teenage Glemsford musician overwhelmed after triumph at BurySOUND

Teenage Glemsford musician overwhelmed after triumph at BurySOUND

18 March 2019

A 16-year-old musician has won the chance to record some tracks and boost her fanbase after her band triumphed in this year’s BurySOUND competition.


Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust rated inadequate

04 December 2018
Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust rated inadequate

Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust rated inadequate

04 December 2018

Mental health services in Suffolk and Norfolk have been rated inadequate for the third time in four years.


Lavenham pub keeps its licence following review

09 February 2018
Lavenham pub keeps its licence following review

Lavenham pub keeps its licence following review

09 February 2018

A Lavenham pub has kept its licence following a review requested by Suffolk Police.


Lavenham butcher describes the moment he and colleagues were caught in Westminster terror attack

23 March 2017
Lavenham butcher describes the moment he and colleagues were caught in Westminster terror attack

Lavenham butcher describes the moment he and colleagues were caught in Westminster terror attack

23 March 2017

A Lavenham butcher who was at the House of Commons during Wednesday’s terrorist attack has described the moment he and colleagues fled into the building.


Countdown begins to the Suffolk Show

22 February 2017
Countdown begins to the Suffolk Show

Countdown begins to the Suffolk Show

22 February 2017

Organisers of the Suffolk Show are preparing an action-packed programme with some new features for the celebration of the county’s heritage.


£50,000 reward for information leading to discovery of Corrie McKeague to be withdrawn

12 February 2017
£50,000 reward for information leading to discovery of Corrie McKeague to be withdrawn

£50,000 reward for information leading to discovery of Corrie McKeague to be withdrawn

12 February 2017

A £50,000 reward for information leading to the discovery of missing airman Corrie McKeague is to be withdrawn.


Student governor is elected at West Suffolk College

06 February 2017
Student governor is elected at West Suffolk College

Student governor is elected at West Suffolk College

06 February 2017

A new student governor has been elected at West Suffolk College.


VIDEO: Short film encourages patients to use pharmacies to reduce pressures on NHS

27 January 2017
VIDEO: Short film encourages patients to use pharmacies to reduce pressures on NHS

VIDEO: Short film encourages patients to use pharmacies to reduce pressures on NHS

27 January 2017

A short film has been produced to encourage residents to make greater use of pharmacies to help reduce the burden on NHS services.


Bury St Edmunds school begins its golden jubilee year

25 January 2017
Bury St Edmunds school begins its golden jubilee year

Bury St Edmunds school begins its golden jubilee year

25 January 2017

A Bury St Edmunds school began its golden jubilee year with a celebration of Mass at St Edmundsbury Cathedral.


Crowdfunding campaign to help Corrie McKeague search reaches £50,000 target

01 January 2017
Crowdfunding campaign to help Corrie McKeague search reaches £50,000 target

Crowdfunding campaign to help Corrie McKeague search reaches £50,000 target

01 January 2017

The mother of missing airman Corrie McKeague has expressed her gratitude after a crowdfunding campaign to help find her son reached its £50,000 target.


Father of missing airman Corrie McKeague spends birthday handing out leaflets to help find his son

09 December 2016
Father of missing airman Corrie McKeague spends birthday handing out leaflets to help find his son

Father of missing airman Corrie McKeague spends birthday handing out leaflets to help find his son

09 December 2016

The father of missing airman Corrie McKeague has spent his birthday handing out leaflets to shoppers in Bury St Edmunds town centre as part of the search for his son.


Mother of Corrie McKeague hits out at police over ‘betrayal of trust’

07 December 2016
Mother of Corrie McKeague hits out at police over ‘betrayal of trust’

Mother of Corrie McKeague hits out at police over ‘betrayal of trust’

07 December 2016

The mother of missing airman Corrie McKeague says the police have ‘utterly destroyed’ her confidence that they will find her son.


Grandparents of Corrie McKeague announce five figure reward for information to end family’s ‘torment’

06 December 2016

Grandparents of Corrie McKeague announce five figure reward for information to end family’s ‘torment’

06 December 2016

The grandparents of missing airman Corrie McKeague have announced a five figure reward for information leading to the discovery and return of their ‘beautiful’ grandson.


New era in supporting young people with special educational needs

11 November 2016
New era in supporting young people with special educational needs

New era in supporting young people with special educational needs

11 November 2016

An academy trust is celebrating a new era in supporting young people with special educational needs after launching a series of initiatives in Bury St Edmunds.


Mother of missing Corrie says ‘somebody else’ must be involved in disappearance

20 October 2016
Mother of missing Corrie says ‘somebody else’ must be involved in disappearance

Mother of missing Corrie says ‘somebody else’ must be involved in disappearance

20 October 2016

The mother of missing airman Corrie McKeague, who vanished after a night out in Bury St Edmunds nearly four weeks ago, says ‘somebody else’ must be involved in his disappearance.


Mum’s ‘terror’ after knife wielding clown chases her into house in Bury

14 October 2016
Mum’s ‘terror’ after knife wielding clown chases her into house in Bury

Mum’s ‘terror’ after knife wielding clown chases her into house in Bury

14 October 2016

A mother has spoken of her ‘terrifying’ ordeal after she was chased into a house by an individual dressed as a clown who then brandished a knife through a window and letter box.


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