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Campaigners fear conditions will not be met after Hadleigh Quarry plans approved

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The Sudbury Story - Guided Walk Around Sudbury with Caroline Bridge''''PICTURE: Mecha Morton

PICTURES: Walk and talk brings Sudbury to life

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Great Cornard village sign has recently been restored (artwork by Wayne Tanswell)''Pictured: Stewart Sheridan (Vice chairman), Mark Newman (Parish Council), Pamela White (Chairman of Great Cornard Parish), Andrew Rout (Builder who helped construct the sign) and artist Wayne Tanswell'''PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Revamped Great Cornard village sign gets the thumbs up

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Suffolk County Council's headquarters at Endeavour House, Ipswich

Babergh council tax bill to rise again as district faces further funding cuts

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High street still closed as firefighters continue to tackle Halstead blaze

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Long Melford great-grandmother celebrates 103rd birthday

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Hadleigh laments loss of soon-to-close Barclays Bank

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Eleven vehicles stolen from garage business in Halstead

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The Suffolk Befriending Scheme charity. Pictured: Claire Suddaby (Team and projects manager), Vikki Tinsley (Finance and office manager), Shirley Moore (Chief exec), Tash Young (Administrator and tutor) and Angie Bentley (Training administrator).

Sudbury’s Befriending Scheme gains £5,000 grant for farm project

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The Pinkuah Arms pub closed in December after the tenants left and weren't making enough money to make it a viable business.''The owner and landlord is planning to launch an appeal over the status of it as an asset of community value.''''PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Pentlow pub’s future in jeopardy as owner seeks removal of asset of value status

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PICTURES: Hundreds rally to protest over-development in Long Melford

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Big Cars Ltd in Sudbury has ceased trading due to unsustainable trading conditions'''''PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Big Cars dealership in Sudbury shuts due to market pressures

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South Suffolk MP James Cartlidge in Hadleigh

Sudbury bypass project moves to next stage after MP presents petition to Parliament

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Chambers Bus operator in Sudbury is running a trainmen programme as part of a recruitment scheme''Pictured: Lloyd Kyzer (Just passed his PCV driving test), Instructor Kev White and Natalia Sowa (Bus Driver)'''PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Bus operator seeking new recruits for training scheme in Sudbury

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LONG MELFORD'Hall Street, Long Melford, Suffolk'Long Melford resident Brian West is seeking 1,000 signatures for his petition calling for a stop to further development in the village.'Picture Mark Westley

Long Melford action group forms to fight ‘excessive’ development

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Eleven vehicles stolen from garage business in Halstead

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Ipswich Crown Court

Man admits to arson incident in Sudbury

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Halstead woman robbed by two men in alleyway

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The Co-op Foodstore in High Street, Lavenham was ram raided in the early hours of Thursday, December 21

Two arrests in connection with Suffolk ram raids

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One week left to have your say on Suffolk’s school buses

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GREAT CORNARD'Suffolk Borders Teaching Alliance Conference Centre, Wells Hall Road,'Great Cornard'Children's literacy charity, Beanstalk, is launching a reading scheme'at Nayland Primary School and another in Ipswich .'Picture Mark Westley

South Suffolk schools benefit from share of £200,000 grant

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ETC pics from The Swan in Lavenham.     Ingo Wiangke.

Lavenham hotel forms alliance to host recruits on training placements

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The website for the petition against changes to Suffolk's school transport policy

School bus petition signed by three times more people than have filled in county’s consultation

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GLEMSFORD'Glemsford Primary Academy have been rated 'Good' in their latest Ofsted report.'Headteacher Ben Jeffery with School council and pupil leadeship team'Picture Mark Westley

Strong Ofsted report marks big turnaround for Glemsford school

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Campaigners fear conditions will not be met after Hadleigh Quarry plans approved

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Micky Dixon turned 103 on Monday '''PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Long Melford great-grandmother celebrates 103rd birthday

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Barclays Bank in High Street, Hadleigh, will close on June 1, 2018, due to a decline in customer usage.'Picture Mark Westley

Hadleigh laments loss of soon-to-close Barclays Bank

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Eleven vehicles stolen from garage business in Halstead

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Campaigners fear conditions will not be met after Hadleigh Quarry plans approved

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Suffolk County Council's headquarters at Endeavour House, Ipswich

Babergh council tax bill to rise again as district faces further funding cuts

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Suffolk County Council's headquarters at Endeavour House, Ipswich

Opposition says council has ‘abandoned’ Hadleigh and urges improved access to services

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Long Melford residents look over plans for the future of their neighbourhood.'Pic- Richard Marsham

Long Melford will be ‘open season without Neighbourhood Plan’, warns councillor

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Suffolk's last chief executive Deborah Cadman

Hopes for new Suffolk County Council chief executive by Easter

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Campaigners fear conditions will not be met after Hadleigh Quarry plans approved

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Tower power: could your local church boost you mobile phone signal?

Bishop backs cellphone mast deal for church towers

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Hedingham Castle, Bayley Street, Castle Hedingham'Snowdrop Sunday'Nevaen, Connor and Aliyah Saffell from South Woodham Ferrers'Picture Mark Westley

PICTURES: Snowdrop events in Castle Hedingham and Lamarsh herald arrival of spring

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Flora Bagnall is fundraising for a conservation trip in the Amazon

Sudbury teenager fundraising to join rainforest conservation project in Peru

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Disruption as travellers occupy land near Sudbury Health Centre

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The launch of Marie Curie daffodil appeal. Volunteers are helping the launch by dressing up in daffodil costumes''Pictured l-r: Steph Crack and Peter Heath

Marie Curie Daffodil Appeal seeks volunteers in Sudbury and Hadleigh

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Gabriella Stanley, of Great Henny, is running two marathons in memory of her aunt, to raise money for Mind.

Great Henny woman to run two marathons in six weeks in memory of aunt

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St Joseph's Care Home in Sudbury was received a 'Good' rating from the CQC''''PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Sudbury care home’s CQC rating rises after raft of improvements

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Ella Manser is taking part in a sky dive in May to raise money for a 9-year-old boy, Charlie Till, who has Down Syndrome. She hopes the money will help towards the cost of a new bedroom for him.'''PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Great Cornard woman to brave fears with skydive in aid of boy with Down’s syndrome

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