Carphone Warehouse has announced the closure of all 531 of its standalone stores – with an expected loss of 2,900 jobs.
More than 2,000 flyers – inviting Great Cornard residents to a public meeting to find solutions to long-term parking issues – have been circulated.
Every night, often for five hours at a time, wildlife champion George Millins paces up and down a few hundred yards of road on the lookout for frogs.
The newly-relaunched Sudbury Fairtrade Group will run an awareness-raising stand outside the town hall on Saturday, as part of Fairtrade Fortnight.
During the nature hunt, which runs until Sunday, children were tasked with finding a list of 40 items on their maps around the Kentwell Hall grounds.
During a meeting on Tuesday, new town councillor Louise Fowler reiterated her opposition to plans to build a hotel on the former swimming pool site.
The petition has received 165 signatures from residents, who claim the land's use as an impromptu car park has left it in a sorry condition.
The Belle Vue Community Group said Belle Vue Park’s Asset of Community Value status meant the community should be given a chance to purchase the land.
A new project showcasing the walking routes in Bures could bring about many benefits to residents and visitors alike, according to the local council.
Players for the Cornard Dynamos Under 13s team filled 17 bags with rubbish in a drive to help clean up the local area.
The organisation has warned of the risks of traffic and flooding issues due to development in Great Cornard, ahead of a public meeting next week.
Prior to the work being undertaken, anglers were unable to fish along this part of the river because of factors such as the build-up of silt.
Homeowners in Great Cornard had to act fast, as water levels rapidly increased due to heavy rainfall over the festive period.