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Local headlines

A driver was left trapped after a two car crash in Bury St Edmunds.

A mum-of-two has said she is finding it hard to sleep after her family’s possessions were destroyed in a house fire.

The price of getting a Hackney cab in west Suffolk could rise by 3.3% in January under new proposals.

New types of housing - such as modular properties - could be part of the solution to addressing the need for more homes in west Suffolk, a new vision has suggested.

A former soldier who had both legs amputated following a bomb blast in Afghanistan nine years ago visited West Suffolk College to speak to students about his charity work.

An English teacher in Bury St Edmunds has avoided spending the Christmas break in an empty school.

A builder has been appointed for the next stage of a £6.72million transformation of the former post office building in Bury St Edmunds town centre.

A campaign has been launched to help new parents and carers cope with their baby’s crying.

A man has been assaulted following a heated argument at a village pub in Suffolk.

The countdown to Christmas is something to dread for some who face the prospect of spending the holiday alone, with no-one to talk to or share their turkey with.

Greene & Greene Solicitors is one of eight national firms shortlisted for Firm of the Year in the Human Resources Category (outside London) as part of the Legal 500 UK Awards 2019.

A successful scheme to support the NHS by addressing social and wellbeing needs of residents has received a £663,000 funding boost.

The kindness of shoppers and staff at the three Tesco stores in Bury St Edmunds has led to a series of Christmas gifts being collected for patients at the West Suffolk Hospital.

A pantomime dame starring in Sleeping Beauty turned up in full costume to give an armful in Bury St Edmunds to promote the importance of being a blood donor.

Thieves smashed a glass pane before taking jewellery from the bedrooms of an unoccupied property in Bury St Edmunds.

An appeal for dashcam footage has been launched after a BMW was stolen from a home in Cockfield, near Bury St Edmunds.

Five young Ipswich Town stars visited West Suffolk Hospital to spread some Christmas cheer and hand out presents to children.

A popular sandwich shop in Bury St Edmunds has closed its doors after trading in the town for more than 20 years.

A new 80-room hotel and coffee shop development in Bury St Edmunds had been scheduled to open in January, but has now been put off.

A market leader in noise reduction solutions has been shortlisted for a top industry award.

The “amazing” fundraising efforts of the community have been hailed after a multi-million pound cardiac centre was officially opened at West Suffolk Hospital.

A woman hid in a wardrobe from three robbers when they broke into her Newmarket home and stole jewellery, cash and a safe.

A coroner has expressed concern about communication at a Suffolk hospital where a 79-year-old woman died after falling on a ward there.

Construction boss Marc Quilton has been honoured for his long service after celebrating a quarter of a century with Bloor Homes.

A Bury St Edmunds care home is opening its doors to the community for its annual Christmas fayre.

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