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What are your memories of Mildenhall Air Fete over the years?

The weekend will continue to be warm and dry tomorrow daytime, but the evening may see the start of stormy weather.

Environmental activists from Extinction Rebellion (XR) and concerned residents marched in Thurston in protest of Persimmon Homes’ decision to axe a centuries-old oak tree as part of their new development.

A teenager who was seriously injured in a fall at Bury St Edmunds skate park is set to return home, his mother has said.

A man is facing jail after he admitted robbing a Tesco Express in Bury St Edmunds.

Slimming World clubs in Suffolk are to start reopening from Monday – with organisers saying they “excited to be back” helping members with their weight and lifestyle goals in person.

Explore the sights of Suffolk on bike with these more rural routes.

A fire in the grounds of Bury St Edmunds’ British Sugar factory have caused trains to be delayed - after the railway track running next to it was closed.

Temperatures soared to the highest recorded this year in Suffolk as the county continues to enjoy a scorching heatwave.

Two men have been arrested after a man was found unconscious near a bus stop in Bury St Edmunds.

Families have been making the most of the summer sunshine on what could become the hottest day of the year.

A man has suffered a serious wound to his hand following an alleged assault outside Londis in Beck Row.

Today is officially the hottest day of 2020 so far - and, judging by these pictures, you have certainly been enjoying the sun.

Part of RAF Mildenhall was evacuated after wartime ammunition was discovered during building work.

A huge blaze which destroyed 14,000sq m of Thetford Forest has prompted stark warnings about fire safety as an expected heatwave brings tinder dry conditions.

The coronavirus infection rate has decreased in almost all local authority areas in Suffolk – with the number of new cases more than halving.

Simon Weir and his girlfriend Ali went to the north Suffolk gastro-pub to discover how dining-out has changed (spoiler alert: it’s still excellent).

Suffolk is set to bask in scorching temperatures over the weekend - with people being urged to cut down on their water use.

A noise warning has been issued to locals ahead of American fighter jet training from RAF Lakenheath.

Coastal erosion won’t jeopardise plans for a massive nuclear power station on the Suffolk coast - even if nightmare worst case scenarios for flooding come true, environmental experts have said.

A decision on whether 65 new homes will be built near an old bacon factory in Elmswell has been delayed - after councillors disagreed on whether to give the plans the go-ahead.

Suffolk has recorded its first week of no coronavirus deaths since the disease arrived in March, new data reveals.

Health experts have reminded people to ensure they stick to social distancing measures as temperatures soar over the next few days.

A dog left in a sweltering vehicle in a Bury St Edmunds multi-storey car park during the hot weather had to be rescued by police.

Two teenagers who were arrested after a noxious substance was thrown at a man in Bury St Edmunds have been released under investigation.

Plans for the multi-million pound Western Way public services hub featuring health, council, leisure and police services in Bury St Edmunds have been approved.

A man has been charged in connection with the assault of two police officers at West Suffolk Hospital last weekend.

An anti-social tenant has been jailed for 38 weeks after ignoring an injunction banning him from harassing other residents on a Bury St Edmunds housing estate.

Six crews of firefighters spent nearly five hours putting out a forest fire spanning one acre.

Mobile play company Little City is preparing to bring its fun sessions for toddlers to community halls in Suffolk and Essex this month, after being given permission to reopen.

Hospital bosses have cut back on the number of ward areas used for coronavirus patients as Covid-19 admissions fell to just three at Ipswich.

Doctors have issued health warnings as Suffolk heads into a heatwave that could bring temperatures as high as 34C.

Work has started on expanding a Haverhill business centre in a bid to support small companies throughout west Suffolk thanks to half a million pounds of investment.

Campaigners have been left ‘disappointed’ after Persimmon Homes began work to axe a centuries-old oak tree as part of their new housing development in Thurston.

A Suffolk Royal Air Force veteran has celebrated his 100th birthday with some special visitors from RAF Honington.

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