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West Suffolk Hospital answers allegations of bullying

11 December 2019
West Suffolk Hospital answers allegations of bullying

West Suffolk Hospital answers allegations of bullying

11 December 2019

Health Secretary Matt Hancock has been drawn into a row about alleged bullying at West Suffolk Hospital over whistleblowing.


West Suffolk bin collection changes over Christmas and New Year

03 December 2019
West Suffolk bin collection changes over Christmas and New Year

West Suffolk bin collection changes over Christmas and New Year

03 December 2019

West Suffolk residents will be receiving a leaflet over the next two weeks telling them when their bins will be emptied.


A14 reopens after lorry crash caused traffic chaos for morning commuters

14 November 2019
A14 reopens after lorry crash caused traffic chaos for morning commuters

A14 reopens after lorry crash caused traffic chaos for morning commuters

14 November 2019

The A14 is now open in both directions after a crash saw both carriageways closed for more than seven hours.


GCSE Results 2019: Mildenhall College Academy

22 August 2019
GCSE Results 2019: Mildenhall College Academy

GCSE Results 2019: Mildenhall College Academy

22 August 2019

Mildenhall College Academy scored record results.


Man dies after serious collision involving lorry on A11 at Barton Mills

07 June 2019
Man dies after serious collision involving lorry on A11 at Barton Mills

Man dies after serious collision involving lorry on A11 at Barton Mills

07 June 2019

A man has died following a serious collision involving a lorry on the A11.


Two people die after 'multiple explosions' at bungalow

07 May 2019
Two people die after 'multiple explosions' at bungalow

Two people die after 'multiple explosions' at bungalow

07 May 2019

Fire crews were called just after noon to a house in Lidgate


Thugs involved in Simon Dobbin attack could face harsher punishments after wife’s plea

12 August 2017
Thugs involved in Simon Dobbin attack could face harsher punishments after wife’s plea

Thugs involved in Simon Dobbin attack could face harsher punishments after wife’s plea

12 August 2017

A gang of thugs who were convicted for their role in a ‘ferocious attack’ that left a Mildenhall man permanently brain damaged could face having their punishments increased following a plea from the victim’s wife.


Thirteenth man sentenced over attack on football fan Simon Dobbin

03 August 2017
Thirteenth man sentenced over attack on football fan Simon Dobbin

Thirteenth man sentenced over attack on football fan Simon Dobbin

03 August 2017

A man has received a suspended sentence for his role in an attack on a football supporter from Mildenhall who was left permanently brain damaged.


Two become one? St Edmundsbury and Forest Heath look to form single council

09 May 2017
Two become one? St Edmundsbury and Forest Heath look to form single council

Two become one? St Edmundsbury and Forest Heath look to form single council

09 May 2017

St Edmundsbury Borough and Forest Heath District Councils are looking to create a single authority for west Suffolk.


Final round of public consultation on Forest Heath’s plan for growth

02 January 2017
Final round of public consultation on Forest Heath’s plan for growth

Final round of public consultation on Forest Heath’s plan for growth

02 January 2017

The final round of public consultation on a plan for how thousands of homes can be distributed across Forest Heath launches next week.


Busy start to the year for firefighters in Suffolk

01 January 2017
Busy start to the year for firefighters in Suffolk

Busy start to the year for firefighters in Suffolk

01 January 2017

Firefighters have had a busy start to the year after they were called to several emergencies in the early hours of this morning.


Great-great-grandmother Winnie, 104, shares the secret to a long-lasting life

26 September 2016
Great-great-grandmother Winnie, 104, shares the secret to a long-lasting life

Great-great-grandmother Winnie, 104, shares the secret to a long-lasting life

26 September 2016

A great-great-grandmother who has celebrated her 104th birthday says the secret to a long-lasting life lies in work and the great outdoors.


New Prime Minister Theresa May will be ‘unifying figure’ say West Suffolk MPs

13 July 2016
New Prime Minister Theresa May will be ‘unifying figure’ say West Suffolk MPs

New Prime Minister Theresa May will be ‘unifying figure’ say West Suffolk MPs

13 July 2016

West Suffolk’s MPs have hailed new Prime Minister Theresa May as a ‘unifying figure with strong proven leadership’.


West Suffolk MP Matthew Hancock backs Theresa May to be Prime Minister

04 July 2016
West Suffolk MP Matthew Hancock backs Theresa May to be Prime Minister

West Suffolk MP Matthew Hancock backs Theresa May to be Prime Minister

04 July 2016

West Suffolk MP Matthew Hancock is backing Home Secretary Theresa May to be the next Conservative leader and Prime Minister.


Sailing group to cater for more people after councillor’s grant

03 July 2016
Sailing group to cater for more people after councillor’s grant

Sailing group to cater for more people after councillor’s grant

03 July 2016

More sailing enthusiasts will be able to navigate their way to a broader horizon thanks to a £1,300 grant from a councillor.


Thousands of people swoop on dragon festival at West Stow

27 June 2016
Thousands of people swoop on dragon festival at West Stow

Thousands of people swoop on dragon festival at West Stow

27 June 2016

Thousands of people managed to tame a dragon at a festival celebrating the legendary creatures over the weekend.


EU VOTE: ‘We have enormous ingenuity and capacity’, says West Suffolk MP on country’s future

24 June 2016
EU VOTE: ‘We have enormous ingenuity and capacity’, says West Suffolk MP on country’s future

EU VOTE: ‘We have enormous ingenuity and capacity’, says West Suffolk MP on country’s future

24 June 2016

West Suffolk MP Matthew Hancock says the British people have ‘enormous ingenuity and capacity’ to build a future after the vote to leave the European Union.


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