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The crowing of the cockerels - an ancient part of rural life - has been “destroyed” in one village, it is claimed, after owners felt pressured to get rid of their birds following noise complaints.

A multi-million pound blueprint for Bury St Edmunds, with a pedestrianised historic centre at its core, has been revealed.

Print company Denny Bros has donated £2,000 to mental health charity Suffolk Mind after a collaboration with local artist Kate Jackson.

A former heart patient who owes his life to West Suffolk Hospital has backed the £500,000 Every Heart Matters appeal to build a brand new cardiac diagnostic unit in Bury St Edmunds.

A charity football match raised almost £4,000 in memory of a keen Ixworth footballer who died from a brain tumour last year.

A Bury St Edmunds man has appeared in court after being charged in connection with two burglary incidents in the town within four days.

The East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust (EEAST) paid more than £1 million to taxi firms last year, figures reveal.

Regional law firm Birketts raised a £750 for a the Riding for the Disabled charity after organising a charity tennis tournament.

A burglar who was involved in a break-in at a house in Trimley St Mary at night while the owners were asleep has been jailed for 28 months.

Rail passengers travelling between Ipswich and Felixstowe today could face delays as engineering works mean fewer trains are able to run.

The wife of a Woodbridge man who went missing while walking in the French Alps almost one year ago says her loss never gets easier – but she gets stronger.

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Bury Mercury

The crowing of the cockerels - an ancient part of rural life - has been “destroyed” in one village, it is claimed, after owners felt pressured to get rid of their birds following noise complaints.

Print company Denny Bros has donated £2,000 to mental health charity Suffolk Mind after a collaboration with local artist Kate Jackson.

A former heart patient who owes his life to West Suffolk Hospital has backed the £500,000 Every Heart Matters appeal to build a brand new cardiac diagnostic unit in Bury St Edmunds.

Ed Sheeran will compete against friend Stormzy for this year’s Mercury Prize.

A charity football match raised almost £4,000 in memory of a keen Ixworth footballer who died from a brain tumour last year.

A Bury St Edmunds man has appeared in court after being charged in connection with two burglary incidents in the town within four days.

A multi-million pound blueprint for Bury St Edmunds, with a pedestrianised historic centre at its core, has been revealed.

Ipswich Star

The crowing of the cockerels - an ancient part of rural life - has been “destroyed” in one village, it is claimed, after owners felt pressured to get rid of their birds following noise complaints.

The East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust (EEAST) paid more than £1 million to taxi firms last year, figures reveal.

Regional law firm Birketts raised a £750 for a the Riding for the Disabled charity after organising a charity tennis tournament.

A burglar who was involved in a break-in at a house in Trimley St Mary at night while the owners were asleep has been jailed for 28 months.

Rail passengers travelling between Ipswich and Felixstowe today could face delays as engineering works mean fewer trains are able to run.

The wife of a Woodbridge man who went missing while walking in the French Alps almost one year ago says her loss never gets easier – but she gets stronger.

Nearly 280lbs of a product used as a cutting agent for cocaine has been seized at a Felixstowe warehouse.

The Saints Oktoberfest being run by Ipswich brewers Beer&Co this September will help raise cash for the Papworth Trust.

Frustrated East Anglian farmers are watching the weather after a wet spell which has caused combines to grind to a halt across much of the region.

A government minister is coming to Suffolk today to outline details of a £200m boost for the rural economy across the country.

Plans to overhaul eye care services in Ipswich and east Suffolk have been given the green light in a bid to reduce demand on Ipswich Hospital.

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