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Allow extra time to travel as thousands head towards Suffolk Show 2015 this week

Police are reminding drivers they may need to allow extra time for their journey over the next couple of days as the 2015 Suffolk Show takes place at Trinity Park.

Mid Suffolk District Council reveals portfolio holders

The portfolio holders at Mid Suffolk District Council for the next four years have been revealed following a meeting last week.

Gislingham man walks free after child cruelty trial

Two former staff members at a boarding school who admitted child cruelty offences have walked free from court.

High street trader is new mayor of Diss

The new mayor of Diss is Julian Mason, the town councillor who also runs the Larter and Ford hardware store in the town.

Local officers are an “endangered species” say Police Federation but Home Secretary claims scaremongering

Local neighbourhood police are an “endangered species” the chairman of the Police Federation has said.

Rare bird spotted in Suffolk for first time in more than 30 years

A rare little bittern bird has been spotted for the first time in Suffolk since 1979 at RSPB Lakenheath Fen

Chris needs gardening volunteers for St Nicholas Hospice Care

Volunteers are needed to help smarten up the flowerbeds in front of St Nicholas Hospice Care.

Hopton villagers fund their own public defibrillator

Hopton village is now a safer place thanks to the fund raising efforts of its residents.

Three Norfolk women arrested over illegal rave in south Lincolnshire

Three women from Norfolk have been arrested by police following an illegal rave in south Lincolnshire late last night, in which three officers and a dog were injured.

SEE VIDEO: Thousands enjoy BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend in Norwich

Thousands of music fans from across the region have been enjoying the sights and sounds of BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend in Norwich, which continues today.

Women from Norfolk arrested at illegal rave at which police officers and a police dog were injured

Three Norfolk women have been arrested following an illegal rave in Lincolnshire, during which four police officers and a police dog were injured.

CLASS OF THE WEEK - East Harling Primary School

The pupils of Class R at East Harling Primary School are this edition’s Class of the Week.

Wilby Primary School earns national award for excellence in science

Wilby Church of England Primary School has thrown down the benchmark for science education in north Suffolk after obtaining a national award for excellence.

Cat of the Week - Spongebob

This week’s Cat of the Week, courtesy of Framlingham and Saxmundham Cats Protection, is Super Spongebob, a three-year-old lad who is friendly, affectionate and full of life.

Brockdish Primary School hold vote ballot for bird symbol of Britain

Children at Brockdish Church of England Primary School played their role in the recent elections buzz when they joined staff, governors and visitors in voting for the bird to serve as the symbol for Britain.

FEATURE: Suffolk’s new High Sheriff wants to put arts and culture in the limelight

Suffolk’s new High Sheriff, Judith Shallow, says arts and culture will take centre stage throughout her year in the position.

REVIEW - Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

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Pupils put fundraising on map

Children at St Louis Catholic Academy have also been doing their bit for the Nepal earthquake victims.

Rotary Club of High Suffolk raises £1,770 for Nepal earthquake relief

More than £1,700 has been raised to benefit the people devastated by two recent earthquakes in Nepal, thanks to the generosity harnessed by the Rotary Club of High Suffolk.

Mid Anglia CAMRA festival in Yaxley celebrates real ale and cider

Some of the finest locally produced real ales and ciders were celebrated at the Mid Anglia Campaign For Real Ale (CAMRA) Beer and Cider Festival in Yaxley last week.

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