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Councillor urges Barclays to reconsider Long Stratton branch closure plan

The Barclays Bank branch in Long Stratton will close in September, it has been confirmed.

Possibly the last chance to visit Worlingworth wildflower meadows that have appeared on BBC television

A north Suffolk wildflower meadow which has featured on national television opens to the public next week for five days and possibly for the last time ever.

Van fire in Dickleburgh tackled by Diss crew

A fire crew from Diss was called to extinguish a van fire in Dickleburgh last night.

ROYAL NORFOLK SHOW 2015: Environment secretary launches £900 million countryside programme

Environment secretary and South West Norfolk MP Elizabeth Truss today chose the Royal Norfolk Show to launch a £900 million countryside stewardship scheme.

July gets off to a sizzling start across the East

Temperatures had climbed into the 30s well before any mad dogs or Englishmen could venture into the noonday sun today.

Diss Town FC to hold free Open Day this month

Diss Town Football Club will open its doors to the public with a free Open Day when they hold their first home pre-season friendly.

Inquest into Worlingworth wall collapse deaths returns accidental verdict

An accidental death verdict has been returned for two men who died after a wall collapsed at a building site in Worlingworth.

490th Bomb Group’s history to be shared with Eye community after £40,000 grant award

The history of the American Air Force’s 490th Bomb Group airmen who served at Eye Airfield during the Second World War will be shared with the wider community after a grant award of nearly £40,000.

Tractor catches on fire in Wortham

A tractor caught on fire in Wortham on Monday.

Stradbroke VC Primary School teacher scoops Raising the Bar award

A north Suffolk primary school teacher has been rewarded for her work at a glittering ceremony organised by Suffolk County Council

High air pollution forecast for East Anglia today

Air pollution will be high in areas of East Anglia today, Wednesday, July 1.

In the sky tonight: Venus and Jupiter to put on spectacular show

The solar system’s two brightest planets will put on a spectacular show tonight, Tuesday June 30.

Crews tackle building fire in Harleston

Fire crews were called to tackle a building fire in Harleston on Sunday morning.

VIDEO: Paralysed man realises ‘dream’ as he walks for the first time in two years

A man who has been wheelchair-bound for more than two years says it is a “dream come true” to walk his future wife to be down the aisle thanks to some of the latest technology.

‘Emotional’ Pink Ladies Tractor Road Run returns on Sunday

An annual tractor run which has raised more than £400,000 for Cancer Research UK’s Breast Cancer Appeal returns this Sunday — with more than 150 ladies set to take part.

Delays on the railways as England becomes too hot for trains

Commuters are advised to check their journeys before travelling and have been warned that there may be disruption caused by the hot weather.

Heatwave warning for pet owners and top tips on keeping your best friend safe in the sun

The summer sun is a joyous sight for many people and their pets, unless of course they’re stuck in a hot place without water.

Number of dog attacks on the rise as Royal Mail awareness week begins

The number of court cases involving attacks by dogs has increased by 62%, with a similar rise in successful prosecutions, according to a new report.

Suffolk recognises those who Raise the Bar in education

Suffolk’s most inspirational education champions have won awards in recognition of their excellent work.

Minute’s silence to be held this Friday to remember victims of Tunisia beach massacre

There will be a nationwide minute’s silence at noon on Friday, July 3, following the terrorist attack in Tunisia last Friday.

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