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A Bury St Edmunds mother who helped save the life of her own son and her friend is encouraging more people to learn emergency first aid.

Six intrepid mums and staff from Horringer Pre-School are in training for a gruelling 10k muddy obstacle race to raise money for a new building.

An unsung hero from Bury St Edmunds who works tirelessly for her community has been recognised with a special award.

The region’s ambulance service has more than doubled its spend on private ambulances in just one year because of staff shortages and rising demand, new figures reveal.

A third man has been arrested in connection with the Parsons Green terror attack, Scotland Yard said.

Beloved tawny owl Mabel has returned to Christchurch Park following fears she may have disappeared for good.

The Great British Bake Off’s caramel week got off to a good start but cracks began to show during the technical challenge as one unlucky baker crashed out of the competition.

Dozens of riders from Ipswich and Colchester are heading off early tomorrow morning on a gruelling 300-mile cycle ride from London to Paris.

East Anglia’s biggest Halloween music festival, Zombie Fest 3, is returning for its third year.

The driving force behind Bury St Edmunds’ success in the Anglia in Bloom competition says she “still can’t quite believe it” after the town scooped the top prize at the prestigious floral awards.

Paramedics and firefighters were sent to help a man who was feared to have been suffering the effects of carbon monoxide poisoning in east Suffolk this morning.

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Mary Ann Sieghart became one of our best known political commentators, in the days when women in Westminster were few. But, surrounded by grey-suited male MPs, she struggled to tell them apart, due to a rare condition which makes it hard to recognise faces. She talks to Pat Parker about politics, face blindness, bullying and how Suffolk soothes her

The two chefs will be performing at Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds on September 30 and also hosting a private reception after the show

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Clumber spaniel Farley enjoys a circular stroll from Southwold to Walberswick and back with owners Mike and Clare Trippitt

When her world fell apart, Kit Bradley found a happier life looking after sheep. Matt Gaw met her at Nowton Park, near Bury St Edmunds. Photography: Jennifer Leavy

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Bury Mercury

A Bury St Edmunds mother who helped save the life of her own son and her friend is encouraging more people to learn emergency first aid.

Six intrepid mums and staff from Horringer Pre-School are in training for a gruelling 10k muddy obstacle race to raise money for a new building.

An unsung hero from Bury St Edmunds who works tirelessly for her community has been recognised with a special award.

The region’s ambulance service has more than doubled its spend on private ambulances in just one year because of staff shortages and rising demand, new figures reveal.

A Bury St Edmunds woman who has relatives living in Barbuda is planning to visit the Caribbean island which was devastated by Hurricane Irma to help with the clear-up operation.

Test your knowledge of Suffolk and European towns that are twinned together in our quiz.

A new official tourism brand for Bury St Edmunds, which has already secured more than £300,000 in funding, has been launched in a bid to boost visitor numbers and overnight stays in the town.

Ipswich Star

The region’s ambulance service has more than doubled its spend on private ambulances in just one year because of staff shortages and rising demand, new figures reveal.

A third man has been arrested in connection with the Parsons Green terror attack, Scotland Yard said.

Beloved tawny owl Mabel has returned to Christchurch Park following fears she may have disappeared for good.

The Great British Bake Off’s caramel week got off to a good start but cracks began to show during the technical challenge as one unlucky baker crashed out of the competition.

Dozens of riders from Ipswich are heading off early tomorrow morning on a gruelling 300-mile cycle ride from London to Paris in aid of St Elizabeth Hospice.

East Anglia’s biggest Halloween music festival, Zombie Fest 3, is returning for its third year.

Three police cars and an ambulance officer were spotted in Princes Street this afternoon following concerns raised by members of the public.

The budget airline, Ryanair, announced last week that it would be making daily cancellations to its flights to improve punctuality until the end of October.

A travel agency has offered youngsters a chance to train while on the job after launching an apprenticeship scheme.

Police are releasing CCTV images of two people officers would like to trace following an alleged theft from a shop in Ipswich.

Corporate employee fraud cost businesses in the East of England more than £6.3m last year, according to data.

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