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  1. Bury maltings fall worker 3.5 times drink-drive limitRead the original story w/Photo

    28 min ago | Bury Free Press

    A worker who fell 44ft from a silo gantry was 3.5 times the drink drive limit, though colleagues said he was behaving normally. Paul Michael Ebbens, 57, of Church Row, Bury St Edmunds, fell from the gantry in February 2013 while checking the contents level in a general waste silo at Pauls Malt in Eastern Way, Bury, an inquest heard in the town on Wednesday.

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  2. Norton pioneer doctor hangs up his stethoscopeRead the original story w/Photo

    28 min ago | Bury Free Press

    When Dr Andy Mason first used a defibrillator on a man in his own home he was threatened with disciplinary action. Today every ambulance has one, while the public may be asked to use them under guidance in an emergency, and that was exactly what Andy wanted to see in the late 1970s.

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  3. Travel misery as over-running engineering work causes long delays in...Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Ipswich Evening Star

    Rail services between Norwich and London Liverpool Street could be cancelled or delayed by up to 30 minutes in both directions at short notice this morning after engineering works overrun between Diss and Stowmarket. As a result, two services were cancelled this morning - the 4.55am Norwich to London Liverpool Street and the 7.30am London Liverpool Street to Norwich.

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  4. Gang steals 29 phones from people watching gig at UEA in NorwichRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Evening News

    Almost 30 mobile phones were stolen in a single night after thieves descended on a gig at the University of East Anglia . Police said they had received 29 reports of handsets being taken from people attending a performance by "metalcore" band Asking Alexandria, at the campus's Lower Common Room on Wednesday.

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  5. What should happen to derelict Vixen pub in Haverhill?Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Cambridge Evening News

    A change of use application, to transform the former public house into a funeral parlour and mortuary, entered by directors R Gwinnell & Sons, was withdrawn in October 2012. Planning permission is not required to change the use of the building to a funeral parlour and separate permission was later granted for building alterations including the creation of gable ends, and a new entrance door and screen.

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  6. Cambridge News published Accident which killed Vivienne Bickerton of Cambridge prompts...Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Cambridge Evening News

    Signage improvements have been made on a roundabout in Suffolk after an accident which killed a 23-year-old woman from Cambridge. Vivienne Bickerton, of Walnut Tree Way in Cambridge, died in a car accident in the early hours of July 22 last year in Bury St Edmunds in July when the driver failed to see the upcoming A134 Sugarbeet roundabout.

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  7. Mixed welcome heralds Enterprise Island plansRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Ipswich Evening Star

    An impression of the possible development of the island site with the double bridge over the lock in the foreground. Proposals for an "Enterprise Island" in the heart of the Ipswich Waterfront have received a mixed welcome in the town.

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  8. Motorist jailed for driving like modern-day Ben Hur on the A12 near WoodbridgeRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Ipswich Evening Star

    A motorist who barged another driver's car off the A12 near Woodbridge has been jailed for six months for what the judge described as "a modern day version of Ben Hur". Sentencing 32-year-old Matthew Care, Recorder Ian Evans, described his driving as "seriously dangerous" and "aggressive" and said he had placed his son, who was in the car with him, in jeopardy.

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  9. Shock as popular Gorleston student is seized by immigration officersRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Eastern Daily Press

    A popular student who won national acclaim for his charity fundraising efforts is facing a deportation battle after he was seized from his home. Concerned college staff and friends were immediately spurred into action to campaign for his release, amid fears he could be sent back to danger in Afghanistan.

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  10. Palmers in Dereham is sold to well-known businessman with a A 2m plan to rejuvenate townRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Eastern Daily Press

    A 2m plan to transform Palmers department store in Dereham and a neighbouring eyesore into an upmarket supermarket and clothing shop has been confirmed. Well-known businessman Basil Todd, 73, has reached an agreement to buy Palmers, in Norwich Street, and hopes to have his new venture open in the spring.

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  11. Thetford remembers the First World WarRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Eastern Daily Press

    Part one of a WW1 exhibition is now on display n the Ancient House Museum, Thetford . Sue Ketchell with knitted poppies.

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  12. Blind Ipswich man pushed onto railway tracks at Chelmsford - Two...Read the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Ipswich Evening Star

    ""This is one of the most appalling incidents I have investigated. "It is no exaggeration to say the brothers could have been killed after being thrown onto the tracks.

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  13. St Felix arsonist locked away for carrying gunRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Newmarket Today

    An arsonist, who six years ago burned down Newmarket's St Felix Middle School, has been locked up again, this time for carrying a gun. Daniel Mitson, now 20, was just 14 when he started the fire which completely destroyed the much-loved school in the summer of 2008.

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  14. Northern Approach Road openRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Gazette-news.co.uk

    Rodney Bass, cabinet member for highways and transportation, said: "The reopening of this section of the Northern Approach Road brings the scheme closer to completion. This will help the construction of the Severalls Hospital redevelopment and its school and provide bus priority lanes for the Colchester Park and Ride.

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  15. Operation Insight from Essex Police targets autumn burglaries by...Read the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | East Anglian Daily Times

    Set timers for lights to come on when it's dark and be aware of the changing time this happens. It was first launched on October 1 2013, and resulted in 823 fewer break-ins over the course of the year.

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  16. Poppy Appeal launch misses Wattisham Airfield target and waiting...Read the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | East Anglian Daily Times

    The launch of Suffolk's Poppy Appeal hit a major hiccup today - when the plane carrying 60,000 of them missed the dozens of children waiting below. But this year the plane's communications system failed meaning the poppies fell on a woodland, which is on the edge of the military base, near Stowmarket.

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  17. Permission for Manningtree Tesco does not expire until November 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | East Anglian Daily Times

    Town hall lawyers have confirmed planning permission for a new Tesco store in Manningtree does not expire until November 2015. Concerns had been raised when the supermarket giant said work on the site in Station Road would not begin until February, three months after the original permission expired.

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  18. Former students from East Anglian School for Girls catch up on past...Read the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | East Anglian Daily Times

    In 1972 the Bury St Edmunds-based East Anglian School for Girls joined Culford School to create one of the first fully co-educational independent schools in the area. Last weekend about 40 members of the original EASG came to Culford for an event which reunited long-lost friends who left school about 50 years ago.

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  19. Family of Ethel Butcher, 85, who died at Care UK's Mildenhall...Read the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | East Anglian Daily Times

    The family of a resident who died at the under-fire care home Mildenhall Lodge had concerns over the care at the Care UK facility. Today an inquest into the death of Ethel Butcher at the home in St Johns Close on September 18 was opened and adjourned.

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  20. Antiques Road Trip stars praise Diss auction "buzz" after TW Gaze filmingRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Diss Today

    Anita Manning and Paul Laidlaw, of the BBC series Antiques Road Trip, eagerly await their auction lots during filming at TW Gaze sale rooms in Diss Two well-known TV antiques experts applauded the "terrific" atmosphere at a Diss auction house last Friday after visiting to film an episode of their popular BBC series. Anita Manning and Paul Laidlaw stopped off at the TW Gaze sale rooms in Roydon Road for the latest leg in the current series of Antiques Road Trip, a show which sees the experts compete to see who can obtain the most money from auctioning off antiques they buy from all over the country.

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