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Changes to street lighting would cut bills by 60%

Changes to street lighting would cut bills by 60%

Changes to street lighting would cut bills by 60%

Suffolk County Council's Cabinet will vote next week on whether to replace almost 43,000 street lights with energy-saving LED lanterns


‘I just can’t keep doing it,’ says rat catcher, aged 87

‘I just can’t keep doing it,’ says rat catcher, aged 87

‘I just can’t keep doing it,’ says rat catcher, aged 87

Cyril Scrivener says he can't afford to keep buying the poison needed to deal with the rats invading the sewer next to his home in Haverhill


Recycled tech can help the British Legion

Recycled tech can help the British Legion

Recycled tech can help the British Legion

The British Legion Hall in Kedington is holding a drop-in event on Saturday where unwanted computing equipment can be dropped off to be recycled


Bushfire casualties get a helping hand

Bushfire casualties get a helping hand

Bushfire casualties get a helping hand

Sandra Hiscox, of Helions Bumpstead, is making joey pouches for the Animal Rescue Craft Guild – UK Division


'Ticky-tacky' housing gets a thumbs down

'Ticky-tacky' housing gets a thumbs down

'Ticky-tacky' housing gets a thumbs down

The developer wanted to build the 26 new homes on land behind Paynes Meadow in Linton


VIDEO: After more than one week of wrangling over who should fix it, a broken water pipe finally got repaired

VIDEO: After more than one week of wrangling over who should fix it, a broken water pipe finally got repaired

VIDEO: After more than one week of wrangling over who should fix it, a broken water pipe finally got repaired

Water had been pouring on to Waveney Terrace in Haverhill from the broken mains pipe at the rear of houses in Eden Road and Duddery Hill


West Suffolk residents to receive letter next week detailing changes to bin collections

West Suffolk residents to receive letter next week detailing changes to bin collections

West Suffolk residents to receive letter next week detailing changes to bin collections

The new collections start from November 11 and more than half of households will see a change of day to their collection of blue and black bins.


DEFRA grant is a boost for park facilities

DEFRA grant is a boost for park facilities

DEFRA grant is a boost for park facilities

Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) grant of £47, 652 will provide a new education, training and volunteer centre.


Bin collection days are set to be changed

Bin collection days are set to be changed

Bin collection days are set to be changed

West Suffolk Council has reviewed its household waste collection service and changes are on their way


Facelift for Haverhill shop fronts thanks to community-rallying action

Facelift for Haverhill shop fronts thanks to community-rallying action

Facelift for Haverhill shop fronts thanks to community-rallying action

Volunteers from insurance firm AXA joined councillors, council workers and tradespeople.


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