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Craig Bradshaw is a reporter for both the Newmarket Journal and Suffolk News. Craig began his career after an Essex University course on the Bury Free Press and the Diss Express.

Pair think of a business that wood work ... and nail it

10 July 2021
Pair think of a business that wood work ... and nail it

Pair think of a business that wood work ... and nail it

10 July 2021

Successful business built by skilled duo with decades of experience between them.


Suzi offers a helping hand

10 July 2021
Suzi offers a helping hand

Suzi offers a helping hand

10 July 2021

A community has come together to celebrate the kind acts of one of its residents and present her with an award.


Pioneer ready to see community projects prosper

04 July 2021
Pioneer ready to see community projects prosper

Pioneer ready to see community projects prosper

04 July 2021

Support and connections can be found for those who have ideas to help their community or projects to advance.


£50k Dragon’s Den boost for family-led first aid venture

03 July 2021
£50k Dragon’s Den boost for family-led first aid venture

£50k Dragon’s Den boost for family-led first aid venture

03 July 2021

Family has proved the inspiration for this business, which is being rolled out across Norfolk.


Dragon spreads its wings so a Greyhound can find its feet

29 June 2021
Dragon spreads its wings so a Greyhound can find its feet

Dragon spreads its wings so a Greyhound can find its feet

29 June 2021

Meet the couple who have decided to swap their Dragon for a Greyhound in what promises to be an exciting new challenge.


Litter group looks to pick up members

28 June 2021
Litter group looks to pick up members

Litter group looks to pick up members

28 June 2021

The new group is looking to tackle litter around town during monthly meet ups.


Diss roadworks

25 June 2021
Diss roadworks

Diss roadworks

25 June 2021

Roadworks in the town of Diss over the next two weeks.


River ‘almost black’ during oxygen crash

25 June 2021
River ‘almost black’ during oxygen crash

River ‘almost black’ during oxygen crash

25 June 2021

The Environment Agency rushed to the River Waveney with equipment to urgently re-oxygenate the water.


The delights of a dawn chorus

25 June 2021
The delights of a dawn chorus

The delights of a dawn chorus

25 June 2021

The 21-year-old 70 minute recording of nature's sounds has been brought in to the digital world.


Elderly woman died during 200-mile trip to find a bed

25 June 2021
Elderly woman died during 200-mile trip to find a bed

Elderly woman died during 200-mile trip to find a bed

25 June 2021

An inquest has concluded that there was nothing criminal or suspicious about Mrs Copeman's death.


Enterprise that aims to be best bar none is soapen for business

25 June 2021
Enterprise that aims to be best bar none is soapen for business

Enterprise that aims to be best bar none is soapen for business

25 June 2021

Two friends are looking to build a business on the foundations of eco-friendliness, soap and creativity.


Villagers are continuing in their efforts to honour local war heroes.

24 June 2021
Villagers are continuing in their efforts to honour local war heroes.

Villagers are continuing in their efforts to honour local war heroes.

24 June 2021

A village has been breathing life in to the stories of its long lost war heroes through a new website.


Inspirational art? You can bank on it

23 June 2021
Inspirational art? You can bank on it

Inspirational art? You can bank on it

23 June 2021

The bank is set to open its doors to a collection of artistic creations once more.


Man is sentenced after several collisions during dangerous driving incident.

19 June 2021
Man is sentenced after several collisions during dangerous driving incident.

Man is sentenced after several collisions during dangerous driving incident.

19 June 2021

A man has been sentenced after aggressive driving through slow moving traffic in which he struck several cars.


Hundreds of new homes on horizon for growing town

18 June 2021
Hundreds of new homes on horizon for growing town

Hundreds of new homes on horizon for growing town

18 June 2021

Hundreds of houses could soon be under construction in the town, with a new planning application expected to be put forward in the coming weeks.


Artistic entrepreneur Josh looks to have a rosy future

17 June 2021
Artistic entrepreneur Josh looks to have a rosy future

Artistic entrepreneur Josh looks to have a rosy future

17 June 2021

An art-based business that's forging ahead and putting it's petal to the metal.


Group’s meadow makeover

17 June 2021
Group’s meadow makeover

Group’s meadow makeover

17 June 2021

Local resident's efforts have been the making of this beautiful meadow.


Man pleads not guilty after being charged with drugs offences

14 June 2021
Man pleads not guilty after being charged with drugs offences

Man pleads not guilty after being charged with drugs offences

14 June 2021

Th man will appear at Norwich Crown Court next month after pleading not guilty to drugs charges on Friday


Town hops out of lockdown and in to a beer festival

14 June 2021
Town hops out of lockdown and in to a beer festival

Town hops out of lockdown and in to a beer festival

14 June 2021

A town is ready to leave lockdown behind and bring its community together with a beer festival.


Community clean up sees litter bags filled to Burston

13 June 2021
Community clean up sees litter bags filled to Burston

Community clean up sees litter bags filled to Burston

13 June 2021

A community clean up group has been working to keep its village tidy.


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