The Picturehouse cinema in Bury St Edmunds will be sold and the branch in Cambridge could also soon be on the market.
The number of Army reservists in our region is likely to increase following a government announcement today on the future of the army.
The new mayor of Bury St Edmunds is recovering after crashing through Tesco's front door.
The owner of a pet cat strangled to death with gaffer tape say they're devastated by the death.
Jennifer Pettit, 46, said she and her daughter had been left devastated by the death of the five-year-old cat.
– Jennifer Pettit
You worry when you let your cat out that it might go missing or be hit by a car.
"But what's happened is unimaginable - it would never have occurred to me that somebody would deliberately do this to an innocent animal.
My cat was categorically murdered. He was strangled to death and his throat cut open.
I've no idea why anybody would do this to him or to us but the worry is, if they've done it once, they'll do it again so it's important that they are caught."
Anyone with information should contact Pc Stephanie Rose at Bury St Edmunds Police Station on 101
A pet cat has been found strangled in Bury St Edmunds.
The animal was found dead on Sunday at the Vinefields area of the town.
The cat, a male black and brown tabby, had not returned home after being let out last Tuesday.
Suffolk Police say the cat had been strangled with gaffer tape wrapped aroud its neck. It had also suffered a deep cut to its neck.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Suffolk Police.
Film buffs in Cambridge and Bury St Edmunds are fighting to keep their local Picturehouse cinemas.
After Cineworld took over the brand last year, the Competition Commission has said the company is dominating the local market and the cinemas may need to be sold off.
Local film-goers say Picturehouse gave choice and variety often showing the lesser-known and lower budget films that aren't screened in the multiplexes. They're worried the screens could close altogether if a buyer can't be found.
The Competition Commission says half the ticket revenue in the Picturehouse cinemas comes from films which are also shown on Cineworld screens.
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Cineworld is facing the sale of cinemas in three areas after being told its takeover of the Picturehouse chain could lead to higher prices for film fans.
Highlighting its concern about the impact on consumers in Aberdeen, Bury St Edmunds and Cambridge, the Competition Commission said it may order the group to sell cinemas to a rival business in these areas.
Cineworld operates 79 cinemas in mainly out-of-town locations, while Picturehouse's 21 outlets tend to be smaller locations in town and city centres.
Cineworld, which acquired the art house chain for #47 million in December, said it was disappointed with the Commission's provisional findings and added that it would continue to lobby the watchdog ahead of its final report in October.
Chief executive Stephen Wiener said Cineworld and Picturehouse were "two fundamentally different businesses" that could operate in the same area.
He added that the company was committed to continuing its expansion and investment in the two chains.
Commission deputy chairman Alasdair Smith said that the two chains faced little competition in the three areas where they are in close proximity.
He added: "We found that when setting the price of tickets, exhibitors take account of the prices of competing cinemas operating in their local area.
"We will now look at ways we can restore competition and protect customers' interests."
Detectives in Suffolk are appealing for witnesses after a man was assaulted and robbed in Bury St Edmunds.
At about 11pm on Monday the 29th of July the victim went to an address in Thompson Walk, after responding to an online advert for a watch that was being sold.
As he arrived he was approached by six men, who appeared from an alleyway. Two of them pulled out what looked like handguns, then assaulted him breaking a tooth and possibly his jaw. The men then took his Rolex watch and a large quantity of cash.
The victim went back to his home in Hertfordshire, and contacted the police on Thursday night. They are making arrangements to visit him to take a full statement.
Five railway signal boxes in our region are being listed by English Heritage to protect them from closure.
The buildings at Downham Market, Brundall, Bury St Edmunds, Thetford and Wymondham are all more than 100 years old and are reminders of the golden age of stream trains.
A man is in custody this tonight following the execution of a warrant at an address in Bury St Edmunds.
The pre planned search of the premises in Olle Close, Bury St Edmunds took place at approximately 6.10pm.
A 75-year-old man from Bury St Edmunds was arrested on suspicion of possession of firearms and explosives and is currently being held at the Bury St Edmunds Police Investigation Centre.
During the search of the property a number of firearms were found and it was deemed necessary for the Army Bomb Disposal Squad (BDS) to attend the address.
The BDS have now resumed and a police presence will remain at the property overnight and police searches will continue at the property tomorrow.
A slip road is closed on the A14 Eastbound at Junction 43 due to a serious crash on the Sugar Beet roundabout.
A man was robbed and sexually assaulted by another man in Bury St Edmunds, early this morning.
The attack happened between 2.30am and 3am in Mount Road. The victim was taken to West Suffolk Hospital with facial injuries but has since been released.
A 20-year-old man from Bury St Edmunds was arrested a short time after the incident on suspicion of robbery.
He has been taken to the Bury St Edmunds Police Investigation Centre where he is awaiting questioning.
Police are appealing for information. Contact Bury St Edmunds CID on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Queueing traffic due to an earlier accident, two vehicles involved, on A14 Westbound at J41 (Risby), congestion on A14 to J42 A1302 (Westley Interchange / Bury St Edmunds).