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Police to take no action after hundreds attend funeral

13 February 2021
Police to take no action after hundreds attend funeral

Police to take no action after hundreds attend funeral

13 February 2021

Police are taking no action following the breach of coronavirus regulations by mourners attending a burial at Suffolk cemetery last week.


Man is jailed for assaulting police officers in drunken rage

10 February 2021
Man is jailed for assaulting police officers in drunken rage

Man is jailed for assaulting police officers in drunken rage

10 February 2021

A man who damaged a launderette in a drunken rage and then assaulted two police officers has been jailed.


Artist’s painting of ICU doctor 'offers glimpse of pandemic's emotional toll'

10 February 2021
Artist’s painting of ICU doctor 'offers glimpse of pandemic's emotional toll'

Artist’s painting of ICU doctor 'offers glimpse of pandemic's emotional toll'

10 February 2021

An artist hopes her painting of a doctor working in a hospital's intensive care unit will help raise awareness of frontline workers’ mental health.


Mayor says 2,800 acre solar farm is too large

07 February 2021
Mayor says 2,800 acre solar farm is too large

Mayor says 2,800 acre solar farm is too large

07 February 2021

Plans for a huge 2,800-acre solar farm just have come under fire, and have been blasted as too big and harmful to the landscape.


Air ambulance doctor saved by her own crew is even more committed to helping others

05 February 2021
Air ambulance doctor saved by her own crew is even more committed to helping others

Air ambulance doctor saved by her own crew is even more committed to helping others

05 February 2021

An emergency doctor, whose own air ambulance team helped save her life, says she is now even more committed to helping others in their time of need.


Carnival becomes latest victim to coronavirus cancellations as plug is pulled on popular event

04 February 2021
Carnival becomes latest victim to coronavirus cancellations as plug is pulled on popular event

Carnival becomes latest victim to coronavirus cancellations as plug is pulled on popular event

04 February 2021

A Suffolk town's popular carnival has been cancelled for the second year in a row due to the ongoing risk posed by the coronavirus pandemic.


Hundreds of mourners attend burial despite coronavirus rules limiting services to just 30

02 February 2021
Hundreds of mourners attend burial despite coronavirus rules limiting services to just 30

Hundreds of mourners attend burial despite coronavirus rules limiting services to just 30

02 February 2021

A funeral director could be facing a hefty fine after hundreds of mourners turned up for a burial in a Suffolk cemetery today.


Before and after pictures of legendary jockey Fred Archer's new-look memorial

02 February 2021
Before and after pictures of legendary jockey Fred Archer's new-look memorial

Before and after pictures of legendary jockey Fred Archer's new-look memorial

02 February 2021

Restoration work on the memorial to legendary jockey Fred Archer, who died aged just 29, has been completed.


Mum’s charitable gesture is rewarded with parking ticket

31 January 2021
Mum’s charitable gesture is rewarded with parking ticket

Mum’s charitable gesture is rewarded with parking ticket

31 January 2021

A charitable gesture by a Suffolk mum was rewarded with a £35 parking ticket.


Racecourse set to join the fight against Covid-19 as it prepares to open mass vaccination hub

29 January 2021
Racecourse set to join the fight against Covid-19 as it prepares to open mass vaccination hub

Racecourse set to join the fight against Covid-19 as it prepares to open mass vaccination hub

29 January 2021

Racing's world headquarters is set to play its part in the fight against Covid-19 and will open tomorrow as a mass vaccination hub.

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Lockdown sees Tattersalls’ first sale of 2021 go virtual

24 January 2021
Lockdown sees Tattersalls’ first sale of 2021 go virtual

Lockdown sees Tattersalls’ first sale of 2021 go virtual

24 January 2021

A Suffolk-based bloodstock auctioneer has announced it will hold its first sale of the year virtually as strict lockdown measures remain.


Town’s new Aldi store set to open its doors in May

23 January 2021
Town’s new Aldi store set to open its doors in May

Town’s new Aldi store set to open its doors in May

23 January 2021

The store might still be under construction, but the Aldi supermarket chain is applying for a licence to sell alcohol at its new Suffolk outlet.


Councillor urges vulnerable residents to get your jab when they are called not to wait for town centre hub to open

22 January 2021
Councillor urges vulnerable residents to get your jab when they are called not to wait for town centre hub to open

Councillor urges vulnerable residents to get your jab when they are called not to wait for town centre hub to open

22 January 2021

A town's residents are being urged to carry on making the 10 mile trip to their nearest vaccination hub rather than waiting their hub to open


Final bill to keep crossing open climbs to £41k

22 January 2021
Final bill to keep crossing open climbs to £41k

Final bill to keep crossing open climbs to £41k

22 January 2021

The final cost of the fight to try to keep a town's much used rail crossing open has climbed to more than £40,000.


Housing plan for paddocks labelled ‘out of character’

16 January 2021
Housing plan for paddocks labelled ‘out of character’

Housing plan for paddocks labelled ‘out of character’

16 January 2021

Developer Bill Gredley’s latest scheme to develop a site is a non-starter according to planning officers.

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Pensioner calls for return of sign which marked spot of late wife's memorial bench

10 January 2021
Pensioner calls for return of sign which marked spot of late wife's memorial bench

Pensioner calls for return of sign which marked spot of late wife's memorial bench

10 January 2021

A pensioner is appealing for the return of a sign which marked the spot where he remembers his late wife.


Stud owner’s life was ‘great success story’

09 January 2021
Stud owner’s life was ‘great success story’

Stud owner’s life was ‘great success story’

09 January 2021

Tributes have been paid to Cheveley Park Stud owner David Thompson, who died on Monday aged 84.


Vaccine is on the way, but not yet for this Suffolk town

08 January 2021
Vaccine is on the way, but not yet for this Suffolk town

Vaccine is on the way, but not yet for this Suffolk town

08 January 2021

Some of the most vulnerable residents in a Suffolk town will have to make a 20 mile round trip for the life-saving coronavirus vaccine.


Winnie the Pooh calendar is selling fast as family raises money for charity

04 January 2021
Winnie the Pooh calendar is selling fast as family raises money for charity

Winnie the Pooh calendar is selling fast as family raises money for charity

04 January 2021

A calendar depicting a family’s attempts to cheer residents up during lockdowns has already raised more than £1,000 for charity.


‘I’ll walk to the finish,’ vows injured Ben

31 December 2020
‘I’ll walk to the finish,’ vows injured Ben

‘I’ll walk to the finish,’ vows injured Ben

31 December 2020

Ben Blowes, who set out to run 31 consecutive marathons this month to raise funds charity, was forced to pull out of his 29th run.