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Ben tackles his toughest challenge to date for Tom's Trust

01 December 2020
Ben tackles his toughest challenge to date for Tom's Trust

Ben tackles his toughest challenge to date for Tom's Trust

01 December 2020

Endurance athlete extraordinaire and Guinness World Record holder Ben Blowes set off on his most difficult challenge to date today.


Rail crossing to stay open after planning inspector rules alternative route 'neither suitable or convenient'

01 December 2020
Rail crossing to stay open after planning inspector rules alternative route 'neither suitable or convenient'

Rail crossing to stay open after planning inspector rules alternative route 'neither suitable or convenient'

01 December 2020

A campaign to keep a much-used crossing open has scored a win after it was ruled an alternate route would be neither suitable or convenient.


Concern grows over solar farm consultation as MP joins fray

29 November 2020
Concern grows over solar farm consultation as MP joins fray

Concern grows over solar farm consultation as MP joins fray

29 November 2020

There is growing concern from residents that a consultation into a solar farm which will surround villages just outside is not good enough.


Health secretary says public health advice justifies placing Suffolk into Tier 2 despite low infection rates

26 November 2020
Health secretary says public health advice justifies placing Suffolk into Tier 2 despite low infection rates

Health secretary says public health advice justifies placing Suffolk into Tier 2 despite low infection rates

26 November 2020

Matt Hancock said the latest public health advice justified putting the county into the second shutdown tier despite low virus rates.


Plane crash which killed American airman caused by 'pilot error' report finds

25 November 2020
Plane crash which killed American airman caused by 'pilot error' report finds

Plane crash which killed American airman caused by 'pilot error' report finds

25 November 2020

An American airman who flew out of a Suffolk airbase died as a result of pilot error when he crashed into the North Sea, a report has found.


Former officer handed 12 month jail term after bungling stop-and-search

24 November 2020
Former officer handed 12 month jail term after bungling stop-and-search

Former officer handed 12 month jail term after bungling stop-and-search

24 November 2020

A former police officer who made fake drug wraps after bungling a stop-and-search has been handed a 12 month jail term.


Officer who made fake drug wraps was devastated by break-up, court told

23 November 2020
Officer who made fake drug wraps was devastated by break-up, court told

Officer who made fake drug wraps was devastated by break-up, court told

23 November 2020

A former police officer made fake drug wraps after failing to hand in cocaine seized in a Suffolk stop and search.


Fashion chain Peacocks collapse into administration, putting stores at risk of closure

19 November 2020
Fashion chain Peacocks collapse into administration, putting stores at risk of closure

Fashion chain Peacocks collapse into administration, putting stores at risk of closure

19 November 2020

Peacocks has collapsed into administration, putting its stores in Suffolk at risk of closure and its staff at risk of redundancy.


Staff handed redundancy notices as workwear factory announces closure

18 November 2020
Staff handed redundancy notices as workwear factory announces closure

Staff handed redundancy notices as workwear factory announces closure

18 November 2020

Eighty people are set to lose their jobs after a major textiles firm announced it is to close a factory in Suffolk.


Town ‘buzz’ for opening of new hub as video tour give sneak peak inside

17 November 2020
Town ‘buzz’ for opening of new hub as video tour give sneak peak inside

Town ‘buzz’ for opening of new hub as video tour give sneak peak inside

17 November 2020

A behind the scene tour of a new multi-million pound community hub, which is generating huge amount of buzz in its town, has been released.


Town to switch on Christmas lights in special online broadcast as festive fair also goes virtual

17 November 2020
Town to switch on Christmas lights in special online broadcast as festive fair also goes virtual

Town to switch on Christmas lights in special online broadcast as festive fair also goes virtual

17 November 2020

A Suffolk town's Christmas lights are set to be switched on at the end of the week in a special online broadcast.


Emergency services rescue man after his van gets stuck in flood water

15 November 2020
Emergency services rescue man after his van gets stuck in flood water

Emergency services rescue man after his van gets stuck in flood water

15 November 2020

Firefighters had to rescue a man from his van after it became trapped in flood water


Flood alerts issued as heavy rain sees river levels rise

15 November 2020
Flood alerts issued as heavy rain sees river levels rise

Flood alerts issued as heavy rain sees river levels rise

15 November 2020

Three flood alerts have been issued after heavy rain across Suffolk has seen river levels rise.


Coronavirus rates climb by more than a third, but infections remain lower than the national average

15 November 2020
Coronavirus rates climb by more than a third, but infections remain lower than the national average

Coronavirus rates climb by more than a third, but infections remain lower than the national average

15 November 2020

Suffolk's coronavirus infection rates remain below the nationwide average, new Government statistics have revealed.


Father's fury after ambulance was diverted away from his dying daughter

15 November 2020
Father's fury after ambulance was diverted away from his dying daughter

Father's fury after ambulance was diverted away from his dying daughter

15 November 2020

A Newmarket father has described the decision to divert an ambulance away from his suicidal daughter before she took her life as ‘disgusting'.


Police break up memorial after it breaks coronavirus rules

14 November 2020
Police break up memorial after it breaks coronavirus rules

Police break up memorial after it breaks coronavirus rules

14 November 2020

Police have tonight broken up a memorial after it broke coronavirus rules - with reports of 'up to 100 people' at the gathering.


Teenager arrested after a gun was fired during an argument

14 November 2020
Teenager arrested after a gun was fired during an argument

Teenager arrested after a gun was fired during an argument

14 November 2020

A Suffolk teenager was among three men arrested yesterday after a gun was fired during an argument.


Racing Centre launches takeaway from its new look café

07 November 2020
Racing Centre launches takeaway from its new look café

Racing Centre launches takeaway from its new look café

07 November 2020

The Racing Centre has launched a takeaway service from its new café - offering a selection of tasty treats over lockdown.


Man, 33, denies sexually assaulting teenager four years ago

06 November 2020
Man, 33, denies sexually assaulting teenager four years ago

Man, 33, denies sexually assaulting teenager four years ago

06 November 2020

A 33-year-old man has denied sexually assaulting a teenager.


Flagship Housing falls victim to major cyberattack

05 November 2020
Flagship Housing falls victim to major cyberattack

Flagship Housing falls victim to major cyberattack

05 November 2020

A social housing group which rents properties to thousands of people across Suffolk has fallen victim to a major cyberattack.