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Taxi drivers postpone strike over council policy

13 August 2021
Taxi drivers postpone strike over council policy

Taxi drivers postpone strike over council policy

13 August 2021

A taxi driver strike over a policy which states all taxis must switch to wheelchair accessible vehicles has been postponed.


Man left with serious head injury following suspected assault

12 August 2021
Man left with serious head injury following suspected assault

Man left with serious head injury following suspected assault

12 August 2021

A suspected assault on a Thetford man, leaving him with a serious head injury, has police appealing for information on the incident.


Roadworks: Here are some of the roads in Suffolk you will want to avoid

12 August 2021
Roadworks: Here are some of the roads in Suffolk you will want to avoid

Roadworks: Here are some of the roads in Suffolk you will want to avoid

12 August 2021

Here is a list of some of the roads and routes across Suffolk to avoid in the next couple of weeks.


Town students praised for 'resilience and determination' after A-level success

10 August 2021
Town students praised for 'resilience and determination' after A-level success

Town students praised for 'resilience and determination' after A-level success

10 August 2021

A principal has hailed his 'record breaking' students as the town's A-level results were revealed this morning.


Hospital unit will hear the music play after RAF school's donation

10 August 2021
Hospital unit will hear the music play after RAF school's donation

Hospital unit will hear the music play after RAF school's donation

10 August 2021

Workmates of a 56-year-old who has been receiving treatment at the hospital have raised £250 to improve the sound system there.


Fly-tipper pays the price after dumping waste onto disused railway line

10 August 2021
Fly-tipper pays the price after dumping waste onto disused railway line

Fly-tipper pays the price after dumping waste onto disused railway line

10 August 2021

A man has had to pay more than £1,000 and now has a criminal record after being found guilty of fly-tipping.


Village motorbike crash leaves man seriously injured

09 August 2021
Village motorbike crash leaves man seriously injured

Village motorbike crash leaves man seriously injured

09 August 2021

A motorcyclist suffered serious injuries at the weekend after his bike left the road and he was thrown from it.


Women's group a step closer to compensation over pension inequality after ombudsman's finding

30 July 2021
Women's group a step closer to compensation over pension inequality after ombudsman's finding

Women's group a step closer to compensation over pension inequality after ombudsman's finding

30 July 2021

Members of Suffolk's Women Against State Pension Inequality (WASPI) have called out the government after an ombudsman ruling.


Residents' help needed to tackle anti-social behaviour and parking issues on estate

29 July 2021
Residents' help needed to tackle anti-social behaviour and parking issues on estate

Residents' help needed to tackle anti-social behaviour and parking issues on estate

29 July 2021

Residents of a town estate are being asked to help tackle issues such as anti-social behaviour and parking problems by taking part in a consultation.


Roadworks: Here are some of the roads in Suffolk you will want to avoid

29 July 2021
Roadworks: Here are some of the roads in Suffolk you will want to avoid

Roadworks: Here are some of the roads in Suffolk you will want to avoid

29 July 2021

Here is a list of some of the roads and routes across Suffolk to avoid in the next couple of weeks.


Suffolk Archives project to lead community hub at literary festival

27 July 2021
Suffolk Archives project to lead community hub at literary festival

Suffolk Archives project to lead community hub at literary festival

27 July 2021

One of Suffolk Archives latest outreach projects, is joining community groups to host an information and activity hub at the Primadonna Festival.


Treasure's Roman relics return home to tell controversial discovery story

27 July 2021
Treasure's Roman relics return home to tell controversial discovery story

Treasure's Roman relics return home to tell controversial discovery story

27 July 2021

Part of a Roman hoard controversially discovered more than 40 years ago has returned to display its beauty and a message to future treasure hunters.


Cathedral set for family fun this summer

26 July 2021
Cathedral set for family fun this summer

Cathedral set for family fun this summer

26 July 2021

A pair of days with climate and conservation activities have been organised for all the family to enjoy.


Council's Community Chest funding opens to help groups

26 July 2021
Council's Community Chest funding opens to help groups

Council's Community Chest funding opens to help groups

26 July 2021

A scheme has opened to community groups, charities, voluntary organisations, faith groups and social enterprises, hoping to invest more than £460,000.


Wombles want one last pick to celebrate end of 100-day challenge

24 July 2021
Wombles want one last pick to celebrate end of 100-day challenge

Wombles want one last pick to celebrate end of 100-day challenge

24 July 2021

A couple who are finishing a 100-day Womble litter picking challenge tomorrow are calling on residents to help on their final day.


Simon Dobbin charity football match hopes to help with memorial bench fund

23 July 2021
Simon Dobbin charity football match hopes to help with memorial bench fund

Simon Dobbin charity football match hopes to help with memorial bench fund

23 July 2021

A charity football match will be kicking off on Sunday to help the family of Simon Dobbin buy two memorial benches in honour of him.


Film-makers look for public support to finish hard-hitting movie

22 July 2021
Film-makers look for public support to finish hard-hitting movie

Film-makers look for public support to finish hard-hitting movie

22 July 2021

A Suffolk cinematographer has spoken of his hope for a fund-raising campaign to get a hard-hitting film he is involved in into production.


Town museum is steaming up for its 30th year and grand reopening this weekend

20 July 2021
Town museum is steaming up for its 30th year and grand reopening this weekend

Town museum is steaming up for its 30th year and grand reopening this weekend

20 July 2021

The museum is ready to finally reopen its doors after a 20-month hiatus and go full steam into this special year, at the weekend.


New cookhouse manager bringing New Zealand flavours to village butchers

20 July 2021
New cookhouse manager bringing New Zealand flavours to village butchers

New cookhouse manager bringing New Zealand flavours to village butchers

20 July 2021

Swapping Manuka for meat is only part of the story that brought a village butcher’s new cookhouse manager from the other side of the world.


The Gruffalo returns with new forest trail

19 July 2021
The Gruffalo returns with new forest trail

The Gruffalo returns with new forest trail

19 July 2021

If you take a stroll through the deep dark woods you might find a popular children's story book character is hiding back amongst the trees.