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Cut to bus service through villages leaves teenagers' college plans in disarray

06 November 2021
Cut to bus service through villages leaves teenagers' college plans in disarray

Cut to bus service through villages leaves teenagers' college plans in disarray

06 November 2021

A pair of mothers have condemned a bus company for stopping a route through their villages which has put their daughters plans in disarray.


Village farm sees success with mental health initiative

05 November 2021
Village farm sees success with mental health initiative

Village farm sees success with mental health initiative

05 November 2021

A Suffolk farm has been welcoming patients from hospital to try to help them with their mental health issues.


Washing Machine marks 10-year cycle with sell-out event

04 November 2021
Washing Machine marks 10-year cycle with sell-out event

Washing Machine marks 10-year cycle with sell-out event

04 November 2021

Town venue hosts music marathon celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Washing Machine sessions.


Roadworks in seven Suffolk towns you may want to avoid

04 November 2021
Roadworks in seven Suffolk towns you may want to avoid

Roadworks in seven Suffolk towns you may want to avoid

04 November 2021

Here are some of the roadworks, road closures and diversions that could cause some Suffolk drivers delays.


Butcher picked for Team GB with hopes to make world championship squad

03 November 2021
Butcher picked for Team GB with hopes to make world championship squad

Butcher picked for Team GB with hopes to make world championship squad

03 November 2021

A Suffolk butcher could be testing her knife skills against the best in the world next year after being picked for Team GB.


Podcast: Sexual assault appeal, Scout leader voices street light concerns and dental charity to come to town

02 November 2021
Podcast: Sexual assault appeal, Scout leader voices street light concerns and dental charity to come to town

Podcast: Sexual assault appeal, Scout leader voices street light concerns and dental charity to come to town

02 November 2021

In today's podcast we discuss a sexual assault appeal, a scout leader calls council due to street light concerns and a dental charity comes to town.


NHS trust announces amnesty for equipment returns

02 November 2021
NHS trust announces amnesty for equipment returns

NHS trust announces amnesty for equipment returns

02 November 2021

An NHS trust is asking people to check their homes for commodes, toilet frames and crutches as part of an amnesty on equipment returns.


Scout leader wants street light fixed after member needed elbow replaced due to serious injury

02 November 2021
Scout leader wants street light fixed after member needed elbow replaced due to serious injury

Scout leader wants street light fixed after member needed elbow replaced due to serious injury

02 November 2021

A leader of a Scout Group has called on the county council to fix a street light near to its hut, after one of its members suffered a serious injury.


Suffolk celebrates Halloween - here are some of the best pictures

01 November 2021
Suffolk celebrates Halloween - here are some of the best pictures

Suffolk celebrates Halloween - here are some of the best pictures

01 November 2021

The scariest night of the year brought out the creative, cute and creepy as people donned their Halloween costumes to go trick-or-treating.


Beer and cider festival organiser has head shaved to support wife

25 October 2021
Beer and cider festival organiser has head shaved to support wife

Beer and cider festival organiser has head shaved to support wife

25 October 2021

The organiser of the East Anglian Beer and Cider Festival has had his head shaved to support his wife, who is undergoing breast cancer treatment.


Macmillan group friends take on walk for Lily and Louise

24 October 2021
Macmillan group friends take on walk for Lily and Louise

Macmillan group friends take on walk for Lily and Louise

24 October 2021

A group of eight women from a Macmillan Cancer Support group will be taking on a four-mile walk in memory of two Suffolk members who died.


Roadworks in seven Suffolk towns you may want to avoid

21 October 2021
Roadworks in seven Suffolk towns you may want to avoid

Roadworks in seven Suffolk towns you may want to avoid

21 October 2021

Here are some of the roadworks, road closures and diversions that could cause some Suffolk drivers delays.


CCTV image released following criminal damage at town's cinema

20 October 2021
CCTV image released following criminal damage at town's cinema

CCTV image released following criminal damage at town's cinema

20 October 2021

Criminal damage at a town's cinema is be investigated by police, with an appeal launched to find three individuals in connection with the incident.


East of England future 'roadmap' is launched

20 October 2021
East of England future 'roadmap' is launched

East of England future 'roadmap' is launched

20 October 2021

Railway lines, reliance on dial-up internet and not overlooking businesses in rural areas is key to seeing growth across Norfolk and Suffolk.


Hunt for two men following trailer theft

20 October 2021
Hunt for two men following trailer theft

Hunt for two men following trailer theft

20 October 2021

Police are appealing for information after a trailer was stolen from a town business unit.


East Anglian Beer and Cider Festival organiser to have charity head shave in support of his wife

20 October 2021
East Anglian Beer and Cider Festival organiser to have charity head shave in support of his wife

East Anglian Beer and Cider Festival organiser to have charity head shave in support of his wife

20 October 2021

The organiser of the East Anglian Beer and Cider Festival is to have his head shaved in support of his wife who is undergoing breast cancer treatment.


Man exposes himself to woman on town street

19 October 2021
Man exposes himself to woman on town street

Man exposes himself to woman on town street

19 October 2021

Police are looking for a man who exposed himself at the weekend.


Council reveals £1.8million environmental projects

19 October 2021
Council reveals £1.8million environmental projects

Council reveals £1.8million environmental projects

19 October 2021

The council has revealed £1.8million worth of projects which are underway to save or offset a total of 124.95 tonnes of carbon emissions.


Town's next generation broadband network goes live

19 October 2021
Town's next generation broadband network goes live

Town's next generation broadband network goes live

19 October 2021

Homes and businesses in around a Suffolk town can now access internet speeds 17 times quicker than the UK average thanks to a new broadband network.


Kestrel crime unit adds pair of police teams to help county neighbourhoods

18 October 2021
Kestrel crime unit adds pair of police teams to help county neighbourhoods

Kestrel crime unit adds pair of police teams to help county neighbourhoods

18 October 2021

Two police teams set up to tackle emerging neighbourhood crime and anti-social behaviour are now up and running.