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Rebekah Chilvers trained on the Lynn News before moving over to launch Suffolk News in 2020 as one of its two news editors.

Major disruption to train services due to wire damage

20 October 2021
Major disruption to train services due to wire damage

Major disruption to train services due to wire damage

20 October 2021

Rail passengers in Suffolk could face delays to train services as overhead wire damage has blocked lines running from Cambridge.


Man who lived metres from primary school caught with thousands of indecent images of children

20 October 2021
Man who lived metres from primary school caught with thousands of indecent images of children

Man who lived metres from primary school caught with thousands of indecent images of children

20 October 2021

A man who lived just metres away from a primary school when he was caught with tens of thousands of indecent images of children has avoided jail.


Podcast: Suffolk MPs react after Sir David Amess dies following stabbing

15 October 2021
Podcast: Suffolk MPs react after Sir David Amess dies following stabbing

Podcast: Suffolk MPs react after Sir David Amess dies following stabbing

15 October 2021

In the podcast, we have reaction from Suffolk's MPs after the news that MP Sir David Amess has died after being stabbed in his constituency.


Robber who stole £2,000 worth of teenager's belongings after threatening him with screwdriver jailed

15 October 2021
Robber who stole £2,000 worth of teenager's belongings after threatening him with screwdriver jailed

Robber who stole £2,000 worth of teenager's belongings after threatening him with screwdriver jailed

15 October 2021

A man who threatened a teenager with a screwdriver and stole £2,000 worth of his belongings, including his bike, phone and bag, has been jailed.


Podcast: Footage shows moment armed man threatened police officers and plans to cut free parking are put on hold

14 October 2021
Podcast: Footage shows moment armed man threatened police officers and plans to cut free parking are put on hold

Podcast: Footage shows moment armed man threatened police officers and plans to cut free parking are put on hold

14 October 2021

In the podcast, we have the news that police have released bodycam footage showing the moment a crazed gunman pointed a shotgun at officers.


Podcast: Father and son appear in court charged with murder

13 October 2021
Podcast: Father and son appear in court charged with murder

Podcast: Father and son appear in court charged with murder

13 October 2021

In the podcast, there's the latest on a father and son who have appeared in court charged with the murder of a man in his 40s.


Podcast: Inquest to look into death of murdered vulnerable man and couple's garden decorations sell for six-figure sum

12 October 2021
Podcast: Inquest to look into death of murdered vulnerable man and couple's garden decorations sell for six-figure sum

Podcast: Inquest to look into death of murdered vulnerable man and couple's garden decorations sell for six-figure sum

12 October 2021

In the podcast, we hear of an inquest which could look at what authorities did or didn’t do to protect a vulnerable man who was murdered.


Couple's sphinx garden ornaments sell for £195,000 after ancient Egyptian origin revealed

12 October 2021
Couple's sphinx garden ornaments sell for £195,000 after ancient Egyptian origin revealed

Couple's sphinx garden ornaments sell for £195,000 after ancient Egyptian origin revealed

12 October 2021

A couple's pair of sphinxes that sat on their front lawn for 15 years have sold for £195,000 after they were found to be from ancient Egypt.


Podcast: Man dies following bridge incident and pair re-arrested on suspicion of murder after stabbing

11 October 2021
Podcast: Man dies following bridge incident and pair re-arrested on suspicion of murder after stabbing

Podcast: Man dies following bridge incident and pair re-arrested on suspicion of murder after stabbing

11 October 2021

In the latest podcast, we have the news that a man has died after an incident on the Orwell Bridge.


Podcast: Man left with life-changing injuries after crash and woman pulls out 11 of her own teeth

06 October 2021
Podcast: Man left with life-changing injuries after crash and woman pulls out 11 of her own teeth

Podcast: Man left with life-changing injuries after crash and woman pulls out 11 of her own teeth

06 October 2021

In the podcast, we have the news that a man in his 50s has been left with life-changing injuries after a crash.


Overheating lift mechanism at town offices sparks major fire service response

06 October 2021
Overheating lift mechanism at town offices sparks major fire service response

Overheating lift mechanism at town offices sparks major fire service response

06 October 2021

A dozen fire crews were sent to a commercial building, after an overheating lift mechanism sparked fears of a potential blaze.


Boy taken to hospital with face and leg injuries after scooter hit by car

01 October 2021
Boy taken to hospital with face and leg injuries after scooter hit by car

Boy taken to hospital with face and leg injuries after scooter hit by car

01 October 2021

A boy has been taken to hospital with leg and face injuries after the scooter he was riding was hit by a car.


Two arrested after man bitten, kicked and punched in attack

29 September 2021
Two arrested after man bitten, kicked and punched in attack

Two arrested after man bitten, kicked and punched in attack

29 September 2021

Two people have been arrested in connection with an attack on the A134 in Suffolk in which a man was bitten, kicked and punched.


Step back in time with photos of Sutton Hoo dig taken on eve of WWII

29 September 2021
Step back in time with photos of Sutton Hoo dig taken on eve of WWII

Step back in time with photos of Sutton Hoo dig taken on eve of WWII

29 September 2021

A huge collection of photographs capturing the excavation of Sutton Hoo in Suffolk has been preserved for future generations.


People who have had booster jab invite can now visit walk-in clinics for third Covid vaccination

28 September 2021
People who have had booster jab invite can now visit walk-in clinics for third Covid vaccination

People who have had booster jab invite can now visit walk-in clinics for third Covid vaccination

28 September 2021

Suffolk residents who have been invited for a booster Covid vaccine can now visit a walk-in clinic to receive their third jab without an appointment.


Victorian country house on the market for first time for £2.75m

28 September 2021
Victorian country house on the market for first time for £2.75m

Victorian country house on the market for first time for £2.75m

28 September 2021

A seven-bedroom property that dates back to 1845 is on the market for the first time, having been home to five generations of the same family.


'Safe to say it's now in custody': Police discover lone cannabis plant on side of A14

26 September 2021
'Safe to say it's now in custody': Police discover lone cannabis plant on side of A14

'Safe to say it's now in custody': Police discover lone cannabis plant on side of A14

26 September 2021

Officers travelling along the A14 in Suffolk have told of one of the more unusual items they have discovered at the side of the road.


The ten funniest reactions after Matt Hancock's walkabout video goes viral

26 September 2021
The ten funniest reactions after Matt Hancock's walkabout video goes viral

The ten funniest reactions after Matt Hancock's walkabout video goes viral

26 September 2021

Suffolk MP Matt Hancock has been likened to comedy characters including Alan Partridge after he posted a comeback video of him online.


Fire crews tackle blaze in bungalow and garage after it spreads from car

25 September 2021
Fire crews tackle blaze in bungalow and garage after it spreads from car

Fire crews tackle blaze in bungalow and garage after it spreads from car

25 September 2021

A fire which started in a car spread to a garage and a bungalow in a Suffolk village.


Panic buying fuel is leaving carers unable to visit Suffolk's most vulnerable residents, councillor warns

25 September 2021
Panic buying fuel is leaving carers unable to visit Suffolk's most vulnerable residents, councillor warns

Panic buying fuel is leaving carers unable to visit Suffolk's most vulnerable residents, councillor warns

25 September 2021

Carers have been unable to provide urgent care to some of the most vulnerable residents as they can't get fuel or are waiting in queues for hours.