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Residents urged to lookout for vehicle linked with coursing

03 February 2021
Residents urged to lookout for vehicle linked with coursing

Residents urged to lookout for vehicle linked with coursing

03 February 2021

The Suffolk Rural and Wildlife policing team are on the lookout for an Audi A2 car linked with animal coursing.


'The impact of an event like this cannot be underestimated': Celebrities and charity worker talk to students at LGBTQ+ awareness event

02 February 2021
'The impact of an event like this cannot be underestimated': Celebrities and charity worker talk to students at LGBTQ+ awareness event

'The impact of an event like this cannot be underestimated': Celebrities and charity worker talk to students at LGBTQ+ awareness event

02 February 2021

Speakers including a social media influencer and reality TV star were on hand to talk at a college's online LGBTQ+ awareness event this week.


‘Fantastic’ surgery staff praised for work during pandemic

01 February 2021
‘Fantastic’ surgery staff praised for work during pandemic

‘Fantastic’ surgery staff praised for work during pandemic

01 February 2021

Staff at a GP surgery have had praise heaped on them after working virtually ‘non-stop’ since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.


University student sets up BAME writing group after own identity struggle

01 February 2021
University student sets up BAME writing group after own identity struggle

University student sets up BAME writing group after own identity struggle

01 February 2021

A university graduate who struggled with her own identity growing up wants to set up a writers group for BAME people.


School plans to create new SEND unit

31 January 2021
School plans to create new SEND unit

School plans to create new SEND unit

31 January 2021

A primary school is proposing to build a new SEND unit on its premises which is estimated will cost around £1.4 million.


Nurse Lesley still going strong after six decades of service

28 January 2021
Nurse Lesley still going strong after six decades of service

Nurse Lesley still going strong after six decades of service

28 January 2021

A nurse whose illustrious career has seen her travel across the globe has reached 60 years in the profession - and she’s still going strong.


Jobs safe at Suffolk Hays Travel branches as firm announces 89 shop closures

26 January 2021
Jobs safe at Suffolk Hays Travel branches as firm announces 89 shop closures

Jobs safe at Suffolk Hays Travel branches as firm announces 89 shop closures

26 January 2021

Hays Travel branches across Suffolk are to remain open after an announcement 89 would close.


Lidl says thank you to over 23,000 staff with bonus

26 January 2021
Lidl says thank you to over 23,000 staff with bonus

Lidl says thank you to over 23,000 staff with bonus

26 January 2021

Lidl is to offer over 23,000 members of staff a £200 bonus as a thanks for their hard work during the coronavirus pandemic.


Restaurant stands alone in region with Michelin Star win

26 January 2021
Restaurant stands alone in region with Michelin Star win

Restaurant stands alone in region with Michelin Star win

26 January 2021

The co-owner of a restaurant has spoken of his shock and joy after it received a first Michelin Star, making it the only eatery in Suffolk with one.


Police investigation launched after allegation of rape and assault

25 January 2021
Police investigation launched after allegation of rape and assault

Police investigation launched after allegation of rape and assault

25 January 2021

A police investigation has been launched after an allegation of rape and assault.


Road back open after lorry leaves carriageway and hits tree

25 January 2021
Road back open after lorry leaves carriageway and hits tree

Road back open after lorry leaves carriageway and hits tree

25 January 2021

A road is back open after a HGV lorry came off it and hit a tree due to icy conditions and low sun.


Tributes paid to 'well-loved' and 'marvellous' man

24 January 2021
Tributes paid to 'well-loved' and 'marvellous' man

Tributes paid to 'well-loved' and 'marvellous' man

24 January 2021

Tributes have been paid to a ‘marvellous’ father who spent the latter stages of his life volunteering at Addenbrooke’s Hospital, in Cambridge.


Popular museum finds silver lining and receives £35,000 grant

22 January 2021
Popular museum finds silver lining and receives £35,000 grant

Popular museum finds silver lining and receives £35,000 grant

22 January 2021

A popular museum has found its silver lining during the pandemic while being handed the extra boost of a £35,000 grant from a national art charity.


Brewer hands £25,000 worth of laptops to pupils in need

22 January 2021
Brewer hands £25,000 worth of laptops to pupils in need

Brewer hands £25,000 worth of laptops to pupils in need

22 January 2021

A pub company and brewer has noted the plight of many students across Suffolk by donating £25,000 worth of laptops to a schools trust.


Medieval church wall rescued after £55,000 works

21 January 2021
Medieval church wall rescued after £55,000 works

Medieval church wall rescued after £55,000 works

21 January 2021

A 900-year-old church wall which was in danger of collapsing has been restored after a £55,000 fund-raising campaign.


Green light for 86 new homes in village

20 January 2021
Green light for 86 new homes in village

Green light for 86 new homes in village

20 January 2021

Plans for 86 new homes, a nursery and highways improvements in a village have been given the green light.


GP federation apologises after coronavirus vaccine appointments cancelled

18 January 2021
GP federation apologises after coronavirus vaccine appointments cancelled

GP federation apologises after coronavirus vaccine appointments cancelled

18 January 2021

Health officials have apologised after issues with the supply of the coronavirus vaccine resulted in cancelled appointments at four Suffolk centres.


Hospitality venues walking for charity ‘not giving up’

17 January 2021
Hospitality venues walking for charity ‘not giving up’

Hospitality venues walking for charity ‘not giving up’

17 January 2021

Two hospitality venues are intent on ‘not giving up’ as they run and walk throughout January to raise money for charity.


IT services company rolling out more support than before lockdown

17 January 2021
IT services company rolling out more support than before lockdown

IT services company rolling out more support than before lockdown

17 January 2021

Ever-changing circumstances have not stopped one IT services company reaching out to provide crucial support to the community.


'It feels such a relief': First coronavirus vaccinations rolled out for residents in town

15 January 2021
'It feels such a relief': First coronavirus vaccinations rolled out for residents in town

'It feels such a relief': First coronavirus vaccinations rolled out for residents in town

15 January 2021

The first coronavirus vaccinations for residents in one town were rolled out earlier today - a moment described as 'such a relief' by one doctor.