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‘Come and tell us why our town's roads are in such a state’

28 April 2022
‘Come and tell us why our town's roads are in such a state’

‘Come and tell us why our town's roads are in such a state’

28 April 2022

A Suffolk town council is to invite the county council to a meeting to discuss its ‘poor roads’ and ‘inefficient’ ways in which they are repaired.


New shop is a haven for role-play gamers and fans of collectibles

27 April 2022
New shop is a haven for role-play gamers and fans of collectibles

New shop is a haven for role-play gamers and fans of collectibles

27 April 2022

A new shop specialising in collectible cards and figures and role play gaming has been opened in a Suffolk town centre by a married couple.


Archery equipment and tools stolen from vehicles

26 April 2022
Archery equipment and tools stolen from vehicles

Archery equipment and tools stolen from vehicles

26 April 2022

Between last Friday and Monday tools and archery equipment was stolen from two vehicles in a Suffolk town while a garage was also broken into.


Robot Appeal adds another dimension to returning walk

22 April 2022
Robot Appeal adds another dimension to returning walk

Robot Appeal adds another dimension to returning walk

22 April 2022

After a two-year pandemic-enforced absence a walk on the Suffolk border that has raised more than £165,000 for good causes is returning.


'The adrenalin just kicked in': Teen helps deliver sister's baby

21 April 2022
'The adrenalin just kicked in': Teen helps deliver sister's baby

'The adrenalin just kicked in': Teen helps deliver sister's baby

21 April 2022

A Suffolk teenager who went to her sister’s house to help look after her nephews while their mum was in labour ended up delivering the baby herself.


Support group is helping a vital area of healthcare service

20 April 2022
Support group is helping a vital area of healthcare service

Support group is helping a vital area of healthcare service

20 April 2022

A project set up to address the low take-up of life-saving cervical screening is to hold a face-to-face support group in a Suffolk town.


'Louise would be very proud': Charity match in memory of late mum-of-two

16 April 2022
'Louise would be very proud': Charity match in memory of late mum-of-two

'Louise would be very proud': Charity match in memory of late mum-of-two

16 April 2022

A charity cricket match is to be played in memory of a Suffolk mum-of-two who died of cancer and to raise money for the hospice that helped her family


‘Appalling’ pothole-scarred roads to be repaired for free

15 April 2022
‘Appalling’ pothole-scarred roads to be repaired for free

‘Appalling’ pothole-scarred roads to be repaired for free

15 April 2022

Roads on a housing estate that have fallen into a terrible state are to be improved for free by a pioneering road surfacing company.


Exports to Ukraine are continuing

14 April 2022
Exports to Ukraine are continuing

Exports to Ukraine are continuing

14 April 2022

A Suffolk firm is continuing to export its farm machinery to Ukraine despite the challenges presented by the war.


Fears over planned extra traffic at junction of major development

14 April 2022
Fears over planned extra traffic at junction of major development

Fears over planned extra traffic at junction of major development

14 April 2022

Suffolk Highways has come under fire for failing to listen to the fears and concerns of residents living next to a new1,100-home development.


Streets cleaned up by litter-busting volunteer groups

13 April 2022
Streets cleaned up by litter-busting volunteer groups

Streets cleaned up by litter-busting volunteer groups

13 April 2022

The Great British Spring Clean fortnight concluded in a Suffolk town with litter pickers collecting at least 55 bags of rubbish in a couple of hours.


Concerns taxi fees cannot be raised to cover fuel costs

10 April 2022
Concerns taxi fees cannot be raised to cover fuel costs

Concerns taxi fees cannot be raised to cover fuel costs

10 April 2022

A Suffolk town council has shown some support for proposed taxi licence policy changes put forward but raised concerns about their potential impact.


Tributes paid to popular sports coach who was a ‘friend to everyone’

07 April 2022
Tributes paid to popular sports coach who was a ‘friend to everyone’

Tributes paid to popular sports coach who was a ‘friend to everyone’

07 April 2022

A wave of collective sadness has been felt across a Suffolk community this week following the death of a popular football and running coach.


'You fear for your life': Mum and daughter on fleeing war-torn Ukraine for Suffolk

06 April 2022
'You fear for your life': Mum and daughter on fleeing war-torn Ukraine for Suffolk

'You fear for your life': Mum and daughter on fleeing war-torn Ukraine for Suffolk

06 April 2022

A mother and daughter fled their native Ukraine four days after Russia invaded the country and began bombing its towns and cities.


Plaque unveiled in memory of popular park volunteer

02 April 2022
Plaque unveiled in memory of popular park volunteer

Plaque unveiled in memory of popular park volunteer

02 April 2022

A plaque has been placed in a Suffolk park in memory of a man who volunteered there for 18 years.


Spate of outbuilding break-ins prompts police advice

01 April 2022
Spate of outbuilding break-ins prompts police advice

Spate of outbuilding break-ins prompts police advice

01 April 2022

Police are urging people to review security of their outbuildings after five sheds and a garage in one Suffolk town were broken into over two days.


Town’s loyalty shopping scheme to be scrapped

31 March 2022
Town’s loyalty shopping scheme to be scrapped

Town’s loyalty shopping scheme to be scrapped

31 March 2022

A loyalty shopping scheme in a Suffolk town will be shut down after it failed to become a BID (Business Improvement District)


New bar would help to 'enhance' town centre

29 March 2022
New bar would help to 'enhance' town centre

New bar would help to 'enhance' town centre

29 March 2022

A new bar with live music could open in a Suffolk town centre should a planning application for a change of use be approved.


Fire-ruined classrooms to be rebuilt

28 March 2022
Fire-ruined classrooms to be rebuilt

Fire-ruined classrooms to be rebuilt

28 March 2022

Planning permission to replace parts of a school building destroyed by a fire have been approved.


Merrie medieval fun with a unique theatre setting

26 March 2022
Merrie medieval fun with a unique theatre setting

Merrie medieval fun with a unique theatre setting

26 March 2022

A globally unique theatre with drama, music plays, songs and dances from medieval England is coming to Suffolk.