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Was this 'Government test event' a hit or a miss?

25 July 2021
Was this 'Government test event' a hit or a miss?

Was this 'Government test event' a hit or a miss?

25 July 2021

There were questions over just how much restrictions may ruin the fun.


Latitude festival-goers describe ‘amazing feeling’ of being back at a major event

23 July 2021
Latitude festival-goers describe ‘amazing feeling’ of being back at a major event

Latitude festival-goers describe ‘amazing feeling’ of being back at a major event

23 July 2021

Revellers at the Latitude Festival have spoken about the 'amazing feeling' of being at the first major music event since before the pandemic began.


Cabbies' rage over 'bombshell' proposals for all taxis

23 July 2021
Cabbies' rage over 'bombshell' proposals for all taxis

Cabbies' rage over 'bombshell' proposals for all taxis

23 July 2021

Taxi drivers in Suffolk have been left furious over 'bombshell' proposals which could force them all into having wheelchair accessible vehicles.


Is the 'pingdemic' leading to food and driver shortages?

22 July 2021
Is the 'pingdemic' leading to food and driver shortages?

Is the 'pingdemic' leading to food and driver shortages?

22 July 2021

The age of the 'pingdemic' is upon us, but what does that mean for our supermarkets, businesses and transport.


Food distribution firm asks staff to take tests instead of isolating after app 'pings'

22 July 2021
Food distribution firm asks staff to take tests instead of isolating after app 'pings'

Food distribution firm asks staff to take tests instead of isolating after app 'pings'

22 July 2021

A food distribution firm is advising workers who are pinged by the NHS app to take tests and continue working, in breach of Government advice


Warehouse worker died after pallets fell on him, inquest hears

20 July 2021
Warehouse worker died after pallets fell on him, inquest hears

Warehouse worker died after pallets fell on him, inquest hears

20 July 2021

A man died after his ride-on cleaning machine collided with a narrow aisle forklift truck in a warehouse, causing pallets to fall on him.


Podcast: How Suffolk reacted to Freedom Day and the boy who has walked to school for first time

20 July 2021
Podcast: How Suffolk reacted to Freedom Day and the boy who has walked to school for first time

Podcast: How Suffolk reacted to Freedom Day and the boy who has walked to school for first time

20 July 2021

Our latest podcast hears what some of you think about so-called 'Freedom Day'.


'If anything we've upped the hand sanitiser': How Suffolk residents and businesses have reacted to Freedom Day

19 July 2021
'If anything we've upped the hand sanitiser': How Suffolk residents and businesses have reacted to Freedom Day

'If anything we've upped the hand sanitiser': How Suffolk residents and businesses have reacted to Freedom Day

19 July 2021

While some people have been waiting for all restrictions to be lifted, others are treating the occasion of so-called 'freedom day' with more caution.


Freedom Day in Suffolk: This is how things are changing from today

19 July 2021
Freedom Day in Suffolk: This is how things are changing from today

Freedom Day in Suffolk: This is how things are changing from today

19 July 2021

It is a momentous day as it marks the first time in 16 months that the majority of legal restrictions adopted during the pandemic have come to an end.


'Don't get complacent ahead of Freedom Day', says Suffolk's chief constable

17 July 2021
'Don't get complacent ahead of Freedom Day', says Suffolk's chief constable

'Don't get complacent ahead of Freedom Day', says Suffolk's chief constable

17 July 2021

Suffolk's chief constable has thanked residents for their help in bringing the coronavirus case rate down but has urged them not to get complacent.


Extinction Rebellion protestors convicted over newspaper printer blockade which cost firm £1 million

16 July 2021
Extinction Rebellion protestors convicted over newspaper printer blockade which cost firm £1 million

Extinction Rebellion protestors convicted over newspaper printer blockade which cost firm £1 million

16 July 2021

Two Suffolk protestors who were part of a blockade which cost a print firm £1 million have been given conditional discharges after being convicted.


Podcast: England captain Harry Kane gives 'fantastic boost' to toddler battling brain tumour

13 July 2021
Podcast: England captain Harry Kane gives 'fantastic boost' to toddler battling brain tumour

Podcast: England captain Harry Kane gives 'fantastic boost' to toddler battling brain tumour

13 July 2021

In today's podcast, we've got the latest updates on a murder investigation which was launched after a man died at a Suffolk guest house.


Lady Lavinia Nourse calls for accused to be granted anonymity until charged

07 July 2021
Lady Lavinia Nourse calls for accused to be granted anonymity until charged

Lady Lavinia Nourse calls for accused to be granted anonymity until charged

07 July 2021

The widow of a judge, who was cleared of historic sex abuse charges, has called for those accused of crimes to stay anonymous until they are charged.


'Here’s hoping they can go all the way': Suffolk wishes England team good luck ahead of Euro semi-final

07 July 2021
'Here’s hoping they can go all the way': Suffolk wishes England team good luck ahead of Euro semi-final

'Here’s hoping they can go all the way': Suffolk wishes England team good luck ahead of Euro semi-final

07 July 2021

Local figures have been sending their messages of support to Gareth Southgate and his England team ahead of their semi-final showdown vs Denmark.


Take a look inside this eco-friendly village home on the market for £1.1m

07 July 2021
Take a look inside this eco-friendly village home on the market for £1.1m

Take a look inside this eco-friendly village home on the market for £1.1m

07 July 2021

This village property built in 2017 incorporates a host of modern technologies with eco-friendly living in mind.


PM announces 'freedom day' details

05 July 2021
PM announces 'freedom day' details

PM announces 'freedom day' details

05 July 2021

Boris Johnson has told the public it's up to them to keep themselves safe as he prepares to tear up coronavirus restrictions.


Podcast: Hair salon goes gender neutral and Ed Sheeran chats about sponsoring Ipswich Town

05 July 2021
Podcast: Hair salon goes gender neutral and Ed Sheeran chats about sponsoring Ipswich Town

Podcast: Hair salon goes gender neutral and Ed Sheeran chats about sponsoring Ipswich Town

05 July 2021

In the latest podcast we've got advice for drivers as two months worth of roadworks are set to get underway in the county.


Ed Sheeran opens up about Framlingham, Ipswich Town deal and fatherhood

03 July 2021
Ed Sheeran opens up about Framlingham, Ipswich Town deal and fatherhood

Ed Sheeran opens up about Framlingham, Ipswich Town deal and fatherhood

03 July 2021

Ed Sheeran has been speaking with Suffolk News' sister radio station about his new single, the county and parenthood.


Kick-attack Pc jailed for killing ex-Ipswich Town footballer

29 June 2021
Kick-attack Pc jailed for killing ex-Ipswich Town footballer

Kick-attack Pc jailed for killing ex-Ipswich Town footballer

29 June 2021

A police officer who unlawfully killed a former Ipswich Town footballer by Tasering him to the ground and kicking him in the head has been jailed.


C'mon England: The songs to get you in the mood

29 June 2021
C'mon England: The songs to get you in the mood

C'mon England: The songs to get you in the mood

29 June 2021

England kick-off against Germany at 5pm today at Euro 2020: Here are our choices for the best songs to get you ready to cheer them on.