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Man given suspended jail term after acting 'like rally driver' in campsite horror

21 September 2021
Man given suspended jail term after acting 'like rally driver' in campsite horror

Man given suspended jail term after acting 'like rally driver' in campsite horror

21 September 2021

A man who attacked his own father before driving round a campsite 'like a rally driver' has been given a suspended prison term.


Montaz serves Indian food like you've never tasted before

20 September 2021
Montaz serves Indian food like you've never tasted before

Montaz serves Indian food like you've never tasted before

20 September 2021

A curry is one of the top options for a takeaway in the UK but this restaurant brings a luxury to the Indian cuisine like we've never tasted before.


Heavy rain and possible localised flooding warning issued for Suffolk

17 September 2021
Heavy rain and possible localised flooding warning issued for Suffolk

Heavy rain and possible localised flooding warning issued for Suffolk

17 September 2021

Prepare for disruption this weekend as heavy downpours predicted.


'The end of furlough is unlikely to be a silver bullet to the ongoing shortages'

16 September 2021
'The end of furlough is unlikely to be a silver bullet to the ongoing shortages'

'The end of furlough is unlikely to be a silver bullet to the ongoing shortages'

16 September 2021

Just what will the impact be of the end of the furlough scheme when it wraps up later this month?


'Plan B' could see return of mandatory face masks and vaccine passports

14 September 2021
'Plan B' could see return of mandatory face masks and vaccine passports

'Plan B' could see return of mandatory face masks and vaccine passports

14 September 2021

The Health Secretary has set out a 'plan b' if his blueprint to life with Covid does not work.


Supermarket carrier bag price rise trialled

14 September 2021
Supermarket carrier bag price rise trialled

Supermarket carrier bag price rise trialled

14 September 2021

Shoppers could be charged 50p for carrier bags in a bid to end single-use plastic.


Minister makes no promises on Christmas supplies

14 September 2021
Minister makes no promises on Christmas supplies

Minister makes no promises on Christmas supplies

14 September 2021

The government says there are no guarantees there will not be empty shelves at Christmas as shortage of lorry drivers continues to hit supply chains.


Food and drink festival is an event you shouldn't miss

12 September 2021
Food and drink festival is an event you shouldn't miss

Food and drink festival is an event you shouldn't miss

12 September 2021

With summer quickly fading away what better way to raise a glass to the end of everyone’s favourite season than a day out at this food festival.


Remembering Suffolk lives lost in the 9/11 terror attacks 20 years ago

11 September 2021
Remembering Suffolk lives lost in the 9/11 terror attacks 20 years ago

Remembering Suffolk lives lost in the 9/11 terror attacks 20 years ago

11 September 2021

Twenty years on from the devastating events of 9/11, we remember the Suffolk victims who lost their lives that day.


Here's how you can celebrate the Queen's platinum jubilee

10 September 2021
Here's how you can celebrate the Queen's platinum jubilee

Here's how you can celebrate the Queen's platinum jubilee

10 September 2021

Buckingham Palace has asked residents to lend a hand in making the Queen's jubilee celebrations special.


'It's not going to save Christmas'

09 September 2021
'It's not going to save Christmas'

'It's not going to save Christmas'

09 September 2021

As crunch talks take place in Whitehall to ease the lorry driver shortages, one industry expert warns it may be too little, too late.


War is not the way to deal with problems in Afghanistan, says former hostage

08 September 2021
War is not the way to deal with problems in Afghanistan, says former hostage

War is not the way to deal with problems in Afghanistan, says former hostage

08 September 2021

War and aggression is not the way to deal with problems in Afghanistan, former hostage Terry Waite, who lives in Suffolk, has said.


Swift U-turn on plan to charge £25 for parking during village's Christmas fair after strong backlash

08 September 2021
Swift U-turn on plan to charge £25 for parking during village's Christmas fair after strong backlash

Swift U-turn on plan to charge £25 for parking during village's Christmas fair after strong backlash

08 September 2021

The controversial plan has been hurriedly scrapped after a storm of protest from villagers and a snub from the parish council.


See inside this smart Suffolk country home which has a swimming pool with a difference

07 September 2021
See inside this smart Suffolk country home which has a swimming pool with a difference

See inside this smart Suffolk country home which has a swimming pool with a difference

07 September 2021

Looking for a country retreat? Dip your toe in to the tune of £900k and you could snap up this home which comes with its own natural swimming pond.


Great food and friendly staff makes this restaurant one of Suffolk's not-so-hidden gems

06 September 2021
Great food and friendly staff makes this restaurant one of Suffolk's not-so-hidden gems

Great food and friendly staff makes this restaurant one of Suffolk's not-so-hidden gems

06 September 2021

There aren't many towns in which you'd struggle to find a table on a weekday, but our reporter found that was the case at one popular Suffolk eatery.


All you need to know about Girls Night Out 2021

04 September 2021
All you need to know about Girls Night Out 2021

All you need to know about Girls Night Out 2021

04 September 2021

More than 600 walkers have pledged to don their pyjamas and a pair of bunny ears for the fund-raiser.


From fireman's farewell to flower festival: This is Suffolk's week in pictures

04 September 2021
From fireman's farewell to flower festival: This is Suffolk's week in pictures

From fireman's farewell to flower festival: This is Suffolk's week in pictures

04 September 2021

This week saw a long-serving fireman retire, residents celebrate beautiful blooms at a flower festival and a creative mural was unveiled.


Beer shortage at Wetherspoon

01 September 2021
Beer shortage at Wetherspoon

Beer shortage at Wetherspoon

01 September 2021

Wetherspoon pubs across the country are suffering beer supply shortages in the wake of Brexit and Covid.


Suffolk gardener stunned as 42-year-old flower finally blooms

31 August 2021
Suffolk gardener stunned as 42-year-old flower finally blooms

Suffolk gardener stunned as 42-year-old flower finally blooms

31 August 2021

A green-fingered man was left stunned after a tiny flower he planted 42 years ago finally bloomed - and now towers over him at nine feet tall.


Five years after cancer diagnoses Rachel comes out on top

29 August 2021
Five years after cancer diagnoses Rachel comes out on top

Five years after cancer diagnoses Rachel comes out on top

29 August 2021

A rider who won the world’s oldest horserace five years after being diagnosed with cancer said she is hoping to defend her crown next year.