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This is what you can do from today

28 March 2021
This is what you can do from today

This is what you can do from today

28 March 2021

Some lockdown restrictions have relaxed today in the next stage of the Prime Minister's roadmap out of lockdown.


Dinner lady’s £1 million lottery win is ‘most amazing Mother’s Day gift’

23 March 2021
Dinner lady’s £1 million lottery win is ‘most amazing Mother’s Day gift’

Dinner lady’s £1 million lottery win is ‘most amazing Mother’s Day gift’

23 March 2021

A school dinner lady who won £1m on the lottery says she has “absolutely no plans” to give up her job.


Podcast: Calls for better street lighting in Suffolk following the death of Sarah Everard

19 March 2021
Podcast: Calls for better street lighting in Suffolk following the death of Sarah Everard

Podcast: Calls for better street lighting in Suffolk following the death of Sarah Everard

19 March 2021

In our latest podcast, hear about the petition calling for better street lighting in parts of Suffolk which has received hundreds of signatures.


Bryan Ferry's show at this year's Newmarket Nights cancelled

19 March 2021
Bryan Ferry's show at this year's Newmarket Nights cancelled

Bryan Ferry's show at this year's Newmarket Nights cancelled

19 March 2021

The Jockey Club has announced that Bryan Ferry will not be performing at Newmarket Nights this summer, due to the cancellation of his 2021 tour.


This is why a Suffolk impersonator has become a viral internet sensation in China

18 March 2021
This is why a Suffolk impersonator has become a viral internet sensation in China

This is why a Suffolk impersonator has become a viral internet sensation in China

18 March 2021

The Mr Bean impersonator has had more than 100 million views on his video of him chopping cabbage.


The hidden cost of Deliveroo and Just Eat

17 March 2021
The hidden cost of Deliveroo and Just Eat

The hidden cost of Deliveroo and Just Eat

17 March 2021

Delivery apps have transformed the way we order food - but at what cost? We look at the 'ghost' kitchens and hefty commission threatening an industry.


There's cause for optimism but stick with coronavirus restrictions says chief constable

13 March 2021
There's cause for optimism but stick with coronavirus restrictions says chief constable

There's cause for optimism but stick with coronavirus restrictions says chief constable

13 March 2021

Suffolk's chief constable has urged residents to continue to follow coronavirus restrictions in order to protect ourselves, our families and the NHS.


SuffolkNews Podcast: Children return to school, man dies in car fire and new McDonalds set to open

12 March 2021
SuffolkNews Podcast: Children return to school, man dies in car fire and new McDonalds set to open

SuffolkNews Podcast: Children return to school, man dies in car fire and new McDonalds set to open

12 March 2021

In this week's podcast we discuss children going back to school, the arrival of a new McDonalds and a teapot company's lockdown success.


Witnesses sought after drill and angle grinder stolen from van

05 March 2021
Witnesses sought after drill and angle grinder stolen from van

Witnesses sought after drill and angle grinder stolen from van

05 March 2021

A drill and an angle grinder have been stolen from a van, prompting police to appeal for witnesses.


Police urge residents to stick to Covid restrictions with first steps out of lockdown just days away

05 March 2021
Police urge residents to stick to Covid restrictions with first steps out of lockdown just days away

Police urge residents to stick to Covid restrictions with first steps out of lockdown just days away

05 March 2021

Police are urging people in Suffolk to stay disciplined this weekend as the country readies itself for its first steps out of lockdown next week.


Podcast: Villagers unhappy as plans submitted for KFC and Starbucks to join soon-to-be-built McDonalds

05 March 2021
Podcast: Villagers unhappy as plans submitted for KFC and Starbucks to join soon-to-be-built McDonalds

Podcast: Villagers unhappy as plans submitted for KFC and Starbucks to join soon-to-be-built McDonalds

05 March 2021

On this week's podcast, hear what villagers think about plans for a KFC and Starbucks next to a soon-to-be build McDonalds on the Suffolk border.


More than 150 Elon Musk Starlink Satellites will be passing over UK skies

02 March 2021
More than 150 Elon Musk Starlink Satellites will be passing over UK skies

More than 150 Elon Musk Starlink Satellites will be passing over UK skies

02 March 2021

If you like to see the Starlink satellites travelling across the night sky you are in for a bonanza this evening.


Podcast: Former town centre hotel to get new lease of life

26 February 2021
Podcast: Former town centre hotel to get new lease of life

Podcast: Former town centre hotel to get new lease of life

26 February 2021

Hear all about a former hotel which is to get a new lease of life, a woman's joy after winning £30,000 and reactions to the lockdown roadmap.


Graphic content could be easily accessed by children on fast growing social media platform

25 February 2021
Graphic content could be easily accessed by children on fast growing social media platform

Graphic content could be easily accessed by children on fast growing social media platform

25 February 2021

A social media consultant has warned of a free online chat website that allows users to connect and speak to strangers online.


Take a look around £1.7m village home with links to famous landscape architect

23 February 2021
Take a look around £1.7m village home with links to famous landscape architect

Take a look around £1.7m village home with links to famous landscape architect

23 February 2021

As house sales have continued throughout the coronavirus pandemic, yet another of Suffolk’s stunning hidden gems has found its way onto the market.


Schools and sports to return under lockdown roadmap

22 February 2021
Schools and sports to return under lockdown roadmap

Schools and sports to return under lockdown roadmap

22 February 2021

Schools, socialising and some sports are set to return next month under the government's plan to relax coronavirus lockdown restrictions in England.


Podcast: Police to take no action over Covid breaches at burial and the stars hoping for more privacy

19 February 2021
Podcast: Police to take no action over Covid breaches at burial and the stars hoping for more privacy

Podcast: Police to take no action over Covid breaches at burial and the stars hoping for more privacy

19 February 2021

In the latest podcast, hear about the ex-farmer raising awareness of mental health in the industry and the actors looking for more privacy.


City transport vision could have knock-on effect

17 February 2021
City transport vision could have knock-on effect

City transport vision could have knock-on effect

17 February 2021

A vision to transform transport in Cambridge over the next 10 years could prove beneficial for surrounding villages and towns.


'I welcome increase to council tax precept' says chief constable

13 February 2021
'I welcome increase to council tax precept' says chief constable

'I welcome increase to council tax precept' says chief constable

13 February 2021

Suffolk's chief constable has welcomed the council tax precept increase, stating that ours is one of the lowest funded police forces in the country.


Podcast: Manager 'gutted' at shop closure and Ed Sheeran's charity boost

12 February 2021
Podcast: Manager 'gutted' at shop closure and Ed Sheeran's charity boost

Podcast: Manager 'gutted' at shop closure and Ed Sheeran's charity boost

12 February 2021

We hear from Ed Sheeran about his support for a local charity and Suffolk's director of public health urges frontline workers to get tested regularly.