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Take a look at this stunning home on the market with a window into the past

24 August 2021
Take a look at this stunning home on the market with a window into the past

Take a look at this stunning home on the market with a window into the past

24 August 2021

A house with a real history, this property was built in the 15th century but displays architectural styles spanning the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries.


Woman who hid cocaine in deodorant bottle jailed

18 August 2021
Woman who hid cocaine in deodorant bottle jailed

Woman who hid cocaine in deodorant bottle jailed

18 August 2021

A 21-year-old who attempted to stash wraps of cocaine in a deodorant bottle has been jailed.


East Anglian Air Ambulance reveal July was busiest month in years

18 August 2021
East Anglian Air Ambulance reveal July was busiest month in years

East Anglian Air Ambulance reveal July was busiest month in years

18 August 2021

The air ambulance, which has two crews covering Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire, flew on 266 sorties in July.


Work to tackle 'wide-reaching' problem of anti-social behaviour to continue, says chief constable

18 August 2021
Work to tackle 'wide-reaching' problem of anti-social behaviour to continue, says chief constable

Work to tackle 'wide-reaching' problem of anti-social behaviour to continue, says chief constable

18 August 2021

In this month's column, Suffolk's chief constable talks anti-social behaviour, a new joint police and fire station in a town and recruitment.


Old Rectory is the ultimate doer-upper

17 August 2021
Old Rectory is the ultimate doer-upper

Old Rectory is the ultimate doer-upper

17 August 2021

This wonderful former Suffolk rectory which sits in grounds of three acres could be yours for £850,000 . . . but it needs a bit of work.


Demand for answers after Suffolk grandmother dies just days after being discharged from hospital

16 August 2021
Demand for answers after Suffolk grandmother dies just days after being discharged from hospital

Demand for answers after Suffolk grandmother dies just days after being discharged from hospital

16 August 2021

A distraught husband is demanding answers after his wife of three decades died just 48 hours after being discharged from hospital.


Wetherspoon to slash prices for one day only next month

13 August 2021
Wetherspoon to slash prices for one day only next month

Wetherspoon to slash prices for one day only next month

13 August 2021

Wetherspoon is to cut the price of food and drink in its pubs for one day to highlight the impact of VAT on the hospitality sector.


Students breathe sigh of relief after picking up GCSE results

12 August 2021
Students breathe sigh of relief after picking up GCSE results

Students breathe sigh of relief after picking up GCSE results

12 August 2021

Students have been nervously picking up their GCSE results today, in what is a record-breaking year across England, Wales and Northern Ireland.


GCSEs 2021: All the latest on Suffolk's results

12 August 2021
GCSEs 2021: All the latest on Suffolk's results

GCSEs 2021: All the latest on Suffolk's results

12 August 2021

Thousands of youngsters across Suffolk will be receiving their GCSE results today - we'll have live updates throughout the day.


Can you feed a family of four for under £35?

11 August 2021
Can you feed a family of four for under £35?

Can you feed a family of four for under £35?

11 August 2021

It can be difficult to save money and feed your family. Megan Carr, was challenged to feed a family of four on a budget, here's how it went.


A-levels 2021: All the latest on Suffolk's results

10 August 2021
A-levels 2021: All the latest on Suffolk's results

A-levels 2021: All the latest on Suffolk's results

10 August 2021

It's results day for thousands of A-level students as they find out if they have the grades to head to university or down their chosen career path.


These are the questions dog owners want the answers to

09 August 2021
These are the questions dog owners want the answers to

These are the questions dog owners want the answers to

09 August 2021

From licking feet to eating poo, the Kennel Club has answered the most Googled questions about your pooches.


Are people in Suffolk still wearing face masks?

08 August 2021
Are people in Suffolk still wearing face masks?

Are people in Suffolk still wearing face masks?

08 August 2021

We sent our team of reporters out to some of the county's busiest town centres to find out whether people are still wearing face masks.


Thousands flock to see legend Tom Jones and question mark hangs over future of Debenhams store

02 August 2021
Thousands flock to see legend Tom Jones and question mark hangs over future of Debenhams store

Thousands flock to see legend Tom Jones and question mark hangs over future of Debenhams store

02 August 2021

In today's podcast, we discuss the future of a Suffolk department store which business chiefs have said could stand empty until 2023.


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.