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Can I turn off new emergency alerts?

22 June 2021
Can I turn off new emergency alerts?

Can I turn off new emergency alerts?

22 June 2021

Loud sirens are being triggered on mobile phones as part of testing of the country's new emergency alerts system. Learn more about opting-out here:


Driving test centres are fully-booked after lockdown closures

22 June 2021
Driving test centres are fully-booked after lockdown closures

Driving test centres are fully-booked after lockdown closures

22 June 2021

Learner drivers are facing long waits for practical test appointments.


Emergency sirens to sound on phones today

22 June 2021
Emergency sirens to sound on phones today

Emergency sirens to sound on phones today

22 June 2021

Alerts which trigger siren-like sounds on mobile phones and tablets are being tested across the UK today.


Podcast: Council accused of 'shockingly poor traffic management'

21 June 2021
Podcast: Council accused of 'shockingly poor traffic management'

Podcast: Council accused of 'shockingly poor traffic management'

21 June 2021

In the latest podcast, we also have an update on an investigation after more than 80 suspected stolen dogs were found by police.


See how one of the county's top tourist attractions prepares for summer

19 June 2021
See how one of the county's top tourist attractions prepares for summer

See how one of the county's top tourist attractions prepares for summer

19 June 2021

Hours of back-breaking work, 20,000 plants and a lot of planning go into stunning floral display.


8 money saving tips for booking a UK break

18 June 2021
8 money saving tips for booking a UK break

8 money saving tips for booking a UK break

18 June 2021

Contemplating a UK break? Don't book before reading our top tips for protecting your money and getting the best deal.


Couple divided by loyalties say England v Scotland game is 'blessing and curse'

17 June 2021
Couple divided by loyalties say England v Scotland game is 'blessing and curse'

Couple divided by loyalties say England v Scotland game is 'blessing and curse'

17 June 2021

One couple divided by England-Scotland loyalties will enter unfamiliar territory when the sides meet in the first major tournament in 25 years.


Pet food recalled over link to deadly disease

17 June 2021
Pet food recalled over link to deadly disease

Pet food recalled over link to deadly disease

17 June 2021

Pet food, including ranges sold by Sainsbury's and Pets at Home, is being recalled over a potential link to a disease, which can be deadly for cats.


Food bank parcels to include SIM cards

17 June 2021
Food bank parcels to include SIM cards

Food bank parcels to include SIM cards

17 June 2021

Mobile phone SIM cards, loaded with data, free calls and texts, are to be distributed with emergency food packages.


Card payments down at supermarket

16 June 2021
Card payments down at supermarket

Card payments down at supermarket

16 June 2021

Customers are reporting problems paying by card at Sainsbury's supermarkets this lunchtime. More details here:


Triple threat warning for asthmatics and hay fever sufferers

15 June 2021
Triple threat warning for asthmatics and hay fever sufferers

Triple threat warning for asthmatics and hay fever sufferers

15 June 2021

A 'toxic cocktail' of sky-high pollen levels, hot weather and rain risks misery for thousands of asthmatics and hay fever sufferers. Here's why:


Your view on Freedom Day delay

15 June 2021
Your view on Freedom Day delay

Your view on Freedom Day delay

15 June 2021

More than 2,000 of you had your say on whether June 21's so-called 'Freedom Day' should have been delayed – here's what you thought.


'I fear for children’s safety in the water'

15 June 2021
'I fear for children’s safety in the water'

'I fear for children’s safety in the water'

15 June 2021

A stark warning about children's safety in the water this summer has come from Swim England, which says two million missed lessons in lockdown.


How to avoid a £5,000 fine when loading the car this summer

15 June 2021
How to avoid a £5,000 fine when loading the car this summer

How to avoid a £5,000 fine when loading the car this summer

15 June 2021

Incorrectly loading the car for a family holiday or day trip this summer could land you with a hefty fine or invalidate your insurance. Here's why:


See inside the home you can rent for £10,000 a month

15 June 2021
See inside the home you can rent for £10,000 a month

See inside the home you can rent for £10,000 a month

15 June 2021

Newly-built six-bedroom village home has its own tennis court.


June 21's 'Freedom Day' delayed by month

14 June 2021
June 21's 'Freedom Day' delayed by month

June 21's 'Freedom Day' delayed by month

14 June 2021

Boris Johnson has announced June 21's 'Freedom Day' will be delayed by four weeks as cases of the variant first detected in India spiral.


Deaf sheepdog taught how to understand sign language

14 June 2021
Deaf sheepdog taught how to understand sign language

Deaf sheepdog taught how to understand sign language

14 June 2021

A sheepdog which could no longer work after becoming deaf is now able to continue rounding up flocks after her new owners taught her sign language.


Officers to the rescue after nine-stone tortoise wanders into town

14 June 2021
Officers to the rescue after nine-stone tortoise wanders into town

Officers to the rescue after nine-stone tortoise wanders into town

14 June 2021

An unusual rescue effort saw police apprehending a huge escapee in Suffolk - in the form of a whopping, nine-stone tortoise.


PM 'to announce four week delay to end of lockdown rules'

14 June 2021
PM 'to announce four week delay to end of lockdown rules'

PM 'to announce four week delay to end of lockdown rules'

14 June 2021

The easing of lockdown restrictions is to be delayed by up to four weeks, the Prime Minister is expected to announce later today.


These are the inspiring Suffolk people recognised in the Queen's Birthday Honours

11 June 2021
These are the inspiring Suffolk people recognised in the Queen's Birthday Honours

These are the inspiring Suffolk people recognised in the Queen's Birthday Honours

11 June 2021

A ‘revolutionary’ conservationist and two colleagues who created thousands of visors for healthcare workers are among those recognised in the honours.