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5 easy plants kids can grow this half term

28 May 2021
5 easy plants kids can grow this half term

5 easy plants kids can grow this half term

28 May 2021

JLS star and farmer JB Gil says he loves gardening with his kids. With more sun and no school, here's 5 plants the kids could grow this week:


Take a look around new holiday park with glamping lodges, kayaking and paddle boarding

28 May 2021
Take a look around new holiday park with glamping lodges, kayaking and paddle boarding

Take a look around new holiday park with glamping lodges, kayaking and paddle boarding

28 May 2021

A family-run glamping retreat offering upmarket lodges alongside outdoor water sports and activities will open from this weekend.


We Will Rock You review: College students dazzle in musical

27 May 2021
We Will Rock You review: College students dazzle in musical

We Will Rock You review: College students dazzle in musical

27 May 2021

College students are midway through a string of shows of We Will Rock You, but what should viewers expect?


Choirs devastated at last-minute rule change

26 May 2021
Choirs devastated at last-minute rule change

Choirs devastated at last-minute rule change

26 May 2021

Singing groups have hit-out at tough new coronavirus rules, which they say were unexpectedly brought in by the government without warning.


Free offers for National Lottery players

26 May 2021
Free offers for National Lottery players

Free offers for National Lottery players

26 May 2021

From free tickets to food and drink deals, here's how you can claim offers available to National Lottery players next month.


Concerns raised over latest children's craze

26 May 2021
Concerns raised over latest children's craze

Concerns raised over latest children's craze

26 May 2021

Poppers are the latest must-have fidget toy after finding fame on social media but green campaigners say they risk harming the environment.


Health Secretary Matt Hancock should have been fired, hears joint inquiry

26 May 2021
Health Secretary Matt Hancock should have been fired, hears joint inquiry

Health Secretary Matt Hancock should have been fired, hears joint inquiry

26 May 2021

Top official recommended to Boris Johnson that Matt Hancock should be fired over coronavirus failings, Dominic Cummings has claimed.


11 easy ways to cut the family food bill

25 May 2021
11 easy ways to cut the family food bill

11 easy ways to cut the family food bill

25 May 2021

Is the cost of your food shop creeping up as we plan for guests and gatherings? Here's 11 tips for capping the cost of the family food bill.


Podcast: Indian variant of coronavirus identified in Suffolk

24 May 2021
Podcast: Indian variant of coronavirus identified in Suffolk

Podcast: Indian variant of coronavirus identified in Suffolk

24 May 2021

In this week's podcast, we discuss the news that cases of the Indian variant of coronavirus have been identified in Suffolk.


Theme park opens Gangsta Granny: The Ride

24 May 2021
Theme park opens Gangsta Granny: The Ride

Theme park opens Gangsta Granny: The Ride

24 May 2021

Take a look inside the World of David Walliams, including the new Gangsta Granny-themed ride, which have all opened at a theme park.


Premier League clubs to donate boots to budding stars

21 May 2021
Premier League clubs to donate boots to budding stars

Premier League clubs to donate boots to budding stars

21 May 2021

Young footballers who need new boots could soon claim a pair from a top club under a new scheme asking all players to recycle their unwanted kit.


Cheapest supermarket for branded items revealed

21 May 2021
Cheapest supermarket for branded items revealed

Cheapest supermarket for branded items revealed

21 May 2021

A Which? study of more than 400 food and drink items has revealed which supermarkets are the cheapest and the most expensive for branded goods.


Home Secretary lobbied chief constable to end newspaper protest

21 May 2021
Home Secretary lobbied chief constable to end newspaper protest

Home Secretary lobbied chief constable to end newspaper protest

21 May 2021

The Home Secretary lobbied a chief constable to end an Extinction Rebellion protest that was blocking a newspaper print works, a court has heard


Couple with a passion for vegan living to open health food shop in town

21 May 2021
Couple with a passion for vegan living to open health food shop in town

Couple with a passion for vegan living to open health food shop in town

21 May 2021

A couple who have been vegetarian for 20 years and vegan for the past three want a space to provide environmentally-friendly alternative products.


Scam warning for music fans

20 May 2021
Scam warning for music fans

Scam warning for music fans

20 May 2021

Fraud experts are warning of a sharp rise in fake emails pretending to be from Apple iTunes.


What the great rail revolution means for you

20 May 2021
What the great rail revolution means for you

What the great rail revolution means for you

20 May 2021

The Great British Railways proposal could usher in the biggest changes to our trains for 30 years - but what does it mean for rail users?


The boys and girls names facing extinction

20 May 2021
The boys and girls names facing extinction

The boys and girls names facing extinction

20 May 2021

The names growing in popularity and those fast falling out of favour with new families have been revealed.


Heavy showers and high winds set to batter Suffolk

19 May 2021
Heavy showers and high winds set to batter Suffolk

Heavy showers and high winds set to batter Suffolk

19 May 2021

The Met Office says it is not ruling out introducing weather warnings as more heavy rainfall and strong winds are expected this week.


Two Suffolk women in court following newspaper protest

18 May 2021
Two Suffolk women in court following newspaper protest

Two Suffolk women in court following newspaper protest

18 May 2021

Two women were amongst five in court today following a protest which cost a printing company 'more than a million'.


Toy shop extends its Quiet Hour

17 May 2021
Toy shop extends its Quiet Hour

Toy shop extends its Quiet Hour

17 May 2021

A toy store is rolling out a nationwide Quiet Hour to create a calmer shopping experience for customers, including those with autism.