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SuffolkNews podcast: Bakery breaches food hygiene rules and could Mowbray be Ipswich Town-bound?

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In today's podcast we hear how a company selling baked goods at various Suffolk markets has been ordered to pay almost £4,000 for food hygiene offences.

McCarthy’s Country Store Ltd was sentenced for two food hygiene offences by Suffolk Magistrates' Court on November 24.

They must now pay a total of £3,860 including fines totalling £2,800, costs of £870 to the council and a victim surcharge of £190, for the offences, which date back to a routine food inspection on July 23, 2020.

It is believed by Suffolk News that Tony Mowbray is high up on the Ipswich Town wishlist to become the club's next manager.

A host of names, including Frank Lampard, John Terry, Marc Bircham, Neil Harris and Neil Lennon with the job since the decision was taken to axe Paul Cook on Saturday evening.

The 58-year-old, who made more than 100 appearances for the Tractor Boys between 1995 and 2000, is currently in charge of Championship outfit Blackburn Rovers.

A second case of the Omicron variant of Covid has been confirmed in Suffolk, although that is likely to be a 'vast underestimate' of the actual numbers, according to the county's public health boss.

Suffolk's Public Health director Stuart Keeble, speaking on BBC Radio Suffolk this morning, saying there was also about 31 suspected cases of the strain in the county.

Though he did say people should not be panicking he did advise they should be cautious.

And finally, armed police arrested a man in his 40s yesterday evening after an altercation at an address in Stowmarket.

Officers were called to an address in Poplar Hill at around 9.30pm after reports that a man, who was in possession of a machete and a firearm, was making threats to two other men in the street.

The man was taken to Bury St Edmunds Police Investigation Centre for questioning where he currently remains.