SuffolkNews podcast: The Ukrainian boy stuck in a war zone as he waits for approval to live in Elmswell near Bury St Edmunds
In today's podcast, you may have already seen the powerful image on our homepage of a young boy stuck in a war zone as he waits for approval to travel to live in Elmswell.
We've been speaking to host families hoping to offer sanctuary to Ukrainian refugees following Russia’s invasion.
They have spoken of their frustration at Home Office delays in processing applications.
Meanwhile, she’s eighty-five-years-old, has played squash most of her adult life and now has a place in the record books.
Margaret Armstrong, from Dalham, is the world’s oldest competitive squash player.
She found out last week the title was hers after her application to Guinness World Records was officially approved.
Next, and have you visited these Suffolk destinations which have today gained national recognition?
The Sunday Times Best Places to Live guide named Boxford and Woodbridge within its top seven locations in the region.
And residents in a Suffolk village have been coping with a nightmare after HGVs damage telegraph poles.
After one incident a fortnight ago, residents in Borley Green lost their broadband connection.
Also on the site, a dog-lover has seen her dream come true after finding the paw-fect spot for her new Suffolk shop.