SuffolkNews Podcast: Woodbridge man killed wife before hanging himself, Belchamp Otten man missing in Manchester and Stowmarket schoolgirl receives Cancer Research UK award
On the podcast today, we've got the news that a Woodbridge man killed his wife before hanging himself, an inquest has heard.
Well-known couple and Sutton Hoo volunteers Sally Metcalf, 68, and Jonathan Metcalf, 72, were both found dead at their home, in Cumberland Street, on April 10 this year.
A police investigation and search fund has been launched for a man who has gone missing.
Charley Gadd, 20, from Belchamp Otten, near Sudbury, went missing in Manchester city centre on Saturday.
A football pitch has been vandalised for the third time in one week leaving the team frustrated.
Stowupland Falcons Football Club pitch has been targeted by vandals driving over the grass and creating gauges and tyre marks on the pitch.
A missing man who sparked a rescue mission which closed the Orwell Bridge near Ipswich last night has been found this morning.
Police closed the A14 westbound and eastbound between the Nacton and Wherstead slip roads last night just before 6.30pm.
A five-year-old schoolgirl from Stowmarket has been honoured as part of a special awards show celebrating the courage of children diagnosed with cancer.
Darcy Drewery was diagnosed with Wilms’ tumour – a type of kidney cancer found in around 85 children in the UK each year – at the end of April 2020.
We've taken a look back through our archives to see how some companies were gearing up for the festive season nearly 30 years ago.