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SuffolkNews Podcast: Former Haverhill Samuel Ward Academy teachers avoid bans after misconduct hearing, Newmarket residents to have their say on parking scheme and man fined for fly-tipping

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In today's podcast we hear the latest on the hearing into the conduct of former teachers at Haverhill's Samuel Ward Academy.

Howard Lay, Pat Stalker and Andy Prestoe, who worked at the school, appeared before a Teacher Regulation Agency misconduct panel earlier this month.

They were found guilty of unprofessional conduct but have since been cleared to continue teaching.

A woman with health complications has opened a healthy pop-up café in Bury St Edmunds.

Gina Oliver who owns the catering company Ginger and Olive opened in the Market Cross today.

Meanwhile, a man has been arrested following a serious sexual assault on a young woman in Bury St Edmunds.

The incident occurred on Sunday at some point between 2.15am and 3.30am in the area of Merchant Avenue.

And in Newmarket, residents from the All Saints area of the town will be invited to have their say on proposed plans to introduce a parking zone.

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