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Test and trace app launches after long delays

Test and trace app launches after long delays

Test and trace app launches after long delays

24 September 2020

The new Test and Trace app has launched to help battle the spread of coronavirus following months of delays.


Pub bosses 'extremely worried' as new 10pm curfew comes into force

Pub bosses 'extremely worried' as new 10pm curfew comes into force

Pub bosses 'extremely worried' as new 10pm curfew comes into force

23 September 2020

Pubs and clubs have hit back at the Government-ordered 10pm curfew which is set to come into play this week to help fight the spread of coronavirus.


Have your say on changes to electoral map in Suffolk ahead of next local elections

Have your say on changes to electoral map in Suffolk ahead of next local elections

Have your say on changes to electoral map in Suffolk ahead of next local elections

23 September 2020

Under the proposals, there would be a total of 70 county councillors in Suffolk in the future – five fewer than there is now.

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New Covid measures for six months, says PM

New Covid measures for six months, says PM

New Covid measures for six months, says PM

22 September 2020

The PM has addressed MPs and told them new Covid rules will stay in place for six months ahead of his announcement to the nation.


'Work from home if you can'

'Work from home if you can'

'Work from home if you can'

22 September 2020

New government restrictions are set to see pubs, bars and restaurants close at 10pm daily while people are urged to work from home wherever possible.


County council reveals financial implications of coronavirus

County council reveals financial implications of coronavirus

County council reveals financial implications of coronavirus

21 September 2020

A Suffolk authority has revealed the financial implications of coronavirus this year.


Appeal for information after truck stolen from village

Appeal for information after truck stolen from village

Appeal for information after truck stolen from village

21 September 2020

A truck has been stolen from a Suffolk village, prompting police to appeal for information.


The 10 most dangerous areas in Suffolk revealed

The 10 most dangerous areas in Suffolk revealed

The 10 most dangerous areas in Suffolk revealed

21 September 2020

Thousands of crimes are reported to police in Suffolk each month, but where are the worst hotspots for recorded crimes in the county?


Suffolk's pubs calling time for good

Suffolk's pubs calling time for good

Suffolk's pubs calling time for good

20 September 2020

There have been at least 90 pub and bar closures in the county since 2010 and the industry is now being hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.


Rail disruption expected as three kilometres of track set to be replaced

Rail disruption expected as three kilometres of track set to be replaced

Rail disruption expected as three kilometres of track set to be replaced

12 September 2020

Three kilometres of worn-out rail track in Suffolk is set to be replaced next month in a bid to improve reliability and improve passenger experience.


Housebuilding could double across Suffolk

Housebuilding could double across Suffolk

Housebuilding could double across Suffolk

12 September 2020

Suffolk councils could be forced to approve twice as many homes per year under new government proposals.


Podcast: Kesgrave shooting, Covid in schools and lifetime achievement award for pub couple

Podcast: Kesgrave shooting, Covid in schools and lifetime achievement award for pub couple

Podcast: Kesgrave shooting, Covid in schools and lifetime achievement award for pub couple

11 September 2020

Listen to a roundup of this week's top stories, including the arrest of a teenager over a shooting and school pupils having to self-isolate.


Data shows one in four new coronavirus cases in county among people aged 15 to 25

Data shows one in four new coronavirus cases in county among people aged 15 to 25

Data shows one in four new coronavirus cases in county among people aged 15 to 25

08 September 2020

More than a quarter of new coronavirus cases in Suffolk are among people aged between 15 and 25, shock new data reveals.


Arrest made after man struck with glass outside pub

Arrest made after man struck with glass outside pub

Arrest made after man struck with glass outside pub

08 September 2020

Police have arrested a man on suspicion of assault after another man was struck in the face with a glass outside a pub.


Parkruns to return next month

Parkruns to return next month

Parkruns to return next month

08 September 2020

Orgainsers have announced Parkruns are set to return across the country at the end of October.


'The biggest thing for parents is to take the pressure off'

'The biggest thing for parents is to take the pressure off'

'The biggest thing for parents is to take the pressure off'

08 September 2020

On International Literacy Day a leading reading charity has given advice to parents who are worried their children have fallen behind in lockdown.


Man arrested in connection with spate of straw bale fires

Man arrested in connection with spate of straw bale fires

Man arrested in connection with spate of straw bale fires

07 September 2020

Police have arrested a Suffolk man in connection with a spate of arson incidents close to the border with Norfolk.


Suffolk's Eat Out to Help Out success in numbers

Suffolk's Eat Out to Help Out success in numbers

Suffolk's Eat Out to Help Out success in numbers

04 September 2020

Restaurant-goers in Suffolk enjoyed more than half a million meals through the Eat Out to Help Out scheme last month.


Podcast: Murder investigation launched and calls for face masks in restaurants

Podcast: Murder investigation launched and calls for face masks in restaurants

Podcast: Murder investigation launched and calls for face masks in restaurants

04 September 2020

Listen to a round up of this week's top stories which also includes a look ahead to the start of the season for Ipswich Town.


Call for workers and students to walk or cycle to work

Call for workers and students to walk or cycle to work

Call for workers and students to walk or cycle to work

04 September 2020

Efforts should be made to make journeys to school and work by foot or bike to stop congestion and the spread of Covid-19.


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