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Newly-appointed headteacher of special school 'delighted' to take on role

Newly-appointed headteacher of special school 'delighted' to take on role

Newly-appointed headteacher of special school 'delighted' to take on role

27 September 2021

The newly-appointed headteacher of a special school opening next year has said he is ‘delighted’ to take on the role.


Village car and jewellery thief sentenced to more than five years in jail

Village car and jewellery thief sentenced to more than five years in jail

Village car and jewellery thief sentenced to more than five years in jail

27 September 2021

A man has been jailed for more than five years after a string of offences including one in Hawstead, near Bury St Edmunds.


Town's new island park name welcomed around the world

Town's new island park name welcomed around the world

Town's new island park name welcomed around the world

27 September 2021

The naming of a park on a town's island has been welcomed by town residents and by the global Punjabi community, according to Breckland Council.


Charity volunteers raise hundreds with Olympics-inspired fundraiser

Charity volunteers raise hundreds with Olympics-inspired fundraiser

Charity volunteers raise hundreds with Olympics-inspired fundraiser

27 September 2021

An Olympics-inspired fundraiser has raised hundreds for a Suffolk charity.


Tears and laughter as 'emotional' motor event raises thousands of pounds for charity

Tears and laughter as 'emotional' motor event raises thousands of pounds for charity

Tears and laughter as 'emotional' motor event raises thousands of pounds for charity

27 September 2021

Classic car enthusiasts raised more than £5,000 for charity from a 68 mile drive around the Suffolk countryside.


Packed timetable sees Big Weekend showcase village

Packed timetable sees Big Weekend showcase village

Packed timetable sees Big Weekend showcase village

27 September 2021

Organisations showcase the best of village on Saturday and Sunday.


Are you a winner?

Are you a winner?

Are you a winner?

27 September 2021

It's been a busy few days for organisers of the St Nicholas Hospice Care Lottery, with the results for three draws published in quick succession.


Town van break ins see items taken over the weekend

Town van break ins see items taken over the weekend

Town van break ins see items taken over the weekend

27 September 2021

A saw, a watch and various tools have been some of the items taken during a trio of town van break ins.


Police appeal for witnesses after car is stolen from lay-by

Police appeal for witnesses after car is stolen from lay-by

Police appeal for witnesses after car is stolen from lay-by

27 September 2021

Police are appealing for witnesses after a car was stolen from a lay-by on the B1106.


Home burgled in Suffolk town

Home burgled in Suffolk town

Home burgled in Suffolk town

27 September 2021

Rear patio doors of a home were smashed during a burglary in a major Suffolk town.


Motorcyclist, in 70s, fractures pelvis after crash

Motorcyclist, in 70s, fractures pelvis after crash

Motorcyclist, in 70s, fractures pelvis after crash

27 September 2021

A motorcyclist fractured his pelvis after his vehicle crashed into a large tree.


Assault victim's fury as police drop hunt for his attackers

Assault victim's fury as police drop hunt for his attackers

Assault victim's fury as police drop hunt for his attackers

27 September 2021

A 27-year-old man who was assaulted by a group of men has expressed his anger at Suffolk Police after having his case dropped due to lack of evidence.


Show your support for inspirational RBL

Show your support for inspirational RBL

Show your support for inspirational RBL

25 September 2021

Bishop Martin Seeley reflects of the 100th anniversary of the Royal British Legion.


A humorous look at the news

A humorous look at the news

A humorous look at the news

25 September 2021

Cartoonist John Elson takes a look at national Recycling Week.


Letters to the editor

Letters to the editor

Letters to the editor

25 September 2021

National issues, plus some Cold War nostalgia are among this week's letter subjects.


Motor event organiser prepares for 'emotional' day after decades long search for grandad's classic car

Motor event organiser prepares for 'emotional' day after decades long search for grandad's classic car

Motor event organiser prepares for 'emotional' day after decades long search for grandad's classic car

25 September 2021

The organiser of a motor event for a cause close to his heart will drive his grandad's classic car after a decades long search for it paid off.


Town astronomy association halts observatory restoration plan

Town astronomy association halts observatory restoration plan

Town astronomy association halts observatory restoration plan

25 September 2021

A ‘chicken and egg situation’ has stopped the group's plans to restore a historic domed observatory and telescope from 1859.


New cheese shop opens its doors to customers

New cheese shop opens its doors to customers

New cheese shop opens its doors to customers

24 September 2021

A new cheese shop has opened in a Suffolk town centre.


Headteacher reassures parents following positive coronavirus cases among students

Headteacher reassures parents following positive coronavirus cases among students

Headteacher reassures parents following positive coronavirus cases among students

24 September 2021

The headteacher of a secondary school has reassured parents following an increase in positive coronavirus cases among students.


New term at college, but vision the same as ever

New term at college, but vision the same as ever

New term at college, but vision the same as ever

24 September 2021

At the end of the first month back for students at a major college in Suffolk, senior leadership objectives remain the same as ever.


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