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Christmas lunch cancelled but lonely will still be helped

Christmas lunch cancelled but lonely will still be helped

Christmas lunch cancelled but lonely will still be helped

19 September 2020

A charity’s annual Christmas meal has been cancelled with volunteers set to support lonely individuals in other ways this year.


Butterfly Appeal still needs your backing to reach target

Butterfly Appeal still needs your backing to reach target

Butterfly Appeal still needs your backing to reach target

19 September 2020

A hospital charity is relaunching its appeal to fund-raise for a new area which aims to terminally ill patients with as much comfort as possible.


Coronavirus test frustration for families

Coronavirus test frustration for families

Coronavirus test frustration for families

19 September 2020

Families have voiced frustration after struggling to book coronavirus tests and, in some cases, have had to travel 70 miles to get one.


Podcast: Headteacher slams government over Covid test capacity

Podcast: Headteacher slams government over Covid test capacity

Podcast: Headteacher slams government over Covid test capacity

18 September 2020

A headteacher has spoken out as pupils and staff are forced to take time off as they wait for coronavirus test results.


Cyclist suffers serious head injuries in town centre crash

Cyclist suffers serious head injuries in town centre crash

Cyclist suffers serious head injuries in town centre crash

18 September 2020

The Suffolk Accident Rescue Service critical care team were mobilised to a serious road traffic collision.


Another bumper year for town's tourism

Another bumper year for town's tourism

Another bumper year for town's tourism

18 September 2020

The value of tourism in a Suffolk town grew by £2.2 million in 2019, according to newly released research.


Hospital confirms death of coronavirus patient

Hospital confirms death of coronavirus patient

Hospital confirms death of coronavirus patient

17 September 2020

A patient who tested positive for coronavirus has died.


Keepers and staff at zoo left 'devastated' over death of Sri Lankan leopard

Keepers and staff at zoo left 'devastated' over death of Sri Lankan leopard

Keepers and staff at zoo left 'devastated' over death of Sri Lankan leopard

17 September 2020

Staff at a zoo have been left 'devastated' after the death of their Sri Lankan leopard.


52 pupils off school and forced to self isolate while they wait Covid-19 test results says headteacher

52 pupils off school and forced to self isolate while they wait Covid-19 test results says headteacher

52 pupils off school and forced to self isolate while they wait Covid-19 test results says headteacher

17 September 2020

A Suffolk headteacher has said the Government has sold the community short by not having an efficient testing regime in place for pupils and staff.


7 things you walk past every day and may not know their 'hidden' history

7 things you walk past every day and may not know their 'hidden' history

7 things you walk past every day and may not know their 'hidden' history

16 September 2020

With Heritage Open Days in full swing this week, we challenged a museum to tell us a few town secrets.


Nurse wins In Bloom competition with tribute to NHS

Nurse wins In Bloom competition with tribute to NHS

Nurse wins In Bloom competition with tribute to NHS

16 September 2020

A practice nurse’s contribution to a community art installation has been voted as the best in show.


Four arrested for drug offences

Four arrested for drug offences

Four arrested for drug offences

16 September 2020

The arrests took place after officers spotted a suspicious vehicle.


Work to begin on former post office site

Work to begin on former post office site

Work to begin on former post office site

16 September 2020

Work on a major town centre development is set to begin next week.


Councillors tackle town parking issues

Councillors tackle town parking issues

Councillors tackle town parking issues

16 September 2020

Councillors have launched a questionnaire aimed at tackling car parking issues in the centre of a town after dozens of complaints from residents.


Football club could honour long-serving member Brian with annual match

Football club could honour long-serving member Brian with annual match

Football club could honour long-serving member Brian with annual match

16 September 2020

The wife of a long-serving member of a Suffolk football club has said the team is trying to fulfil one of his last wishes.


Take a look inside Suffolk's most expensive home

Take a look inside Suffolk's most expensive home

Take a look inside Suffolk's most expensive home

16 September 2020

An 18th century manor house is the most expensive on the market in Suffolk and could be yours for just £6.35million.


Appeal following spate of burglaries

Appeal following spate of burglaries

Appeal following spate of burglaries

15 September 2020

Police are appealing for witnesses following a spate of burglaries in southern Suffolk.


Are you a hospice lottery winner?

Are you a hospice lottery winner?

Are you a hospice lottery winner?

15 September 2020

Winning numbers for the latest St Nicholas Hospice Care Lottery draw


Hospital promises action to address 'culture' after further setback

Hospital promises action to address 'culture' after further setback

Hospital promises action to address 'culture' after further setback

15 September 2020

West Suffolk Hospital’s leadership has promised action to address its working culture after a respected health body raised further concerns.


Motorcyclist sustains multiple injuries after serious head-on crash

Motorcyclist sustains multiple injuries after serious head-on crash

Motorcyclist sustains multiple injuries after serious head-on crash

15 September 2020

Police are hoping witnesses could help show them what happened.


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