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Marketing: Make the most of your time, says Kim Morrison

Marketing: Make the most of your time, says Kim Morrison

Marketing: Make the most of your time, says Kim Morrison

22 November 2020

Without a regular schedule, how do you make sure you actually get work done at home?


Three fined after attending anti coronavirus lockdown protest

Three fined after attending anti coronavirus lockdown protest

Three fined after attending anti coronavirus lockdown protest

21 November 2020

Three people who were arrested at a protest against coronavirus lockdown rules have been issued with fixed penalty notices.


First vaccination site in Suffolk to be ready by December 1

First vaccination site in Suffolk to be ready by December 1

First vaccination site in Suffolk to be ready by December 1

21 November 2020

Suffolk’s first site for delivering Covid-19 vaccinations is to be ready in less than two weeks time, it has been confirmed.


'Rule-breakers should expect to be fined': Lockdown warning from Suffolk's chief constable

'Rule-breakers should expect to be fined': Lockdown warning from Suffolk's chief constable

'Rule-breakers should expect to be fined': Lockdown warning from Suffolk's chief constable

21 November 2020

Suffolk's chief constable has told lockdown rule-breakers to expect fines as he urges residents to follow coroanvirus guidelines.


Prohibition notice served to hair and beauty salon owner for breaching lockdown rules

Prohibition notice served to hair and beauty salon owner for breaching lockdown rules

Prohibition notice served to hair and beauty salon owner for breaching lockdown rules

20 November 2020

The owner of a hair and beauty salon has been handed a prohibition notice by a borough council for operating from their garage during lockdown.


£11 MILLION: The cost of the fallout from Covid for one Suffolk council

£11 MILLION: The cost of the fallout from Covid for one Suffolk council

£11 MILLION: The cost of the fallout from Covid for one Suffolk council

20 November 2020

Covid-19 fallout has cost one Suffolk council more than £11million ... so far.


Gym owner offers free exercise area for residents to stave off lockdown blues

Gym owner offers free exercise area for residents to stave off lockdown blues

Gym owner offers free exercise area for residents to stave off lockdown blues

18 November 2020

The owner of a Suffolk gym has created an outdoor area in which people can work out for free during lockdown.


Suffolk MP attempts to calm Commons heckling with ‘children’ cry

Suffolk MP attempts to calm Commons heckling with ‘children’ cry

Suffolk MP attempts to calm Commons heckling with ‘children’ cry

17 November 2020

A health minister labelled some MPs 'children' as she responded to concerns of Conservative Party donors potentially 'profiteering' from Covid-19.


'I can see a massive growth in small independents': Fashion retailer looks to a post-Covid future

'I can see a massive growth in small independents': Fashion retailer looks to a post-Covid future

'I can see a massive growth in small independents': Fashion retailer looks to a post-Covid future

17 November 2020

A high street fashion shop owner is taking the positives after making a big change to her business shortly before the pandemic hit.


This is when you can pick your own Christmas tree from award-winning estate

This is when you can pick your own Christmas tree from award-winning estate

This is when you can pick your own Christmas tree from award-winning estate

16 November 2020

A venue is offering visitors the chance to pick their own Christmas tree from its plantation.


Tattoo shop owner fined after breaking coronavirus restrictions

Tattoo shop owner fined after breaking coronavirus restrictions

Tattoo shop owner fined after breaking coronavirus restrictions

16 November 2020

The owner of a tattoo shop has been fined £1,000 after she failed to close the business during coronavirus lockdown.


Hundreds of pupils at primary school self-isolating after staff test positive for coronavirus

Hundreds of pupils at primary school self-isolating after staff test positive for coronavirus

Hundreds of pupils at primary school self-isolating after staff test positive for coronavirus

16 November 2020

About half of the pupils at a school are self-isolating after two staff members tested positive for coronavirus.


Coronavirus rates climb by more than a third, but infections remain lower than the national average

Coronavirus rates climb by more than a third, but infections remain lower than the national average

Coronavirus rates climb by more than a third, but infections remain lower than the national average

15 November 2020

Suffolk's coronavirus infection rates remain below the nationwide average, new Government statistics have revealed.


Police break up memorial after it breaks coronavirus rules

Police break up memorial after it breaks coronavirus rules

Police break up memorial after it breaks coronavirus rules

14 November 2020

Police have tonight broken up a memorial after it broke coronavirus rules - with reports of 'up to 100 people' at the gathering.


Residents urged to 'act now and protect each other' as Covid-19 rate rockets

Residents urged to 'act now and protect each other' as Covid-19 rate rockets

Residents urged to 'act now and protect each other' as Covid-19 rate rockets

14 November 2020

People in a Suffolk town have been urged to “act now and protect each other” from Covid-19, as latest data indicates the disease is spreading.


‘Our Christmas lights are on but no-one can shop’ - retailer 'devastated' attraction is unable to bring in customers

‘Our Christmas lights are on but no-one can shop’ - retailer 'devastated' attraction is unable to bring in customers

‘Our Christmas lights are on but no-one can shop’ - retailer 'devastated' attraction is unable to bring in customers

14 November 2020

A shop owner who has ploughed thousands of pounds into a Christmas display is ‘devastated’ the attraction is unable to bring in customers.


After-dark lights display at National Trust property is cancelled

After-dark lights display at National Trust property is cancelled

After-dark lights display at National Trust property is cancelled

13 November 2020

An after-dark lights display at a National Trust property has been cancelled.


Podcast: Systemic failures and neglect in hospital care led to anorexic teenager Averil Hart's death

Podcast: Systemic failures and neglect in hospital care led to anorexic teenager Averil Hart's death

Podcast: Systemic failures and neglect in hospital care led to anorexic teenager Averil Hart's death

13 November 2020

This week we talk about the inquest of tragic teenager Averil Hart and the changes her family would like to see made to eating disorder services.


Schools reopen after Covid-19 case sees staff and pupils asked to self-isolate

Schools reopen after Covid-19 case sees staff and pupils asked to self-isolate

Schools reopen after Covid-19 case sees staff and pupils asked to self-isolate

13 November 2020

A 'small number' of staff and pupils are self-isolating after a positive coronavirus case saw two schools forced to close.


Struggling Caffe Nero to ask landlords for better terms after second lockdown

Struggling Caffe Nero to ask landlords for better terms after second lockdown

Struggling Caffe Nero to ask landlords for better terms after second lockdown

13 November 2020

Bosses at struggling Caffe Nero plan to ask their landlords for better terms after the second lockdown forced the chain into a corner.


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