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Who do Suffolk's blue plaques commemorate?

Who do Suffolk's blue plaques commemorate?

Who do Suffolk's blue plaques commemorate?

24 August 2020

They are dotted across the country and point out places of significance - but where are Suffolk’s blue plaques and who, or what, do they commemorate?


Coastguard rescue two people after 'getting into difficulties' in sea

Coastguard rescue two people after 'getting into difficulties' in sea

Coastguard rescue two people after 'getting into difficulties' in sea

22 August 2020

Two people were rescued from the sea on Friday after becoming hypothermic and swallowing water.


Search for two swimmers 'in difficulty' called off

Search for two swimmers 'in difficulty' called off

Search for two swimmers 'in difficulty' called off

18 August 2020

Two swimmers who were reported to have been 'in difficulty' at a Suffolk beach have been found safe and well.


Secondary schools offering A-level places based on centre assessed grades

Secondary schools offering A-level places based on centre assessed grades

Secondary schools offering A-level places based on centre assessed grades

17 August 2020

A number of schools in a partnership are reassuring students awaiting GCSE results by offering them A-level places based on teacher-predicted grades.


Exotic spiders make Suffolk their home thanks to council's rewilding project

Exotic spiders make Suffolk their home thanks to council's rewilding project

Exotic spiders make Suffolk their home thanks to council's rewilding project

17 August 2020

An exotic spider species has been making Suffolk its home this summer thanks to wild grasses being allowed to grow.


Council buys new electric vehicles in step towards carbon neutral goal

Council buys new electric vehicles in step towards carbon neutral goal

Council buys new electric vehicles in step towards carbon neutral goal

17 August 2020

Six electric vehicles have been bought by a council for its fleet as part of measures to reduce its carbon impact.


Take a look at Suffolk's seaside piers before and after their transformations

Take a look at Suffolk's seaside piers before and after their transformations

Take a look at Suffolk's seaside piers before and after their transformations

17 August 2020

Suffolk's seaside piers have changed dramatically since they were built, with major transformations having been carried out in recent years.


Police want to identify this man after boy 'pushed to ground'

Police want to identify this man after boy 'pushed to ground'

Police want to identify this man after boy 'pushed to ground'

14 August 2020

Police are appealing for help to identify a man after a 12-year-old boy was grabbed by the neck and pushed to the ground in a Suffolk town.


Fewer than 20% of mental health patients employed

Fewer than 20% of mental health patients employed

Fewer than 20% of mental health patients employed

14 August 2020

Fewer than 20 per cent of adults in contact with mental health services in two Suffolk districts in March were known to be in work, figures reveal.


Yellow weather warnings for thunderstorms continue

Yellow weather warnings for thunderstorms continue

Yellow weather warnings for thunderstorms continue

14 August 2020

More thunderstorms are expected over the next few days, after the Met Office issued updated yellow weather warnings covering Suffolk.


Strictly star set to return with new stage show in 2021

Strictly star set to return with new stage show in 2021

Strictly star set to return with new stage show in 2021

14 August 2020

Strictly Come Dancing star Giovanni Pernice is set to return to the stage in 2021, after his latest tour was cut short due to the Covid-19 pandemic.


Why the soldiers of Suffolk will be commemorated, not celebrated, this weekend

Why the soldiers of Suffolk will be commemorated, not celebrated, this weekend

Why the soldiers of Suffolk will be commemorated, not celebrated, this weekend

14 August 2020

The Suffolk soldiers who fought in the Far East during World War II will be remembered on Saturday.


A-levels 2020: Wait nearly over for students

A-levels 2020: Wait nearly over for students

A-levels 2020: Wait nearly over for students

13 August 2020

Thousands of students across Suffolk will be waiting to learn their fate this morning as this year's A-level results are released.


Preparations in place to ensure safe school travel amid pandemic

Preparations in place to ensure safe school travel amid pandemic

Preparations in place to ensure safe school travel amid pandemic

12 August 2020

A council has announced it is making preparations to ensure that pupils can be transported safely to school during the coronavirus pandemic.


How Britain's biggest road project opened 8 months early....and barely anyone noticed

How Britain's biggest road project opened 8 months early....and barely anyone noticed

How Britain's biggest road project opened 8 months early....and barely anyone noticed

12 August 2020

It was Britain's biggest road project and cost £1.5billion, but many motorists hardly noticed its completion.


New social media code of conduct proposed for councillors after racism allegations

New social media code of conduct proposed for councillors after racism allegations

New social media code of conduct proposed for councillors after racism allegations

12 August 2020

Councillors could be told what is and isn’t appropriate social media use in a new code of conduct.


The full list of cycle routes that Suffolk County County is looking to build or improve

The full list of cycle routes that Suffolk County County is looking to build or improve

The full list of cycle routes that Suffolk County County is looking to build or improve

12 August 2020

A number of cycling routes are set to be improved across Suffolk in a bid to decrease pollution and boost fitness.


Everything you need to know about GCSE and A-level results this year

Everything you need to know about GCSE and A-level results this year

Everything you need to know about GCSE and A-level results this year

11 August 2020

With school pupils unable to take exams this year as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, results have had to be calculated differently.


Difficult driving conditions expected as thunderstorms forecast

Difficult driving conditions expected as thunderstorms forecast

Difficult driving conditions expected as thunderstorms forecast

11 August 2020

Torrential rain is expected despite the temperatures staying above 30c.


Weather warning for thunderstorms and disruption

Weather warning for thunderstorms and disruption

Weather warning for thunderstorms and disruption

10 August 2020

The Met Office has said the weather is on the turn following the weekend's heatwave.


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