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‘Unjustified’ or ‘perfect kind of tax’: Clash over proposed new parking charges

‘Unjustified’ or ‘perfect kind of tax’: Clash over proposed new parking charges

‘Unjustified’ or ‘perfect kind of tax’: Clash over proposed new parking charges

22 February 2024

The lead petitioner against new parking charges has branded the idea ‘an unjustified extra tax’ – but council leaders insist tough choices are needed.


Village store and post office burgled in early hours

Village store and post office burgled in early hours

Village store and post office burgled in early hours

19 February 2024

A post office and shop in a village was burgled in the early hours.


Financial advisory firm celebrates winning prestigious award

Financial advisory firm celebrates winning prestigious award

Financial advisory firm celebrates winning prestigious award

19 February 2024

Financial advisory firm heading for a record year ‘thrilled’ to win industry award.


This is when leisure centre firm’s gyms are set to close for major upgrades

This is when leisure centre firm’s gyms are set to close for major upgrades

This is when leisure centre firm’s gyms are set to close for major upgrades

15 February 2024

Gyms at a firm’s leisure centres are set to close later this month for the installation of new equipment.


‘Dangerous and selfish’: Man jailed for over two years after crash leaves motorcyclist paralysed

‘Dangerous and selfish’: Man jailed for over two years after crash leaves motorcyclist paralysed

‘Dangerous and selfish’: Man jailed for over two years after crash leaves motorcyclist paralysed

13 February 2024

A ‘selfish and dangerous’ driver who caused a crash which left a motorcyclist paralysed and wheelchair-bound for life has been jailed.


Suffolk MP among 18 British citizens sanctioned by Russian government

Suffolk MP among 18 British citizens sanctioned by Russian government

Suffolk MP among 18 British citizens sanctioned by Russian government

13 February 2024

A Suffolk Member of Parliament has been sanctioned by the Russian government, in the latest set of retaliatory measures against British officials.


Residents feel ‘abandoned’ as prolonged road closure continues

Residents feel ‘abandoned’ as prolonged road closure continues

Residents feel ‘abandoned’ as prolonged road closure continues

10 February 2024

The disruption of a prolonged road closure, due to a storm-related collapse, has left villagers feeling abandoned by their county council.


Estate agent selling former bank says ‘tales of woe’ about ‘loads of empty shops’ are unfounded

Estate agent selling former bank says ‘tales of woe’ about ‘loads of empty shops’ are unfounded

Estate agent selling former bank says ‘tales of woe’ about ‘loads of empty shops’ are unfounded

09 February 2024

An estate agent selling a former Barclays bank said there was initially strong interest in the building when it was put on the market.


Petition against proposed introduction of new parking charges moves beyond 10,000 signatures

Petition against proposed introduction of new parking charges moves beyond 10,000 signatures

Petition against proposed introduction of new parking charges moves beyond 10,000 signatures

08 February 2024

More than 10,000 people have signed a petition against potential new parking charges, which its organiser says shows the strength of feeling locally.


Revealed: The amount of debt your district council is in

Revealed: The amount of debt your district council is in

Revealed: The amount of debt your district council is in

02 February 2024

New research has revealed the amount of money councils across Suffolk owe, with one district council amassing a debt of more than £200m.

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Police catch driver going 20mph over the limit at speeding hotspot

Police catch driver going 20mph over the limit at speeding hotspot

Police catch driver going 20mph over the limit at speeding hotspot

30 January 2024

Suffolk Police caught a driver exceeding the limit at a speeding hotspot following a resident’s concerns.


Sports pavilion, toilet block revamp and play area improvements among Suffolk projects to receive £230,000 funding

Sports pavilion, toilet block revamp and play area improvements among Suffolk projects to receive £230,000 funding

Sports pavilion, toilet block revamp and play area improvements among Suffolk projects to receive £230,000 funding

26 January 2024

Towns and villages in Suffolk will be granted a £230,000 boost to help fund six projects across the county to improve community facilities.


Teenagers injured after school bus crash yesterday

Teenagers injured after school bus crash yesterday

Teenagers injured after school bus crash yesterday

24 January 2024

Teenagers were injured when their school bus was involved in a collision yesterday..


Three people hospitalised after multiple ambulances and air ambulance attend bus crash yesterday

Three people hospitalised after multiple ambulances and air ambulance attend bus crash yesterday

Three people hospitalised after multiple ambulances and air ambulance attend bus crash yesterday

24 January 2024

Multiple ambulances and an air ambulance were called to a serious crash near a Suffolk town yesterday, from which three people hospitalised.


‘I was in the right place at the right time’: Woman’s stroke discovered during hospital appointment

‘I was in the right place at the right time’: Woman’s stroke discovered during hospital appointment

‘I was in the right place at the right time’: Woman’s stroke discovered during hospital appointment

22 January 2024

A 59-year-old has expressed gratitude after she suffered a medical emergency during a routine appointment.


Here are the 10 least used train stations in Suffolk

Here are the 10 least used train stations in Suffolk

Here are the 10 least used train stations in Suffolk

16 January 2024

New figures released by the Office of Rail and Road (ORR) have revealed Suffolk’s 10 least used train stations.


Emergency services attend two-car crash in town

Emergency services attend two-car crash in town

Emergency services attend two-car crash in town

15 January 2024

Emergency services are at the scene of a two-car crash in a town.


Punters become detectives at historic pub’s first ever murder mystery party

Punters become detectives at historic pub’s first ever murder mystery party

Punters become detectives at historic pub’s first ever murder mystery party

15 January 2024

One of the oldest pubs in the country is hosting a murder mystery event where customers will need to solve the case.


Cake maker moves to online-only model after closing high street outlet

Cake maker moves to online-only model after closing high street outlet

Cake maker moves to online-only model after closing high street outlet

07 January 2024

A cake maker is confident of a bright future, after moving to a digital-only model – but has asked for patience during the transition this month.


Weather warning in Suffolk expanded with 10 flood alerts in place due to Storm Henk

Weather warning in Suffolk expanded with 10 flood alerts in place due to Storm Henk

Weather warning in Suffolk expanded with 10 flood alerts in place due to Storm Henk

04 January 2024

A yellow weather warning for heavy rain is in place for the entire of Suffolk and flooding is expected as river levels rise.


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