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How you can sing your heart out with the choir where everyone’s a rock star

How you can sing your heart out with the choir where everyone’s a rock star

How you can sing your heart out with the choir where everyone’s a rock star

27 February 2024

More than 30,000 people nationwide sing in a Rock Choir and hundreds of them are in Suffolk.


‘There was so much pain and so many tears’: Demonstrators mark two years since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

‘There was so much pain and so many tears’: Demonstrators mark two years since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

‘There was so much pain and so many tears’: Demonstrators mark two years since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

26 February 2024

Demonstrators gathered in a town centre to mark the second anniversary of the start of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.


‘It’s unacceptable’: Petition denouncing state of Suffolk roads reaches nearly 1,000 signatures

‘It’s unacceptable’: Petition denouncing state of Suffolk roads reaches nearly 1,000 signatures

‘It’s unacceptable’: Petition denouncing state of Suffolk roads reaches nearly 1,000 signatures

26 February 2024

A petition denouncing the state of Suffolk roads has reached nearly 1,000 signatures.


Can you give town’s forgotten statues in abandoned shopping centre a new home?

Can you give town’s forgotten statues in abandoned shopping centre a new home?

Can you give town’s forgotten statues in abandoned shopping centre a new home?

26 February 2024

Two forgotten statues are in need of rescuing from an abandoned shopping centre which could be demolished and redeveloped.

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Here are some of Suffolk’s roadworks, closures and diversions for drivers in the coming weeks

Here are some of Suffolk’s roadworks, closures and diversions for drivers in the coming weeks

Here are some of Suffolk’s roadworks, closures and diversions for drivers in the coming weeks

25 February 2024

Here are some of the works going on in the next couple of weeks which could cause some delays to drivers.


‘I couldn’t move or speak’: Determined Carrie will run the marathon two years after stroke

‘I couldn’t move or speak’: Determined Carrie will run the marathon two years after stroke

‘I couldn’t move or speak’: Determined Carrie will run the marathon two years after stroke

24 February 2024

A stroke survivor is set to take on the London Marathon, two years after her husband was told to say his last goodbyes.


‘They’ve worked so hard’: Teens take on six-hour karate challenge for black belts

‘They’ve worked so hard’: Teens take on six-hour karate challenge for black belts

‘They’ve worked so hard’: Teens take on six-hour karate challenge for black belts

23 February 2024

Four teenagers have gained their black belts in karate after an intense six-hour grading.


Residents urged to only use trader approved businesses after individuals targeted by scammers

Residents urged to only use trader approved businesses after individuals targeted by scammers

Residents urged to only use trader approved businesses after individuals targeted by scammers

23 February 2024

Residents have been urged to protect themselves from rogue traders by only using businesses approved by the Trusted Trader scheme.


RAF veteran who took part in ‘top-secret’ hydrogen bomb tests honoured

RAF veteran who took part in ‘top-secret’ hydrogen bomb tests honoured

RAF veteran who took part in ‘top-secret’ hydrogen bomb tests honoured

23 February 2024

An RAF veteran who died two years ago has been recognised for his service to testing nuclear weapons in the late 1950s.

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Suffolk-born artist to exhibit at leading international contemporary art fair in March

Suffolk-born artist to exhibit at leading international contemporary art fair in March

Suffolk-born artist to exhibit at leading international contemporary art fair in March

22 February 2024

A Suffolk-born artist will be exhibiting her work at a leading international contemporary art fair in March.


‘This is really needed’: Plans for town’s first pride festival are under way

‘This is really needed’: Plans for town’s first pride festival are under way

‘This is really needed’: Plans for town’s first pride festival are under way

22 February 2024

Plans for a town’s first pride festival are under way – thanks to one woman’s mission to diversify the community.


Dangerous snakes and wild cats privately owned in Suffolk, figures show

Dangerous snakes and wild cats privately owned in Suffolk, figures show

Dangerous snakes and wild cats privately owned in Suffolk, figures show

22 February 2024

There are more than 2,700 privately owned animals from wild breeds considered dangerous across Great Britain, new figures show.


Father’s bid to bring Knife Angel to town in memory of murdered son moves a step closer

Father’s bid to bring Knife Angel to town in memory of murdered son moves a step closer

Father’s bid to bring Knife Angel to town in memory of murdered son moves a step closer

22 February 2024

A town council has voted in favour of helping to bring a sculpture against knife crime to Suffolk in the wake of a teenager’s murder last year.


Meet the Christian bikers bringing the Gospel to the road

Meet the Christian bikers bringing the Gospel to the road

Meet the Christian bikers bringing the Gospel to the road

22 February 2024

Religion and motorcycles might seem like an odd mix of passions – but for these Christians, riding motorbikes is another way to deliver their message.


Driving test centre temporarily relocating next month

Driving test centre temporarily relocating next month

Driving test centre temporarily relocating next month

21 February 2024

A Suffolk driving test centre is moving to a new location while refurbishment is carried out.


How fallen 100-year-old tree could help save ancient carvings

How fallen 100-year-old tree could help save ancient carvings

How fallen 100-year-old tree could help save ancient carvings

21 February 2024

Villagers hope a Cedar of Lebanon tree which came down earlier this month having stood for more than a century can have a new lease of life.


Suffolk mum-of-three ‘held hostage’ over teeth straightening payments

Suffolk mum-of-three ‘held hostage’ over teeth straightening payments

Suffolk mum-of-three ‘held hostage’ over teeth straightening payments

21 February 2024

A mum says she is being held ‘hostage’ over teeth straightening payments after an online dentistry firm went bust.


‘Fantastic contestant’: Suffolk man appears on ITV’s The Chase

‘Fantastic contestant’: Suffolk man appears on ITV’s The Chase

‘Fantastic contestant’: Suffolk man appears on ITV’s The Chase

21 February 2024

A Suffolk man put his trivia knowledge to the test when he tried to win big on a popular TV game show.


Stroke survivors brush up their art skills as popular exhibition returns

Stroke survivors brush up their art skills as popular exhibition returns

Stroke survivors brush up their art skills as popular exhibition returns

21 February 2024

Suffolk charity’s art group members tell how painting and drawing has helped their recovery.


Calls for tougher enforcement on village quarry as parish council opposes extension

Calls for tougher enforcement on village quarry as parish council opposes extension

Calls for tougher enforcement on village quarry as parish council opposes extension

20 February 2024

A parish council has called for tougher enforcement on a village quarry as it prepares to submit an objection to its extension.


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