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Suffolk slaughterhouse under fire after 'abhorrent and horrific' video emerges

Suffolk slaughterhouse under fire after 'abhorrent and horrific' video emerges

Suffolk slaughterhouse under fire after 'abhorrent and horrific' video emerges

14 November 2020

Gressingham Foods has been thrown under the national spotlight after undercover video footage has shown the practices at their Redgrave slaughterhouse


'What are they afraid of?': Black Lives Matter group question council's decision over stall

'What are they afraid of?': Black Lives Matter group question council's decision over stall

'What are they afraid of?': Black Lives Matter group question council's decision over stall

14 November 2020

A group which promotes racial equality campaigning for a market stall has been told it could be accommodated elsewhere in a town centre.

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Funeral of football attack victim Simon Dobbin to be held today

Funeral of football attack victim Simon Dobbin to be held today

Funeral of football attack victim Simon Dobbin to be held today

13 November 2020

The funeral of Simon Dobbin who died five years after an attack by a group of football hooligans will be held this afternoon.


'Averil was unique but her case was not': Dad's plea for change after death of anorexic teenager

'Averil was unique but her case was not': Dad's plea for change after death of anorexic teenager

'Averil was unique but her case was not': Dad's plea for change after death of anorexic teenager

13 November 2020

The father of a talented teenager who died from anorexia has called for changes to be made to eating disorder services across the country.


Group takes on endurance challenges in memory of much-loved Carol

Group takes on endurance challenges in memory of much-loved Carol

Group takes on endurance challenges in memory of much-loved Carol

13 November 2020

A series of endurance activities is being undertaken to raise money for two charities in memory of a ‘selfless’ and ‘well-loved’ Suffolk mum-of-two.

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Vandals trash bench paid for by elderly community group

Vandals trash bench paid for by elderly community group

Vandals trash bench paid for by elderly community group

12 November 2020

Volunteers at a community centre have spoken of their heartbreak after a bench paid for by a social group for retirees was destroyed by vandals.


Tributes to 'inspirational' charity founder who 'devoted her whole life to helping those in need'

Tributes to 'inspirational' charity founder who 'devoted her whole life to helping those in need'

Tributes to 'inspirational' charity founder who 'devoted her whole life to helping those in need'

11 November 2020

Tributes have been paid to the 'inspirational' founder of a charity whose whole life 'was devoted to helping those in need'.


Dancer overcomes injury to be crowned winner at national finals

Dancer overcomes injury to be crowned winner at national finals

Dancer overcomes injury to be crowned winner at national finals

11 November 2020

A dancer from Suffolk has been crowned a national champion despite having to contend with a broken wrist.


Are you a winner?

Are you a winner?

Are you a winner?

10 November 2020

Latest results for St Nicholas Hospice Care's lottery


Historian and former museum curator scoops major award after 15 year project

Historian and former museum curator scoops major award after 15 year project

Historian and former museum curator scoops major award after 15 year project

10 November 2020

An historian has won one of the most respected prizes in his field.


Suffolk tree scheme sees wardens set up nurseries in their garden

Suffolk tree scheme sees wardens set up nurseries in their garden

Suffolk tree scheme sees wardens set up nurseries in their garden

10 November 2020

A number of tree nurseries have been set up in an effort to encourage the maintenance and good health of trees in Suffolk.


Free bike and scooter coaching is a big hit

Free bike and scooter coaching is a big hit

Free bike and scooter coaching is a big hit

09 November 2020

More than 30 young people took advantage of free bike and scooter coaching sessions at a Suffolk pump track in the recent half-term.


A new start for Billy, thanks to the kindness of strangers

A new start for Billy, thanks to the kindness of strangers

A new start for Billy, thanks to the kindness of strangers

09 November 2020

A homeless teenager, who moved to a new town and lived in a tent for three months, now has a job and a home after being given a helping hand.


‘Reggie Kray’s body was in my living room’ - how pub landlord holds the key to gangster's final chapter

‘Reggie Kray’s body was in my living room’ - how pub landlord holds the key to gangster's final chapter

‘Reggie Kray’s body was in my living room’ - how pub landlord holds the key to gangster's final chapter

08 November 2020

A pub landlord has detailed his 'surreal' role in the final days of one of the country's most notorious gangsters who died at a hotel he managed.


Tom treks from town’s Sea Scouts to heights of Kilimanjaro

Tom treks from town’s Sea Scouts to heights of Kilimanjaro

Tom treks from town’s Sea Scouts to heights of Kilimanjaro

08 November 2020

Tom Lawfield has climbed every mountain in England, Scotland and Wales, plus the highest peaks in South America and Europe.


103-year-old reveals her secret to a long life

103-year-old reveals her secret to a long life

103-year-old reveals her secret to a long life

07 November 2020

A former secretary has revealed her secret to a long life as she turns 103.


Village's phone box art gallery is a 'UK-first'

Village's phone box art gallery is a 'UK-first'

Village's phone box art gallery is a 'UK-first'

07 November 2020

It might not be the Tate Modern, but a village does boast what is thought to be a UK-first in the art world.


'Enjoy a chat with Pat' - cinema manager offers phone service for lonely and isolated customers

'Enjoy a chat with Pat' - cinema manager offers phone service for lonely and isolated customers

'Enjoy a chat with Pat' - cinema manager offers phone service for lonely and isolated customers

06 November 2020

A popular cinema manager is offering a telephone befriending service to help customers struggling with isolation and loneliness during lockdown.


Brave Kirstie tells story of rare cancer diagnosis and 'length of the channel and back' swimming challenge

Brave Kirstie tells story of rare cancer diagnosis and 'length of the channel and back' swimming challenge

Brave Kirstie tells story of rare cancer diagnosis and 'length of the channel and back' swimming challenge

05 November 2020

A Suffolk woman who overcame a rare and aggressive type of breast cancer has vowed to support the hospitals which saved her life.


Woman cycles 875 miles to thank community hub which has supported her dad

Woman cycles 875 miles to thank community hub which has supported her dad

Woman cycles 875 miles to thank community hub which has supported her dad

05 November 2020

A woman with fibromyalgia is cycling 875 miles to raise money for a community hub for people with dementia that has supported her dad.


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