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The search goes on for a home for volunteer centre

The search goes on for a home for volunteer centre

The search goes on for a home for volunteer centre

07 October 2020

A relaunched volunteer centre could have its own space for meetings should a temporary move into a Suffolk town's arts centre go ahead.


Tap Room closes its doors until further notice

Tap Room closes its doors until further notice

Tap Room closes its doors until further notice

07 October 2020

Star Wing Brewery has closed its Tap Room until further notice, as the pandemic throws the future of the hospitality sector into uncertainty.


Dog owner reunited with beloved pet missing for days

Dog owner reunited with beloved pet missing for days

Dog owner reunited with beloved pet missing for days

05 October 2020

A dog owner has been reunited with his beloved pet who went missing on a town estate last week.


Are you a winner?

Are you a winner?

Are you a winner?

05 October 2020

Latest winning numbers for the St Nicholas Hospice Care lottery


Andy wins Pride of Britain Fundraiser of the Year title

Andy wins Pride of Britain Fundraiser of the Year title

Andy wins Pride of Britain Fundraiser of the Year title

02 October 2020

A Suffolk man has won the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Fundraiser of the Year Award for the Anglia region.


'You can't help get a bit tearful' - owner of missing dog 'overwhelmed' by community response

'You can't help get a bit tearful' - owner of missing dog 'overwhelmed' by community response

'You can't help get a bit tearful' - owner of missing dog 'overwhelmed' by community response

02 October 2020

The owner of a dog missing on a town estate has been 'overwhelmed' by the support from the community and their offers of help to find his beloved pet.


Midwife who delivered hundreds of babies retires after 31‘privileged’ years

Midwife who delivered hundreds of babies retires after 31‘privileged’ years

Midwife who delivered hundreds of babies retires after 31‘privileged’ years

02 October 2020

A midwife who has delivered hundreds of babies has retired after more than three ‘privileged’ decades of being part of families’ 'special' moments.


Altruistic individuals shortlisted to win Anglia fundraiser of the year award and progress to a national final

Altruistic individuals shortlisted to win Anglia fundraiser of the year award and progress to a national final

Altruistic individuals shortlisted to win Anglia fundraiser of the year award and progress to a national final

01 October 2020

Two men from Suffolk will find out tomorrow if they have made it through to the national final of the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards.


Are you a winner?

Are you a winner?

Are you a winner?

01 October 2020

Results for the latest St Nicholas Hospice Care lottery draw


Arts centre reopens its doors after six months

Arts centre reopens its doors after six months

Arts centre reopens its doors after six months

01 October 2020

After shutting its doors during lockdown, dozens of visitors flocked to a Suffolk arts centre this week as it celebrated its grand reopening.


Legal challenge launched against a "truly shocking" planning decision

Legal challenge launched against a "truly shocking" planning decision

Legal challenge launched against a "truly shocking" planning decision

29 September 2020

A community group has challenged a council's decision to grant planning approval for a village housing scheme.


Hospital records 'worrying' drop in women attending breast cancer screenings

Hospital records 'worrying' drop in women attending breast cancer screenings

Hospital records 'worrying' drop in women attending breast cancer screenings

28 September 2020

West Suffolk Hospital has recorded a 'worrying' 50 per cent drop in women attending breast cancer checks.


'I thought I rang my friend Jean' - listen to great-grandmother on national radio after she accidentally phones presenter

'I thought I rang my friend Jean' - listen to great-grandmother on national radio after she accidentally phones presenter

'I thought I rang my friend Jean' - listen to great-grandmother on national radio after she accidentally phones presenter

28 September 2020

A great-grandmother, 83, ended up on a national radio show after accidentally calling the presenter when she thought she had phoned her friend.


Suffolk speedway rider talks about his battle to recover from a brain injury

Suffolk speedway rider talks about his battle to recover from a brain injury

Suffolk speedway rider talks about his battle to recover from a brain injury

27 September 2020

Amidst all the uproar surrounding the exam results in August, it was easy to miss a particularly heart-warming story.


Champion of social scene dies aged 61

Champion of social scene dies aged 61

Champion of social scene dies aged 61

24 September 2020

Tributes are being paid to a legend of a village’s social scene who’s ‘infectious’ laugh was as famous as his love for football and snooker.


Ellesse was a ‘caring’ and ‘funny’ girl

Ellesse was a ‘caring’ and ‘funny’ girl

Ellesse was a ‘caring’ and ‘funny’ girl

24 September 2020

The family and best friend of 16-year-old Ellesse Potter have paid tribute to a ‘bubbly’, ‘comical’ and ‘beautiful’ girl.


Rosemary, 76, to set off on 90-mile trek in support of church hit by lead theft

Rosemary, 76, to set off on 90-mile trek in support of church hit by lead theft

Rosemary, 76, to set off on 90-mile trek in support of church hit by lead theft

22 September 2020

A 76-year-old woman is set to trek 90 miles of East Anglia to connect with a family story and support a church targeted by lead thieves.


Are you a winner?

Are you a winner?

Are you a winner?

21 September 2020

Latest winning numbers for St Nicholas Hospice Care lottery.


Framlingham Castle identified as 'anti-social behaviour hotspot'

Framlingham Castle identified as 'anti-social behaviour hotspot'

Framlingham Castle identified as 'anti-social behaviour hotspot'

20 September 2020

Police said there has also been a noted rise in the use of Class B drugs around the historic landmark


Memorial garden opened in tribute to teaching assistant

Memorial garden opened in tribute to teaching assistant

Memorial garden opened in tribute to teaching assistant

18 September 2020

A lasting tribute has been created at a school in honour of a ‘much-loved’ member of its staff who died just a few months after becoming a mum.


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