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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.


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.


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.


‘It was a foregone decision’: Campaigners react to final decision on archive closures

‘It was a foregone decision’: Campaigners react to final decision on archive closures

‘It was a foregone decision’: Campaigners react to final decision on archive closures

16 February 2024

Campaigners have reacted to Suffolk County Council’s final decision on the closure of archives branches.


‘Money literally down the drain’: Cost of repeatedly fixing flood-prone road revealed

‘Money literally down the drain’: Cost of repeatedly fixing flood-prone road revealed

‘Money literally down the drain’: Cost of repeatedly fixing flood-prone road revealed

16 February 2024

Repeated works to solve flooding along a major road have been branded ‘an expensive sticking plaster’ after a SuffolkNews investigation.


Suffolk residents to pay £74 more in Council Tax following county’s budget green light

Suffolk residents to pay £74 more in Council Tax following county’s budget green light

Suffolk residents to pay £74 more in Council Tax following county’s budget green light

15 February 2024

Suffolk residents are to pay £74 more in Council Tax after the county council’s budget was given the green light.


‘It’s about local identity and respect’: Two districts set to lose archives branches despite campaigner efforts

‘It’s about local identity and respect’: Two districts set to lose archives branches despite campaigner efforts

‘It’s about local identity and respect’: Two districts set to lose archives branches despite campaigner efforts

15 February 2024

West and East Suffolk districts are set to lose their local archives branches despite campaigners' efforts.


See some of postcard club’s fascinating collection as it helps keep history in the picture

See some of postcard club’s fascinating collection as it helps keep history in the picture

See some of postcard club’s fascinating collection as it helps keep history in the picture

13 February 2024

Collectors tell why their passion for postcards is more than just an addictive hobby.


‘Enough is enough’: Residents rally to save last bank in town from closure

‘Enough is enough’: Residents rally to save last bank in town from closure

‘Enough is enough’: Residents rally to save last bank in town from closure

10 February 2024

More than 100 residents rallied outside the last bank in a Suffolk town to protest its closure after a petition gained nearly 700 hundred signatures.


‘We can see the finishing line’: Highways bosses on progress of A14 roadworks ahead of anniversary

‘We can see the finishing line’: Highways bosses on progress of A14 roadworks ahead of anniversary

‘We can see the finishing line’: Highways bosses on progress of A14 roadworks ahead of anniversary

09 February 2024

A major project to resurface a stretch of the A14 is nearing completion as it approaches the one year mark since construction began.


‘I’m driven by fear’: Mum’s call for ban on mobile phones for under-16s sparks national movement

‘I’m driven by fear’: Mum’s call for ban on mobile phones for under-16s sparks national movement

‘I’m driven by fear’: Mum’s call for ban on mobile phones for under-16s sparks national movement

09 February 2024

A mum’s call for a ban on mobile phones for primary school children has sparked a national movement.


Secluded spot helps youth project flourish and grow in the great outdoors

Secluded spot helps youth project flourish and grow in the great outdoors

Secluded spot helps youth project flourish and grow in the great outdoors

06 February 2024

The Yard social action venture at St Edmundsbury Cathedral took root from a lockdown meeting place.


‘I’m now looking forward to my life improving’: Suffolk man among first to be fitted with revolutionary defibrillator

‘I’m now looking forward to my life improving’: Suffolk man among first to be fitted with revolutionary defibrillator

‘I’m now looking forward to my life improving’: Suffolk man among first to be fitted with revolutionary defibrillator

05 February 2024

A Suffolk man has become has become one of the first people in Europe to receive a revolutionary defibrillator to treat abnormal heart rhythms.


Suffolk’s explosive tragedy remembered more than 150 years later

Suffolk’s explosive tragedy remembered more than 150 years later

Suffolk’s explosive tragedy remembered more than 150 years later

04 February 2024

With 28 lives lost and more than 70 injured, it was one of Suffolk's darkest days.


‘We are very sorry’: Damning Ofsted SEND report addressed by leaders

‘We are very sorry’: Damning Ofsted SEND report addressed by leaders

‘We are very sorry’: Damning Ofsted SEND report addressed by leaders

30 January 2024

Leaders say they are ‘very sorry’ following a damning Ofsted SEND report.


Theatre boss is ‘cautious’ over council’s £500k plans to rescue Suffolk arts

Theatre boss is ‘cautious’ over council’s £500k plans to rescue Suffolk arts

Theatre boss is ‘cautious’ over council’s £500k plans to rescue Suffolk arts

29 January 2024

The boss of a Suffolk theatre has given a mixed verdict on plans to offer a £500,000 lifeline following major council cuts.


Lessons learned after district council scammed out of £52,000 but concerns remain

Lessons learned after district council scammed out of £52,000 but concerns remain

Lessons learned after district council scammed out of £52,000 but concerns remain

26 January 2024

Lessons have been learned after a district council was scammed out of £52,000 — but concerns remain.


Why you might have seen more police officers working in your community

Why you might have seen more police officers working in your community

Why you might have seen more police officers working in your community

26 January 2024

Nearly two months have passed since the police introduced a revamped model to help strengthen community links with the public.


Tourism poised to take off in wake of new TV drama about wartime bomber heroes

Tourism poised to take off in wake of new TV drama about wartime bomber heroes

Tourism poised to take off in wake of new TV drama about wartime bomber heroes

26 January 2024

New Apple TV series Masters of the Air predicted to attract more visitors to region.

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