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Tim Passmore re-elected as Suffolk PCC

Tim Passmore re-elected as Suffolk PCC

Tim Passmore re-elected as Suffolk PCC

08 May 2021

Tim Passmore will continue as the Suffolk Police and Crime Commissioner after securing the 2021 local election with his biggest victory.


Suffolk County Council elections 2021 - the final results

Suffolk County Council elections 2021 - the final results

Suffolk County Council elections 2021 - the final results

08 May 2021

The Conservatives have kept an overall majority at the Suffolk County Council elections – but the Green party has surged to triple its numbers


Woman who caused father-of-two's death spared jail

Woman who caused father-of-two's death spared jail

Woman who caused father-of-two's death spared jail

04 May 2021

A 34-year-old woman whose careless driving led to the death of a Suffolk father-of-two has been spared jail.


Sound City Ipswich 2021 returns

Sound City Ipswich 2021 returns

Sound City Ipswich 2021 returns

02 April 2021

Returning music festival Sound City Ipswich will go-ahead in 2021, organisers have confirmed.


Burglars break into home and steal wrist watch

Burglars break into home and steal wrist watch

Burglars break into home and steal wrist watch

30 March 2021

Burglars smashed their way into a home in Suffolk last week and stole a watch, prompting police to appeal for witnesses.


Man airlifted to hospital with life-changing injuries after serious crash

Man airlifted to hospital with life-changing injuries after serious crash

Man airlifted to hospital with life-changing injuries after serious crash

09 March 2021

A man has been airlifted to hospital with life-changing injuries following a serious crash.


Suffolk celebrates World Book Day

Suffolk celebrates World Book Day

Suffolk celebrates World Book Day

04 March 2021

Today is World Book Day, and that means only one thing - a chance to dress up as your favourite character.


Swan attack prompts search for killer dog and its owners

Swan attack prompts search for killer dog and its owners

Swan attack prompts search for killer dog and its owners

01 March 2021

Police are on the hunt for a killer dog which attacked a swan in a Suffolk river.


These are all of the Suffolk parkruns that will return in June

These are all of the Suffolk parkruns that will return in June

These are all of the Suffolk parkruns that will return in June

01 March 2021

Organisers of parkrun have confirmed when the popular 5km events will return.


Schoolgirl raises £1,000 for animal charity with litter pick challenge

Schoolgirl raises £1,000 for animal charity with litter pick challenge

Schoolgirl raises £1,000 for animal charity with litter pick challenge

25 February 2021

A young girl has been tidying up her local area during a fundraising challenge for the RSPCA.


Teenager denies schoolboy's attempted murder

Teenager denies schoolboy's attempted murder

Teenager denies schoolboy's attempted murder

22 February 2021

A teenager is set to face a two-week trial in May after denying the attempted murder of a schoolboy.


Teenager due in court over schoolboy shooting

Teenager due in court over schoolboy shooting

Teenager due in court over schoolboy shooting

22 February 2021

A teenager is set to appear before a crown court judge today charged with the attempted murder of a schoolboy.


Man arrested on suspicion of drug-driving and money laundering

Man arrested on suspicion of drug-driving and money laundering

Man arrested on suspicion of drug-driving and money laundering

11 February 2021

A man has been arrested in connection with money laundering and drug-driving offences.


Warning to dog owners over 'toxic' shellfish which can paralyse pets

Warning to dog owners over 'toxic' shellfish which can paralyse pets

Warning to dog owners over 'toxic' shellfish which can paralyse pets

11 February 2021

Dog owners in Suffolk have been warned against 'toxic' shellfish on beaches which can cause serious harm to pets if eaten.


Drivers who use mobile phones at the wheel targeted during week-long campaign

Drivers who use mobile phones at the wheel targeted during week-long campaign

Drivers who use mobile phones at the wheel targeted during week-long campaign

10 February 2021

Police in Suffolk are cracking down on drivers who use mobile phones this week with extra patrols on the roads, coinciding with a national campaign.


Suffolk set for one of the coldest nights on record as big freeze continues

Suffolk set for one of the coldest nights on record as big freeze continues

Suffolk set for one of the coldest nights on record as big freeze continues

10 February 2021

Temperatures in the county are set to fall as low as -5C as snow and ice continue this week, with Suffolk under a Met Office yellow warning.


'Make asymptomatic tests part of your routine' urges public health boss

'Make asymptomatic tests part of your routine' urges public health boss

'Make asymptomatic tests part of your routine' urges public health boss

09 February 2021

Suffolk's public health director has urged people to make taking lateral flow tests part of their routine as the county opens its fifth centre.


Virtual reality headsets featuring Suffolk scenes to help people with dementia recall positive memories

Virtual reality headsets featuring Suffolk scenes to help people with dementia recall positive memories

Virtual reality headsets featuring Suffolk scenes to help people with dementia recall positive memories

08 February 2021

A series of films are to be produced for virtual reality headsets that people with dementia can watch to recall positive and familiar memories.


The places that were warmer than Suffolk that shouldn't be

The places that were warmer than Suffolk that shouldn't be

The places that were warmer than Suffolk that shouldn't be

08 February 2021

Temperatures in Suffolk plunged to below zero as Storm Darcy continues to bite, making the county colder than cities famed for their winters.


Am I liable if I clear a path, driveway or public space of snow and someone has a fall?

Am I liable if I clear a path, driveway or public space of snow and someone has a fall?

Am I liable if I clear a path, driveway or public space of snow and someone has a fall?

08 February 2021

The Government has offered advice on what you can and cannot do when clearing a path or driveway of snow and ice.


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