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Suffolk braces itself for more snow until Wednesday

Suffolk braces itself for more snow until Wednesday

Suffolk braces itself for more snow until Wednesday

07 February 2021

Snow could stick around in Suffolk until Wednesday, say experts.


Covid jab programme hit by snow across Suffolk

Covid jab programme hit by snow across Suffolk

Covid jab programme hit by snow across Suffolk

07 February 2021

Covid test centres have had to close in six areas today as heavy snow fell across Suffolk.


Suffolk hit by snow - and there's more on the way

Suffolk hit by snow - and there's more on the way

Suffolk hit by snow - and there's more on the way

07 February 2021

Suffolk awoke to flurries of snow today - with the warning from experts that more bad weather is coming.


Weekend could see Suffolk hit with four days of snow and ice

Weekend could see Suffolk hit with four days of snow and ice

Weekend could see Suffolk hit with four days of snow and ice

03 February 2021

Winter is set to tighten its grip across Suffolk this weekend, with snow and ice set to cause disruption over four days.


'Don't let things slip' says Matt Hancock as country ramps up vaccine drive

'Don't let things slip' says Matt Hancock as country ramps up vaccine drive

'Don't let things slip' says Matt Hancock as country ramps up vaccine drive

01 February 2021

Matt Hancock has said the country has passed a milestone in the fight against Covid-19 - with all eligible care home residents offered a jab.


Great tips for planning your online content, by Kim Morrison

Great tips for planning your online content, by Kim Morrison

Great tips for planning your online content, by Kim Morrison

31 January 2021

Content is one of the best tools you have, says marketing guru Kim Morrison.


Coronavirus rates continue to drop across Suffolk as R rate remains below one

Coronavirus rates continue to drop across Suffolk as R rate remains below one

Coronavirus rates continue to drop across Suffolk as R rate remains below one

30 January 2021

Coronavirus rates have continued to drop across Suffolk as the vital R number remained below one, according latest statistics.


Weather warning issued as temperatures set to tumble

Weather warning issued as temperatures set to tumble

Weather warning issued as temperatures set to tumble

30 January 2021

Forecasters have issued a yellow weather warning for ice as temperatures across Suffolk are set to plummet.


Where was most popular for Eat Out to Help Out?

Where was most popular for Eat Out to Help Out?

Where was most popular for Eat Out to Help Out?

29 January 2021

More than one million meals were snapped up in Suffolk during the government's Eat Out To Help Out scheme last year, it has been revealed.


Seven out of ten over 80s in Suffolk have now had first Covid-19 jab

Seven out of ten over 80s in Suffolk have now had first Covid-19 jab

Seven out of ten over 80s in Suffolk have now had first Covid-19 jab

29 January 2021

This is almost double the 36 per cent recorded last Friday.


'Evil' man, 49, jailed after admitting sexually assaulting man in early 20s

'Evil' man, 49, jailed after admitting sexually assaulting man in early 20s

'Evil' man, 49, jailed after admitting sexually assaulting man in early 20s

27 January 2021

A man has been jailed for more than two years after admitting sexually assaulting another man.


Schools won't reopen until at least March 8

Schools won't reopen until at least March 8

Schools won't reopen until at least March 8

27 January 2021

The Prime Minister has said schools will not reopen until March 8.


COVID-19 text scam alert

COVID-19 text scam alert

COVID-19 text scam alert

27 January 2021

Police are warning the public about fake NHS text messages informing people they’re eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine.


PM 'deeply sorry' as Covid death toll passes 100,000

PM 'deeply sorry' as Covid death toll passes 100,000

PM 'deeply sorry' as Covid death toll passes 100,000

26 January 2021

The Prime Minister says he is "deeply sorry for every life that has been lost" to Covid-19 as the UK recorded more than 100,000 coronavirus deaths.


Digital public notices portal launches

Digital public notices portal launches

Digital public notices portal launches

25 January 2021

The local news media sector has come together to launch an industry digital portal to promote public notices to communities and enhance democracy.


'Inspirational' art installation shines a new light on RSPB Minsmere

'Inspirational' art installation shines a new light on RSPB Minsmere

'Inspirational' art installation shines a new light on RSPB Minsmere

25 January 2021

The ruins of a medieval chapel at RSPB Minsmere have been given a new lease of life.


Schools 'will not reopen until after Easter'

Schools 'will not reopen until after Easter'

Schools 'will not reopen until after Easter'

24 January 2021

Parents are facing the prospect of many more months of home schooling with the Government expected to rule out a return to the classroom in February.


More snow and ice on the way, says Met Office

More snow and ice on the way, says Met Office

More snow and ice on the way, says Met Office

24 January 2021

Get ready for even more snow and ice, forecasters warn


Police calls increase as neighbours cry foul on Covid breaches

Police calls increase as neighbours cry foul on Covid breaches

Police calls increase as neighbours cry foul on Covid breaches

24 January 2021

Police are getting more calls from people losing patience with their neighbours or work colleagues who are persistently flouting Covid rules.


Podcast: School's critical worker bubbles forced to close and the locals who have helped on new Netflix film

Podcast: School's critical worker bubbles forced to close and the locals who have helped on new Netflix film

Podcast: School's critical worker bubbles forced to close and the locals who have helped on new Netflix film

22 January 2021

The latest SuffolkNews Podcast covers the school where two critical worker bubbles have been forced to close, Covid-19 fines and Netflix film The Dig.


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