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Trio raise £1,556 for cancer specialist trust

Trio raise £1,556 for cancer specialist trust

Trio raise £1,556 for cancer specialist trust

27 September 2021

They worked hard to smash their target for the charity that specialise in the treatment of cancer.


Major road closed after lorry smashes into building

Major road closed after lorry smashes into building

Major road closed after lorry smashes into building

27 September 2021

A major Suffolk road is closed after a lorry crashed into a building - with divers set to face lengthy diversions for hours.


Plan to offer GP services at Mildenhall Hub shelved

Plan to offer GP services at Mildenhall Hub shelved

Plan to offer GP services at Mildenhall Hub shelved

20 September 2021

Decision taken after patient engagement exercise.


Pumpkin spice and all things nice as patches prepare to open this Hallowe'en

Pumpkin spice and all things nice as patches prepare to open this Hallowe'en

Pumpkin spice and all things nice as patches prepare to open this Hallowe'en

20 September 2021

New and long-established pumpkin patches will welcome visitors from October 2.


Delays on key route after crash leaves road blocked

Delays on key route after crash leaves road blocked

Delays on key route after crash leaves road blocked

19 September 2021

Traffic is moving slowly on a key Suffolk road following reports of a crash.


£39million hub officially opens after plaque unveiling

£39million hub officially opens after plaque unveiling

£39million hub officially opens after plaque unveiling

17 September 2021

The town's hub was given its official opening today by members of the community that use the facility.


Hub set to be given its official opening today

Hub set to be given its official opening today

Hub set to be given its official opening today

17 September 2021

A £39 million facility aiming to bring together education, health, leisure, community and public services will be officially opened today.


'Businesses will suffer': Councillor calls for flooding issues in town to be fixed

'Businesses will suffer': Councillor calls for flooding issues in town to be fixed

'Businesses will suffer': Councillor calls for flooding issues in town to be fixed

16 September 2021

Businesses in a Suffolk town will suffer if issues of repeated flooding are not solved, according to a district councillor.


A11 closed both ways after loose pigs find way onto carriageway

A11 closed both ways after loose pigs find way onto carriageway

A11 closed both ways after loose pigs find way onto carriageway

14 September 2021

Police have said a major road has closed both ways after loose animals descended onto the carriageway.


Police called to three-vehicle crash after car seen travelling wrong way on A11

Police called to three-vehicle crash after car seen travelling wrong way on A11

Police called to three-vehicle crash after car seen travelling wrong way on A11

14 September 2021

A car was seen travelling the wrong way on the A11 at the weekend, shortly before a three-vehicle crash on the road.


Yellow rain warning issued as Suffolk set to be drenched

Yellow rain warning issued as Suffolk set to be drenched

Yellow rain warning issued as Suffolk set to be drenched

14 September 2021

The MetOffice has warned parts of Suffolk could face flooding as rain is set to continue to drench the county today.


Over 2,300 cases of coronavirus in Suffolk

Over 2,300 cases of coronavirus in Suffolk

Over 2,300 cases of coronavirus in Suffolk

12 September 2021

There are over 2,300 positive cases of coronavirus in Suffolk, data reveals.


Fire crews called to 'small chemical spill' at community hub

Fire crews called to 'small chemical spill' at community hub

Fire crews called to 'small chemical spill' at community hub

12 September 2021

Eight fire crews were called to a 'small chemical spill' at a community hub in a Suffolk town.


Council opens taxi policy survey on wheelchair accessible vehicles clause

Council opens taxi policy survey on wheelchair accessible vehicles clause

Council opens taxi policy survey on wheelchair accessible vehicles clause

11 September 2021

Independent surveys of taxi drivers, wheelchair users, other disabled people and people who have mobility issues, have begun in West Suffolk.


Brothers taking on Great North Run after one receives Alzheimer's diagnosis

Brothers taking on Great North Run after one receives Alzheimer's diagnosis

Brothers taking on Great North Run after one receives Alzheimer's diagnosis

09 September 2021

Two brothers are taking on the Great North Run to raise money for Alzheimer’s Research UK, the same disease which one of them has been diagnosed with.


Landmark Suffolk Victorian signal box demolished at short notice

Landmark Suffolk Victorian signal box demolished at short notice

Landmark Suffolk Victorian signal box demolished at short notice

08 September 2021

The signal box was a landmark in Suffolk but is no more following demolition work.


Josh Sahota inquest concludes with coroner calling for more communication about restricted items at mental health units

Josh Sahota inquest concludes with coroner calling for more communication about restricted items at mental health units

Josh Sahota inquest concludes with coroner calling for more communication about restricted items at mental health units

07 September 2021

A jury has decided the death of 25 year-old man who was found dead in a mental health unit was due to asphyxia and psychosis.


Teenage boy robbed of bicycle while riding along path in Suffolk town

Teenage boy robbed of bicycle while riding along path in Suffolk town

Teenage boy robbed of bicycle while riding along path in Suffolk town

05 September 2021

The 16-year-old boy was threatened by an older male holding half a brick, who then stole his bike, on Saturday evening.


Over a quarter of residents in Suffolk between 18 to 44 yet to receive first coronavirus jab, figures reveal

Over a quarter of residents in Suffolk between 18 to 44 yet to receive first coronavirus jab, figures reveal

Over a quarter of residents in Suffolk between 18 to 44 yet to receive first coronavirus jab, figures reveal

05 September 2021

Suffolk residents are being urged to get vaccinated against Covid-19 after data showed over a quarter between 18 to 44 are yet to receive a first jab.


Non-urgent blood tests reduced due to national shortage

Non-urgent blood tests reduced due to national shortage

Non-urgent blood tests reduced due to national shortage

03 September 2021

Non-urgent blood tests have had to be reduced at a Suffolk NHS trust due to a national shortage of blood bottles.


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