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New Covid measures for six months, says PM

New Covid measures for six months, says PM

New Covid measures for six months, says PM

22 September 2020

The PM has addressed MPs and told them new Covid rules will stay in place for six months ahead of his announcement to the nation.


Two-year-old girl's death described as 'tragic and devastating accident'

Two-year-old girl's death described as 'tragic and devastating accident'

Two-year-old girl's death described as 'tragic and devastating accident'

22 September 2020

The death of a 'beautiful' two-year-old girl who was discovered face down in a pond has been described as a 'tragic and devastating accident'.


Solar firm asks for views about new farm as consultation opens

Solar firm asks for views about new farm as consultation opens

Solar firm asks for views about new farm as consultation opens

22 September 2020

Residents who could be surrounded by a solar farm have been asked to give their thoughts on the scheme by the company wanting to build it.


Postcode Lottery draw produces town winners

Postcode Lottery draw produces town winners

Postcode Lottery draw produces town winners

22 September 2020

Four people are celebrating today after winning daily prizes.


'Work from home if you can'

'Work from home if you can'

'Work from home if you can'

22 September 2020

New government restrictions are set to see pubs, bars and restaurants close at 10pm daily while people are urged to work from home wherever possible.


County council reveals financial implications of coronavirus

County council reveals financial implications of coronavirus

County council reveals financial implications of coronavirus

21 September 2020

A Suffolk authority has revealed the financial implications of coronavirus this year.


The 10 most dangerous areas in Suffolk revealed

The 10 most dangerous areas in Suffolk revealed

The 10 most dangerous areas in Suffolk revealed

21 September 2020

Thousands of crimes are reported to police in Suffolk each month, but where are the worst hotspots for recorded crimes in the county?


Suffolk's pubs calling time for good

Suffolk's pubs calling time for good

Suffolk's pubs calling time for good

20 September 2020

There have been at least 90 pub and bar closures in the county since 2010 and the industry is now being hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.


Supporters go all out for Girl's Night Out

Supporters go all out for Girl's Night Out

Supporters go all out for Girl's Night Out

20 September 2020

More than 400 fund-raisers pulled on their pyjamas and bunny ears to make sure this year’s event was completed in style.


Red Arrows to do flypast in celebration of air base's birthday

Red Arrows to do flypast in celebration of air base's birthday

Red Arrows to do flypast in celebration of air base's birthday

18 September 2020

Residents in parts of the county will be able to spot the RAF Red Arrows soaring overhead as part of a Suffolk airbase's birthday celebrations.


Heatwave to hit Suffolk with temperatures of 29 degrees in areas

Heatwave to hit Suffolk with temperatures of 29 degrees in areas

Heatwave to hit Suffolk with temperatures of 29 degrees in areas

14 September 2020

Suffolk is set to bask in sunshine this week, with temperatures due to reach 29 degrees in some areas.


VIDEO: Saturday's local football round-up

VIDEO: Saturday's local football round-up

VIDEO: Saturday's local football round-up

12 September 2020

Haverhill Rovers, Long Melford, Mildenhall Town and Stowmarket Town all saw off higher-league opposition in the Emirates FA Cup.


Housebuilding could double across Suffolk

Housebuilding could double across Suffolk

Housebuilding could double across Suffolk

12 September 2020

Suffolk councils could be forced to approve twice as many homes per year under new government proposals.


10-year-old singer wants your vote for BGT final place

10-year-old singer wants your vote for BGT final place

10-year-old singer wants your vote for BGT final place

12 September 2020

Vote for Souparnika to get her to the final.


'Warrior' Liam, 9, who touched hearts of many loses cancer battle

'Warrior' Liam, 9, who touched hearts of many loses cancer battle

'Warrior' Liam, 9, who touched hearts of many loses cancer battle

12 September 2020

A nine-year-old boy hailed a ‘warrior’ and who touched the hearts of many as he battled cancer has died.


Podcast: Kesgrave shooting, Covid in schools and lifetime achievement award for pub couple

Podcast: Kesgrave shooting, Covid in schools and lifetime achievement award for pub couple

Podcast: Kesgrave shooting, Covid in schools and lifetime achievement award for pub couple

11 September 2020

Listen to a roundup of this week's top stories, including the arrest of a teenager over a shooting and school pupils having to self-isolate.


Man jailed for violent outburst at partner's barbecue

Man jailed for violent outburst at partner's barbecue

Man jailed for violent outburst at partner's barbecue

10 September 2020

A Suffolk man who went on a violent rampage at his girlfriend’s barbecue has been jailed for six months.


Electricity restored to hundreds of homes hit by power cut

Electricity restored to hundreds of homes hit by power cut

Electricity restored to hundreds of homes hit by power cut

10 September 2020

Hundreds of homes in West Suffolk hit by a power cut have had their electricity restored.


Traveller site set to be built just outside village

Traveller site set to be built just outside village

Traveller site set to be built just outside village

10 September 2020

Councillors will hold an emergency meeting next week after proposals to build a new traveller site were submitted to district planners.


Court decision means village school may finally now be built

Court decision means village school may finally now be built

Court decision means village school may finally now be built

09 September 2020

A 420-place school is set to be built in Lakenheath after a bid to stop its construction was dismissed in the Court of Appeal.


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