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Town's new Aldi has a new opening date after coronavirus delay

Town's new Aldi has a new opening date after coronavirus delay

Town's new Aldi has a new opening date after coronavirus delay

28 September 2020

A discount retailer building a new store in Suffolk has said its outlet will be opening next year.


Hospital records 'worrying' drop in women attending breast cancer screenings

Hospital records 'worrying' drop in women attending breast cancer screenings

Hospital records 'worrying' drop in women attending breast cancer screenings

28 September 2020

West Suffolk Hospital has recorded a 'worrying' 50 per cent drop in women attending breast cancer checks.


'Now is the moment to take decisive action' as £10,000 fine introduced for restriction rule breakers

'Now is the moment to take decisive action' as £10,000 fine introduced for restriction rule breakers

'Now is the moment to take decisive action' as £10,000 fine introduced for restriction rule breakers

28 September 2020

A government minister says we are at a 'serious moment in time' in the fight against Covid-19 as £10,000 fines are introduced for rule-breakers.


Councils given grants to tackle rough sleeping

Councils given grants to tackle rough sleeping

Councils given grants to tackle rough sleeping

27 September 2020

These two Suffolk councils have welcomed government funding to help keep the most vulnerable off their streets this winter.


Plucky pensioner Serena’s 125-mile charity walk feat

Plucky pensioner Serena’s 125-mile charity walk feat

Plucky pensioner Serena’s 125-mile charity walk feat

27 September 2020

Super gran Serena Queeney has raised nearly £3,000 by walking 125 miles non-stop in less than two days.


Racing Welfare set for second Heath Ride after sell-out event earlier this year

Racing Welfare set for second Heath Ride after sell-out event earlier this year

Racing Welfare set for second Heath Ride after sell-out event earlier this year

26 September 2020

Racing Welfare will be holding a second sponsored Heath Ride next month after its first event was a sell-out earlier this month.


Town MP backs BID for second term

Town MP backs BID for second term

Town MP backs BID for second term

26 September 2020

Matt Hancock has thrown his support behind a town's Business Improvement District as it works to help its members deal with Covid-19.


High winds bring down trees across Suffolk, with householders having a lucky escape

High winds bring down trees across Suffolk, with householders having a lucky escape

High winds bring down trees across Suffolk, with householders having a lucky escape

25 September 2020

A car was damaged by a falling ash tree as it fell into a narrow gap between houses as high winds have battered the county.


Owner's anguish as beloved pet goes missing from vets after heart surgery

Owner's anguish as beloved pet goes missing from vets after heart surgery

Owner's anguish as beloved pet goes missing from vets after heart surgery

25 September 2020

A search party is frantically looking for a dog which went missing after life saving heart surgery.


Obstruction on A14 causes tailbacks of two miles

Obstruction on A14 causes tailbacks of two miles

Obstruction on A14 causes tailbacks of two miles

25 September 2020

An obstruction on the A14 is causing traffic chaos, with tailbacks stretching back about two miles.


Podcast: Plea for answers 40 years on

Podcast: Plea for answers 40 years on

Podcast: Plea for answers 40 years on

25 September 2020

In this week's podcast, hear from the family of a man who disappeared in 1980 as they make a fresh appeal for information.


Eleven arrested in police crackdown on County Lines drug dealing

Eleven arrested in police crackdown on County Lines drug dealing

Eleven arrested in police crackdown on County Lines drug dealing

25 September 2020

Eleven people were arrested across Suffolk in a police crackdown on County Lines drug dealing.


Popular open weekend goes virtual to raise cash to support good causes

Popular open weekend goes virtual to raise cash to support good causes

Popular open weekend goes virtual to raise cash to support good causes

25 September 2020

A popular weekend which gives visitors a sneak peak behind the scenes of horseracing's HQ has gone virtual to raise money for good causes.


Yellow weather warning in place as 65mph winds set to hit Suffolk

Yellow weather warning in place as 65mph winds set to hit Suffolk

Yellow weather warning in place as 65mph winds set to hit Suffolk

24 September 2020

Suffolk residents have been warned of possible transport delays as winds of up to 65 miles per hour are set to hit the county.


Man arrested on suspicion of rape at bloodstock sales complex

Man arrested on suspicion of rape at bloodstock sales complex

Man arrested on suspicion of rape at bloodstock sales complex

24 September 2020

Police have arrested a man following a rape attack on a woman at a bloodstock sales complex.


Busy town road to close overnight as council contractors resurface street

Busy town road to close overnight as council contractors resurface street

Busy town road to close overnight as council contractors resurface street

24 September 2020

A busy town road will be closed to traffic overnight from next week as council contractors resurface the street.


Test and trace app launches after long delays

Test and trace app launches after long delays

Test and trace app launches after long delays

24 September 2020

The new Test and Trace app has launched to help battle the spread of coronavirus following months of delays.


Pub bosses 'extremely worried' as new 10pm curfew comes into force

Pub bosses 'extremely worried' as new 10pm curfew comes into force

Pub bosses 'extremely worried' as new 10pm curfew comes into force

23 September 2020

Pubs and clubs have hit back at the Government-ordered 10pm curfew which is set to come into play this week to help fight the spread of coronavirus.


Clampdown on street drinkers, dog-foulers and car racing extended for three years

Clampdown on street drinkers, dog-foulers and car racing extended for three years

Clampdown on street drinkers, dog-foulers and car racing extended for three years

23 September 2020

Public orders to clampdown on street drinking, dog-fouling and racing cars in West Suffolk have been extended for a further three years.


Have your say on changes to electoral map in Suffolk ahead of next local elections

Have your say on changes to electoral map in Suffolk ahead of next local elections

Have your say on changes to electoral map in Suffolk ahead of next local elections

23 September 2020

Under the proposals, there would be a total of 70 county councillors in Suffolk in the future – five fewer than there is now.

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