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Suffolk hit by unexpected snow as Met Office issues weather warning

Suffolk hit by unexpected snow as Met Office issues weather warning

Suffolk hit by unexpected snow as Met Office issues weather warning

04 December 2020

In today's podcast, hear about the disruption caused by unexpected snow that fell in Suffolk in the early hours.


Met Office issues yellow weather warning for ice across Suffolk after snowfall

Met Office issues yellow weather warning for ice across Suffolk after snowfall

Met Office issues yellow weather warning for ice across Suffolk after snowfall

04 December 2020

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for ice in Suffolk this weekend, following snowfall in the county.


In pictures: Snow falls across the county

In pictures: Snow falls across the county

In pictures: Snow falls across the county

04 December 2020

Residents in Suffolk were quick to grab pictures of the snow which has fallen across the county this morning.


Suffolk wakes up to snow with more on the way

Suffolk wakes up to snow with more on the way

Suffolk wakes up to snow with more on the way

04 December 2020

Residents in Suffolk have awoken to find snow on the ground, with more on the way throughout the morning.


Authority asked for help after allotments damaged by vandals

Authority asked for help after allotments damaged by vandals

Authority asked for help after allotments damaged by vandals

04 December 2020

A council is being asked to help fund the cost of a new fence at an allotment site because the existing one has been damaged by vandals.


Headcollar worn by Suffolk-trained racehorse leads top bids in auction for children's hospices

Headcollar worn by Suffolk-trained racehorse leads top bids in auction for children's hospices

Headcollar worn by Suffolk-trained racehorse leads top bids in auction for children's hospices

03 December 2020

A headcollar worn by a Suffolk-trained racehorse is the best-performing lot in an online auction raising money for children's hospices.


Letters to the editor

Letters to the editor

Letters to the editor

03 December 2020

Town council politics, the rail crossing inquiry and the proposed Sunnica solar farm were all raised in letters this week.


Gritty Matt’s standing up to scribblers’ jibes

Gritty Matt’s standing up to scribblers’ jibes

Gritty Matt’s standing up to scribblers’ jibes

03 December 2020

Columnist John Bone tips his cap to MP Matt Hancock


Council’s bid to protect historic yard at town's entrance

Council’s bid to protect historic yard at town's entrance

Council’s bid to protect historic yard at town's entrance

03 December 2020

A council has stepped in to protect three ‘at risk’ listed buildings from further damage this winter.


NHS sees increase in Suffolk mental health referrals during pandemic

NHS sees increase in Suffolk mental health referrals during pandemic

NHS sees increase in Suffolk mental health referrals during pandemic

03 December 2020

Mental health services are experiencing increasing referrals as Covid-19 increases loneliness and stress.


Councils make case for half-hourly train services

Councils make case for half-hourly train services

Councils make case for half-hourly train services

02 December 2020

A twice hourly service from Ipswich to Cambridge is among the options rail passengers are being consulted on.


New lease of life for town's former police station and magistrates’ court

New lease of life for town's former police station and magistrates’ court

New lease of life for town's former police station and magistrates’ court

02 December 2020

A former police station and magistrates’ court is to finally get a new lease of life as luxury apartments.


Suffolk's increasing child cruelty problem

Suffolk's increasing child cruelty problem

Suffolk's increasing child cruelty problem

02 December 2020

The number of child cruelty and neglect offences recorded by police in Suffolk has increased by 40 per cent in one year, according to new statistics.


'Please don’t be the cause of another family’s tragedy, please don’t drink and drive'

'Please don’t be the cause of another family’s tragedy, please don’t drink and drive'

'Please don’t be the cause of another family’s tragedy, please don’t drink and drive'

01 December 2020

The mother of a young woman who was killed in a crash has backed a police campaign urging people not to drive under the influence of alcohol or drugs.


Ben tackles his toughest challenge to date for Tom's Trust

Ben tackles his toughest challenge to date for Tom's Trust

Ben tackles his toughest challenge to date for Tom's Trust

01 December 2020

Endurance athlete extraordinaire and Guinness World Record holder Ben Blowes set off on his most difficult challenge to date today.


Leisure centre owners 'looking forward' to welcoming customers back

Leisure centre owners 'looking forward' to welcoming customers back

Leisure centre owners 'looking forward' to welcoming customers back

01 December 2020

The chief executive of a company which runs leisure centres across Suffolk says he is 'looking forward' to welcoming customers back from Thursday.


How Suffolk schools and authorities have fared during pandemic, according to latest Ofsted annual report

How Suffolk schools and authorities have fared during pandemic, according to latest Ofsted annual report

How Suffolk schools and authorities have fared during pandemic, according to latest Ofsted annual report

01 December 2020

Education watchdog Ofsted's annual report has given an idea of how schools in the county have been getting on this year.


Rail crossing to stay open after planning inspector rules alternative route 'neither suitable or convenient'

Rail crossing to stay open after planning inspector rules alternative route 'neither suitable or convenient'

Rail crossing to stay open after planning inspector rules alternative route 'neither suitable or convenient'

01 December 2020

A campaign to keep a much-used crossing open has scored a win after it was ruled an alternate route would be neither suitable or convenient.


Scheme allowing permit holders to use car parks at no extra charge during lockdown set to end

Scheme allowing permit holders to use car parks at no extra charge during lockdown set to end

Scheme allowing permit holders to use car parks at no extra charge during lockdown set to end

30 November 2020

A temporary scheme that allowed residential permit holders to park in council car parks at no extra charge during the second lockdown is to end.


This is how you can volunteer to help the coronavirus vaccine rollout

This is how you can volunteer to help the coronavirus vaccine rollout

This is how you can volunteer to help the coronavirus vaccine rollout

30 November 2020

An NHS trust is recruiting healthcare professionals and volunteers from across Suffolk and Essex to help deliver a Covid-19 vaccination programme.


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