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Leaked reports reveal disaster planning due to hospital structural defect fears

Leaked reports reveal disaster planning due to hospital structural defect fears

Leaked reports reveal disaster planning due to hospital structural defect fears

17 August 2021

Leaked documents have uncovered evidence of disaster planning in the event of structural collapse at West Suffolk Hospital.


Tapping along with club’s charitable beat

Tapping along with club’s charitable beat

Tapping along with club’s charitable beat

16 August 2021

A local rotary club has raised more than £7,000 for charitable causes with its music and ale festival.


Jo Churchill MP takes part in summer activities helping over a thousand Suffolk children

Jo Churchill MP takes part in summer activities helping over a thousand Suffolk children

Jo Churchill MP takes part in summer activities helping over a thousand Suffolk children

16 August 2021

She took part in the summer activities that are helping over a thousand children across Suffolk this summer.


Rick Astley wows crowds as Never Gonna Give You Up star takes to stage

Rick Astley wows crowds as Never Gonna Give You Up star takes to stage

Rick Astley wows crowds as Never Gonna Give You Up star takes to stage

15 August 2021

Most music fans would never give up a chance to see Rick Astley perform live, and he certainly never let them down when he took to the stage.


Village could grow by an extra 150 homes under new plans

Village could grow by an extra 150 homes under new plans

Village could grow by an extra 150 homes under new plans

15 August 2021

A village could increase in size under new homes proposals.


Debut novel from former horse trainer

Debut novel from former horse trainer

Debut novel from former horse trainer

14 August 2021

Former racehorse trainer and chief executive of the Thoroughbred Breeders Association Gavin Pritchard-Gordon has released his debut novel.


Two vehicle crash closes road

Two vehicle crash closes road

Two vehicle crash closes road

14 August 2021

A crash completely blocked a Suffolk road this afternoon with all three emergency services attending.


Suspected drug dealers stopped after car reported as 'driving on fire'

Suspected drug dealers stopped after car reported as 'driving on fire'

Suspected drug dealers stopped after car reported as 'driving on fire'

14 August 2021

Two people have been detained after a car was stopped and officers found evidence of drug dealing.


Caution urged after spike in town coronavirus cases

Caution urged after spike in town coronavirus cases

Caution urged after spike in town coronavirus cases

14 August 2021

A councillor has urged caution about what events people choose to go to following a recent spike in coronavirus cases.


New farm shop proving popular after market stall success

New farm shop proving popular after market stall success

New farm shop proving popular after market stall success

14 August 2021

A farm shop has been welcoming in a bumper crop of customers since opening, as it builds on the success of a market stall.


Taxi drivers postpone strike over council policy

Taxi drivers postpone strike over council policy

Taxi drivers postpone strike over council policy

13 August 2021

A taxi driver strike over a policy which states all taxis must switch to wheelchair accessible vehicles has been postponed.


'May the world forever remember your life': Children of Donna Price appeal for help to fund funeral

'May the world forever remember your life': Children of Donna Price appeal for help to fund funeral

'May the world forever remember your life': Children of Donna Price appeal for help to fund funeral

13 August 2021

The children of a woman who was found dead at a property have made a desperate plea for help to give their mum the 'amazing send off she deserves'.


Pupils celebrate on GCSE results day

Pupils celebrate on GCSE results day

Pupils celebrate on GCSE results day

12 August 2021

Pupils excitedly ripped open envelopes as they clamoured to learn their GCSE results at the end of a turbulent year.


National Stud’s Paddy Meehan dies aged 56

National Stud’s Paddy Meehan dies aged 56

National Stud’s Paddy Meehan dies aged 56

11 August 2021

National Stud's former head stallion man and renowned horseman Paddy Meehan has died at the age of 56.


Memorial garden hosts family day of artistic activities

Memorial garden hosts family day of artistic activities

Memorial garden hosts family day of artistic activities

11 August 2021

Art and fun were the order of the day at the memorial gardens on Thursday.


Police release details of men who held up convenience store at gunpoint

Police release details of men who held up convenience store at gunpoint

Police release details of men who held up convenience store at gunpoint

11 August 2021

Two men, one armed with a firearm and another with a truncheon-style baton, threatened staff at a convenience store and stole cash.


BBC Radio Suffolk presenter James Hazell hits out at bosses after having contract terminated

BBC Radio Suffolk presenter James Hazell hits out at bosses after having contract terminated

BBC Radio Suffolk presenter James Hazell hits out at bosses after having contract terminated

11 August 2021

Popular BBC Radio Suffolk presenter James Hazell has hit out at his bosses after having his contract terminated against his wishes.


Gunman carries out late night raid at town's convenience store

Gunman carries out late night raid at town's convenience store

Gunman carries out late night raid at town's convenience store

11 August 2021

Police are investigating after a man armed with a gun raided a Suffolk convenience shop.


Another top rating for British Racing School

Another top rating for British Racing School

Another top rating for British Racing School

11 August 2021

A British Racing School has been awarded an 'excellent' rating after government inspectors said the facility exceeded expectations.


Sensory garden opens thanks to £1,500 bursary donation

Sensory garden opens thanks to £1,500 bursary donation

Sensory garden opens thanks to £1,500 bursary donation

11 August 2021

A school has opened a new sensory garden thanks to a grant from a house building business


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