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POLL: Which tier do you think you should be in?

POLL: Which tier do you think you should be in?

POLL: Which tier do you think you should be in?

27 November 2020

Have your say on which tier you think is right for the current situation.


Bidding on celebrity auction organised by famous Suffolk comedian and supporting children's hospices begins

Bidding on celebrity auction organised by famous Suffolk comedian and supporting children's hospices begins

Bidding on celebrity auction organised by famous Suffolk comedian and supporting children's hospices begins

27 November 2020

A charity auction featuring items from some of Suffolk's biggest names and organised by comedian Griff Rhys Jones, has opened for 10 days of bidding.


POLL: Which tier do you think you should be in?

POLL: Which tier do you think you should be in?

POLL: Which tier do you think you should be in?

26 November 2020

Have your say on which tier you think is right for the current situation.


Letters to the editor

Letters to the editor

Letters to the editor

26 November 2020

A planned solar farm and helping charities are among this week's topics.


This town knows how to show respect to HM

This town knows how to show respect to HM

This town knows how to show respect to HM

26 November 2020

We just pretend the Queen isn't there, says columnist John Bone.


Additional grant support still available for West Suffolk businesses

Additional grant support still available for West Suffolk businesses

Additional grant support still available for West Suffolk businesses

26 November 2020

Funding is still available through the first phase of a West Suffolk Council's scheme designed to help businesses and traders during lockdown


Suffolk avoids toughest restrictions under Tier 2 rules

Suffolk avoids toughest restrictions under Tier 2 rules

Suffolk avoids toughest restrictions under Tier 2 rules

26 November 2020

Suffolk has escaped the toughest post-lockdown restrictions from next week.


Warrant issued for arrest of former town councillor

Warrant issued for arrest of former town councillor

Warrant issued for arrest of former town councillor

26 November 2020

An arrest warrant has been issued for a former councillor after he failed to attend court for the second time.


Community pop-up shop opens doors for the first time

Community pop-up shop opens doors for the first time

Community pop-up shop opens doors for the first time

26 November 2020

A community pop-up shop will open up for the first time, and is set to help people in need of food and sanitary products.


Plane crash which killed American airman caused by 'pilot error' report finds

Plane crash which killed American airman caused by 'pilot error' report finds

Plane crash which killed American airman caused by 'pilot error' report finds

25 November 2020

An American airman who flew out of a Suffolk airbase died as a result of pilot error when he crashed into the North Sea, a report has found.


Police launch new domestic abuse unit to work with perpetrators on changing their behaviours

Police launch new domestic abuse unit to work with perpetrators on changing their behaviours

Police launch new domestic abuse unit to work with perpetrators on changing their behaviours

25 November 2020

Police in Suffolk have launched a new team aiming to change the behaviours of domestic abuse offenders.


Three households can meet at Christmas

Three households can meet at Christmas

Three households can meet at Christmas

24 November 2020

A deal on who people can visit during Christmas has been agreed by the four nations.


Former officer handed 12 month jail term after bungling stop-and-search

Former officer handed 12 month jail term after bungling stop-and-search

Former officer handed 12 month jail term after bungling stop-and-search

24 November 2020

A former police officer who made fake drug wraps after bungling a stop-and-search has been handed a 12 month jail term.


What tier will Suffolk be in after lockdown?

What tier will Suffolk be in after lockdown?

What tier will Suffolk be in after lockdown?

24 November 2020

The Prime Minister has announced a new Covid Winter Plan, but what will the new approach mean for people in Suffolk?


Officer who made fake drug wraps was devastated by break-up, court told

Officer who made fake drug wraps was devastated by break-up, court told

Officer who made fake drug wraps was devastated by break-up, court told

23 November 2020

A former police officer made fake drug wraps after failing to hand in cocaine seized in a Suffolk stop and search.


Non-essential shops, pubs and gyms to re-open next week as second lockdown ends

Non-essential shops, pubs and gyms to re-open next week as second lockdown ends

Non-essential shops, pubs and gyms to re-open next week as second lockdown ends

23 November 2020

The prime minister has announced the Covid-19 tier system will be stricter when the national lockdown ends.


Man deliberately hit by car during roadside argument

Man deliberately hit by car during roadside argument

Man deliberately hit by car during roadside argument

23 November 2020

A man has suffered multiple injuries after he was deliberately hit by a car during an argument.


Rural road was closed after horse rider injured in a fall

Rural road was closed after horse rider injured in a fall

Rural road was closed after horse rider injured in a fall

23 November 2020

The ambulance service, an air ambulance and police were called to a riding accident in rural Suffolk on Sunday morning.


Ending deal with police to pay for PCSO will save £34k

Ending deal with police to pay for PCSO will save £34k

Ending deal with police to pay for PCSO will save £34k

23 November 2020

Councillors have decided to stop funding the police officer that a town council has been paying to patrol the area.


Take a look back at Christmas lights switch-on events from years gone by

Take a look back at Christmas lights switch-on events from years gone by

Take a look back at Christmas lights switch-on events from years gone by

23 November 2020

On a year when large public gatherings are mostly impossible, we've taken a look at some of the Christmas lights switch-on events of years gone by.


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