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Charity appeals for answers after elderly dog rescued from stream

Charity appeals for answers after elderly dog rescued from stream

Charity appeals for answers after elderly dog rescued from stream

22 November 2020

A campaign has been launched to find answers about a 'sweet and gentle' dog which was rescued from a stream.


Do you recognise any of these items of stolen jewellery?

Do you recognise any of these items of stolen jewellery?

Do you recognise any of these items of stolen jewellery?

22 November 2020

Suffolk Police are appealing for help to trace the owners of items of jewellery which are suspected to have been stolen.


Suffolk sees fall in coronavirus rates as public is warned not to expect a 'normal' Christmas

Suffolk sees fall in coronavirus rates as public is warned not to expect a 'normal' Christmas

Suffolk sees fall in coronavirus rates as public is warned not to expect a 'normal' Christmas

22 November 2020

Suffolk is among the areas in England with the lowest rate of coronavirus infections but residents have been warned not to expect a normal Christmas.


Culture: It's been a record-breaking year for cranes flying in to winter at RSPB Lakenheath Fen

Culture: It's been a record-breaking year for cranes flying in to winter at RSPB Lakenheath Fen

Culture: It's been a record-breaking year for cranes flying in to winter at RSPB Lakenheath Fen

21 November 2020

Efforts of nature reserves and landowners in the area pays off


Culture: Blue Peter legend Peter Duncan brings his back garden panto to The Apex in Bury St Edmunds

Culture: Blue Peter legend Peter Duncan brings his back garden panto to The Apex in Bury St Edmunds

Culture: Blue Peter legend Peter Duncan brings his back garden panto to The Apex in Bury St Edmunds

21 November 2020

Jack and the Beanstalk screening set to entertain families this festive season


Culture: The festive season is looking a little different this year, but there’s still plenty of fun events for families to enjoy in and around Bury St Edmunds

Culture: The festive season is looking a little different this year, but there’s still plenty of fun events for families to enjoy in and around Bury St Edmunds

Culture: The festive season is looking a little different this year, but there’s still plenty of fun events for families to enjoy in and around Bury St Edmunds

21 November 2020

Start booking some family fun into your festive diary


Culture: Owner of Bury St Edmunds Mediterranean restaurant CASA, Maria Broadbent celebrates Spanish Food and Wine month in a bid to debunk what she believes is a skewed view of what Spain has to offer

Culture: Owner of Bury St Edmunds Mediterranean restaurant CASA, Maria Broadbent celebrates Spanish Food and Wine month in a bid to debunk what she believes is a skewed view of what Spain has to offer

Culture: Owner of Bury St Edmunds Mediterranean restaurant CASA, Maria Broadbent celebrates Spanish Food and Wine month in a bid to debunk what she believes is a skewed view of what Spain has to offer

21 November 2020

There's more to Spanish cuisine than that offered in resorts and Maria shares a couple of recipes for us to try


Woman, 50, killed herself at hotel after being granted leave from mental health facility

Woman, 50, killed herself at hotel after being granted leave from mental health facility

Woman, 50, killed herself at hotel after being granted leave from mental health facility

21 November 2020

A woman drowned herself just hours after being granted leave from a mental health unit where she was being treated for depression.


£11 MILLION: The cost of the fallout from Covid for one Suffolk council

£11 MILLION: The cost of the fallout from Covid for one Suffolk council

£11 MILLION: The cost of the fallout from Covid for one Suffolk council

20 November 2020

Covid-19 fallout has cost one Suffolk council more than £11million ... so far.


Podcast: Pub row, MPs branded 'children' and a new face in The Crown

Podcast: Pub row, MPs branded 'children' and a new face in The Crown

Podcast: Pub row, MPs branded 'children' and a new face in The Crown

20 November 2020

In this week's SuffolkNews Podcast, we hear about a row that has broken out about the future of a Suffolk pub.


Drive-in carol service could be coming to Suffolk town after council gives its backing

Drive-in carol service could be coming to Suffolk town after council gives its backing

Drive-in carol service could be coming to Suffolk town after council gives its backing

20 November 2020

A council has pledged £1,000 towards a drive-in Christmas carol service which organisers are planning for next month.


St Edmund's Day 2020: Celebrating the patron saint of pandemics

St Edmund's Day 2020: Celebrating the patron saint of pandemics

St Edmund's Day 2020: Celebrating the patron saint of pandemics

20 November 2020

Residents across Suffolk are today marking St Edmund's Day - but who was St Edmund and why is he celebrated?


Letters to the editor

Letters to the editor

Letters to the editor

19 November 2020

Sunnica solar farm will spoil our villages – and other letters


Racing to benefit from Government's £300m sport bailout

Racing to benefit from Government's £300m sport bailout

Racing to benefit from Government's £300m sport bailout

19 November 2020

Government pledges £40m direct aid to racing in fight against Covid


Drivers clocked at more than 100mph on A14 in Suffolk during Road Safety Week

Drivers clocked at more than 100mph on A14 in Suffolk during Road Safety Week

Drivers clocked at more than 100mph on A14 in Suffolk during Road Safety Week

19 November 2020

On a week in which police are reminding drivers that there is 'no need to speed', several motorists have been clocked at 'excessive' speeds.


Shoppers making the trip to save on parking

Shoppers making the trip to save on parking

Shoppers making the trip to save on parking

19 November 2020

Columnist John Bone with his take on this week's Newmarket news


Road reopens after more than 15 hours closed following lorry crash

Road reopens after more than 15 hours closed following lorry crash

Road reopens after more than 15 hours closed following lorry crash

19 November 2020

Highways England had to resurface two lanes of the carriageway following a serious crash between two HGVs.


Ben’s tackles his toughest challenge for Tom’s Trust

Ben’s tackles his toughest challenge for Tom’s Trust

Ben’s tackles his toughest challenge for Tom’s Trust

19 November 2020

Endurance athlete extraordinaire and Guiness World Record holder Ben Blowes will be tackling his toughest challenge to date next month.


Inquest told how man died in street after fighting off the paramedics trying to save his life

Inquest told how man died in street after fighting off the paramedics trying to save his life

Inquest told how man died in street after fighting off the paramedics trying to save his life

18 November 2020

An inquest has been opened and adjourned into the death of a man who stabbed himself in the neck and died despite efforts to save him.


Staff handed redundancy notices as workwear factory announces closure

Staff handed redundancy notices as workwear factory announces closure

Staff handed redundancy notices as workwear factory announces closure

18 November 2020

Eighty people are set to lose their jobs after a major textiles firm announced it is to close a factory in Suffolk.


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