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First time on a train for a year – and I'll be pleased to get home

First time on a train for a year – and I'll be pleased to get home

First time on a train for a year – and I'll be pleased to get home

04 June 2021

Bishop Martin Seeley reflects on his journey to London.


Murder trial jury retires after weeks of evidence

Murder trial jury retires after weeks of evidence

Murder trial jury retires after weeks of evidence

03 June 2021

The jury set to determine whether or not a Suffolk man is guilty of murdering a mother-of-two has retired to consider its verdict.


Renewed calls on safety after horse is hurt in crash

Renewed calls on safety after horse is hurt in crash

Renewed calls on safety after horse is hurt in crash

03 June 2021

A crash which left a driver traumatised, a racehorse injured, and a car damaged, has increased calls for safety measures to be implemented.


17-mile stretch of A14 closed for emergency repairs

17-mile stretch of A14 closed for emergency repairs

17-mile stretch of A14 closed for emergency repairs

02 June 2021

A stretch of the A14 was closed for a number of hours as resurfacing was carried out following a serious crash.


This £1.25m Suffolk home has period charm - with modern twists

This £1.25m Suffolk home has period charm - with modern twists

This £1.25m Suffolk home has period charm - with modern twists

02 June 2021

Around 100 years old, this renovated house combines period charm with modern features, as John Downing discovers from Jackson-Stops.


Town's multi-million pound service hub welcomes first customers

Town's multi-million pound service hub welcomes first customers

Town's multi-million pound service hub welcomes first customers

01 June 2021

A multi-million pound public sector hub in a Suffolk town has welcomed its first customers with the launch of a library.


Serious lorry crash shuts major road

Serious lorry crash shuts major road

Serious lorry crash shuts major road

01 June 2021

Part of the A11 in Suffolk was shut after a serious crash.


Rosie launches online petition to make roads safer for horses and riders

Rosie launches online petition to make roads safer for horses and riders

Rosie launches online petition to make roads safer for horses and riders

01 June 2021

A woman has collected more than 13,500 signatures on a petition in her fight to try and end the dangers faced by horse riders on the road.


Scholarship could be dream come true for riders

Scholarship could be dream come true for riders

Scholarship could be dream come true for riders

31 May 2021

The British Racing School is to play a pivotal part in a new initiative to help riders from under-represented communities to get into racing.


Council seeks views on whether policy to prevent anti-social behaviour should continue

Council seeks views on whether policy to prevent anti-social behaviour should continue

Council seeks views on whether policy to prevent anti-social behaviour should continue

29 May 2021

A council is considering whether a licensing policy aimed at preventing anti-social behaviour in the centre of a Suffolk town should continue


Hospital patients could receive operations at mobile theatre in another town in bid to tackle waiting lists

Hospital patients could receive operations at mobile theatre in another town in bid to tackle waiting lists

Hospital patients could receive operations at mobile theatre in another town in bid to tackle waiting lists

28 May 2021

Hospital patients could receive operations at a mobile theatre in another town as part of a £10 million scheme to tackle waiting lists.


Walker is on a 500 mile mission to help hedgehogs

Walker is on a 500 mile mission to help hedgehogs

Walker is on a 500 mile mission to help hedgehogs

28 May 2021

The discovery of an injured hedgehog has led to a Suffolk woman's plan to walk 500 miles to help a charity that cares for the spiny little mammals.


Factory worker died after bout of heavy drinking, inquest told

Factory worker died after bout of heavy drinking, inquest told

Factory worker died after bout of heavy drinking, inquest told

28 May 2021

A factory worker who died in the hallway of his home was believed to have fallen down the stairs after a bout of heavy drinking, an inquest heard.


Surgery bids farewell to GP after 39 years in post

Surgery bids farewell to GP after 39 years in post

Surgery bids farewell to GP after 39 years in post

28 May 2021

One of Suffolk’s longest-serving GPs has retired, 39 years after taking up her first post in general practice.


It's just a phase we're going through

It's just a phase we're going through

It's just a phase we're going through

28 May 2021

Bishop Martin Seeley on the collective experiences we've shared during the pandemic.


Matt Hancock tells country he has 'been straight with people' throughout pandemic

Matt Hancock tells country he has 'been straight with people' throughout pandemic

Matt Hancock tells country he has 'been straight with people' throughout pandemic

27 May 2021

Matt Hancock has started his fightback against claims he 'lied to everybody', and told MPs he 'has been straight with people'.


Two people in hospital after lorry overturns in five-vehicle crash

Two people in hospital after lorry overturns in five-vehicle crash

Two people in hospital after lorry overturns in five-vehicle crash

27 May 2021

The A14 has partially reopened after a five-vehicle crash in which a lorry ended up on its side.


Racing worker dies in tragic accident on stud

Racing worker dies in tragic accident on stud

Racing worker dies in tragic accident on stud

27 May 2021

Tributes have been paid to a popular member of Newmarket’s racing community who died in a tragic accident on his 66th birthday on Friday.


Roadworks, diversions and road closures in Suffolk you might want to avoid

Roadworks, diversions and road closures in Suffolk you might want to avoid

Roadworks, diversions and road closures in Suffolk you might want to avoid

27 May 2021

Here is a list of some of the roads and routes across Suffolk to avoid in the next weeks and this bank holiday weekend.


'The punishment should fit the crime and the crime is manslaughter,' court told

'The punishment should fit the crime and the crime is manslaughter,' court told

'The punishment should fit the crime and the crime is manslaughter,' court told

27 May 2021

The jury looking into whether or not a man murdered his ex-girlfriend is expected to retire later today as the trial enters its final phase.


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