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Over a quarter of residents in Suffolk between 18 to 44 yet to receive first coronavirus jab, figures reveal

Over a quarter of residents in Suffolk between 18 to 44 yet to receive first coronavirus jab, figures reveal

Over a quarter of residents in Suffolk between 18 to 44 yet to receive first coronavirus jab, figures reveal

05 September 2021

Suffolk residents are being urged to get vaccinated against Covid-19 after data showed over a quarter between 18 to 44 are yet to receive a first jab.


New stop on Suffolk to Cambridgeshire train line

New stop on Suffolk to Cambridgeshire train line

New stop on Suffolk to Cambridgeshire train line

04 September 2021

Trains travelling from Suffolk to Cambridgeshire could be making a new stop at a town from December for the first time in more than half a century.


Respect the ref – he’s always right

Respect the ref – he’s always right

Respect the ref – he’s always right

04 September 2021

John Bone takes an irreverent look at Newmarket's week.


Non-urgent blood tests reduced due to national shortage

Non-urgent blood tests reduced due to national shortage

Non-urgent blood tests reduced due to national shortage

03 September 2021

Non-urgent blood tests have had to be reduced at a Suffolk NHS trust due to a national shortage of blood bottles.


Questions raised at inquest over observation of patient who died at mental health unit

Questions raised at inquest over observation of patient who died at mental health unit

Questions raised at inquest over observation of patient who died at mental health unit

03 September 2021

Questions have been raised at an inquest about the observation of a mental health unit patient who died after being found with a bag around his head.


Councillors call for fines for engine idling

Councillors call for fines for engine idling

Councillors call for fines for engine idling

03 September 2021

Parking enforcement officers are set to begin talking to drivers over engine idling from next week – but calls have been made for fines to be allowed.


Matt Hancock's marathon fundraiser sparks torrent of online abuse

Matt Hancock's marathon fundraiser sparks torrent of online abuse

Matt Hancock's marathon fundraiser sparks torrent of online abuse

02 September 2021

Internet trolls have been donating money to Matt Hancock's London Marathon fundraising page just to hurl abuse at the former health secretary.


NHS trust policy called into question, inquest hears

NHS trust policy called into question, inquest hears

NHS trust policy called into question, inquest hears

02 September 2021

An NHS trust's now defunct policy on prohibited items at one of its mental health units has been called into question following the death of a man.


Contents of former home of Suffolk racehorse owner and philanthropist set to be sold at auction

Contents of former home of Suffolk racehorse owner and philanthropist set to be sold at auction

Contents of former home of Suffolk racehorse owner and philanthropist set to be sold at auction

02 September 2021

The contents of Exning's Landwade Hall, the former home of philanthropist Simon Gibson, who died earlier this year, are to be sold at auction.


Man, 25, who died at mental health unit had shared concerns over monitoring levels, inquest told

Man, 25, who died at mental health unit had shared concerns over monitoring levels, inquest told

Man, 25, who died at mental health unit had shared concerns over monitoring levels, inquest told

01 September 2021

A man who was found dead in a mental health unit had raised concerns over how much he was being monitored, an inquest was told.


Decision on controversial plans for homes and nursery in village pushed back

Decision on controversial plans for homes and nursery in village pushed back

Decision on controversial plans for homes and nursery in village pushed back

01 September 2021

A decision on plans for more than 200 homes and a nursery just outside a Suffolk town has been pushed back so that issues can be ironed out.


Man arrested on suspicion of murder released under investigation

Man arrested on suspicion of murder released under investigation

Man arrested on suspicion of murder released under investigation

01 September 2021

A man, who was arrested in connection with a woman's death, has been released under investigation.


Firefighter retires after 46 years in the job that was his boyhood dream

Firefighter retires after 46 years in the job that was his boyhood dream

Firefighter retires after 46 years in the job that was his boyhood dream

01 September 2021

A firefighter who has saved lives and battled major blazes during his 46 year career has bid farewell to the job that was his childhood dream.


'If he had proper care and treatment he would still be here with us now,' inquest told

'If he had proper care and treatment he would still be here with us now,' inquest told

'If he had proper care and treatment he would still be here with us now,' inquest told

31 August 2021

A man's death in a mental health unit just weeks after he drove off a bridge could have been prevented, a grieving father has told an inquest.


McFly takes stage by storm as band joined by young star of the future

McFly takes stage by storm as band joined by young star of the future

McFly takes stage by storm as band joined by young star of the future

30 August 2021

Fans of all ages - as well as some unexpected guests - clung on to every chorus as 2000s band McFly took the stage by storm.


Village hall re-opens after £29k revamp

Village hall re-opens after £29k revamp

Village hall re-opens after £29k revamp

30 August 2021

Villagers have celebrated the re-opening of their village hall after a £29,000 refurbishment.


Five years after cancer diagnoses Rachel comes out on top

Five years after cancer diagnoses Rachel comes out on top

Five years after cancer diagnoses Rachel comes out on top

29 August 2021

A rider who won the world’s oldest horserace five years after being diagnosed with cancer said she is hoping to defend her crown next year.


Action group warns of battery danger as they accuse company of using 'smoke and mirrors' over solar farm plans

Action group warns of battery danger as they accuse company of using 'smoke and mirrors' over solar farm plans

Action group warns of battery danger as they accuse company of using 'smoke and mirrors' over solar farm plans

29 August 2021

A group opposed to a vast solar farm has accused the firm of using ‘smoke and mirrors’ in an attempt to put a positive spin on changes to their plans.


Soapbox cars under starter's orders as derby set to come to town

Soapbox cars under starter's orders as derby set to come to town

Soapbox cars under starter's orders as derby set to come to town

29 August 2021

One Suffolk town is known the world over for horseracing, but later today a very different kind of rider will be hoping to claim victory.


The battle to avert catastrophe

The battle to avert catastrophe

The battle to avert catastrophe

29 August 2021

Bishop Martin Seeley says we all need to work together to tackle climate change.


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