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'Life-changing' alternative education improvements on the way across Suffolk

'Life-changing' alternative education improvements on the way across Suffolk

'Life-changing' alternative education improvements on the way across Suffolk

11 November 2020

A series of improvements are set to be made to Suffolk’s ‘alternative education’ provision.


All the war memorials in Suffolk which have been given special protection in 2020

All the war memorials in Suffolk which have been given special protection in 2020

All the war memorials in Suffolk which have been given special protection in 2020

11 November 2020

Soldiers who gave their lives during the First World War will be remembered by generations to come after memorials were given special protection.


'Our GPs don't know when a vaccine will be available'

'Our GPs don't know when a vaccine will be available'

'Our GPs don't know when a vaccine will be available'

10 November 2020

The NHS is this week looking to set the record straight to avoid further unnecessary calls and emails.


Military and NHS ready to roll out Covid-19 jab from next month, says Suffolk MP Matt Hancock

Military and NHS ready to roll out Covid-19 jab from next month, says Suffolk MP Matt Hancock

Military and NHS ready to roll out Covid-19 jab from next month, says Suffolk MP Matt Hancock

10 November 2020

Health Secretary and West Suffolk MP Matt Hancock says the military and NHS staff are on standby to roll out a Covid-19 vaccine in just three weeks.


Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine proves ‘90% effective’ - and first doses could be in Suffolk by Christmas

Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine proves ‘90% effective’ - and first doses could be in Suffolk by Christmas

Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine proves ‘90% effective’ - and first doses could be in Suffolk by Christmas

10 November 2020

A coronavirus vaccine could start being distributed across Suffolk by Christmas, say scientists


Racing icon Lester Piggott nets over £95,000 through a sale of his trophies and memorabilia

Racing icon Lester Piggott nets over £95,000 through a sale of his trophies and memorabilia

Racing icon Lester Piggott nets over £95,000 through a sale of his trophies and memorabilia

10 November 2020

Derby trophies won by racing legend Lester Piggott were the most sought after lots at an online auction of memorabilia collected by the racing icon.


Suffolk Police urges parents to have 'difficult' conversations about knife crime

Suffolk Police urges parents to have 'difficult' conversations about knife crime

Suffolk Police urges parents to have 'difficult' conversations about knife crime

09 November 2020

As part of a national week of action against knife crime, Suffolk Police is urging parents to talk to their children about the issue.


Dog seized by police after found wandering in village finds new home

Dog seized by police after found wandering in village finds new home

Dog seized by police after found wandering in village finds new home

09 November 2020

A dog seized by police in a West Suffolk village has found a new home.


A new start for Billy, thanks to the kindness of strangers

A new start for Billy, thanks to the kindness of strangers

A new start for Billy, thanks to the kindness of strangers

09 November 2020

A homeless teenager, who moved to a new town and lived in a tent for three months, now has a job and a home after being given a helping hand.


Lest We Forget: How Suffolk remembered - in the year of coronavirus

Lest We Forget: How Suffolk remembered - in the year of coronavirus

Lest We Forget: How Suffolk remembered - in the year of coronavirus

08 November 2020

Thousands paid tribute today to all those who fought for our country, the commonwealth, the county.


Latest figures show drop in Covid infection rates across Suffolk

Latest figures show drop in Covid infection rates across Suffolk

Latest figures show drop in Covid infection rates across Suffolk

08 November 2020

Locations with the highest and lowest coronavirus infection rates across the county have been announced.


New gates planned for cemetery as council bids to stamp out anti-social behaviour

New gates planned for cemetery as council bids to stamp out anti-social behaviour

New gates planned for cemetery as council bids to stamp out anti-social behaviour

08 November 2020

A council has agreed to spend more than £4,500 on new solar-powered gates at a cemetery in a bid to improve security at the site.


Thousands of jobs at risk as Edinburgh Woollen Mill and Ponden Home enter administration

Thousands of jobs at risk as Edinburgh Woollen Mill and Ponden Home enter administration

Thousands of jobs at risk as Edinburgh Woollen Mill and Ponden Home enter administration

07 November 2020

Thousands of jobs are at risk after two brands run by the troubled Edinburgh Woollen Mill Group go into administration.


Fire crews called to chip shop

Fire crews called to chip shop

Fire crews called to chip shop

07 November 2020

Fire crews were called to a chip shop last night.


Racing Centre launches takeaway from its new look café

Racing Centre launches takeaway from its new look café

Racing Centre launches takeaway from its new look café

07 November 2020

The Racing Centre has launched a takeaway service from its new café - offering a selection of tasty treats over lockdown.


Man, 33, denies sexually assaulting teenager four years ago

Man, 33, denies sexually assaulting teenager four years ago

Man, 33, denies sexually assaulting teenager four years ago

06 November 2020

A 33-year-old man has denied sexually assaulting a teenager.


Man fined £10,000 for role in organising massive illegal rave in forest

Man fined £10,000 for role in organising massive illegal rave in forest

Man fined £10,000 for role in organising massive illegal rave in forest

06 November 2020

A man involved in organising a massive illegal rave which was shut down by more than 100 police officers has been fined £10,000.


Podcast: Lockdown 2 gets underway and one woman's incredible swimming challenge during breast cancer battle

Podcast: Lockdown 2 gets underway and one woman's incredible swimming challenge during breast cancer battle

Podcast: Lockdown 2 gets underway and one woman's incredible swimming challenge during breast cancer battle

06 November 2020

The second lockdown to try and reduce the spread of coronavirus is underway - find out what MPs, the police, and business bosses have to say about it.


Lockdown shuts outdoor gyms and skate parks

Lockdown shuts outdoor gyms and skate parks

Lockdown shuts outdoor gyms and skate parks

06 November 2020

Outdoor gyms and skate parks have been closed across Suffolk following the start of the national lockdown.


Five cases of coronavirus at academy as headteacher urges concerned parents to get in touch

Five cases of coronavirus at academy as headteacher urges concerned parents to get in touch

Five cases of coronavirus at academy as headteacher urges concerned parents to get in touch

05 November 2020

The head of a Suffolk secondary school has urged parents anxious about coronavirus cases in the school to get in contact about their concerns.


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