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'We'll have that bond forever': Suffolk woman abandoned as baby meets half sister for first time

'We'll have that bond forever': Suffolk woman abandoned as baby meets half sister for first time

'We'll have that bond forever': Suffolk woman abandoned as baby meets half sister for first time

24 May 2021

A Suffolk woman who was abandoned as a baby meets her half sister for the first time in tonight's episode of Long Lost Family: Born Without a Trace.


'Maker Markets' announced for trio of Suffolk towns

'Maker Markets' announced for trio of Suffolk towns

'Maker Markets' announced for trio of Suffolk towns

24 May 2021

Talented crafters are being called to come and trade at 'Maker Markets' events to be held monthly at three town sites, starting from next month.


Palace House’s hidden history as a haven for Jews fleeing the Nazis

Palace House’s hidden history as a haven for Jews fleeing the Nazis

Palace House’s hidden history as a haven for Jews fleeing the Nazis

24 May 2021

More than 80 years ago, Newmarket's Palace House was a safe haven for Jewish families fleeing Nazi persecution in Germany.


'What struck me was his passion and love of the horse': Tributes paid to racing's Smokin' Joe

'What struck me was his passion and love of the horse': Tributes paid to racing's Smokin' Joe

'What struck me was his passion and love of the horse': Tributes paid to racing's Smokin' Joe

23 May 2021

Suffolk's racing community has been remembering former jockey Joe Mercer, who has died aged 86.


Young entrepreneur looks to future of flower business

Young entrepreneur looks to future of flower business

Young entrepreneur looks to future of flower business

23 May 2021

A young entrepreneur didn't realise what a rollercoaster he would be in for when he set up his business straight from school.


Endurance athlete's marathon effort raises more than £200,000 for children's charity

Endurance athlete's marathon effort raises more than £200,000 for children's charity

Endurance athlete's marathon effort raises more than £200,000 for children's charity

22 May 2021

A charity campaign led by a Guinness World Record holder has raised a staggering £225,000 to help care for children with brain tumours.


Four new cases of Indian variant identified in Suffolk

Four new cases of Indian variant identified in Suffolk

Four new cases of Indian variant identified in Suffolk

21 May 2021

Health bosses in Suffolk are taking 'swift action' after four more cases of the Indian variant of coronavirus were identified in the county.


Town chosen to trial 'digital-only' phone services

Town chosen to trial 'digital-only' phone services

Town chosen to trial 'digital-only' phone services

21 May 2021

A Suffolk town has been chosen to trial a telecommunication company's move to 'digital-only' phone services.


Can things be different as we come out of lockdown?

Can things be different as we come out of lockdown?

Can things be different as we come out of lockdown?

21 May 2021

Bishop Martin Seeley asks if we really want to go back to exactly how things were before the pandemic.


Letters to the editor

Letters to the editor

Letters to the editor

21 May 2021

The Royal family, the return of spectators to the racecourse and local election results are among this week's topics.


Rules should surely offer us reassurance

Rules should surely offer us reassurance

Rules should surely offer us reassurance

21 May 2021

Columnist John Bone with his take on Newmarket's week.


The long road to recovery

The long road to recovery

The long road to recovery

21 May 2021

We've made gains but we're not out of the woods yet, says Matt Hancock MP.


Lady Lavinia Nourse found not guilty of historic sex crimes

Lady Lavinia Nourse found not guilty of historic sex crimes

Lady Lavinia Nourse found not guilty of historic sex crimes

20 May 2021

The widow of a Court of Appeal judge has been cleared of all charges after a man accused her of sexually abusing him in the 1980s.


Paint thrown over front doors of community centre which hosts vaccine hub

Paint thrown over front doors of community centre which hosts vaccine hub

Paint thrown over front doors of community centre which hosts vaccine hub

20 May 2021

A Suffolk community centre which is being used as a hub to deliver the Covid-19 vaccine was targeted in a vandalism attack.


Man grabbed and pushed fire inspectors to stop vital safety checks

Man grabbed and pushed fire inspectors to stop vital safety checks

Man grabbed and pushed fire inspectors to stop vital safety checks

20 May 2021

A Suffolk man has been fined after he grabbed and pushed a fire officer to stop them carrying out vital safety checks at his work.


Roadworks: Here are some of the roads in Suffolk you will want to avoid

Roadworks: Here are some of the roads in Suffolk you will want to avoid

Roadworks: Here are some of the roads in Suffolk you will want to avoid

20 May 2021

A list of some of the roads and routes across Suffolk to avoid in the next weeks.


Mourners hear tribute to a ‘truly remarkable’ man

Mourners hear tribute to a ‘truly remarkable’ man

Mourners hear tribute to a ‘truly remarkable’ man

19 May 2021

An invited congregation of 63 said their final farewell to benefactor Simon Gibson in the parish church where he had worshipped for 50 years.


Final farewell for benefactor Simon Gibson

Final farewell for benefactor Simon Gibson

Final farewell for benefactor Simon Gibson

19 May 2021

Villagers and charity representatives are expected to turn out it force to say their final farewells to village benefactor Simon Gibson.


Police and ambulance called to house after medical emergency

Police and ambulance called to house after medical emergency

Police and ambulance called to house after medical emergency

18 May 2021

Police and ambulance crews are on the scene of a medical emergency in a Suffolk town.


Speedway rider speaks at conference of support with brain injury during lockdown

Speedway rider speaks at conference of support with brain injury during lockdown

Speedway rider speaks at conference of support with brain injury during lockdown

18 May 2021

The 17 year-old spoke about the support he had to help him study at home with a brain injury during lockdown, to mark Action for Brain Injury Week.


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