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Chief constable on schoolboy shooting, bones discovery and coronavirus

Chief constable on schoolboy shooting, bones discovery and coronavirus

Chief constable on schoolboy shooting, bones discovery and coronavirus

19 September 2020

In his first column for Suffolk News, chief constable Steve Jupp shares his thoughts on the coronavirus guidelines and the county's major incidents.


Surreal test experience brought tears to my eyes

Surreal test experience brought tears to my eyes

Surreal test experience brought tears to my eyes

16 May 2020

Reporter Camille Berriman recounts her coronavirus test experience.


Personal view: More exercise means more struggle - even if I'm cycling

Personal view: More exercise means more struggle - even if I'm cycling

Personal view: More exercise means more struggle - even if I'm cycling

04 May 2020

William Mata's Bury Free Press column


Coronavirus log: The unsung heroes who have gained my respect

Coronavirus log: The unsung heroes who have gained my respect

Coronavirus log: The unsung heroes who have gained my respect

29 April 2020

Sports editor Russell Claydon considers the unsung heroes of the coronavirus pandemic.


Coronavirus log: When the new normal makes you evaluate life after lockdown

Coronavirus log: When the new normal makes you evaluate life after lockdown

Coronavirus log: When the new normal makes you evaluate life after lockdown

26 April 2020

Reporter Camille Berriman is taking things one day at a time.


Coronavirus log: Doing my bit to keep the nation safe

Coronavirus log: Doing my bit to keep the nation safe

Coronavirus log: Doing my bit to keep the nation safe

24 April 2020

An emptyheaded Graham Turner explains how he sat out the bank holiday


Coronavirus Log: Lockdown has freed up some time for me to plug the gaps, says Barry Peters

Coronavirus Log: Lockdown has freed up some time for me to plug the gaps, says Barry Peters

Coronavirus Log: Lockdown has freed up some time for me to plug the gaps, says Barry Peters

20 April 2020

Editor Barry Peters has been catching up on some cultural treats


Coronavirus log: I miss my family but I'm one of the lucky ones

Coronavirus log: I miss my family but I'm one of the lucky ones

Coronavirus log: I miss my family but I'm one of the lucky ones

17 April 2020

Reporter Rhoda Morrison reflects on the difficulties faced by families who are forced to stay apart during the coronavirus crisis.


Coronavirus log: The invisible enemy of 2020

Coronavirus log: The invisible enemy of 2020

Coronavirus log: The invisible enemy of 2020

14 April 2020

Editor Barry Peters muses on our invisible enemy for today's Coronavirus Log.


Coronavirus log: Is yet more evil still to be unleashed?

Coronavirus log: Is yet more evil still to be unleashed?

Coronavirus log: Is yet more evil still to be unleashed?

10 April 2020

Editor Barry Peters fears we may have only just seen the start of the evil which viruses could inflict in the future.


Coronavirus log: I’m increasingly grateful to fellow sports nerds on YouTube

Coronavirus log: I’m increasingly grateful to fellow sports nerds on YouTube

Coronavirus log: I’m increasingly grateful to fellow sports nerds on YouTube

07 April 2020

William Mata tries new ways to fill a sporting hole.


Coronavirus Log: Where, when and how does this all end?

Coronavirus Log: Where, when and how does this all end?

Coronavirus Log: Where, when and how does this all end?

06 April 2020

Reporter Camille Berriman learns that juggling is a useful skill when working from home with an exuberant three-year-old.


Coronavirus Log: An illuminating read for lockdown

Coronavirus Log: An illuminating read for lockdown

Coronavirus Log: An illuminating read for lockdown

04 April 2020

Reporters and colleagues are producing a daily log reflecting on life under lockdown. Today, it's Graham Turner.


Coronavirus Log: An illuminating read for lockdown

Coronavirus Log: An illuminating read for lockdown

Coronavirus Log: An illuminating read for lockdown

04 April 2020

Reporters and colleagues are producing a daily log reflecting on life under lockdown. Today, it's Graham Turner.


Coronavirus Log: An illuminating read for lockdown

Coronavirus Log: An illuminating read for lockdown

Coronavirus Log: An illuminating read for lockdown

04 April 2020

Reporters and colleagues are producing a daily log reflecting on life under lockdown. Today, it's Graham Turner.


Coronavirus Log: An illuminating read for lockdown

Coronavirus Log: An illuminating read for lockdown

Coronavirus Log: An illuminating read for lockdown

04 April 2020

Reporters and colleagues are producing a daily log reflecting on life under lockdown. Today, it's Graham Turner.


Coronavirus log: We are becoming a nation of police informants and egotists

Coronavirus log: We are becoming a nation of police informants and egotists

Coronavirus log: We are becoming a nation of police informants and egotists

01 April 2020

It's not all community spirit, says reporter Dan Barker, the coronavirus lockdown has to serve as a warning as well.


Coronavirus Log: The positives of living under lockdown by editor Barry Peters

Coronavirus Log: The positives of living under lockdown by editor Barry Peters

Coronavirus Log: The positives of living under lockdown by editor Barry Peters

31 March 2020

Is there a positive to be found in the lockdown? Editor Barry Peters discovered five...


Coronavirus log: Lockdown's impact on nan's funeral

Coronavirus log: Lockdown's impact on nan's funeral

Coronavirus log: Lockdown's impact on nan's funeral

30 March 2020

Deputy sports editor Liam Apicella reflects on how the pandemic made saying goodbye to his nan an even sadder affair than it would have been.


Coronavirus Log: How self-isolation has become a strange new reality

Coronavirus Log: How self-isolation has become a strange new reality

Coronavirus Log: How self-isolation has become a strange new reality

29 March 2020

While a change in routine can help to recharge our batteries, remaining at home for the foreseeable future doesn't seem to hold the same appeal.


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