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Jacen on hand to help send the gift of song to loved ones

Jacen on hand to help send the gift of song to loved ones

Jacen on hand to help send the gift of song to loved ones

01 September 2020

If you want to put your feelings into a song for a loved one on a special day, a singer-songwriter can help you.


Fixtures released for Isthmian League and Southern League

Fixtures released for Isthmian League and Southern League

Fixtures released for Isthmian League and Southern League

28 August 2020

AFC Sudbury, Bury Town, Needham Market and Soham Town Rangers are among the local teams to discover their fixtures and confirmed season start date.


Podcast: Tackling crime, Eat Out to Help Out and the 80-year-old martial arts expert

Podcast: Tackling crime, Eat Out to Help Out and the 80-year-old martial arts expert

Podcast: Tackling crime, Eat Out to Help Out and the 80-year-old martial arts expert

28 August 2020

Listen to a round-up of this week's top stories with the SuffolkNews Podcast.


Podcast: GCSE results, panto cancellations and football season predictions

Podcast: GCSE results, panto cancellations and football season predictions

Podcast: GCSE results, panto cancellations and football season predictions

21 August 2020

Listen to a round-up of this week's top stories with the SuffolkNews Podcast.


Scout leader and former newsagent David dies at 76

Scout leader and former newsagent David dies at 76

Scout leader and former newsagent David dies at 76

21 August 2020

The funeral service for a former newsagent will be held at the church which he could see from his shop window for most of his working life.


M&S to cut 7,000 jobs

M&S to cut 7,000 jobs

M&S to cut 7,000 jobs

18 August 2020

Retail giant M&S, which has several outlets in Suffolk, is set to axe 7,000 jobs.


Good news for Suffolk as no new coronavirus cases are recorded

Good news for Suffolk as no new coronavirus cases are recorded

Good news for Suffolk as no new coronavirus cases are recorded

16 August 2020

No new cases of coronavirus have been recorded in Suffolk this week but a small spike in numbers across the border.


Podcast: Heatwaves, job losses and A-level confusion

Podcast: Heatwaves, job losses and A-level confusion

Podcast: Heatwaves, job losses and A-level confusion

14 August 2020

Listen to a roundup of this week's top stories with the SuffolkNews Podcast


A-levels 2020: Wait nearly over for students

A-levels 2020: Wait nearly over for students

A-levels 2020: Wait nearly over for students

13 August 2020

Thousands of students across Suffolk will be waiting to learn their fate this morning as this year's A-level results are released.


‘The need for the countryside has never been greater’ says National Trust director

‘The need for the countryside has never been greater’ says National Trust director

‘The need for the countryside has never been greater’ says National Trust director

10 August 2020

The National Trust is emerging from lockdown with visitors back in its nature reserves and gardens.


Man who stabbed acquaintance in argument over mobile phone jailed

Man who stabbed acquaintance in argument over mobile phone jailed

Man who stabbed acquaintance in argument over mobile phone jailed

22 July 2020

Callum Everett, of High Street, Wicken, was handed a four year sentence at Cambridge Crown Court yesterday.


Developers want to build more than 100 houses near Soham's new railway station

Developers want to build more than 100 houses near Soham's new railway station

Developers want to build more than 100 houses near Soham's new railway station

22 July 2020

Developers are wanting to build more than 100 houses near Soham’s new railway station, more then three times the approved amount.


Man jailed for high speed police chase through Soham

Man jailed for high speed police chase through Soham

Man jailed for high speed police chase through Soham

16 July 2020

A man who sped through Soham at 80mph in an attempt to escape police has been jailed.


Coronavirus: How many new Covid-19 infections are there in my area and across England?

Coronavirus: How many new Covid-19 infections are there in my area and across England?

Coronavirus: How many new Covid-19 infections are there in my area and across England?

02 July 2020

University of Cambridge researchers have reported the latest statistics on SARS-CoV-2 infections by area.


Met Office issues warning as hot weather set to come to stormy end

Met Office issues warning as hot weather set to come to stormy end

Met Office issues warning as hot weather set to come to stormy end

24 June 2020

The warning comes after a period of hot, dry weather across the region since Monday, with the storms forecast to arrive on Friday.


Police search Soham fields looking for man wanted for burglary and vehicle theft

Police search Soham fields looking for man wanted for burglary and vehicle theft

Police search Soham fields looking for man wanted for burglary and vehicle theft

22 June 2020

A man wanted for burglary and vehicle theft escaped police today after a police hunt in Soham proved unsuccessful.


Soham arsonist avoids jail for spate of attacks

Soham arsonist avoids jail for spate of attacks

Soham arsonist avoids jail for spate of attacks

22 June 2020

A Soham man who blamed his fictional twin brother for a spate of arson attacks in the town has avoided jail.


Council submits plans to build a McDonald’s and Costa drive-through next to Soham primary school

Council submits plans to build a McDonald’s and Costa drive-through next to Soham primary school

Council submits plans to build a McDonald’s and Costa drive-through next to Soham primary school

19 June 2020

A county council-owned company has submitted plans to build a McDonald’s and Costa drive-through next to a Soham school.


Soham rail plan ‘pushed through in lockdown’ claim

Soham rail plan ‘pushed through in lockdown’ claim

Soham rail plan ‘pushed through in lockdown’ claim

18 June 2020

A council has been accused of preventing public discussion of plans for a new station which, it's claimed, could cause a risk of flooding.


Newmarket's High Street set to show signs of life as government eases coronavirus lockdown rules

Newmarket's High Street set to show signs of life as government eases coronavirus lockdown rules

Newmarket's High Street set to show signs of life as government eases coronavirus lockdown rules

15 June 2020

Newmarket's High Street will start to emerge from stasis today with stores considered non-essential allowed to open for the first time.


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