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Plea from doctors' surgery: 'Please stop calling us asking for the coronavirus vaccine'

Plea from doctors' surgery: 'Please stop calling us asking for the coronavirus vaccine'

Plea from doctors' surgery: 'Please stop calling us asking for the coronavirus vaccine'

04 December 2020

A doctors' practice in Suffolk has been forced to issue a plea to patients not to call or visit the surgery asking for the anti-virus vaccine.


Firefighters rescue van driver trapped in deep flood water

Firefighters rescue van driver trapped in deep flood water

Firefighters rescue van driver trapped in deep flood water

04 December 2020

Firefighters rescued the driver of a van trapped in deep flood water.


Suffolk hit by unexpected snow as Met Office issues weather warning

Suffolk hit by unexpected snow as Met Office issues weather warning

Suffolk hit by unexpected snow as Met Office issues weather warning

04 December 2020

In today's podcast, hear about the disruption caused by unexpected snow that fell in Suffolk in the early hours.


Shop window display competition returns to bring Christmas cheer to town

Shop window display competition returns to bring Christmas cheer to town

Shop window display competition returns to bring Christmas cheer to town

04 December 2020

Last year, 60 town centre businesses took part in the competition, with nearly 900 votes cast by people picking out their favourite Christmas windows.


Met Office issues yellow weather warning for ice across Suffolk after snowfall

Met Office issues yellow weather warning for ice across Suffolk after snowfall

Met Office issues yellow weather warning for ice across Suffolk after snowfall

04 December 2020

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for ice in Suffolk this weekend, following snowfall in the county.


Man charged with theft and criminal damage following pair of incidents

Man charged with theft and criminal damage following pair of incidents

Man charged with theft and criminal damage following pair of incidents

04 December 2020

The charges were in relation to the theft of lead valued at £600, some time between October 14 and 15, and criminal damage to a roof on July 15.


In pictures: Snow falls across the county

In pictures: Snow falls across the county

In pictures: Snow falls across the county

04 December 2020

Residents in Suffolk were quick to grab pictures of the snow which has fallen across the county this morning.


Snow causing traffic to build and delays across Suffolk

Snow causing traffic to build and delays across Suffolk

Snow causing traffic to build and delays across Suffolk

04 December 2020

Motorists are being told to allow extra time to make their journey as the county wakes up to snowfall


'Shop local' campaign launched as businesses call for town centre parking to return

'Shop local' campaign launched as businesses call for town centre parking to return

'Shop local' campaign launched as businesses call for town centre parking to return

04 December 2020

The initiative seeks to highlight the importance of supporting local businesses this Christmas, especially given the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.


Premier Travel optimistic for 2021 as first anniversary in town arrives following turbulent year

Premier Travel optimistic for 2021 as first anniversary in town arrives following turbulent year

Premier Travel optimistic for 2021 as first anniversary in town arrives following turbulent year

03 December 2020

The travel agency says they have been taking lots of bookings for late 2021 and 2022 – possibly because of news of a coronavirus vaccination.


Special constable who was diagnosed with cancer urges men to look after health all year round

Special constable who was diagnosed with cancer urges men to look after health all year round

Special constable who was diagnosed with cancer urges men to look after health all year round

03 December 2020

Mikey Mihalyfi, 28, said he may have been diagnosed earlier and begun treatment sooner if he had gone to a doctor when he first experienced symptoms.


Pubs shocked and frustrated by tier 2 restrictions on trade as coronavirus lockdown ends

Pubs shocked and frustrated by tier 2 restrictions on trade as coronavirus lockdown ends

Pubs shocked and frustrated by tier 2 restrictions on trade as coronavirus lockdown ends

03 December 2020

Under the new rules, pubs and bars must stay shut unless they are operating as restaurants, and they can only serve alcohol with “substantial meals”.


Community hails important victory in planning dispute as developer loses appeal over demolition order

Community hails important victory in planning dispute as developer loses appeal over demolition order

Community hails important victory in planning dispute as developer loses appeal over demolition order

03 December 2020

The planning inspector found the homes failed to follow planning conditions and caused harm to the local environment and residents’ living conditions.


Deputy leader to step away from councils

Deputy leader to step away from councils

Deputy leader to step away from councils

03 December 2020

Suffolk County Council’s deputy leader Mary Evans has announced she is standing down next summer.


NHS sees increase in Suffolk mental health referrals during pandemic

NHS sees increase in Suffolk mental health referrals during pandemic

NHS sees increase in Suffolk mental health referrals during pandemic

03 December 2020

Mental health services are experiencing increasing referrals as Covid-19 increases loneliness and stress.


New dress shop Vi Vi Vi aiming to serve as social hub for LGBTQ+ community

New dress shop Vi Vi Vi aiming to serve as social hub for LGBTQ+ community

New dress shop Vi Vi Vi aiming to serve as social hub for LGBTQ+ community

02 December 2020

The shop will stock handbags and jewellery, lingerie and shoes in bigger sizes for the trans community, as well as vintage dresses and clothing.


Suffolk's increasing child cruelty problem

Suffolk's increasing child cruelty problem

Suffolk's increasing child cruelty problem

02 December 2020

The number of child cruelty and neglect offences recorded by police in Suffolk has increased by 40 per cent in one year, according to new statistics.


Witness appeal after woman bitten on bottom by dog

Witness appeal after woman bitten on bottom by dog

Witness appeal after woman bitten on bottom by dog

01 December 2020

Police would like to speak to a couple, after their black and white collie-type breed dog bit a woman aged in her 30s.


Leisure centre owners 'looking forward' to welcoming customers back

Leisure centre owners 'looking forward' to welcoming customers back

Leisure centre owners 'looking forward' to welcoming customers back

01 December 2020

The chief executive of a company which runs leisure centres across Suffolk says he is 'looking forward' to welcoming customers back from Thursday.


Primary school PTA overwhelmed by community's support for Christmas prize raffle

Primary school PTA overwhelmed by community's support for Christmas prize raffle

Primary school PTA overwhelmed by community's support for Christmas prize raffle

01 December 2020

Around 40 businesses and individuals have donated prizes, including gift vouchers and hampers, to the festive draw to help raise money for the school.


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