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Thieves remove lead from community centre roof

Thieves remove lead from community centre roof

Thieves remove lead from community centre roof

22 September 2020

Lead thieves have targeted a community building, removing sheeting from the porch roof.


New Covid measures for six months, says PM

New Covid measures for six months, says PM

New Covid measures for six months, says PM

22 September 2020

The PM has addressed MPs and told them new Covid rules will stay in place for six months ahead of his announcement to the nation.


'Work from home if you can'

'Work from home if you can'

'Work from home if you can'

22 September 2020

New government restrictions are set to see pubs, bars and restaurants close at 10pm daily while people are urged to work from home wherever possible.


Rosemary, 76, to set off on 90-mile trek in support of church hit by lead theft

Rosemary, 76, to set off on 90-mile trek in support of church hit by lead theft

Rosemary, 76, to set off on 90-mile trek in support of church hit by lead theft

22 September 2020

A 76-year-old woman is set to trek 90 miles of East Anglia to connect with a family story and support a church targeted by lead thieves.


County council reveals financial implications of coronavirus

County council reveals financial implications of coronavirus

County council reveals financial implications of coronavirus

21 September 2020

A Suffolk authority has revealed the financial implications of coronavirus this year.


Plans to transform historic building into cultural arts hub unveiled at community event

Plans to transform historic building into cultural arts hub unveiled at community event

Plans to transform historic building into cultural arts hub unveiled at community event

21 September 2020

Around 350 people were offered an insight into the ambitious project to transform the Victorian-era Old School into a thriving arts venue.


Shading manufacturer celebrates national award as strong sales continue despite coronavirus

Shading manufacturer celebrates national award as strong sales continue despite coronavirus

Shading manufacturer celebrates national award as strong sales continue despite coronavirus

21 September 2020

The business, which has been running since 1987, announced it had achieved four consecutive record-breaking months for sales between May and August.


Town mayor joins pupils for unveiling of primary school's new computer suite

Town mayor joins pupils for unveiling of primary school's new computer suite

Town mayor joins pupils for unveiling of primary school's new computer suite

21 September 2020

Youngsters will be able to adopt a more interactive approach to learning, thanks to the purchase of new computing equipment.


The 10 most dangerous areas in Suffolk revealed

The 10 most dangerous areas in Suffolk revealed

The 10 most dangerous areas in Suffolk revealed

21 September 2020

Thousands of crimes are reported to police in Suffolk each month, but where are the worst hotspots for recorded crimes in the county?


Suffolk's pubs calling time for good

Suffolk's pubs calling time for good

Suffolk's pubs calling time for good

20 September 2020

There have been at least 90 pub and bar closures in the county since 2010 and the industry is now being hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.


Grenfell Tower contractor claims it was misled by Suffolk firm over insulation's fire safety

Grenfell Tower contractor claims it was misled by Suffolk firm over insulation's fire safety

Grenfell Tower contractor claims it was misled by Suffolk firm over insulation's fire safety

18 September 2020

An insulation maker has faced further accusations of misleading contractors over the safety of its product used at Grenfell Tower.


Charity's visitor and education centre restored after £300,000 rebuild following devastating fire

Charity's visitor and education centre restored after £300,000 rebuild following devastating fire

Charity's visitor and education centre restored after £300,000 rebuild following devastating fire

18 September 2020

The facility, owned by the River Stour Trust, was left a blackened ruin after a fierce blaze, which was caused by an electrical fault, back in 2018.


Family-run building services firm 'over the moon' after earning top industry award

Family-run building services firm 'over the moon' after earning top industry award

Family-run building services firm 'over the moon' after earning top industry award

18 September 2020

The company was recognised as the Best Local Builder or Traditional Craftsperson in East Anglia at the 2020 LABC Building Excellence Awards.


GP surgeries in Suffolk facing major shortfall of pneumonia vaccines this winter

GP surgeries in Suffolk facing major shortfall of pneumonia vaccines this winter

GP surgeries in Suffolk facing major shortfall of pneumonia vaccines this winter

18 September 2020

Supply issues with flu and pneumonia jabs have meant that Suffolk GP practices are receiving just one sixth of the vaccines they are requesting.


Visitors to be given insight into artists' work during weekend event

Visitors to be given insight into artists' work during weekend event

Visitors to be given insight into artists' work during weekend event

18 September 2020

Visitors are being given a rare opportunity to go behind-the-scenes of a town's fabled art collection and witness the creative processes involved.


Deputy mayor resigns over town centre parking row in response to coronavirus crisis

Deputy mayor resigns over town centre parking row in response to coronavirus crisis

Deputy mayor resigns over town centre parking row in response to coronavirus crisis

17 September 2020

Long-time councillor Simon Barrett confirmed on Tuesday that he was stepping down, following a vote on Monday to continue the temporary restrictions.


Cake maker to brave the shave to raise money for young relative with degenerative illness

Cake maker to brave the shave to raise money for young relative with degenerative illness

Cake maker to brave the shave to raise money for young relative with degenerative illness

17 September 2020

All proceeds from Sarah Casey's head shave and cake sale fundraiser this Saturday will support her eight-year-old great-nephew Joshua and his family.


MP welcomes new UK-Japan free trade deal for potential benefits to Suffolk businesses

MP welcomes new UK-Japan free trade deal for potential benefits to Suffolk businesses

MP welcomes new UK-Japan free trade deal for potential benefits to Suffolk businesses

17 September 2020

The UK-Japan Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement is the UK's first free trade deal, agreed in principle, since its departure from the EU.


Family-run garden centre unveils major expansion plans with aim of creating 120 new jobs

Family-run garden centre unveils major expansion plans with aim of creating 120 new jobs

Family-run garden centre unveils major expansion plans with aim of creating 120 new jobs

17 September 2020

A family-run garden centre in a Suffolk town is seeking planning permission for an ambitious range of upgrades.


Rugby club explores ambitious plans to redevelop site after arson attack

Rugby club explores ambitious plans to redevelop site after arson attack

Rugby club explores ambitious plans to redevelop site after arson attack

17 September 2020

A Suffolk rugby club is exploring ambitious plans to redevelop its site following a devastating arson attack earlier this year.


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