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One person arrested after serious crash near Suffolk town

One person arrested after serious crash near Suffolk town

One person arrested after serious crash near Suffolk town

03 February 2024

One person has been arrested after a serious crash near a Suffolk town.


Revealed: The amount of debt your district council is in

Revealed: The amount of debt your district council is in

Revealed: The amount of debt your district council is in

02 February 2024

New research has revealed the amount of money councils across Suffolk owe, with one district council amassing a debt of more than £200m.

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‘A community to be proud of’: Residents celebrate Small Village of the Year win

‘A community to be proud of’: Residents celebrate Small Village of the Year win

‘A community to be proud of’: Residents celebrate Small Village of the Year win

02 February 2024

Residents have celebrated after being crowned Small Village of the Year by the Suffolk Association of Local Councils.


‘The least we can do is help them’: Award winners urge others to aid Armed Forces community

‘The least we can do is help them’: Award winners urge others to aid Armed Forces community

‘The least we can do is help them’: Award winners urge others to aid Armed Forces community

02 February 2024

The creator of one of the region’s biggest school-led remembrance services has implored more organisations to support their Armed Forces community.


Popular mobile cinema to return to town at end of month

Popular mobile cinema to return to town at end of month

Popular mobile cinema to return to town at end of month

01 February 2024

A popular mobile cinema will return to a Suffolk town at the end of the month.


Pub to start fresh chapter under new tenants

Pub to start fresh chapter under new tenants

Pub to start fresh chapter under new tenants

01 February 2024

A village pub will start a fresh chapter this weekend, as its new husband-and-wife tenants aim to re-establish its traditional roots.


‘An indulgent delight’: We review hotel’s new Masters of the Air-inspired afternoon tea

‘An indulgent delight’: We review hotel’s new Masters of the Air-inspired afternoon tea

‘An indulgent delight’: We review hotel’s new Masters of the Air-inspired afternoon tea

30 January 2024

A hotel’s new afternoon tea menu celebrates the US 487th Bombardment Group stationed nearby during World War Two.


Art gallery owner celebrates 20-years in business

Art gallery owner celebrates 20-years in business

Art gallery owner celebrates 20-years in business

29 January 2024

The owner of a gallery in Clare is celebrating 20 years in business.


Suspected drug-driver arrested after ‘suspicious vehicle’ stopped – and property raided

Suspected drug-driver arrested after ‘suspicious vehicle’ stopped – and property raided

Suspected drug-driver arrested after ‘suspicious vehicle’ stopped – and property raided

27 January 2024

Two males, including one suspected drug-driver, have been arrested after a suspicious vehicle was stopped.


‘Serial abuser’ admits to breaching rare violence order

‘Serial abuser’ admits to breaching rare violence order

‘Serial abuser’ admits to breaching rare violence order

27 January 2024

A Suffolk man who was issued a rare court order has admitted to being in breach of it – just months after being handed it.


How businessewoman’s own journey led to award nomination for service to empower female entrepreneurs

How businessewoman’s own journey led to award nomination for service to empower female entrepreneurs

How businessewoman’s own journey led to award nomination for service to empower female entrepreneurs

27 January 2024

The founder of a business support service says she hopes recognition at an annual awards event will help take her company to the next level.


Why you might have seen more police officers working in your community

Why you might have seen more police officers working in your community

Why you might have seen more police officers working in your community

26 January 2024

Nearly two months have passed since the police introduced a revamped model to help strengthen community links with the public.


‘Cutting investment in arts and culture would be damaging’: Cultural venue fears over proposed funding cuts

‘Cutting investment in arts and culture would be damaging’: Cultural venue fears over proposed funding cuts

‘Cutting investment in arts and culture would be damaging’: Cultural venue fears over proposed funding cuts

26 January 2024

A cultural landmark has warned plans to slash arts funding would damage the economy and people’s wellbeing.


Tourism poised to take off in wake of new TV drama about wartime bomber heroes

Tourism poised to take off in wake of new TV drama about wartime bomber heroes

Tourism poised to take off in wake of new TV drama about wartime bomber heroes

26 January 2024

New Apple TV series Masters of the Air predicted to attract more visitors to region.

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Tributes made to a former councillor and ‘shining star’ who ‘got stuff done’

Tributes made to a former councillor and ‘shining star’ who ‘got stuff done’

Tributes made to a former councillor and ‘shining star’ who ‘got stuff done’

25 January 2024

Tributes have been pay to a ‘kind and understanding’ former deputy leader of Suffolk County Council following her death at the age of 68.


‘It’s not a question of yes or no’: Car parking fee increase defended by council leaders

‘It’s not a question of yes or no’: Car parking fee increase defended by council leaders

‘It’s not a question of yes or no’: Car parking fee increase defended by council leaders

23 January 2024

A proposal to increase car parking fees in a Suffolk district has been defended by council leaders.

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How much this leisure centre saved on its energy bill thanks to world-first pilot

How much this leisure centre saved on its energy bill thanks to world-first pilot

How much this leisure centre saved on its energy bill thanks to world-first pilot

20 January 2024

Major savings have been announced at a leisure facility, after a world-first carbon-cutting pilot project that could be rolled out nationwide.


Schoolboy rallies community behind friend with leukaemia to raise over £4,000

Schoolboy rallies community behind friend with leukaemia to raise over £4,000

Schoolboy rallies community behind friend with leukaemia to raise over £4,000

19 January 2024

The community has rallied around a young boy battling cancer, with a fund-raising drive by his best friend’s attracting more than £4,000.


Suspected cocaine dealer appears in court after vehicle stopped

Suspected cocaine dealer appears in court after vehicle stopped

Suspected cocaine dealer appears in court after vehicle stopped

18 January 2024

A suspected cocaine dealer has been charged after officers stopped a vehicle in a village.


Couple to bring back traditional pub feel to their new village venture

Couple to bring back traditional pub feel to their new village venture

Couple to bring back traditional pub feel to their new village venture

18 January 2024

The new owners of a village watering hole will offer billiards and good cask ale as they look to bring a traditional feel back to the pub.


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