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‘Prolific’ burglar jailed for four years after string of thefts

‘Prolific’ burglar jailed for four years after string of thefts

‘Prolific’ burglar jailed for four years after string of thefts

17 January 2024

A ‘prolific’ burglar who targeted people’s homes and caused ‘misery and distress’ to his victims has been sentenced after a string of thefts.


Second round of consultation launched on October half-term break extension at group of schools

Second round of consultation launched on October half-term break extension at group of schools

Second round of consultation launched on October half-term break extension at group of schools

17 January 2024

School staff and parents are being encouraged to take part in consultation on whether or not to continue with an extended October half-term break.


Nearly £4m in upgrades to be made at water facilities

Nearly £4m in upgrades to be made at water facilities

Nearly £4m in upgrades to be made at water facilities

17 January 2024

Anglian Water has invested more nearly £4m to protect rivers in Suffolk and south Norfolk.


Firefighters battle blaze that spread from hedge to car, sheds and house

Firefighters battle blaze that spread from hedge to car, sheds and house

Firefighters battle blaze that spread from hedge to car, sheds and house

17 January 2024

Five firefighter crews were called to a fire in Suffolk which spread from a hedge to a house and car.


Three crews called to chimney fire in Suffolk village

Three crews called to chimney fire in Suffolk village

Three crews called to chimney fire in Suffolk village

14 January 2024

Firefighters were called to a chimney fire at a semi-detached property in a Suffolk village.


Catering firm excited to take reins at art gallery café

Catering firm excited to take reins at art gallery café

Catering firm excited to take reins at art gallery café

14 January 2024

A museum celebrating a famous Suffolk artist has enlisted the help of a catering company on the rise, to take the reins at the venue’s on-site café.


‘Let girls play’: How boot libraries aim to expand access to football

‘Let girls play’: How boot libraries aim to expand access to football

‘Let girls play’: How boot libraries aim to expand access to football

13 January 2024

A partnership says that the biggest barrier to equal access to football in schools remains the lack of football boots available for girls.


Future of nine takeaway stores in Suffolk remains unclear

Future of nine takeaway stores in Suffolk remains unclear

Future of nine takeaway stores in Suffolk remains unclear

12 January 2024

The future of a popular pizza chain in Suffolk is unclear, with national reports suggesting some sites may be forced to close.


This is why a Suffolk road will be closed for more than a week

This is why a Suffolk road will be closed for more than a week

This is why a Suffolk road will be closed for more than a week

12 January 2024

Drivers have been warned of delays close to a Suffolk town as a result of ongoing roadworks.


Plans for café and toilet block at Suffolk park given green light

Plans for café and toilet block at Suffolk park given green light

Plans for café and toilet block at Suffolk park given green light

11 January 2024

Plans for a community café and toilet block at a popular park in Suffolk have been given the go ahead.


‘It’s a new year and a new start’: Duo take over the reins at village pub

‘It’s a new year and a new start’: Duo take over the reins at village pub

‘It’s a new year and a new start’: Duo take over the reins at village pub

11 January 2024

Two experienced landlords have taken over at a Suffolk pub, promising a community feel and the best roast dinners in the area.


Cash grants awarded to charities to help with increased pressures from cost-of-living crisis

Cash grants awarded to charities to help with increased pressures from cost-of-living crisis

Cash grants awarded to charities to help with increased pressures from cost-of-living crisis

11 January 2024

Vital cash grants totaling £91,000 have been awarded to three organisations in south Suffolk, to ensure they can continue delivering their services.


Major road near Suffolk town partially blocked after two-vehicle crash

Major road near Suffolk town partially blocked after two-vehicle crash

Major road near Suffolk town partially blocked after two-vehicle crash

11 January 2024

A major road near a Suffolk town was partially blocked after a two-vehicle crash.


How road sign change could divert HGV traffic from town’s most congested areas

How road sign change could divert HGV traffic from town’s most congested areas

How road sign change could divert HGV traffic from town’s most congested areas

11 January 2024

A road signage error on a key interchange has prompted calls to use the opportunity to implement changes to its directions.


‘We have no other choice’: Row continues as increase in car parking charges takes step forward

‘We have no other choice’: Row continues as increase in car parking charges takes step forward

‘We have no other choice’: Row continues as increase in car parking charges takes step forward

10 January 2024

A row over car parking fees has continued after councillors said they had no other choice but to start charging for short stays.


Thousands of empty houses and second homes to see Council Tax hike

Thousands of empty houses and second homes to see Council Tax hike

Thousands of empty houses and second homes to see Council Tax hike

10 January 2024

Thousands of long-term empty houses and second homes in two councils are set to see a significant Council Tax hike.


Town’s new toilets open to public following major £50k revamp

Town’s new toilets open to public following major £50k revamp

Town’s new toilets open to public following major £50k revamp

09 January 2024

Newly refurbished public toilets are open to the public following weeks of work which cost more than £50,000.


Restaurant owners announce move after 10 ‘fantastic’ years in historic building

Restaurant owners announce move after 10 ‘fantastic’ years in historic building

Restaurant owners announce move after 10 ‘fantastic’ years in historic building

09 January 2024

Owners of a popular restaurant have announced the establishment will be moving after a decade at its current site.


DVD counterfeiter ordered to pay nearly £130,000 by court

DVD counterfeiter ordered to pay nearly £130,000 by court

DVD counterfeiter ordered to pay nearly £130,000 by court

09 January 2024

A DVD counterfeiter has been ordered to pay nearly £130,000 by a court after being found guilty of two offences.


The firm targeting continued growth after meteoric rise

The firm targeting continued growth after meteoric rise

The firm targeting continued growth after meteoric rise

09 January 2024

The company cited the pandemic as the catalyst that accelerated growth beyond its projections, changing both customer behaviour and its own approach.


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