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Podcast: Carers struggle to attend appointments in fuel crisis and fights break out at Newmarket racecourse

Podcast: Carers struggle to attend appointments in fuel crisis and fights break out at Newmarket racecourse

Podcast: Carers struggle to attend appointments in fuel crisis and fights break out at Newmarket racecourse

27 September 2021

Carers struggle in fuel crisis, road closed as lorry overturns and hits building, and fights break out at Newmarket racecourse.


Ministers appeal for fuel calm as Johnson draws back from deploying troops

Ministers appeal for fuel calm as Johnson draws back from deploying troops

Ministers appeal for fuel calm as Johnson draws back from deploying troops

27 September 2021

Ministers have issued a fresh appeal to motorists to stop panic buying as Boris Johnson drew back from plans to deploy troops.


Police appeal for witnesses after car is stolen from lay-by

Police appeal for witnesses after car is stolen from lay-by

Police appeal for witnesses after car is stolen from lay-by

27 September 2021

Police are appealing for witnesses after a car was stolen from a lay-by on the B1106.


PM ‘considering sending in Army’ to drive fuel trucks as pumps run dry

PM ‘considering sending in Army’ to drive fuel trucks as pumps run dry

PM ‘considering sending in Army’ to drive fuel trucks as pumps run dry

27 September 2021

Boris Johnson is said to be considering whether to call in soldiers to deliver fuel to petrol stations as pumps ran dry after of panic buying,


Tales from the skies by a police helicopter observer

Tales from the skies by a police helicopter observer

Tales from the skies by a police helicopter observer

27 September 2021

From life-saving rescues to a horse that grassed-up a suspect, Adrian Bleese saw it all during 12 years as a police helicopter observer.


Karen Cannard's column: A harsh reminder, 60 years on

Karen Cannard's column: A harsh reminder, 60 years on

Karen Cannard's column: A harsh reminder, 60 years on

26 September 2021

My recent musings have taken me back to the 1980s, prompted by the arrival of a review copy of Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring.


Police boss vows not to give up on issue of fairer funding for Suffolk

Police boss vows not to give up on issue of fairer funding for Suffolk

Police boss vows not to give up on issue of fairer funding for Suffolk

26 September 2021

Suffolk's police and crime commissioner has vowed to continue fighting for fairer funding of the county's police force.


Six of the best Sunday roasts our county has to offer

Six of the best Sunday roasts our county has to offer

Six of the best Sunday roasts our county has to offer

26 September 2021

Looking for a roast dinner to rival your gran's this Sunday? Look no further as we share our favourite Suffolk Sunday lunches.


Suffolk's response to coronavirus to be reviewed as council looks to learn lessons from pandemic

Suffolk's response to coronavirus to be reviewed as council looks to learn lessons from pandemic

Suffolk's response to coronavirus to be reviewed as council looks to learn lessons from pandemic

25 September 2021

A 'lessons learned' analysis of Suffolk's response to the Covid-19 pandemic is set to get underway over the next couple of months.


Wait for invitation for Covid booster jab, Suffolk's health bosses say

Wait for invitation for Covid booster jab, Suffolk's health bosses say

Wait for invitation for Covid booster jab, Suffolk's health bosses say

25 September 2021

People across Suffolk have been told to wait for invitations for booster Covid-19 jabs - and won't be accepted at walk-in clinics.


Panic buying fuel is leaving carers unable to visit Suffolk's most vulnerable residents, councillor warns

Panic buying fuel is leaving carers unable to visit Suffolk's most vulnerable residents, councillor warns

Panic buying fuel is leaving carers unable to visit Suffolk's most vulnerable residents, councillor warns

25 September 2021

Carers have been unable to provide urgent care to some of the most vulnerable residents as they can't get fuel or are waiting in queues for hours.


'Please be kind and supportive,' health bosses urge after reports of doctors being verbally abused

'Please be kind and supportive,' health bosses urge after reports of doctors being verbally abused

'Please be kind and supportive,' health bosses urge after reports of doctors being verbally abused

25 September 2021

Health chiefs in Suffolk have issued a fresh plea to people across the county to be kind and supportive of GPs, after reports of increasing abuse.


Princess Anne visits, a new splashpad for children, and a school celebrating 70 years, this is Suffolk's week in pictures

Princess Anne visits, a new splashpad for children, and a school celebrating 70 years, this is Suffolk's week in pictures

Princess Anne visits, a new splashpad for children, and a school celebrating 70 years, this is Suffolk's week in pictures

25 September 2021

Students celebrate the 70th anniversary of a school, Princess Anne visits, and a new splashpad is a hit, this is Suffolk's week in pictures.


Thousands of 12-15 year olds to be given Covid-19 jab

Thousands of 12-15 year olds to be given Covid-19 jab

Thousands of 12-15 year olds to be given Covid-19 jab

25 September 2021

Most of Suffolk's 16-18 year olds have had a Covid-19 vaccination, according to latest data – with thousands of younger teenagers to be jabbed.


Podcast: Fuel shortage fears across Suffolk, lorry driver taken to hospital after A14 hit and run, and growing Covid-19 cases in schools

Podcast: Fuel shortage fears across Suffolk, lorry driver taken to hospital after A14 hit and run, and growing Covid-19 cases in schools

Podcast: Fuel shortage fears across Suffolk, lorry driver taken to hospital after A14 hit and run, and growing Covid-19 cases in schools

24 September 2021

On today’s Suffolk News podcast we have the latest about the queues outside petrol stations in the county, with some running out of fuel.


1,200 students in Suffolk have tested positive for coronavirus in past fortnight

1,200 students in Suffolk have tested positive for coronavirus in past fortnight

1,200 students in Suffolk have tested positive for coronavirus in past fortnight

24 September 2021

Latest data has revealed that 22 Suffolk schools and colleges have 10 or more positive Covid-19 cases, as around 1,200 students tested positive.


Campaigners demand council leader promises appropriate school places for SEND children

Campaigners demand council leader promises appropriate school places for SEND children

Campaigners demand council leader promises appropriate school places for SEND children

24 September 2021

Campaigners fighting for improvements to Suffolk’s SEND system have demanded the council vows no child is without an appropriate placement.


County's petrol stations out of fuel or swamped as drivers panic buy

County's petrol stations out of fuel or swamped as drivers panic buy

County's petrol stations out of fuel or swamped as drivers panic buy

24 September 2021

Petrol stations in Suffolk have run out of fuel, amid fears that people are panic-buying.


Podcast: Man charged after staff threatened with toy gun and photographer reveals sinister message behind cute seal snap

Podcast: Man charged after staff threatened with toy gun and photographer reveals sinister message behind cute seal snap

Podcast: Man charged after staff threatened with toy gun and photographer reveals sinister message behind cute seal snap

23 September 2021

On today’s podcast, a Lowestoft man has been charged with possession of a firearm after he allegedly threatened kebab shop staff with a toy gun.


Walk-in vaccination centres open their doors

Walk-in vaccination centres open their doors

Walk-in vaccination centres open their doors

23 September 2021

Unjabbed residents are being invited to attend walk-in centres across the county as health bosses try to vaccinate as many people as possible.


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