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Suffolk SEND review details announced

Suffolk SEND review details announced

Suffolk SEND review details announced

18 June 2021

A review of elements within Suffolk’s special educational needs and disabilities service is to be carried out from next week, it has been announced.


Pride flag cut up in hate crime incident at town's allotments

Pride flag cut up in hate crime incident at town's allotments

Pride flag cut up in hate crime incident at town's allotments

15 June 2021

A rainbow flag celebrating LGBTQ+ communities has been damaged in a Suffolk town in what police are treating as a hate crime during Pride month.


Two men who went missing from Suffolk prison arrested in London

Two men who went missing from Suffolk prison arrested in London

Two men who went missing from Suffolk prison arrested in London

14 June 2021

Two men who had absconded from a Suffolk prison have been arrested and returned to jail after they were found in London at the weekend.


SEND care in Suffolk to be reviewed

SEND care in Suffolk to be reviewed

SEND care in Suffolk to be reviewed

13 June 2021

An independent review is to be held looking into how SEND care is carried out in Suffolk.


Four people taken to hospital after two-vehicle crash in village

Four people taken to hospital after two-vehicle crash in village

Four people taken to hospital after two-vehicle crash in village

09 June 2021

Four people have been taken to hospital and a road is closed following a crash in a Suffolk village.


Stolen car failed to stop after crash on A12

Stolen car failed to stop after crash on A12

Stolen car failed to stop after crash on A12

09 June 2021

Police are searching for witnesses after a stolen car was involved in a crash on the A12 in Suffolk and failed to stop at the scene.


Council considers curbing firework displays on its land over environment concerns

Council considers curbing firework displays on its land over environment concerns

Council considers curbing firework displays on its land over environment concerns

03 June 2021

Firework displays on council-owned land could become a thing of the past in a Suffolk district amid concerns over their impact on the environment.


Convicted burglar who had absconded from prison detained in village

Convicted burglar who had absconded from prison detained in village

Convicted burglar who had absconded from prison detained in village

03 June 2021

A convicted burglar who had been reported missing from a Suffolk prison has been found and detained.


Police seek witness to alleged forest incident after man is arrested on suspicion of assaulting woman

Police seek witness to alleged forest incident after man is arrested on suspicion of assaulting woman

Police seek witness to alleged forest incident after man is arrested on suspicion of assaulting woman

02 June 2021

A man has been arrested on suspicion of assault after an alleged incident at Rendlesham Forest last week, and police are now seeking a witness.


Brothers band together to form music hub

Brothers band together to form music hub

Brothers band together to form music hub

30 May 2021

A pair of brothers, one a singer-songwriter and the other a web-designer, have joined forces to help music get back on its feet.


The amazing treasures found at region's National Trust properties

The amazing treasures found at region's National Trust properties

The amazing treasures found at region's National Trust properties

30 May 2021

Every object tells a story... and the National Trust has more than a million to choose from.


Warning as puppy dies from eating common garden plant

Warning as puppy dies from eating common garden plant

Warning as puppy dies from eating common garden plant

28 May 2021

A woman as was issued an urgent warning to all dog owners after her puppy died having eaten a common garden plant.


Man's Amazon adventure will pay for charity's services for the day in baby grandson's memory

Man's Amazon adventure will pay for charity's services for the day in baby grandson's memory

Man's Amazon adventure will pay for charity's services for the day in baby grandson's memory

28 May 2021

A man will cover the costs of a charity's services on what would have been his grandson's birthday, after completing a jungle ultra-marathon.


Eating disorder service given nearly £1million investment

Eating disorder service given nearly £1million investment

Eating disorder service given nearly £1million investment

26 May 2021

A pair of clinical commissioning groups this week decided to invest nearly £1 million into the East and West Suffolk Eating Disorder Service.


Retirement complex plans rejected over fears for loss of public parking and recreation space

Retirement complex plans rejected over fears for loss of public parking and recreation space

Retirement complex plans rejected over fears for loss of public parking and recreation space

26 May 2021

Delayed plans for 41 sheltered housing homes have been refused amid concerns of lost public parking and a recreation space.


This is why Suffolk residents received emergency alerts

This is why Suffolk residents received emergency alerts

This is why Suffolk residents received emergency alerts

25 May 2021

People in Suffolk were warned to expect to hear a loud siren-like sound on their phones as the Government tested a new system.


Ed Sheeran films live set for Radio 1's Big Weekend at Suffolk venue

Ed Sheeran films live set for Radio 1's Big Weekend at Suffolk venue

Ed Sheeran films live set for Radio 1's Big Weekend at Suffolk venue

24 May 2021

A Suffolk venue will provide the backdrop to a live set performed by Ed Sheeran when it is enjoyed by thousands of people this Bank Holiday weekend.


GPS equipment worth £24,000 stolen from rural vehicles

GPS equipment worth £24,000 stolen from rural vehicles

GPS equipment worth £24,000 stolen from rural vehicles

12 May 2021

Police are seeking witnesses after GPS systems worth tens of thousands of pounds were stolen from rural vehicles in Suffolk in the last week.


Left in the dark: A family's 15-year fight for answers

Left in the dark: A family's 15-year fight for answers

Left in the dark: A family's 15-year fight for answers

12 May 2021

Suffolk teenager Luke Durbin went missing 15 years ago today and his family are no closer to knowing where he is or what happened to him.


Tim Passmore re-elected as Suffolk PCC

Tim Passmore re-elected as Suffolk PCC

Tim Passmore re-elected as Suffolk PCC

08 May 2021

Tim Passmore will continue as the Suffolk Police and Crime Commissioner after securing the 2021 local election with his biggest victory.


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