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Podcast: Kesgrave shooting, Covid in schools and lifetime achievement award for pub couple

Podcast: Kesgrave shooting, Covid in schools and lifetime achievement award for pub couple

Podcast: Kesgrave shooting, Covid in schools and lifetime achievement award for pub couple

11 September 2020

Listen to a roundup of this week's top stories, including the arrest of a teenager over a shooting and school pupils having to self-isolate.


Data shows one in four new coronavirus cases in county among people aged 15 to 25

Data shows one in four new coronavirus cases in county among people aged 15 to 25

Data shows one in four new coronavirus cases in county among people aged 15 to 25

08 September 2020

More than a quarter of new coronavirus cases in Suffolk are among people aged between 15 and 25, shock new data reveals.


Concerns for driver's welfare after car found abandoned on A12 in Suffolk

Concerns for driver's welfare after car found abandoned on A12 in Suffolk

Concerns for driver's welfare after car found abandoned on A12 in Suffolk

08 September 2020

A car left unattended on the A12 in Suffolk with its engine still running has led police to become concerned about the welfare of its occupants.


Parkruns to return next month

Parkruns to return next month

Parkruns to return next month

08 September 2020

Orgainsers have announced Parkruns are set to return across the country at the end of October.


Rare birds raise first chicks in Suffolk for 300 years

Rare birds raise first chicks in Suffolk for 300 years

Rare birds raise first chicks in Suffolk for 300 years

08 September 2020

A rare species of bird has successfully raised chicks for the first time in Suffolk for 300 years.


'The biggest thing for parents is to take the pressure off'

'The biggest thing for parents is to take the pressure off'

'The biggest thing for parents is to take the pressure off'

08 September 2020

On International Literacy Day a leading reading charity has given advice to parents who are worried their children have fallen behind in lockdown.


Suffolk's Eat Out to Help Out success in numbers

Suffolk's Eat Out to Help Out success in numbers

Suffolk's Eat Out to Help Out success in numbers

04 September 2020

Restaurant-goers in Suffolk enjoyed more than half a million meals through the Eat Out to Help Out scheme last month.


Hunt for man who stole handful of cash from petrol station

Hunt for man who stole handful of cash from petrol station

Hunt for man who stole handful of cash from petrol station

02 September 2020

A man who was caught on CCTV stealing a handful of cash from a petrol station is being hunted by police.


Police warn of 'zero-tolerance approach' to illegal gatherings ahead of bank holiday weekend

Police warn of 'zero-tolerance approach' to illegal gatherings ahead of bank holiday weekend

Police warn of 'zero-tolerance approach' to illegal gatherings ahead of bank holiday weekend

28 August 2020

There will be a zero-tolerance approach to illegal raves, unlicensed music events and parties in Suffolk as tougher measures come into force.


Man who absconded from prison arrested in Cambridgeshire

Man who absconded from prison arrested in Cambridgeshire

Man who absconded from prison arrested in Cambridgeshire

28 August 2020

A 22-year-old who absconded from a Suffolk prison has been arrested two weeks after he went missing, police have confirmed.


Weather warning issued for thunderstorms and heavy rain across county

Weather warning issued for thunderstorms and heavy rain across county

Weather warning issued for thunderstorms and heavy rain across county

27 August 2020

After days full of grey skies brought by Storm Francis, people in Suffolk have been warned to expect more thunderstorms and rain.


Renewed appeal to trace prison absconder missing for two weeks

Renewed appeal to trace prison absconder missing for two weeks

Renewed appeal to trace prison absconder missing for two weeks

27 August 2020

Police are still looking to trace John Biddle who absconded from a Suffolk prison earlier this month.


Residents warned to 'stay indoors' as Storm Francis hits Suffolk

Residents warned to 'stay indoors' as Storm Francis hits Suffolk

Residents warned to 'stay indoors' as Storm Francis hits Suffolk

25 August 2020

Residents have been warned of possible power cuts and travel disruption as Storm Francis hits the county.


Who do Suffolk's blue plaques commemorate?

Who do Suffolk's blue plaques commemorate?

Who do Suffolk's blue plaques commemorate?

24 August 2020

They are dotted across the country and point out places of significance - but where are Suffolk’s blue plaques and who, or what, do they commemorate?


Archaeology project exploring village's Saxon history extended

Archaeology project exploring village's Saxon history extended

Archaeology project exploring village's Saxon history extended

21 August 2020

A key archaeology project in Suffolk has been forced to cancel public events and fieldwork because of the coronavirus pandemic.


GCSEs 2020: All the latest on Suffolk's results

GCSEs 2020: All the latest on Suffolk's results

GCSEs 2020: All the latest on Suffolk's results

20 August 2020

Students across Suffolk are receiving their GCSE results today, after confusion about how the grades would be determined in recent weeks.


'Shock' for family after finding polecat in piano

'Shock' for family after finding polecat in piano

'Shock' for family after finding polecat in piano

19 August 2020

A Suffolk family discovered they had a surprise visitor when they found a polecat in their piano this week.


Exotic spiders make Suffolk their home thanks to council's rewilding project

Exotic spiders make Suffolk their home thanks to council's rewilding project

Exotic spiders make Suffolk their home thanks to council's rewilding project

17 August 2020

An exotic spider species has been making Suffolk its home this summer thanks to wild grasses being allowed to grow.


Council buys new electric vehicles in step towards carbon neutral goal

Council buys new electric vehicles in step towards carbon neutral goal

Council buys new electric vehicles in step towards carbon neutral goal

17 August 2020

Six electric vehicles have been bought by a council for its fleet as part of measures to reduce its carbon impact.


All you need to know about the mysteries behind Suffolk's missing people

All you need to know about the mysteries behind Suffolk's missing people

All you need to know about the mysteries behind Suffolk's missing people

17 August 2020

In Suffolk, there are six missing person cases sitting unsolved with families no closer to knowing what happened to their loved ones.


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