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In the podcast we have the story of a Newmarket man who died after he became unwell at a music event in Manchester.

Twenty-year-old James Diss died in Manchester’s Royal Infirmary where he was taken after he collapsed at The Warehouse Project.

His parents Andrew and Tracy told Suffolk News it was a tragedy his life had been cut short.

We also have the latest on the inquest into a baby girl who was discovered dead at a Suffolk recycling centre.

And we have the the news that the county's gritters have never been busier.

New data from Suffolk Highways today revealed gritting runs have nearly doubled from 30 years ago.

Highways bosses have said that more accurate forecasting means the service is able to better predict when gritting runs will be needed, while a breakdown of geographical areas means some gritting runs only target part of the road network if that threshold is not met all across the county.

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