On today’s Suffolk News podcast we have the story of how Suffolk Police are clamping down on drug gangs in the county, the latest on an investigation into a sex attack, and broadcaster Bill Turnbull takes a leave of absence from his radio programme.
On today’s Suffolk News podcast we have the the story of a one-year-old Posie-Aurora Sadler-Smith, who took her first steps after her amputation, the latest on the death of music producer Karl Bareham, and the launch of a police appeal after a man was bundled into a car and robbed.
The top story in today’s Suffolk News podcast is the burst water mains which caused chaos in one county town, seeing children sent home from school and drivers delayed. Also a former jockey was found guilty of assaulting his ex-girlfriend and the weather warning for Suffolk.
On today’s Suffolk News podcast we have the story of an Ipswich doctor who was jailed for 18 months for for perverting the course of justice, West Suffolk Hospital’s temporary boss has said it was 'absolutely the right thing to do' for midwives to flag concerns over care with the health watchdog and media, and Town have banned a fan from their ground.
We have reaction following the news from one of our neighbouring counties that MP Sir David Amess has died after being stabbed in his Essex constituency.
A man who threatened a teenager with a screwdriver in Lowestoft and stole £2,000 worth of his belongings has been jailed.
Meanwhile, a high street store which has stood empty since 2013 could soon be getting a new lease of life.
Police have released bodycam footage showing the terrifying moment a crazed gunman pointed a shotgun at officers.
Controversial plans to reduce free parking across south Suffolk will not come into force in January, as they've been put on hold.
Meanwhile, the number of patients seen by GPs at surgeries in Suffolk has almost doubled, according to health leaders.
A father and son have appeared in court charged with the murder of a man in his 40s.
And a woman says she’s scared to leave her house after it was burgled while she was in hospital.
Meanwhile, a young woman has set up her own gluten-free food business after a bacon sandwich made her so ill, she had to spend the next three days in bed.
An inquest could look at what authorities did or didn’t do to protect a vulnerable man who was murdered when he was drowned in a river. Struggling families hit by the cut to Universal Credit are being urged to take up weekly Healthy Start vouchers to buy fresh groceries. And a retired couple’s pair of carved sphinxes that sat on their front lawn for 15 years have sold for a six-figure sum after they were found to be genuine artefacts from ancient Egypt.
A man has died after an incident on the Orwell Bridge in Ipswich.
And police have also confirmed today a man and a teenage boy have been re-arrested on suspicion of murder after a man died of stab wounds.
Meanwhile, a university student has seen his brownie business boom during lockdown and hopes to make his company a household name.
And excavations have uncovered evidence of an Anglo-Saxon settlement near Rendlesham.
On today’s podcast we have the latest on an industrial accident in Suffolk, plans revealed for an improved vetting process for the county’s police officers and the hunt for those responsible for gluing nails and glass onto children’s play equipment.
Tim Passmore, Police and Crime Commissioner, speaks to Jason Noble, Local Democracy Reporter, about the police vetting procedure and policing levels in the west of the county compared to other districts.
A man in his 50s has been left with life-changing injuries after a three-vehicle crash on the A143 at Chedburgh.
Meanwhile, police are seeking witnesses after a man wielding a crowbar stole cash from inside a till at a village shop.
And a woman from Bury St Edmunds says she felt she had no option but to pull out 11 of her own teeth, as she couldn’t get a dentist appointment.
In today’s podcast, drivers have become stuck in flood water as heavy rain causes chaos across the county. The leadership team at a Haverhill school have been accused of endorsing a ‘culture of cheating’ during a professional conduct hearing. An interim plan to restore community use of a school-owned sports facility has been agreed. And work has begun on the Gull Wing bridge in Lowestoft.
On today's Suffolk News podcast we have the latest on a bus crash which saw the driver die, three senior teachers are facing a professional conduct panel, police stand guard outside a county home, and Paul Hollywood is set to visit Suffolk.
On today's podcast we have the news that a man has been released on bail following a Feltwell hit and run, a family have been left ‘horrified’ as trolls use daughter's death as an anti-vaccine story and a Sudbury mum's anguish as review confirms mistakes were made in handling of daughter's death. Also, we have the latest on missing Ipswich man, Mason Seymour, and the story of a Mildenhall pensioner who appeared in a Sam Fender music video.
In today's podcast we have the latest on a Feltwell hit and run that left a man fighting for his life. We also share tributes from a dad who's 17-year-old daughter died in her sleep on September 14, and hear calls from a Suffolk councillor to replace plans for 50 homes with a sport and recreation centre.
On the podcast today, the family of a veteran who went missing 10 months ago said they are 'devastated' after police announced his death. We also share the worries of wildlife volunteers who are urging dog owners to keep their pets on leads after a poorly seal pup was attacked on a beach, and we have the latest on missing man, Jamie Wilkinson.
In today's podcast we have the latest on an A143 crash that saw a trailer overturn causing traffic disruption, an accident on a Bury St Edmunds playing field that an air ambulance was called to and proposals for a travellers' site in Worlington.
In today's podcast we have the latest on a police investigation after a brawl at Newmarket's Rowley Mile racecourse, Aldi is set to pump more than £1bn into its stores and could open four new outlets in Suffolk, and a councillor appeals for calm amid fuel panic.