Posts Tagged ‘ Suffolk ’

Suffolk: Only five blockages remain on Suffolk’s roads after storms

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December 24, 2013

Highways engineers have cleared all but five of 150 Suffolk roads blocked by debris from last night’s storms.


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Suffolk: 2014 house market recovery ‘on the cards for county’

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December 24, 2013

Suffolk’s housing market is well down the road to recovery and homes are changing hands at a much higher rate, according to property experts.


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Suffolk: Broadband top of our agenda in 2014 – says CLA

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December 24, 2013

Securing better broadband for Suffolk is top of the agenda for 2014, according to the chairman of an organisation that promotes the interests of rural land owners and businesses.
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Man sneaks into thousands of homes across Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire overnight

Families across Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire were waking up today to discover that a very welcome vistor had entered their homes through the night - as Santa Claus dropped off presents across the region.
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Suffolk/Essex: Emergency services received hundreds of calls about weather-related incidents during storm

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December 24, 2013

The emergency services in Suffolk and Essex received hundreds of weather-related calls last night as strong winds and heavy rains caused major problems across the region.
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Suffolk/Essex: People reminded to take care this evening as firefighters go on strike

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December 24, 2013

People are being reminded to take extra care tonight as firefighters in Suffolk and Essex go on strike in a national row over pensions.
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Storm update: Wind speeds reached 53mph in Suffolk and 64mph in Essex last night and more severe weather is forecast for the end of the week

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December 24, 2013

Wind speeds reached up to 53mph in Suffolk last night, according to forecasters.
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Suffolk: Police urge motorists to take care as trees come down in county because of strong winds

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December 24, 2013

Trees came down across Suffolk last night as a severe storm brought gusts of up to 70mph to the county.
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Suffolk: Christmas getaway plans for thousands could be ruined with incoming storm set to bring gusts of up to 60mph

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December 22, 2013

The Christmas getaway plans of thousands of people in Suffolk could be ruined as severe winds and heavy rain look set to batter the county tomorrow, bringing the transport network to a halt.
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Suffolk: EADT and Ipswich Star staff lend their support to BBC Radio Suffolk’s seasonal sweaters fundraising drive for Suffolk Family Carers

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December 20, 2013

BBC Radio Suffolk presenter Mark Murphy has said the reaction to a campaign he has spearheaded to raise money for Suffolk Family Carers has been “amazing”.


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Suffolk: Coffee king Eric pours energy into job as media steward at the Suffolk Show

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December 20, 2013

Continuing the Suffolk Agricultural Association’s series on introducing the senior stewards at the Suffolk Show, we catch up with Eric Morton, the recently appointed media steward who contracted out his arable farm in Badley, Needham Market, and has diversified into business units let to commercial tenants. Nowadays his main...
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Suffolk: Agricultural association celebrates year of support from existing and new sponsors

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December 20, 2013

Chris Bushby, executive director at Suffolk Agricultural Association, reflects on the year that’s gone, and the year about to begin


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Suffolk: Bosses claim mental health services are heading towards a “national crisis”

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December 19, 2013

Mental health services are heading towards a “national crisis” because of funding cuts and increasing demand, bosses in Suffolk have claimed.


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Suffolk ‘Chihuahua of Doom’ stalks the county council chamber

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December 19, 2013

UKIP councillors in Suffolk have launched an attack on the council’s ambition to become “The Greenest County” – despite attempts to attract thousands of environmental energy jobs to the county’s coast.


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Suffolk: “Chihuahua of Doom” stalks the council chamber

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December 19, 2013

UKIP councillors in Suffolk have launched an attack on the council’s ambition to become “The Greenest County” – despite attempts to attract thousands of environmental energy jobs to the county’s coast.


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Suffolk residents urged to recycle this Christmas

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December 19, 2013

With every Suffolk resident expected to throw away around 50 kilos of waste this Christmas, the Suffolk Waste Partnership is asking people to remember to recycle rather than giving to landfill.
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Specialist stroke services in Suffolk set to go 24/7

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December 19, 2013

Seven day a week stroke services are set to be introduced in Suffolk from January 6.
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Suffolk soldier’s festive message to loved ones back home

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December 19, 2013

A special Christmas message has been sent to loved ones from a Suffolk soldier currently serving in Afghanistan.
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Suffolk: Dementia support charity, The Debenham Project, backs Surviving Winter campaign

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December 19, 2013

A charity supporting dementia sufferers and their carers in Suffolk is backing the EADT’s Surviving Winter campaign to help its members through the colder months.


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Few surprises in Suffolk as provisional Government funding for councils revealed

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December 18, 2013

There were few surprises in the amount Government handed to county and district councils in Suffolk this week.
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Suffolk: MP David Ruffley helps to secure debate on EU immigration

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December 18, 2013

A Suffolk MP has said there is still time to increase pressure on the Government before it is “too late” to act on immigrants coming from Bulgaria and Romania.


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