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East Anglian Daily Times

A six-figure sum has been announced to designate more roads in Suffolk as quiet lanes – roads where motorists must use additional caution.

A developer has launched a bid to build 20 new homes in Norton, near Bury St Edmunds.

It’s faced a muddy two-month weather delay and a potential minefield around the coronavirus crisis – but a giant tomato glasshouse project looks set to come in ahead of schedule in December 2020 or early January.

Older people in Suffolk were conned out of over £27,000 through cyber crime, an Age UK report has found.

Opponents to plans to close off a Bury St Edmunds road to motorists have cleared the first hurdle - but the fight goes on.

Some of the biggest hospitality names in Suffolk have joined over 100 businesses in writing to the Government asking for support for the industry.

Plans for a £1.9million upgrade of Brandon Leisure Centre are set to get the green light next week.

The Government has released its latest round of coronavirus infection statistics for Suffolk and north Essex.

A 31-year-old man who took part in a knifepoint robbery at a Suffolk store during which two female assistants were told they would be stabbed if they didn’t do as they were told has been jailed for five years.

Buildings were lit up red across Ipswich and beyond last night to mark the plight of the events industry.

Rail companies around the country are waiting to get the first clear indication of the future shape of their industry which could emerge towards the end of the year with the publication of a major review of the way it operates.

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Sudbury Mercury

A six-figure sum has been announced to designate more roads in Suffolk as quiet lanes – roads where motorists must use additional caution.

Older people in Suffolk were conned out of over £27,000 through cyber crime, an Age UK report has found.

Some of the biggest hospitality names in Suffolk have joined over 100 businesses in writing to the Government asking for support for the industry.

The Government has released its latest round of coronavirus infection statistics for Suffolk and north Essex.

A children’s centre in a small Suffolk village could see a new farm shop and cafe built next door.

Asda is opening new vegan aisles in a number of stores across Suffolk and north Essex - to make it easier for shoppers to find products.

An East Anglian housebuilder has expressed delight at the unveiling of a new £40m ‘luxury hotel-standard’ headquarters near Stansted airport.

Ipswich Star

A six-figure sum has been announced to designate more roads in Suffolk as quiet lanes – roads where motorists must use additional caution.

Older people in Suffolk were conned out of over £27,000 through cyber crime, an Age UK report has found.

Opponents to plans to close off a Bury St Edmunds road to motorists have cleared the first hurdle - but the fight goes on.

Some of the biggest hospitality names in Suffolk have joined over 100 businesses in writing to the Government asking for support for the industry.

The Government has released its latest round of coronavirus infection statistics for Suffolk and north Essex.

A 31-year-old man who took part in a knifepoint robbery at a Suffolk store during which two female assistants were told they would be stabbed if they didn’t do as they were told has been jailed for five years.

Buildings were lit up red across Ipswich and beyond last night to mark the plight of the events industry.

Rail companies around the country are waiting to get the first clear indication of the future shape of their industry which could emerge towards the end of the year with the publication of a major review of the way it operates.

TSB has announced that one of its Suffolk branches will be closing its doors next year.

This week we’re all being asked our opinions on proposals for new projects for Ipswich that might be funded with £25m as part of a Town Deal scheme using direct government investment.

Suffolk has seen a shocking 75% rise in Universal Credit claims since the start of lockdown while 100,000 people in the county remain on furlough - leading to concerns about spiralling debt and housing issues.

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