Andrew Papworth

The deadline is nearing for people who want to apply to become “interested parties” who will have their say on the examination of the application to build Sizewell C.

A Suffolk farm has created a giant maze which pays tribute to NHS key workers following the Covid-19 crisis.

This is Suffolk police’s Kestrel team - a brand new group of seven officers recruited especially to fight the most prolific crimes which risk blighting the lives of the county’s residents.

Struggling tenants facing eviction during the Covid-19 crisis could be saved by an expansion in the Suffolk Law Centre’s (SLC) Housing Legal Aid service.

A looming rise in domestic abuse in the wake of Covid-19 could be a “hidden danger - and sometimes a hidden killer”, a Suffolk charity has warned.

Andrew Papworth writes about his recent speed awareness course - and how he believes they can educate speeding drivers for the better.

A volunteer centre hit by the extra costs of PPE during the Covid-19 crisis has benefited from a £3,000 donation from developer Hopkins Homes.

Shock figures have revealed that nearly one in 10 people in Suffolk do not have access to the internet - at the very time Covid-19 means they need it more than ever.

Two large pigs found on a busy route “trotting along without any consideration for other road users” had to be corralled into a field by police.

She is one of the country’s best-loved, Bafta-winning actresses, famous for starring in some of the nation’s favourite television and theatre shows such as the legendary ITV drama Brideshead Revisited.

Barbecue lovers have been warned of the “absolute stupidity” of lighting fires in Thetford Forest during the summer heatwave.

A huge blaze which destroyed 14,000sq m of Thetford Forest has prompted stark warnings about fire safety as an expected heatwave brings tinder dry conditions.

A former Labour MP currently living in Suffolk is due to learn his fate today (Friday, August 8) when he is sentenced at court making an indecent image of a child.

Coastal erosion won’t jeopardise plans for a massive nuclear power station on the Suffolk coast - even if nightmare worst case scenarios for flooding come true, environmental experts have said.

Prime minister Boris Johnson has recently launched a crackdown on obesity - and ANDREW PAPWORTH thinks his wilingness to take personal responsibility makes this a powerful campaign.

Young people in Suffolk have been urged to “prepare for the worst and hope for the best” amid fears they might be part of a “lost generation” after the Covid-19 crisis.

New pin badges aim to warn people when they are communicating with someone who has hearing loss – amid fears greater use of face masks could cause a “real problem” for people with hearing loss.

The loss of any job, let alone any business or organisation, is a tragedy – particularly during the Covid-19 crisis, when more people are struggling.

The pressure mental health emergencies put on modern policing has been laid bare by statistics which show officers in Suffolk recieve nearly 5,000 calls a year about incidents relating to psychological wellbeing.

Litter louts are to be targeted in the timely return of Suffolk’s “Don’t be a Tosser” campaign - amid escalating levels of rubbish strewn across beauty spots following the Covid-19 lockdown.

GP surgeries in Suffolk have scored above the national average for patient satisfaction, surveys have shown.

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