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Suffolk to mark National Hate Crime Awareness Week

Suffolk to mark National Hate Crime Awareness Week

Published 9 October 2015

From 10 October events will be taking place to help raise local awareness and knowledge about reporting hate crimes.

Ipswich social worker nominated for national award

Published 9 October 2015

Maureen Roscoe-Goulson has been selected as a finalist in the Social Worker of the Year Awards 2015, as a result of her outstanding work with children.

Suffolk County Council’s Leader is listening in Beccles this weekend

Published 7 October 2015

On Saturday 10 October, Leader of Suffolk County Council, Cllr Colin Noble will be in Beccles as part of the series of ‘We are listening’ events.

Suffolk County Council progress the campaign for A12 Four Village Bypass

Published 6 October 2015

On Tuesday 13 October, Cabinet will consider plans to set aside up to £450,000 towards building a business case for the project.

Trader persistently selling alcohol to underage young people prosecuted by Trading Standards

Published 5 October 2015

Suffolk County Council's Trading Standards team is continuing its fight against underage alcohol sales with the successful prosecution of Kalaivani Kathirithamb

Arson warning issued following fires in Stowmarket

Published 1 October 2015

Following a recent spate of arson incidents, Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service would like to highlight the dangers of this type of activity.

Serial rogue trader sentenced to 6 months in jail

Published 1 October 2015

The rogue trader plead guilty to 4 offences (covering 2 different sets of consumers) under the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations Act.

Fire and Rescue Service promotes home safety as part of national Older Person’s day

Published 30 September 2015

Firefighters, community safety teams and health colleagues will work together to protect older people from fire, and reduce excess deaths this winter.

A million reasons why the Women’s Tour was good for Suffolk

Published 29 September 2015

A report looking at the financial impact of Suffolk hosting Stage 1 of the Aviva Women’s Tour shows the event provided an economic boost of £1.1 million.

Building company director pleads not guilty to 21 charges relating to building contract frauds

Published 25 September 2015

Carl Shrubshall, of Hollow Lane, Thurston, is facing 21 charges after an investigation by Trading Standards officers, pleaded not guilty at Ipswich Crown Court.

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