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Podcast: Brother’s fight for information, Covid test confusion and plans for hobbit home glamping site

Podcast: Brother’s fight for information, Covid test confusion and plans for hobbit home glamping site

September 25, 2020

In this week's podcast hear from a family still desperate for information 40 years after their brother disappeared.

Kevin Dundon, 22, was last seen on a ferry heading to Felixstowe.

Rebekah Chilvers has the story.

She'll also be chatting about a Covid testing fiasco that saw one Haverhill family offered an appointment 500 miles away.

Plus we find out about plans for a glamping site with a difference.

And, Joey Sadler will be updating us all things Ipswich Town.

Podcast: Anger over Covid testing, former cannabis farm up for sale, Suffolk’s most expensive house and a significant discovery unearthed

Podcast: Anger over Covid testing, former cannabis farm up for sale, Suffolk’s most expensive house and a significant discovery unearthed

September 18, 2020

There's anger this week about Covid testing capacity as schools continue to face disruption with staff and students having to take time off.

We hear from one headteacher who thinks they've been let down by the government.

Also in the podcast, find out about a former cannabis factory going under the hammer, we've also been looking at Suffolk's most expensive property on the market and a significant discovery has been unearthed near Lowestoft.

Podcast: Boy in court over Kesgrave shooting and schools forced to take action over positive Covid tests

Podcast: Boy in court over Kesgrave shooting and schools forced to take action over positive Covid tests

September 11, 2020
A teenage boy has appeared in court following a shooting.
He's been charged with attempted murder after it happened in Kesgrave - we've got the very latest.
Also in today's podcast, a Haverhill school has been forced to take action after positive Covid tests.
Parents are being urged not to put too much pressure on their children when it comes to catching up with reading.
And, find out why a Beyton couple have got a lifetime achievement award.
Podcast: Murder investigation underway as bones found in River Stour

Podcast: Murder investigation underway as bones found in River Stour

September 4, 2020

In this week's podcast we get an update on the murder investigation that's underway after bones were found in the River Stour.

Hear about why one Suffolk restaurant wants diners to wear face masks.

There's a new arrival for a celebrity couple.

And, we get the latest on Ipswich Town as they look to get the new season underway this weekend.

Podcast: Tackling crime in Haverhill, Eat Out to Help Out and the 80-year-old martial arts expert

Podcast: Tackling crime in Haverhill, Eat Out to Help Out and the 80-year-old martial arts expert

August 28, 2020

Police kicked off a campaign this week to tackle crime in Haverhill.

A gastro pub owner in Bildeston says he has benefitted more from opting out of the government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme. 

And, find out about the great grandfather who also happens to be skilled in Japanese martial arts.

Oliver Kemp is joined by senior digital reporter Rebekah Chilvers to talk through this week's top stories.

Podcast: GCSE results, panto cancellations and football season predictions

Podcast: GCSE results, panto cancellations and football season predictions

August 21, 2020

Pupils across the county received their GCSE results this week, following weeks of confusion from the government. 

Panto lovers will be upset as two more productions are cancelled amid social distancing concerns.

And, find out which creature a family from Easton found hiding in their piano - yes, you did read that correctly. 

Oliver Kemp is joined by senior digital reporter Rebekah Chilvers to talk through this week's top stories.

Podcast: Heatwave, job losses and A-level confusion

Podcast: Heatwave, job losses and A-level confusion

August 14, 2020
It's been a scorcher in Suffolk this week as the heatwave continued - but it came to a bit of an abrupt end with storms that caused flooding.
As the UK plunged into recession more job losses were announced in the county.
And, find out why a hare resembling Captain Sir Tom Moore can be seen in Eye.
Nicola Everett is joined by senior digital reporter Rebekah Chilvers to talk through this week's top stories.

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