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Opportunity for peninsula worker to win job of the year: Chief relaxation officer at leading hotel chain

Posted: 01.08.21 by Derek Davis Local News



After revealing that more than 41 per cent of people from Suffolk failed to claim their full holiday allowance in 2020, a luxury hotel chain is launch...

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Orwell Bridge closed Sunday morning

Posted: 01.08.21 by The Editor Local News



Motorists on the A14 were delayed this morning after police closed the road over the Orwell Bridge. Police shut the road both ways at 08.00 this mo...

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Shoreline Benefice: Morning service from Chelmondiston

Posted: 01.08.21 by Kiesbeth Oosterhof Opinion



]A Second Morning Liturgy In the beginning before time, before people, before the world began, God was. Here and now, among us, beside us...

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Sunday's Peninsula Breakfast Briefing

Posted: 01.08.21 by The Editor Local News



Sunday's Sensation The English, under Nelson, destroyed the French fleet at the Battle of the Nile, in Aboukir Bay in 1798, stopping Napol...

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Holbrook star scores again as Great Britain move into Olympics quarter finals

Posted: 31.07.21 by Derek Davis Local News



A former Holbrook Hornets footballer has helped Great Britain into the hockey quarter finals at the Tokyo Olympics. Hannah Martin, scored her third...

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Shotley to Harwich and Felixstowe harbour ferry out of action

Posted: 31.07.21 by Derek Davis Local News



All ferry journeys from Shotley to harwich and Felixstowe have been cancelled today. The harbour ferry has been hit by mechanical issues and is exp...

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Saturday's Peninsula Breakfast Briefing

Posted: 31.07.21 by The Editor Local News



On This Day Black Tot Day occurred on this date in 1970. It was the last day of the officially sanctioned rum ration in the Royal Navy that da...

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Man convicted of sheep-worrying in Brantham as villager also admits guilt

Posted: 30.07.21 by The Editor Local News



A man has been convicted at court in relation to offences relating to livestock worrying in Brantham near Manningtree that prompted 11 sheep having to...

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Sounds City artists announced

Posted: 30.07.21 by Jason Noble (local democracy reporter) Local News



Eight acts from the likes of Ipswich, Bury St Edmunds, Colchester and Norwich have successfully bid for ‘apply to play’ slots for this year’s tw...

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Shotley Peninsula: Jackie Weaver urges Nub News readers to sign petition asking for harsher sanctions on unruly councillors

Posted: 30.07.21 by Deborah Bowyer Local News



Local government adviser, Jackie Weaver, is urging people to sign a national petition pressing the Government to amend legislation to enable Councillo...

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