Local News

Affordable Flood Insurance a Step Closer

People in the higest flood risk areas will be better protected against spiralling insurance costs as successful negotiations tookbetween the insurance industry, Flood Re and the Government in late December.

Fish Discard Ban Comes Into Force

The ban on fish discards has now come into force with fishermen targeting pelagic quota species such as mackerel and herringhaving to land all the quota fish they catch.

Therese Says Thank You to Our Local Posties

Thérèse visited the Royal Mail's Felixstowe and Lesiton delivery offices recently to pass on her Christmas wishes and encouragement to the hardworking postmen and women at their busiest time of year.

Preparing for Potential Bad Weather

Bad weather with high winds and rain is forecast to hit the East of England tomorrow evening. This extreme weather could lead to power outages caused by tree branches interfering with overhead power lines.

Ambulance Chiefs Update MPs on Turnaround Progress

The Chief Executive and Chairman of the East of England Ambulance Service, Anthony Marsh and Sarah Boulton, briefed East ofEngland MPs on progress of the turnaround plan to improve rural response times and the resilience of the service in Parliament today. The meeting was organised by Therese.