The government plans to encourage councils in England to restore weekly bin collections.
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The number of children being adopted in England has fallen dramatically.
Why do motorists still persist in texting whilst driving?
Suffolk's BIG conversation, great music and features plus a chance to win an ugly mug.
Royal College of Nursing asks family members to help feed their loved ones in hospital.
Mark Matthews sits in. Music, features, interviews, interactive radio and much, much more.
Parts of Suffolk have some of the slowest broadband connections in the country.
With music, features, interviews, interactive radio and much, much more.
Sudbury Town Council announce their bid to take over the running of the library.
A group of homeless people take up residence in an Ipswich churchyard.
An ex offender tells Mark how he is using new skills to help keep children out of trouble.
Mark will be hearing stories of where you were when terrorist planes hit the Twin Towers.
Mark has a 1970s feel to his programme ahead of the premiere of the Marc Bolan musical.
Broomhill pool will find out today if they will get money to reinstate it as a lido.
Ministers are considering allowing broadcasters to televise the sentencing of offenders.
Arthur Smith, the UK's best known grumpy old man talks to Mark about his life and career.
New figures released by the Countryside Alliance show fly-tipping is on the increase.