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Ipswich Borough Council is to unveil a blueprint for how it will tackle a “huge financial black hole” in its budget caused by the Covid-19 crisis.

Public toilets are to reopen at Ipswich’s parks for those who need to a spend a penny while visiting the town’s open spaces.

Rallying calls for an upgrade to Suffolk’s notorious A14 have grown after MPs wrote a letter demanding £150million to fix seven key “pinch points” along the route.

However, some swings have been removed to provide additional space and meet social distancing guidelines.

Park and ride services in Colchester are to resume from Monday, July 6 - albeit on a reduced timetable.

Keeping up an exercise regime during the Covid-19 lockdown can be tough, even for the fittest adults. But these young people have showed it can be done - by keeping up with their “Daily Mile”, even though not all children are able to go to school.

People will be able to ask public health leaders about the effects of the Covid-19 crisis in Suffolk at a meeting later this month.

A new mobile testing centre for Covid-19 has been set up at Framlingham College Leisure Centre.

They provide lifelines for young and old, with children’s events and social activities on top of lending books, CDs and DVDs. But when will Suffolk’s libraries finally reopen after the Covid-19 lockdown?

A nursing apprenticeship at the University of Suffolk has been rated as “requires improvement” by inspectors.

Ever-rising amounts of traffic mean there is an “urgent and pressing need” for improvements to the A12 along the Suffolk coast, MP Dan Poulter has warned.

Burger King will today find out whether its plan for a drive-thru restaurant at Ipswich’s Anglia Retail Park will get the green light.

Africa Alive! in Kessingland, near Lowestoft, is reopening this week - to the delight of animal lovers across Suffolk. But how will a trip to the popular animal park be different after Covid-19?

A mum heartbroken at the death of her “amazing” 22-year-old daughter from health complications caused by Type 1 diabetes has urged others to be more aware of the condition, saying: “I don’t want another parent to feel like I do.”

Ipswich MP Tom Hunt has urged government ministers to consider allowing beauty salons to reopen this weekend - amid fears beauticians’ jobs could be at risk following the Covid-19 crisis.

A “cell” to distribute personal protective equipment (PPE) to keep people safe during the Covid-19 pandemic has distributed more than 2.3million items across Suffolk.

Here are the final entries in our incredibly popular lockdown gardens competition - and we’ve saved some of the best until last.

Sir Rod Stewart has performed at Ipswich Town’s Portman Road stadium three times - but were you wearing your Handbags and Gladrags for his 2007 gig?

There were celebrations across the country that year, as Her Majesty marked 50 years on the throne.

Our popular lockdown garden competition might now be closed - but we had so many fantastic last-minute entries, we just had to share them with you.

Pet owners have been warned to beware of organised crime groups stealing dogs.

They have helped keep Suffolk running for generations - so do you remember these iconic vehicles from years gone?

Today, it is known as the Sailmakers - but what do you remember of the old Tower Ramparts Shopping Centre in Ipswich?

New tennis courts at Bury St Edmunds’ iconic Abbey Gardens are to open from July 1 as part of a £263,000 investment.

Children are to be given medals for completing the Daily Mile challenge during the final stages of the Covid-19 lockdown.

Ipswich Academy has loaned 219 laptops to students needing computers for schoolwork during the Covid-19 crisis – amid fears over a “digital divide”.

Sweeties traditional sweet shop in Suffolk has had a huge demand for deliveries during the Covid-19 crisis.

Ipswich MP Tom Hunt has praised Copleston High School for giving a “lifeline” to students throughout the Covid-19 crisis - particularly those disadvantaged by the pandemic.

It educated hundreds of young people and set them on paths to brighter futures - but what are your memories of Felixstowe’s old Orwell High School?

It has been making a splash since 1984, not least when none other than Princess Diana came to visit in 1990 - but what are your memories of Ipswich’s Crown Pools?

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