As the whole country comes together to clap for the NHS and keyworkers tonight, staff at the EADT and Ipswich Star have shown their support for those battling the virus on the frontline in a new video.

A huge lights display has been put up by a Suffolk family to show support for our frontline workers during the coronavirus pandemic.

Deserted carriageways and barely a vehicle in site – how ‘rush hour’ looks on the A14 during the coronavirus lockdown.

Parents have been sharing their hilarious ‘homeschooling fails’ and funny photos following the first week of lockdown to lift people’s spirits – which one is your favourite?

With the coronavirus lockdown in full swing three Ipswich brothers have cured their boredom by creating their own crazy golf course in their back garden.

A couple who say they had “given up” trying to find their lost wedding ring have been reunited with it 20 years on thanks to a Suffolk metal detector.

A couple from Mendlesham are among more than 200 British nationals who have been confined to their cabins for almost a week on a coronavirus-stricken cruise ship where four people have died.

Suffolk construction employees who are now out of work due to coronavirus are volunteering day and night to help ensure frontline doctors and nurses in contact with Covid-19 patients have safe masks.

‘Quarantine may be isolating but it doesn’t have to be miserable’ – that’s the message from Colchester Foodbank who has experienced its busiest week ever but has been overwhelmed by the support.

The clocks go forward this weekend meaning we will lose an hour of sleep, but with the country in lockdown mode we have plenty of time to catch up.

A mum-of-two who was recently diagnosed with schizophrenia says being in lockdown has made her “more anxious than ever before” as she urges others with mental health conditions to take each day as they come.

Video shows completed Winerack apartments at Ipswich waterfront with first walk around inside – after the famous skeleton building stood unfinished for almost a decade.

The owner of a tea room which was broken into by thieves during the coronavirus lockdown has said it is “diabolical” that small businesses are being targeted at an already difficult time.

Tributes have been paid to the “passionate” and “instrumental” former mayor of Southwold, Melanie Tucker, who sadly died surrounded by three generations of her family.

A death crash lorry driver and a man who stole more than £24,000 worth of goods are among those jailed in Suffolk this week.

In today’s EADT Daily podcast an Ipswich teacher talks homeschooling tips, how coronavirus is impacting his GCSE students, and why it’s important to give Year 11s a proper goodbye.

Health workers at West Suffolk Hospital have shared a video of themselves dancing and singing in an effort to keep morale up as the country faces the coronavirus battle.

A new dog groomers and dog cafe which impressed customers with ‘puppacinos’ has been forced to close its doors just six weeks after opening due to the coronavirus outbreak – putting owner Kelly’s dream on hold.

The number of coronavirus cases in the UK has increased by 2,219 in the past 24 hours.

With face-to-face socialising prohibited during the coronavirus pandemic, technology has never been more important to keep us connected with friends and family.

The A120 near Colchester has reopened in both directions after an earlier lorry fire.

Officers are trying to locate suspects believed to be involved in a knifepoint robbery at Tesco Express, where thieves stole cash, phones and a car.

A second patient who was diagnosed with Covid-19 has died at West Suffolk Hospital.

The government has given funding to all NHS trusts to provide free parking for hopsital workers and social care staff during the coronvirus pademic.

How much do you know about Rachel, Ross, Monica, Chandler, Phoebe and Joey? Take part in today’s quarantine quiz to see what you can remember about the popular TV sitcom.

Emergency measures have been brought in by the government for vehicle owners during the coronavirus pandemic, with drivers granted a six-month exemption from MOT testing.

If like many others you are finding ways to keep entertained at home in self-isolation, why not try our big fat quiz of 2019 to see what you can remember.

A town’s new cafe is helping take the strain off its neighbouring primary school by making home-cooked meals for eligible children during the coronavirus pandemic.

The Orwell Bridge is usually flooded with traffic but today it’s a different story as Suffolk goes into lockdown to help slow the spread of coronavirus.

To ensure you don’t miss out on your pub quiz fix, we will be bringing you a daily dose of questions so you feel like you are at one of your locals. So grab a pint (without leaving the house) and get quizzing.

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