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Hospital chiefs are warning people not to be complacent as latest data showed a slight increase in the number of coronavirus cases in the region’s hospitals.

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The coronavirus case rate in Ipswich has more than doubled in the last week – although other areas of Suffolk remain among the lowest nationally.

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A Colchester mum who was one of the first people in the UK to contract Covid-19 is calling for financial support from the government as she continues to suffer more than nine months on.

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The Nando’s restaurant at Cardinal Park has been closed for a deep-clean after a member of the Ipswich team tested positive for coronavirus.

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A campaign to save a pub described as “a bedrock of the local community” from permanent closure is gathering pace with a petition hitting 500 names.

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The rate of coronavirus infection in Suffolk and north Essex is continuing to increase – with cases doubling in some areas.

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A 69-year-old man has been reported missing, sparking a police appeal to find him.

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A total of 38 students are isolating after a pupil tested positive for Covid-19 at the Sybil Andrews Academy in Bury St Edmunds.

BBC Radio Suffolk presenter Luke Deal had to make a dramatic early exit from his breakfast show on Saturday after discovering his house was on fire.

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A digger and trailer worth about £10,000 were stolen during a raid in broad daylight.

A dog food maker has snapped up another family-run operation in East Anglia to create a giant £24m turnover business with a combined workforce of 90 people.

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A dog food maker has snapped up another family-run operation in East Anglia to create a giant £24m turnover business with a combined workforce of 90 people.

Construction workers have installed a temporary bridge across the River Cam so that they can start work on an historic Cambridge college.

A 4,000 gallon tanker and a jetting truck holding 800 gallons of fresh water have been deployed on a clean-up operation on Ipswich’s giant bridge.

Revolution Bars has confirmed its Ipswich branch will remain open after fears were raised of an impending closure.

Stansted’s income could take a multi-million pound hit next year as duty-free shopping ends and coronavirus continues to bite.

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Remember, remember! With more people planning Bonfire Night celebrations at home this year, Suffolk council bosses are sending out safety warnings.

Saturday, October 24, 2020

A horror movie filmed in a Suffolk town and starring Love Island star Dani Dyer is being shown as part of a film festival.

Saturday, October 24, 2020

West End veteran Ruthie Henshall, crowned one of Suffolk’s most inspiring women, has signed up for the 2020 edition of I’m a Celebrity – Get Me Out of Here.

An Ipswich mum who went on First Dates to find love is still determined to find her dream man, despite not finding ‘the one’ on Channel 4’s hit show.

Ipswich’s Regent Theatre and the Museum of East Anglian Life in Stowmarket are among arts venues and groups to benefit from £2.2million of government funding to help overcome the Covid-19 crisis.

Showbiz brothers AJ and Curtis Pritchard are bringing their new variety show to the Ipswich Regent as part of a 2021 UK tour.

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Sunday, October 25, 2020

From burgers to gourmet dinners for two, here are just some of the places locally offering collections and delivery.

Saturday, October 24, 2020

How superstitious are you? Find out the meaning of 13 of the most common superstitions plus some that are linked to Norfolk and Suffolk.

Saturday, October 24, 2020

Professor of Nutrigenetics at UEA and director of Norwich Institute of Healthy Ageing, Anne-Marie Minihane discusses how changing our eating habits and behaviours, including adopting a Mediterranean-style diet, can protect against cognitive decline.

Six local retreats reveal how they’re staying Covid-safe and which facilities guests are now allowed to use.

The Anchor in Burwell has achieved viral fame recently due to their spectacular sharing Sunday roasts. But is there substance behind the style under new Chef Patron Stuart Drake? Mark Heath and his wife Liz went along for a Saturday lunch to see for themselves - here’s what they made of it....