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“Keep left signs” on streets for pedestrians and the closure to traffic of one of the busiest roads in Ipswich are two of the changes being introduced to make shoppers feel safer when some non-essential stores reopen from June 15.

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Hundreds of people treated for Covid-19 infections at Suffolk and north Essex hospitals have recovered enough to return home, it has emerged.

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A Suffolk MP has rebelled against the government and labelled the decision to end remote voting in Parliament “utter madness” after waiting more than 30 minutes in a queue to cast his vote at the despatch box.

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The death toll from coronavirus at Suffolk’s care homes remains in double figures this week – but new deaths are at their lowest level since the beginning of April, figures reveal.

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Suffolk and north Essex hospitals have recorded the first day since March 22 where there have been no coronavirus-related deaths – however health experts have warned there is still a long way to go before we can relax.

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Mental health experts in Suffolk have produced a support pack for schools to help anxious pupils through their return from coronavirus lockdown.

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Yesterday, 22:21

A van has crashed into a house in Clacton and two men have been arrested – one on suspicion of attempted murder.

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Argos announced it was closing its Carr Street store almost 12 months ago – with plans now in the pipeline to completely transform the space in Ipswich.

Yesterday, 18:02

A Suffolk MP has rebelled against the government and labelled the decision to end remote voting in Parliament “utter madness” after waiting more than 30 minutes in a queue to cast his vote at the despatch box.

Yesterday, 17:29

The death toll from coronavirus at Suffolk’s care homes remains in double figures this week – but new deaths are at their lowest level since the beginning of April, figures reveal.

Yesterday, 16:30

A large rise in water usage during the coronavirus lockdown has sparked a warning from Anglian Water about managing supplies in the weeks and months ahead.

Business

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Suffolk tourism chiefs and business owners say the industry is desperate to get going and is optimistic that it can make something of the remainder of 2020.

05:30

Fraudsters are likely to use the coronavirus test and trace system as a chance to scam the public, authorities have warned.

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Argos announced it was closing its Carr Street store almost 12 months ago – with plans now in the pipeline to completely transform the space in Ipswich.

Nando’s has reopened one of its Ipswich restaurants for the first time since the start of the coronavirus lockdown.

New signage, tape markings and perspex screens are to be used to help Bury St Edmunds shops be “Covid-secure” when they reopen on June 15.

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Yesterday, 16:42

Suffolk children’s entertainer Robbie James will be among the first in the country to launch socially distanced children’s parties.

Sunday, May 31, 2020

Hollywood legend Clint marks a major milestone this weekend. Our arts editor takes a look at a rather remarkable life.

Friday, May 29, 2020

Actors, muscicians, photographers and designers are joining forces for 30:thirty, Suffolk’s new digital festival

Farmers’ markets play an important role in our economy and community cohesion. As lockdown eases we take a look at when local markets will be open to supply fresh produce to customers

Comedy musician Jon Courtenay, who wowed the judges in Britain’s Got Talent, has told of his fond memories of growing up near Ipswich - and how he hopes to revisit once lockdown ends.

If this had been any normal May, farmer Bruce Kerr would have been making daily visits to the bustling home of the Suffolk Show on the outskirts of Ipswich.

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Mon, 14:39

Fairfields is best known for its tasty crisps, seasoned with natural flavourings, but now the company has nationwide veg delivery in its sights.

Sunday, May 31, 2020

It was her signature dish on BBC’s MasterChef so Hannah Gregory couldn’t not share her recipe for tacos.

Friday, May 29, 2020

Gina Long talks to beauty expert Rebecca Morgan from Heritage Beauty and Wellbeing, who shares her thoughts and lockdown beauty tips

For better rural mental health – YANA help is at hand, here Gina Long MBE talks to Henry Kilvert, YANA’s chair of trustees

Food and drink editor Charlotte Smith-Jarvis dines at a distance, trying out the collection service from one of the Suffolk coast’s newest Italian restaurants.