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Two further coronavirus patients – one in their 90s and one in their 70s – have died at Colchester Hospital, bringing the total number of deaths to 11.

Plans for a 34 home estate in a Suffolk village have been refused over concerns that an ‘important’ view would be ruined.

Plans for a new glamping site on a former stables in Whitton have been submitted.

Are we ever going to get used to the “lock-down” life – or is this strange existence going to continue to feel weird until the day when we are told that we can return to “normal?”

Communications engineers are abiding by strict new rules in order to keep people connected during the coronavirus crisis as daytime internet usage soars.

A body has been found at a home in Aldeburgh, police have tonight confirmed.

The number of confirmed cases of coronavirus in Suffolk and Essex has risen again - with the combined figure for both counties now more than 500.

Theatre-going is currently out-of-bounds, but thanks to NT-Live plenty of contemporary shows are awaiting in the digital archives to be shared online. Here’s a round up of some of the special treats currently on offer

Don’t miss out on the choc-fest this spring. These local retailers are ready to deliver everything you need.

Allotment holders in Bury St Edmunds have complained after confusion about national guidelines on coronavirus saw them told to stay away from their plots.

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

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