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Parents have spoken of the challenges of homeschooling children with special educational needs and disability (SEND) and have shared their tips.

With the prospect of weeks at home, finding interesting ways to spend quality time with family is even more important – Colchester’s best board game brains take a look at the best games to keep you entertained.

A young woman from Ipswich has been trapped in Australia during her year abroad as the borders of all Asian countries for connecting flights close to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

A mum from west Suffolk who has incurable cancer had been planning special trips with her family in the time she has left - but then the coronavirus outbreak struck.

Car parking charges have been suspended by West Suffolk Council with immediate effect.

See the empty streets across Suffolk as the public follows coronavirus advice to remain indoors.

Parents are still expected to hear whether their child has got their preferred primary school place next month.

Tesco are placing tighter restrictions on their online shopping orders – now limiting the number of items customers can order.

At 8pm last night there were emotional scenes across Suffolk as families came out on to their doorsteps to clap NHS workers.

All of the pharmacy opening times across Suffolk in one place.

Members of a Suffolk basketball team forced into lockdown have found a novel way to keep passing the ball - without passing on coronavirus.

A boy and his little sister have delighted care home residents with their homemade cards to brighten their day while they cannot receive visitors.

Tributes have been paid to a “lovely vibrant” grandmother, who has become the first person to die after contracting coronavirus in Suffolk.

Tesco, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s Aldi and Lidl shops across Suffolk have taken drastic measures to protect vulnerable shoppers from the effects of mass panic buying.

People going the extra mile, charities supporting those who need help, businesses donating food and supplies - these are today’s messages to and from your community heroes.

Whining about snacks, snoozing in the sunshine and swimming lessons in the bath - homeschooling certainly has its highs and lows.

Schools in Suffolk caring for the children of key workers and vulnerable people are raising concerns about the lack of infection control, medical training or supplies teachers have available.

Bus services in Suffolk are the latest to be hit by the coronavirus pandemic, as reduced timetables are being rolled out.

Suffolk headteachers have been “blindly running through the dark” today under the pressure of caring for the children of key workers and the vulnerable whilst attempting to control the COVID-19 outbreak.

People – individuals, groups and organisations – all over Suffolk are pulling together in the midst of the coronavirus crisis to help the vulnerable, elderly, and isolated.

Fitness classes are going ahead across Ipswich despite coronavirus - with instructors taking to Facebook to share their workouts.

The impact of coronavirus restrictions has hit high streets this weekend – and these are some of the stores which have announced closures.

A man has died in an accident on the A12 involving a lorry.

Every National Trust site in Suffolk and Essex has closed to help restrict the spread of the coronavirus.

Firefighters have tackled a blaze in public toilets in a historic Suffolk street.

A mum who struggled to find fashionable breastfeeding-friendly clothes has come up with her own designs and is seeking the public’s support to help launch her business.

Foodbanks across Suffolk and Essex are under ever-increasing pressure as panic buying strips supermarket shelves of would-be food donations.

More than 1,000 new cases of coronavirus have been recorded in the UK in the last 24 hours.

A culinary business that is helping to feed families during the coronavirus crisis has said customers will still get their groceries despite a “traumatic” warehouse fire.

John Lewis will close all of their shops across the UK in reaction to government advice and the coronavirus pandemic.

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