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Fewer than one in five primary pupils returned to school in Suffolk last week, new data shows.

Ipswich and Colchester hospital chief Nick Hulme has said he felt the frustration of NHS providers after the Government announced major changes to policies in hospitals on Friday night regarding face masks.

Mobile testing units are continuing to visit towns across Suffolk and north Essex to provide coronavirus testing.

PR will be key to firms getting back on their feet post-lockdown, an industry stalwart says.

Reports of beachgoers leaving human faeces on the Essex seafront have led to demands for more public toilets to be opened.

A nursery provider has said it is keeping “life as close to normal” for children as it reopened closed settings.

Hundreds of beautiful hanging baskets will greet visitors returning to Bury St Edmunds.

There have been two more coronavirus-related deaths reported in hospitals in Suffolk and north Essex.

Halfords has reopened 100 more stores across the country this week – including two in Suffolk.

Ipswich Buses has welcomed the Government’s announcement last night that all passengers will have to wear face coverings on public transport.

A town’s playhouse has launched an emergency appeal to enable it to reopen when the coronavirus lockdown eases.

Deaths at Ipswich care homes have leapt up by 118% since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, it can be revealed.

The scale of the coronavirus pandemic in Ipswich and Colchester was laid bare as it was revealed 75% of hospital ITU beds were occupied by Covid patients during the peak.

Ministers will want to find out why there have been stark differences in the number of cases of Covid-19 in care homes in different areas, a cabinet minister said during a Downing Street briefing.

Teachers at St Margaret’s Church of England Primary School have praised Ipswich Town after the club supported them with refreshments during the coronavirus crisis.

One of Suffolk’s best known independent retailers, Coes, has revealed what measures it has put in place ahead of its re-opening - while exploring virtual shopping options using Zoom and Facetime for those shielding.

A snake made out of painted pebbles on a Bury St Edmunds estate symbolizes “togetherness”, its instigator has said.

Cancer patients who were too scared to get symptoms checked out by their doctor during the peak of the coronavirus will die because of the delay in diagnosis, it has been warned.

Members of the public travelling on Greater Anglia train services and Ipswich or First Suffolk buses will have to wear face coverings, under new measures announced by Transport Secretary Grant Shapps.

West Suffolk Council has given a six figure financial support package to its leisure operator to cope with the costs of the coronavirus lockdown.

Two new coronavirus related deaths have been reported in Suffolk, according to the latest NHS figures.

Debenhams department stores have revealed when they will reopen their Ipswich and Bury St Edmunds stores following lockdown.

An historic Ipswich company has joined forces with Suffolk Chamber of Commerce as it continues to “support, plan and invest” its way through the coronavirus crisis.

McDonald’s has revealed five more restaurants will open their drive-thru lanes in Suffolk and Essex.

A regional retail chain is offering free water and bike repair kits to commuters heading back to work as the coronavirus lockdown eases.

Jobs are at risk in Colchester and Sudbury as struggling car dealership Lookers announced plans to slash costs in the face of the coronavirus crisis and a tough car market.

An Ipswich Town season ticket holder who’s been confined to his house during the coronavirus crisis has revealed how a weekly phone call from Blues star Kane Vincent-Young has been lifting his spirits.

Communities in Suffolk are being urged to be the “eyes and ears” for children in danger, as children’s services bosses report a 50% drop in referrals.

A spirits maker has diversified into manufacturing hand sanitiser alongside its alcoholic drinks.

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