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Doctors’ surgeries across the area will be staying open during the Easter break because of the coronavirus crisis.

Families across Suffolk will be joining in a second Clap for Our Carers at 8pm tonight, after an overwhelming response to last week’s event.

Your stunning rainbow photos have been pouring in. Is your picture included in our gallery?

Did you see a stunning rainbow in the skies over Suffolk last night?

Suffolk Babies are taking their classes online during the coronavirus pandemic - enabling families to take part from home.

Are you finding self isolation stressful? A former police officer offers tips to help people cope in today’s EADT Daily podcast.

Watch these scenes of silent streets in Ipswich and Felixstowe, as people in Suffolk obey the coronavirus lockdown message.

Watch our heart-warming video of rainbows appearing in windows across Ipswich - spreading a spirit of love and positivity.

This impressive house near Woodbridge, which has stunning views over the Deben estuary, is on the market with Jackson-Stops for £1.5million.

Mother’s Day will be very different from usual this year for many of us, against the background of the coronavirus pandemic.

Were you a pupil at Ipswich High School in the 1970s? Today we are turning the clock back to life at the school in 1976.

If you can’t take Mum out for a meal this year because of the coronavirus pandemic, some restaurants and cafes are offering special Mother’s Day takeaway options.

Suffolk charity Rural Coffee Caravan is reaching out to keep people connected during the coronavirus pandemic.

Caring staff at an Ipswich pub are reaching out to the community - by giving out care packages for those in need.

Forthcoming gigs at the Smokehouse venue in Ipswich have been cancelled, as the linked South Street Studios announces a temporary closure because of the coronavirus crisis.

A charity gala night in memory of a much-loved daughter has been postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic, but organisers have vowed fundraising will continue.

Did you go along to Murrayside Pop Festival in Ipswich in 1979?

A new Facebook group, Ipswich Anti-Loo Roll Brigade, is reaching out to help vulnerable people in Ipswich during the coronavirus pandemic.

Charities working with older people in East Anglia today welcomed the BBC’s decision to delay licence fee changes for over 75s until August.

Do you fancy living in a historic eight-bedroom manor house, with its own swimming pool and cinema room? This dream home could be yours... for £2.5million.

Bulldogs and their owners got together for a walk in Ipswich, having fun and helping a good cause.

Supermarkets are sending out a plea to customers to just buy what they need - and assuring them there is no need for panic buying.

A new “#viralkindness” postcard idea is being taken up in Suffolk and across the UK - reaching out to help people who are self-isolating during the coronavirus pandemic.

Many of us are expecting to spend more time at home in the next few weeks - not just because of self-isolation, but also for other reasons, from maternity leave to holidays at home. So how can you keep yourself entertained?

Crowds turned out for the Essex Vegan Festival in Colchester - including meat eaters who were tempted by a taste of plant-based food.

A free bookshop in Ipswich town centre is closing tomorrow- but is appealing for help to find new premises.

Did you join the supporters welcoming the Milk Race to Ipswich in 1985?

A small comet can currently be seen over East Anglia, but you will need large binoculars or a small telescope to spot it.

Were you among the crowds when the Radio 1 Roadshow arrived in Ipswich in 1984?

A flood warning has been issued for part of the Suffolk coast today, including Bawdsey Quay and Felixstowe Ferry.

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