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The UK is entering a crucial period in the battle against Coronavirus over the next two to four weeks - and could have to change its strategy if numbers affected take off.

The number of homeless people sleeping rough in Suffolk has fallen again according to official government figures - but there remains concern that this hides the true scale of the problem.

Greater Anglia is facing a race against time to get enough new Intercity trains into service to meet the government's deadline to retire its existing carriages.

The world's biggest online retailer could be sending out your Christmas presents from Ipswich this year after it agreed to create hundreds of jobs by building a new distribution centre on the edge of town.

The fire that devastated the former Tolly Cobbold Brewery on Sunday has shocked the town - and prompted an outpouring of sadness.

Greater Anglia has been awarded funding to improve disabled access to two stations in Suffolk.

Political and business leaders from across the region have met in Ipswich to discuss how to press East Anglia's case for more transport investment - despite government attempts to focus infrastructure investment on the north of England.

The greatest Anglo-Saxon gold hoard ever found in England is heading to Suffolk this summer for the full launch of Sutton Hoo's new visitor features.

The BBC's Antiques Roadshow is set to pay a third visit to Ipswich - with a visit to the town's Christchurch Mansion in July to give Suffolk collectors the chance to show off their most prized possessions.

Mystery continues to surround the ownership of the former Tolly Cobbold brewery as Ipswich comes to term with the fact that one of the best-known historic buildings in the town has been seriously damaged by fire.

Decades of service to the St John's Ambulance by Suffolk member Andrew Read have been recognised at a special ceremony at the Order's historic home in London.

Rail services from Lowestoft should return to normal on Monday morning after three weeks of disruption which has seen them replaced by buses as new signalling and crossings are installed.

Labour's leadership candidates were at two events for members in the East of England over the weekend - just 48 hours before the party sends out ballot papers in the race for leader and deputy leader.

Ipswich council leader David Ellesmere is demanding that the borough is given a place on the taskforce being created by Suffolk County Council to look at new ways of tackling the town's traffic problems.

A major effort to clean up one of the most important wildlife ponds in Ipswich starts on Monday as a team of experts moves into Chantry Park.

Ipswich's former BHS in the Buttermarket is set to become the new home of Sports Direct in the town later this year - and there will also be USC and Flannels shops as part of the new development.

Former Suffolk schoolteacher and broadcaster Simon Warr has died after being treated for pancreatic and liver cancer.

Speculation is mounting that retail magnate Mike Ashley could be considering making a bid to take over the former BHS in the Butter Market and turn it into a major new Ipswich site for his brands.

Ipswich council's investment arm has been accused of damaging the town centre by allowing a "money-grabbing" deal that has seen Burton and Dorothy Perkins leave their store on the Cornhill.

More than 100 Labour councillors from across the East of England have signed a letter calling for Sir Keir Starmer to become the next party leader as officials prepare to send out ballot papers to members.

Anyone who was at last week's budget meeting of Suffolk County Council (or who has seen any of it on the authority's webcast) will have seen that things are getting a bit tetchy among some of the members of the ruling Conservative group.

More than three years after plans were shelved, a new attempt to put East Anglian devolution back on the political agenda has been launched by Ipswich MP Tom Hunt.

Council taxpayers in Ipswich will see their bills rise by 3.7% from April after the borough council approved its budget for the next financial year.

Leaders of the new Kurdish Centre in the former Mulberry Tree pub on Woodbridge Road in Ipswich have applied to remove opening restrictions to allow members to meet for prayers.

Fare dodgers from across the region have had to pay fines and compensation of almost £400,000 in December and January - but magistrates in Suffolk look like a soft touch when faced with fare-dodgers.

The East Suffolk Line between Ipswich and Lowestoft has re-opened in its entirety after a two-week closure to replace signalling and crossings on the Wherry lines from the Suffolk resort to Norwich.

MPs from across the region have called on new Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak not to forget the East of England when he prepares his first Budget next month.

Work has started on the near £550,000 restoration of one of Ipswich's most significant buildings - on the day it was confirmed that an Historic England grant would cover most of the cost.

East Anglia is no longer in a drought after months of above average rain - but environment officials would still like to see more water added to groundwater reserves.

Thousands of new homes need to be created in the heart of Ipswich if the town is to lose its unenviable position at the bottom of the national league table for city growth.

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