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Workers at Holland & Barrett, with shops across the region, have launched a fight to close during coronavirus.

Nearly 100 complaints about businesses staying open during the coronavirus lockdown have so far been fielded by Suffolk’s trading standards – with 19 firms told to shut down.

Suffolk’s most senior Church of England clergyman says the evil of the coronavirus will be overcome – and sees consolation and hope for all this Easter.

Today’s EADT daily podcast features a special guest – the boss of Ipswich and Colchester hospitals – talking to host Emily Townsend about what preparations are under way ahead of the coronavirus peak.

Your tributes to community heroes have been pouring in - but we still want to hear about more of them.

Keep your eyes on the skies and get your telescopes ready as you could see up to 100 shooting stars an hour during the Lyrid meteor shower.

Boris Johnson is on the mend and “sitting up in bed” the chancellor has confirmed.

A pot of cash in excess of £60,000 has been established by a Suffolk council to support groups and projects in the district.

Suffolk and north Essex hospitals have reported that six more people have died after contracting coronavirus.

A lockdown to protect Britons from contracting coronavirus is set to continue - because there is not enough evidence to suggest it is safe to start lifting restrictions.

Boris Johnson is “responding to treatment” in a London hospital as he battles coronavirus, Downing Street has said.

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Workers at Holland & Barrett, with shops across the region, have launched a fight to close during coronavirus.

Nearly 100 complaints about businesses staying open during the coronavirus lockdown have so far been fielded by Suffolk’s trading standards – with 19 firms told to shut down.

Suffolk’s most senior Church of England clergyman says the evil of the coronavirus will be overcome – and sees consolation and hope for all this Easter.

Today’s EADT daily podcast features a special guest – the boss of Ipswich and Colchester hospitals – talking to host Emily Townsend about what preparations are under way ahead of the coronavirus peak.

Your tributes to community heroes have been pouring in - but we still want to hear about more of them.

Keep your eyes on the skies and get your telescopes ready as you could see up to 100 shooting stars an hour during the Lyrid meteor shower.

Boris Johnson is on the mend and “sitting up in bed” the chancellor has confirmed.

Ipswich Star

Workers at Holland & Barrett, with shops across the region, have launched a fight to close during coronavirus.

Nearly 100 complaints about businesses staying open during the coronavirus lockdown have so far been fielded by Suffolk’s trading standards – with 19 firms told to shut down.

Suffolk’s most senior Church of England clergyman says the evil of the coronavirus will be overcome – and sees consolation and hope for all this Easter.

Today’s EADT daily podcast features a special guest – the boss of Ipswich and Colchester hospitals – talking to host Emily Townsend about what preparations are under way ahead of the coronavirus peak.

Your tributes to community heroes have been pouring in - but we still want to hear about more of them.

Keep your eyes on the skies and get your telescopes ready as you could see up to 100 shooting stars an hour during the Lyrid meteor shower.

Boris Johnson is on the mend and “sitting up in bed” the chancellor has confirmed.

A pot of cash in excess of £60,000 has been established by a Suffolk council to support groups and projects in the district.

Suffolk and north Essex hospitals have reported that six more people have died after contracting coronavirus.

A lockdown to protect Britons from contracting coronavirus is set to continue - because there is not enough evidence to suggest it is safe to start lifting restrictions.

Boris Johnson is “responding to treatment” in a London hospital as he battles coronavirus, Downing Street has said.

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