Join us as we press for the long overdue Northern Bypass bring various benefits (such as reducing air pollution in the town, reducing Felixstowe HGVs, reducing congestion, alternative routes when roads are closed due to an RTC or roadworks etc) for the Greater Ipswich area in particular Ipswich and Kesgrave.
BBC News: Coronavirus: Singer Niamh McAllister says 'keep your passion alive' in lockdown
A singer and publican advises those struggling with mental health after losing all her income. Continue reading.
BBC News: Coronavirus: Dominic Cummings' lockdown trip 'was essential', says No 10
It was "unwise" for the PM's top aide to travel to Durham with his sick wife during lockdown, the police say. Continue reading.
BBC News: Coronavirus: Calls for Dominic Cummings to resign after lockdown travel
Labour demands action after the PM's aide went to his parents while self-isolating with Covid-19 symptoms. Continue reading.
BBC News: Coronavirus: Can children catch and pass on coronavirus? BBC's Health Correspondent Laura Foster explains what we know currently about how children are affected by the virus. Continue reading.
BBC News: Coronavirus: The care home that locked down early
Despite government pressure to take patients being discharged from hospitals, this care home refused and locked down early. Continue reading.
BBC Sport: Hope Powell: Ex-England manager concerned about effect of coronavirus on women's sport
Ex-England boss Hope Powell is concerned about the negative effect that the coronavirus pandemic is having on women's sport. Continue reading.
BBC News: Coronavirus: Dominic Cummings visited parents' home while he had symptoms
Sources close to Dominic Cummings defend his trip from London to Durham while he had virus symptoms. Continue reading.
BBC Sport: 'Very concerning times' - BAME athletes discuss coronavirus
Jobi McAnuff, Bianca Williams, Damian Chambers and Ruqsana Begum speak to BBC Sport's Nesta McGregor about the threat of coronavirus and the return to sport. Continue reading.
BBC News: Coronavirus quarantine: 'We expect the vast majority to do the right thing' - Patel
The home secretary says she expects most people to ''do the right thing" and comply with new rules. Continue reading.
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: Premier League 'as confident as we can be' about June return
The Premier League is "as confident as we can be" about restarting in June, says chief executive Richard Masters. Continue reading.
Suffolk’s music venues fear coronavirus could cause ‘heartbreaking’ permanent closure. Two independent businesses in Suffolk are part of a national campaign which hopes to ‘Save Our Venues’ from the devastating impact of Covid-19 – raising money to help support grass roots musicians and keep venues afloat. Continue reading.
Wetherspoons pledge £11 million to make pubs safe after coronavirus. JD Wetherspoon pubs in Suffolk will reopen with screens at bars and tables as the firm is set to spend £11 million to keep customers safe from coronavirus. Continue reading.
BBC Sport: N'Golo Kante: Chelsea will allow midfielder to stay away from training amid coronavirus fears
Chelsea will allow N'Golo Kante to stay away from training because of coronavirus fears - even if it means missing the rest of the season. Continue reading.
Primary school closes after two children test positive for coronavirus. A primary school which has been open to the children of key workers has closed after two pupils tested positive for Covid-19. Continue reading.
Ipswich skateparks, public toilets and allotments open after coronavirus lockdown. Ipswich skatepark and public toilets in parks have been re-opened following coronavirus lockdown, the council has said. Continue reading.
Protecting jobs and supporting business during the coronavirus pandemic. The Government has announced an unprecedented package of support to protect jobs and support business across the UK during the coronavirus outbreak. Continue reading.
BBC Sport: EFL: How coronavirus is affecting lower-league clubs, players, fans and livelihoods
BBC Sport looks at the impact of coronavirus on lower league football clubs, players and fans, and how the game might recover. Continue reading.
The heartache faced by families attending funerals restricted by coronavirus. Funerals are among the many aspects of life changed by coronavirus and families are facing a very different situation than what they were expecting after losing a love one. Continue reading.
BBC News: Coronavirus: UK arrivals could face £1,000 fines if they break quarantine
Travellers to the UK must self-isolate for 14 days from next month, the government is expected to announce. Continue reading.
BBC News: Coronavirus: Acting earlier would have saved lives, says Sage member
Locking down the UK sooner would have made a big difference to the death rate, a scientific adviser says. Continue reading.
BBC News: Coronavirus: Virus test with 20-minute results being trialled in Hampshire
Health Secretary Matt Hancock also says 10 million antibody tests will start being rolled out next week. Continue reading.
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: Man Utd say pandemic has cost them £28m so far
Manchester United say the coronavirus pandemic has cost them an initial £28m - and expect the final figure to be far higher. Continue reading.
Private firms working for the public good in coronavirus outbreak. People working for a wide range of private companies have been standing side-by-side with public sector staff on the front line during the coronavirus outbreak. Staff at private sector firms have been doing their bit to help out communities across the country during the crisis.
BBC Sport: Bundesliga: Dynamo Dresden return two more positive coronavirus tests
German second-tier side Dynamo Dresden - whose whole squad went into isolation on 9 May - return two more positive tests for coronavirus. Continue reading.
Student nurse separated from two-year-old daughter by coronavirus sends emotional video message. A mother who has been separated from her two-year-old by the coronavirus pandemic has shown her daughter how much she loves her by recording a special Sign Language video message. Continue reading.
BBC Sport: Nathan Blake: Football's return amid coronavirus 'crazy'
The ex-Wales striker says there is "no way" he would return to train or play unless his safety from Covid-19 was guaranteed. Continue reading.