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: 'I'm vulnerable and have been made redundant'
Sales administrator Emma Timberlake has multiple sclerosis and has recently found out that she has been made redundant. Continue reading.
Two more people die at West Suffolk Hospital after catching coronavirus. Another two patients have died at West Suffolk Hospital after catching coronavirus - while another 160 people nationally have died in hospital after testing positive for Covid-19. Continue reading.
BBC News: Some visitors may be exempted from coronavirus quarantine rule
The transport secretary says people arriving from countries with low virus infection rates may not need to isolate. Continue reading.
BBC News: Coronavirus: 6,000 jobs at risk at Cafe Rouge and Bella Italia owner
The chains' owner Casual Dining Group files intent to appoint administrators after the virus lockdown hit trading. Continue reading.
BBC News: Coronavirus: All over-fives in UK now eligible for test
Everyone over the age of five in the UK with symptoms can now be tested for coronavirus, Health Secretary Matt Hancock announces. Continue reading.
BBC News: Coronavirus: More than 200 residents die at HC-One care homes in Scotland
The owners of a care home where 10 residents have died say 207 people have lost their lives in their Scottish homes. Continue reading.
East Anglian housing association boss warns of ‘tough times ahead’ in coronavirus crisis. The boss of East Anglia’s biggest housing association has warned the housing crisis may deepen in the wake of coronavirus, saying there are “tough times ahead”. Continue reading.
BBC News: Coronavirus symptoms: UK adds loss of smell and taste to list
Loss of smell and taste join a new cough and fever as signs that self-isolation may be necessary, UK experts say. Continue reading.
Suffolk jails build 48 temporary cells built to stop spread of coronavirus. A total of 48 temporary cells have been built in the grounds of two Suffolk prisons to stop the spread of Covid-19. Continue reading.
More than 400 fines issued for coronavirus rule-breakers in Suffolk and Essex. There have been more than 400 fines issued to people across Suffolk and Essex for breaching lockdown restrictions, it has emerged. Continue reading.
‘Stick with it’ - new message to Suffolk residents during coronavirus lockdown. ‘Stick with it’ and don’t get complacent about coronavirus lockdown restrictions - that is the message a new campaign is conveying to Suffolk residents. Continue reading.
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'I'm not happy going back to work. It's too soon'
Nearly 5,000 people have contacted the health and safety regulator with workplace safety concerns over the virus. Continue reading.
Taxi drivers and care workers among jobs with highest rates of coronavirus deaths. Taxi drivers and security guards are among the occupations for men with the highest number of coronavirus-related deaths, according to new figures. Continue reading.
BBC News: Coronavirus: Man interviewed by police over death of railway worker
A man is interviewed under caution after Belly Mujinga died with coronavirus after being spat at at work. Continue reading.
After coronavirus – a new opportunity for health, social care, government and us. After coronavirus what could our future health and social care services look like? How could we use the tough experiences of these last months to create better care and support for people across our diverse communities in Ipswich, Suffolk, north Essex and beyond?
BBC News: Coronavirus: Testing and tracing roll-out at three health boards
The Scottish government says the "key" scheme will be piloted in NHS Fife, NHS Lanarkshire and NHS Highland. Continue reading.
BBC Sport: Steve Bruce urges Premier League rethink over restart date from coronavirus shutdown
Newcastle boss Steve Bruce says players will "fall down like a pack of cards" if they are not given time to get match fit. Continue reading.
BBC Sport: Coronavirus could cost top-flight European clubs £3. 5bn
Top-flight European clubs stand to lose more than £3. 5bn because of Covid-19 even if all the major domestic leagues and competitions reach their conclusion.
BBC News: Coronavirus: Andy Burnham warns PM risks 'fracturing national unity'
Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham says he felt he was given no real notice of the measures announced last Sunday. Continue reading.
BBC News: Coronavirus doctor's diary: A super-spreading funeral that led to three deaths
Before the lockdown, many mourners at a funeral in Bradford became infected with Covid-19, and three died. Continue reading.
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'I got a kidney transplant in the middle of the pandemic'
A 16-year-old says he is lucky his procedure went ahead, but now he is terrified of catching coronavirus. Continue reading.
BBC News: Coronavirus: Safety watchdogs deal with hundreds of workplace complaints
The Health and Safety Executive says it has been contacted 390 times with concerns about Scottish workplaces since March. Continue reading.
BBC News: Coronavirus: Jeremy Corbyn's brother arrested at anti-lockdown protest in London
Piers Corbyn was among hundreds of demonstrators in London's Hyde Park on Saturday afternoon. Continue reading.
BBC News: Coronavirus: School plans are 'small, tentative step' - Gavin Williamson
Gavin Williamson says the best way of giving kids the best life opportunities is to return them to school. Continue reading.
BBC News: Coronavirus: Gavin Williamson seeks to reassure parents over school plan
The education secretary acknowledges some parents are "very anxious" about schools reopening in England. Continue reading.
Hundreds of doctors in East say NHS care for non-coronavirus patients is worsening. Hundreds of doctors in the East of England have “little or no confidence” in the NHS’s ability to provide safe patient care as routine treatments are set to restart, according to the British Medical Association (BMA). Continue reading.