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BBC News - Suffolk

Covid lockdown 2.0: 'We've had to completely change our business' (2 days old [21/11/20])

Three businesses explain how lockdown is affecting them and what they are doing to survive.

Unity FC: Football an 'international language' in refugee team (2 days old [21/11/20])

Unity FC features players from 15 different countries, who have found a shared love in football.

A14 Orwell Bridge to remain open during high winds (3 days old [20/11/20])

A reduced speed limit will be put in place in an attempt to keep the bridge open in high winds.

Port troubles leave UK bookseller with no books (3 days old [20/11/20])

Congestion at Felixstowe Port in Suffolk is proving a major headache for importers before Christmas.

Sizewell C: Nuclear power plant bosses 'are listening to locals' (5 days old [18/11/20])

Sizewell C chiefs say they have made "important" changes to plans but campaigners remain opposed.

Covid-19: Coping with loneliness in a pandemic (5 days old [18/11/20])

Talking about experiencing loneliness as the coronavirus fight continues to affect our daily lives.

Ipswich man who drove car into group after fight jailed (5 days old [17/11/20])

The man mounted the pavement outside a pub "motivated, at most, by a minor skirmish", say police.

Covid-19: Johnson Service Group blames virus for 1,500 job cuts (5 days old [17/11/20])

Johnson Service Group has been hit by a slump in demand from the hotel and food processing sectors.

Ipswich flats' 'Grenfell' fire patrol costs owners £300 a month (5 days old [17/11/20])

Residents in the block say they had "no warning" about charges for the round-the-clock patrol.

Grenfell Tower insulation firm behaved 'dishonestly' (6 days old [16/11/20])

A former employee from Celotex tells the inquiry he got the insulation approved in an unethical way.

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Evening Star News

Revealed: The neighbourhoods with the highest and lowest coronavirus infection rates (9 minutes old)

The latest government data on coronavirus infection rates in neighbourhoods across Suffolk and north Essex has revealed Hadleigh has the highest number of cases throughout the region.

Covid winter plan set to be revealed - including relaxing rules for Christmas (9 minutes old)

More areas will face tougher Covid restrictions as the country returns to the three tier system once lockdown is lifted but it is still unclear what measures will be imposed on Suffolk and North Essex.

WATCH: Cute mandrill monkey born at Colchester Zoo (10 minutes old)

Colchester Zoo has shared some adorable photos of its mandrill monkey Mindy and her newborn baby boy.

Ipswich Christmas fair cancelled but will return in 2021 (12 minutes old)

Although shops will reopen next week after the lockdown, one recent Christmas tradition in the town is not returning this year – there will be no Craft Fair in Lloyds Avenue.

Multi-million pound offices and warehouse snapped up by controversial council firm (2 hours old)

The investment arm of two district councils has come under fire for snapping up three more properties – top quality offices and two warehouses – for almost £10.5million during a pandemic.

High streets suffer massive fall in shopper numbers — but footfall is creeping upwards (2 hours old)

Footfall across retail sites in the East of England has plummeted by nearly 57% year-on-year as the effects of lockdown take their toll.

Ipswich shops start to prepare for busy festive shopping after lockdown (2 hours old)

Businesses in the heart of Ipswich are hoping that they will be able to take advantage of a Christmas shopping bonanza after the end of the second lockdown at the start of December after details of what will happen when it eases started to emerge.

First families to move into new council houses by Christmas (3 hours old)

The first of 41 new council homes at the former Tooks Bakery site will be ready for families to move into before Christmas, the council has revealed.

How these mums launched their own successful decorating business after losing pub jobs (4 hours old)

Ipswich mums Hayley Hodgson and Amy Foulger have reinvented themselves as painters and decorators after being made redundant from their jobs at the Punch & Judy on Cardinal Park.

Jess Glynne to play Thetford Forest next summer (4 hours old)

Pop superstar Jess Glynne has announced she’ll be playing Thetford Forest as part of Forest Live next summer.

EADT News

Covid winter plan set to be revealed - including relaxing rules for Christmas (9 minutes old)

More areas will face tougher Covid restrictions as the country returns to the three tier system once lockdown is lifted but it is still unclear what measures will be imposed on Suffolk and North Essex.

WATCH: Cute mandrill monkey born at Colchester Zoo (10 minutes old)

Colchester Zoo has shared some adorable photos of its mandrill monkey Mindy and her newborn baby boy.

Ipswich Christmas fair cancelled but will return in 2021 (12 minutes old)

Although shops will reopen next week after the lockdown, one recent Christmas tradition in the town is not returning this year – there will be no Craft Fair in Lloyds Avenue.

This charity is rescuing children from orphanages around the world (19 minutes old)

Hope and Homes for Children, started by a former army officer from East Anglia, is counting on your support to help its work this Christmas.

Multi-million pound offices and warehouse snapped up by controversial council firm (2 hours old)

The investment arm of two district councils has come under fire for snapping up three more properties – top quality offices and two warehouses – for almost £10.5million during a pandemic.

High streets suffer massive fall in shopper numbers — but footfall is creeping upwards (2 hours old)

Footfall across retail sites in the East of England has plummeted by nearly 57% year-on-year as the effects of lockdown take their toll.

Man who damaged neighbour’s pizza oven is sentenced (2 hours old)

A 60-year-old man who damaged an outdoor pizza oven belonging to a neighbour has been sentenced in court.

9 homes set to be built in village (2 hours old)

Fresh plans have been submitted to build nine homes on land to the north of Elmswell.

Ipswich shops start to prepare for busy festive shopping after lockdown (2 hours old)

Businesses in the heart of Ipswich are hoping that they will be able to take advantage of a Christmas shopping bonanza after the end of the second lockdown at the start of December after details of what will happen when it eases started to emerge.

First families to move into new council houses by Christmas (3 hours old)

The first of 41 new council homes at the former Tooks Bakery site will be ready for families to move into before Christmas, the council has revealed.

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