Figures released by Public Health England show an increase of 13 cases in the county, since Friday.
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A third patient at West Suffolk Hospital who tested positive for coronavirus has died - as the hospital treats more people with the virus.
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases across Suffolk has risen to 61 – an increase of 19 in one day.
After the impact of the theft was shared online, the school received an outpouring of support from people offering to help replenish the stolen goods.
A major blaze took hold of The Lion pub on Thursday.
Weston’s Bakery is operating a collection service called dough and go, while Jamie’s Meat Inn has seen increasing demand for its delivery service.
Waitrose is limiting customer numbers and marshalling queues to help tackle the virus spread, while Sainsbury's and Tesco also introduced measures.
The Fox in Bulmer Tye and The Crown in Hartest are among five pubs operated by Suffolk-based Gusto Pronto to have closed on Monday.
Officers were alerted to the blaze in Honey Tye, a vacant site which once traded as The Lion, shortly after 2.15pm yesterday (Thursday).
Suffolk Police is issuing guidance on how to avoid unscrupulous individuals using the publicity around the virus to take advantage of the vulnerable.
The theft of the black GLC Mercedes 250 from Radiator Road took place some time between the evening of March 18 and the morning of March 19.
The future of a vital bus service, which was put in jeopardy after having its funding axed, has been secured.
Villagers say the trial for a reduced timetable on the Chambers 84 bus cannot realistically judge demand if more accessible stops are not introduced.
The Suffolk School Bus Campaign said it is extremely disappointed and will continue to lobby for three key alterations to the controversial policy.
Although plans for the Sudbury relief road were shelved over a year ago, Babergh District Council says it has not given up on it happening entirely.
James Cartlidge has expressed his delight after becoming the parliamentary private secretary to Rishi Sunak.
Steven Hancock, 60, and Ann Williams, 61, are lobbying the Foreign Office and Indian authorities, after being left in a poorly-maintained hospital.
St Peter’s is hosting the BrushStroke Festival of Art, with proceeds going to the therapy services and activity groups run by Success After Stroke.
Anglia Sunshine Nurseries has been rated as outstanding following a recent inspection.
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