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During this unprecedented time, many readers will not be in a position to be able to buy a newspaper. To help, Iliffe Media have developed the IM News app which can be downloaded for free and read on either your phone or tablet.

The IM News app contains the latest breaking news from our journalists as well as a digital version of the Suffolk Free Press and is available for free for a month.

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More cash support needed to see Suffolk through coronavirus crisis, councils warn

More cash support needed to see Suffolk through coronavirus crisis, councils warn

More cash support needed to see Suffolk through coronavirus crisis, councils warn

Suffolk councils have received nearly £6 million in emergency cash from central Government in the latest settlement – but bosses warn more is needed.


Sudbury schoolboy praised for pursuing project on history of numbers during coronavirus lockdown

Sudbury schoolboy praised for pursuing project on history of numbers during coronavirus lockdown

Sudbury schoolboy praised for pursuing project on history of numbers during coronavirus lockdown

Alex Mos, 12, explored the topic before writing a 500-word, in-depth essay for a maths school project, which he completed while working from home.


Teams can train as one group as FA release phased return for grassroots football

Teams can train as one group as FA release phased return for grassroots football

Teams can train as one group as FA release phased return for grassroots football

The Football Association has released a plan for the return of outdoor competitive grassroots football after gaining approval from the government.


Leisure centres in Sudbury and Hadleigh set for phased re-opening as coronavirus lockdown eases

Leisure centres in Sudbury and Hadleigh set for phased re-opening as coronavirus lockdown eases

Leisure centres in Sudbury and Hadleigh set for phased re-opening as coronavirus lockdown eases

Abbeycroft Leisure announced it is preparing for a phased return of activities at its facilities, beginning from Monday, July 27.


Lavenham Children's Book Festival transformed for digital format due to coronavirus outbreak

Lavenham Children's Book Festival transformed for digital format due to coronavirus outbreak

Lavenham Children's Book Festival transformed for digital format due to coronavirus outbreak

The festival was set to take place in October, but has now been turned into a digital offering, called Bookworms’ Bonanza, which begins on Monday.


Age UK Suffolk to close after 'significant financial losses' due to coronavirus

Age UK Suffolk to close after 'significant financial losses' due to coronavirus

Age UK Suffolk to close after 'significant financial losses' due to coronavirus

The charity will no longer offer services to older people across Suffolk from Friday, July 24.


The Fox in Bulmer Tye eager to make 'new normal' work after re-opening following coronavirus lockdown

The Fox in Bulmer Tye eager to make 'new normal' work after re-opening following coronavirus lockdown

The Fox in Bulmer Tye eager to make 'new normal' work after re-opening following coronavirus lockdown

The pub welcomed back customers on Friday, operating with a smaller team and no more than 40 people per service, alongside a range of safety measures


Face coverings: What you need to know

Face coverings: What you need to know

Face coverings: What you need to know

The Government has announced it will soon be mandatory to wear a face covering in supermarkets and other shops - here's what you need to know.


Hadleigh salon anticipates bright future after strong support following return from coronavirus lockdown

Hadleigh salon anticipates bright future after strong support following return from coronavirus lockdown

Hadleigh salon anticipates bright future after strong support following return from coronavirus lockdown

Despite being in business for just 12 hours before closing, Double Take Hair Salon says the community's support has given them great confidence.


Swimming, five-a-side football, hockey and basketball among sports soon to be unlocked

Swimming, five-a-side football, hockey and basketball among sports soon to be unlocked

Swimming, five-a-side football, hockey and basketball among sports soon to be unlocked

The secretary of state for digital, culture, media and sport, Olive Dowden, has revealed a host of sports are set to be able to soon resume.


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