Matt Hancock last night set a target of 100,000 coronavirus tests a day as he returned to work after suffering from the disease.
Key worker students and staff have produced more than 150 visors to help protect those on the front line during the coronavirus crisis.
The council has called upon businesses to donate unused equipment
However, five coronavirus patients at the hospital have recovered enough to be discharged.
Drivers have been left scratching their heads due to huge differences in fuel prices across West Suffolk.
West Suffolk Council says 382 businesses have so far signed up for the Small Business Grant Fund with the first payments to be made from tomorrow.
The nation is gearing up to turn blue again for the second Clap for our Carers event.
Take your mind off the coronavirus crisis for a few minutes with this challenging quiz.
Hannah Gregory was competing in Knockout Week for a place in the semi-finals.
UK cases accelerate although Suffolk numbers remain steady
West Suffolk College students deliver goods ahead of coronavirus lockdown.
My feature on continuing my weekly chess club from home
Newmarket's MP Matt Hancock has reiterated his thanks to the NHS and said the service had enough staff to cope with the expected peak.