Adam Howlett Senior Reporter email@example.com @EADTadam Norwich City billboard torn down by Ipswich Town fans Yesterday, 10:59 Adam Howlett Ipswich Town fans have shown their disgust for a billboard in the town showing off Norwich City’s new home kit - by attempting to tear it down. Primary school in Ipswich says goodbye to two long-running members of staff Fri, 16:47 Adam Howlett Children and staff at Sprites Primary School in Ipswich have said a fond farewell two long-running staff members. UK Power Networks begin drilling under River Orwell as part of multi-million pound boost to power supply in Suffolk and Essex Fri, 11:44 Adam Howlett Engineers have started drilling under the River Orwell as part of a £30 million scheme to boost power supplies in Suffolk and Essex. Premiership striker Peter Crouch’s banter with Ipswich Town fan has Twitter-users ‘in stitches’ Fri, 11:15 Adam Howlett Premiership football star Peter Crouch has had an amusing exchange with an ITFC fan on Twitter – after being mocked for his looks and goal scoring prowess. Deputy headteacher at Thomas Wolsey School retires after more than 25 years – having started as a supply teacher Thu, 14:46 Adam Howlett A deputy headteacher retiring from a special school in Ipswich after more than 25 years had originally signed up to work just one day as a supply teacher. Video: Prince Harry visits RAF Honington in Suffolk to present new Colour Thu, 12:22 Adam Howlett Prince Harry presented a new Colour to the RAF regiment at Honington this morning in its 75th anniversary year. Crackdown on drink and drug driving in Suffolk sees more than 60 drivers fail alcohol and drug tests Thu, 10:28 Adam Howlett A month-long campaign to tackle drink and drug driving in Suffolk has seen more than 60 drivers fail alcohol and drug tests. Video: Suffolk’s cyber crime team meet students at Kesgrave High School to offer advice on staying safe on social media Thu, 06:09 Adam Howlett Officers from Suffolk police’s cyber crime unit have visited students at Kesgrave High School to chat with them about how to stay safe on social media. Gallery: Pupils at St Matthews Primary School meet real life comic book hero ‘Adam the Pranker’ Tue, 17:10 Adam Howlett Children at St Matthews Primary School in Ipswich came face to face with a real life comic book hero. Renowned writer and K-Punk blogger Mark Fisher from Felixstowe took own life after battle with depression Tue, 16:42 Adam Howlett An influential writer, music blogger and university lecturer from Felixstowe described as ‘fiercely intelligent and insightful’ took his own life having battled depression, an inquest has heard. Enjoy the sunshine while you can – thunderstorms and hail are on their way Mon, 14:25 Adam Howlett The MET Office has issued a yellow weather warning for thunderstorms for Tuesday and Wednesday saying there could be a risk of flash flooding, large hailstones and power outages in Suffolk and Essex. Fire crews fight caravan blaze in Felixstowe Mon, 12:16 Adam Howlett Firefighters have tackled a blaze at a caravan park in Felixstowe this morning. Want to pay less for fuel? Here are the best prices for unleaded and diesel in the Ipswich area today Mon, 06:39 Adam Howlett Morrisons in Sproughton Road and ASDA in Stoke Park Drive are the cheapest places to fill your car with unleaded petrol in the Ipswich area today. ‘Time to Change’ dog walk in Ipswich raises awareness of mental health issues Friday, July 14, 2017 Adam Howlett Dog walkers in Ipswich have got together in Christchurch Park to spread awareness of mental health issues. Push for girls’ football sees Suffolk club’s female membership soar Friday, July 14, 2017 Adam Howlett A Suffolk football club is encouraging more girls to take up the beautiful game. Former town pastor from Kesgrave is convicted of late night attack on lone woman in Brighton Thursday, July 13, 2017 Adam Howlett A former town pastor from Kesgrave described as a ‘wolf in sheep’s clothing’ has been convicted of violently assaulting a lone woman in Brighton as she walked home after a night out. Two injured after collision between moped and cyclist in Ipswich Thursday, July 13, 2017 Adam Howlett Two people have been taken to hospital following a collision between a moped and a cyclist in Ipswich this morning. Officers to step up patrols in battle against anti-social behaviour in Suffolk Thursday, July 13, 2017 Adam Howlett Suffolk police are set to carry out targeted patrols to combat anti-social behaviour (ASB) in the county. The Fat Cat and California Social Club win Ipswich and East Suffolk CAMRA’s best pub and club awards Wednesday, July 12, 2017 Adam Howlett Two Ipswich venues are raising a glass in celebration after winning prestigious Campaign for Real Ale awards for best pub or club. Bishop of Dunwich cuts ribbon to open Debenham primary school’s new play area Wednesday, July 12, 2017 Adam Howlett A primary school in Debenham has celebrated the grand opening of its new early years outdoor play area. Man admits causing unnecessary suffering to six horses at site in Paper Mill Lane near Ipswich Tuesday, July 11, 2017 Adam Howlett A 61-year-old man from Ipswich has pleaded guilty to causing unnecessary suffering to six horses in his care. More than 170 jobs at risk as East of England Co-op announce plans to close Ipswich distribution centre Tuesday, July 11, 2017 Adam Howlett More than 170 jobs are at risk after the East of England Co-op revealed it plans to close its long-established distribution centre in Ipswich. One Big Multicultural Festival returns to Ipswich in its seventh year Monday, July 10, 2017 Adam Howlett Ipswich will celebrate its rich and diverse mix of cultures next month as the One Big Multicultural Festival returns in its seventh year. Couple celebrate 60 years of marriage after meeting at dance class in Ipswich in 1954 Monday, July 10, 2017 Adam Howlett An Ipswich couple are celebrating their diamond wedding anniversary this month after meeting at a dance class in 1954. Man charged with possession of knife after Ipswich Wilko store is evacuated Friday, July 7, 2017 Adam Howlett A 33-year-old man has been charged with possession of a knife after police were called to reports of a man causing alarm to staff and customers in Wilko in Ipswich on Wednesday. Ipswich Hospital Charity’s first ever sponsored walk to take in stunning views of Felixstowe seafront Friday, July 7, 2017 Adam Howlett Fundraisers will get to soak in the stunning views of Felixstowe seafront at the Ipswich Hospital Charity’s first ever sponsored walk this month. Suffolk police warn of dangers of child grooming and stalking on new Snap Map app tool Thursday, July 6, 2017 Adam Howlett The head of Suffolk police’s cyber crime team has warned of the potential dangers of stalking and child grooming on Snapchat’s new feature - Snap Map. Concerns raised that overgrown sign at Copdock roundabout could be putting motorists’ lives in danger Thursday, July 6, 2017 Adam Howlett A Suffolk motorist fears an overgrown road sign at Copdock roundabout in Ipswich could be putting fellow road users in danger. Ipswich youth project ‘Wise up to Money’ receives £5,000 cash boost Tuesday, July 4, 2017 Adam Howlett Ipswich youth project ‘Wise up to Money’ which provides workshops for young people and advice for their families has received a £5,000 cash boost. Novice runners from Suffolk come on leaps and bounds as they train for first ever Great East Run Tuesday, July 4, 2017 Adam Howlett Five runners from Suffolk who are taking on their first half marathon at the Great East Run are coming on leaps and bounds since joining the Ipswich Jaffa running club.