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Andrew Papworth

An Ipswich woman accused of threatening to kill a woman who was going to be a witness against her in a court case has been cleared by a jury.

Cash and drugs were found on a person in a railway station search, leading to an arrest.

This was the terrifying weapon seized from a teenager during a county-wide crackdown on dangerous knives.

They may only be, for the moment at least, a two-man army.

There were once fears its distinctive booming sounds would be lost forever.

If a driver had been caught on a mobile phone while driving, it would be bad enough.

The EADT and Ipswich Star today calls for a permanent memorial for Ipswich Town’s greatest ever player, Kevin Beattie.

A learner driver who was behind the wheel without supervision was reportedly seen with a one-year-old child on a lap in the front passenger seat.

A biker’s BMW motorcycle was seized by police after the rider was spotted “pulling several wheelies” on a busy town centre road.

Youths who reportedly chased sheep on their off-road bikes on a Suffolk farm have been given warnings by police.

In a wide-ranging interview, 1950s, 60s and 70s tennis star Christine Truman Janes – who today lives in Aldeburgh – talks about life in Suffolk, her husband’s dementia fight and the secret to success.

Parents of teenage troublemakers who are making neighbours’ lives a misery on a housing estate have been given written warnings for “failing to exert sufficient parental control over their children”.

Angry neighbours frustrated by troublemaking teenagers on a housing estate have been urged not to retaliate – for fear it could only make matters worse.

A former world tennis star was the special guest at a Suffolk care home fete.

They might be doctors – but instead of medicine, they prescribe much-needed fun, laughter and joy at some of the most challenging periods in young people’s lives.

Those wanting to give money to the homeless should avoid giving money to rough sleepers and instead give it to charities, a member of parliament has said.

A teenager who admitted vandalising a play park and village hall will write a letter apology for the crime – and pay £100 compensation.

A speeding driver was caught travelling at 110mph on the A14 - 40mph above the limit for the road.

Many football-mad youngsters love nothing more than a kick-about with their friends in the park.

A brave child battling against a rare genetic condition which prevents him from the ability to crawl, walk, run or stand will inspire a superhero-themed inflatable obstacle fun run this weekend.

A driver caught having not insured his newly-bought car gave police the excuse that he was planning to do it the day after.

A devastated community is rallying round to raise money for the funeral of a “beautiful young lad” found in a river so they can give him the send off he deserves.

Olive Boar, who grew up in Ipswich and was living in Felixstowe at the time of her death, was officially the country’s oldest resident.

A spooky Halloween fundraiser is to return for a second year to raise cash for a hospice.

A former world tennis star and French Open champion will open an autumn fair at a Suffolk care home.

It was said to transform youngsters into well-rounded adults and open their eyes to the real world.

A popstar is to take a leading role in an Ipswich pantomime.

A picturesque garden in Ipswich which is sowing the seeds of good health for older people is set to continue thanks to extra funding.

Patients are to be given life-changing help to cover up wounds, scars, facial disfigurements and other skin conditions thanks to a groundbreaking new hospital pilot.

A drug dealer convicted of murdering a Suffolk man who died after he was stabbed to “teach him a lesson” has been jailed for 18 years.

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