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A teenager is in intensive care with stab wounds after reports of a stabbing in Landseer Road, Ipswich, last night.

From vicious Vikings and sumptuous treats to funfair rides and top bands – Ipswich Waterfront was buzzing with activity for the return of the Maritime Festival.

A mystery pool of blood found on a porch of a home in Chattisham following a knock on the door in the early hours of Saturday morning has emerged as an injured cyclist needing help.

Plenty of activities and attractions are on at the Waterfront again today as the Ipswich Maritime Festival has returned across the weekend.

Two badminton players from Ipswich have scooped silver medals in the Special Olympics games in Sheffield for Suffolk’s first ever entry in the national competition.

Developers for the former BHS store in Butter Market, Ipswich, have unveiled plans to divide the building into seven separate units with a mix of shopping, leisure and restaurants.

Best Days Vintage in Ipswich put on a window display with a difference last week – replacing its mannequins with live models.

Technology students at One sixth form in Ipswich put their building skills to the test to craft a soap box vehicle in a national challenge.

A team of more than 100 runners is preparing to tackle the Great East Run in Suffolk to raise money and awareness for brain tumour research.

Top table tennis players from Suffolk treated shoppers in Ipswich to an exhibition of their talents at Sailmakers Shopping Centre.

Train services between London and Chelmsford, Colchester, Ipswich and Norwich are returning to normal after being delayed because of a broken down train.

Laughter yoga, video blogging and languages will be among the leisure learning courses at Suffolk New College this September.

Police investigating the murder of Peter Wrighton in East Harling have said they are “exploring all avenues” into how he died.

Police have upped patrols in key areas of the River Gipping in Bramford and Sproughton after reports that people have been putting themselves at risk diving into the river.

Youngsters with special education needs from schools in Suffolk got the chance to meet a team of disabled motorsport drivers with a special trip to Snetterton.

A group of volunteers who have worked tirelessly to improve one of Ipswich’s popular parks over the last five years have split – but say their work will remain for future generations to enjoy.

Ipswich Museum was buzzing with artistic activity on Wednesday as the ‘Incredible Instrument’s event featured took place.

The owners of the new Ipswich Escape Rooms which opened last week have said they are thrilled with the feedback it has had after soaring bookings have meant it is almost full for this month.

Active youngsters enjoying the school holidays were able to escape the wet weather yesterday with an archery morning at Northgate Sports Centre in Ipswich.

The Post Office has said it is working hard on arranging alternative services in east Ipswich after the closure of Heath News newsagents.

From dodgeball and jailbreak to capture the flag and frizbee – adults in Ipswich can take a step back in time and play their favourite school playground games in a social space this weekend.

Ipswich Town have confirmed midfielder Andre Dozzell is likely to miss the rest of the season after tearing a cruciate ligament.

Police were called to rescue six large swans walking on the A12 near Benacre this morning.

An inquiry into controversial plans to build 300 homes in Bell Lane, Kesgrave, gets underway after weeks of delays.

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for the region this morning as heavy downpours are expected to beset Suffolk and Essex today.

The Al Tazid Foundation in Ipswich has raised more than £1,700 with a food stall at the Indian Mela event in Christchurch Park.

A playgroup on the Shotley peninsula is appealing its latest Ofsted report after going from ‘good’ to ‘requires improvement’.

The inquest into a man who died at his home in Brantham has concluded he died as a result of choking.

Social media messenger WhatsApp is set to be used by doctors and CCGs in Suffolk in the event of a future cyber attack, as part of a raft of measures revealed by health bosses.

A sports teacher at One sixth form in Ipswich is taking his love of sports to London where he will be rubbing shoulders with the world’s top athletes as a volunteer for the World Athletics Championship.

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