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The owners of the former Rose and Crown pub at the junction of Norwich and Bramford Roads in Ipswich have been formally served with a notice to carry out work to make the building safe.

Ipswich council’s executive is set to confirm the compulsory purchase of two homes in the town on Tuesday.

Residents of villages near Southwold fear that a huge new gravel quarry could be created in the middle of a protected area near one of Suffolk’s most important nature reserves.

Colchester’s moment in the spotlight during Thursday’s evening’s BBC Question Time programme was cut short after a member of the audience was taken ill.

The campaign to compensate women who lost years of pension contributions has been backed by Ipswich council.

Road users – especially commuters – gave a huge sigh of relief when the Orwell Bridge re-opened early on Thursday morning after an overnight closure because of high winds.

Scores of motorists are facing fines, points on their licences, or the prospect of special training after “dicing with death” on railway level crossings in Suffolk.

There is no sign of an end to years of council austerity – and no indication of when authorities might be able to ease up on the quest for more cuts.

The Christmas lights are up, and on, all over Ipswich. The Bury Christmas Fayre starts today. So the festive season has well and truly started.

The struggle against gangs and knife crime on the streets of Ipswich has got the unanimous backing of the borough at its full meeting at the town’s Corn Exchange.

MPs were divided along party lines over the likely impact of the Budget on the lives of their constituents.

The Chancellor announced some very large figures for the NHS in the budget – but health professionals and politicians in East Anglia were still trying to work out what it would mean for services on the ground.

Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond put housing at the heart of his Budget speech on Wednesday – but his proposals divided local politicians along party lines.

Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond is today unveiling his first autumn budget with predictions that it could be one of the most interesting for years.

One of the most notorious mobile phone notspots in East Anglia should have better connections with the 21st century within the next few weeks.

Businesses and families across Suffolk and Essex were waiting to hear on Wednesday what Chancellor the Exchequer Philip Hammond’s Budget will mean for them.

Ipswich-based Trianon Music Group has just completed its 2017 series of concerts – but it is already preparing for next year.

Proposals which could lead to a merger between Babergh and Mid Suffolk districts have been further delayed after councillors demanded written legal advice before any further discussions are held.

Bosses at the borough in Ipswich are hoping to hear good news from the Chancellor in Wednesday’s budget when it comes to building new council homes.

Fare-dodging cost 25 travellers more than £10,000 when they appeared before magistrates in Ipswich last week.

Bramford Road in Ipswich is likely to be closed for several more days at least as work starts to make the former Rose and Crown pub safe.

Officials in Ipswich have hit back at claims that the town’s car parks are too expensive after the spotlight was shone on the most expensive park in the town – which is also one of the smallest.

One of the best-known pubs in Ipswich is expected to finally be demolished during the first part of 2018 to become a temporary car park.

Proposals to develop the former sugar beet factory site in Sproughton on the edge of Ipswich into a new business park are about to take a big leap forward.

Suffolk brewers Adnams have stirred up storm in a beer glass by extolling the virtues of “Mighty Norwich City” while not having a shop in Ipswich, their own county town!

Suffolk gardening expert, writer and broadcaster Ric Staines has died – prompting tributes from people who knew and worked with him.

Bramford Road in Ipswich is set to remain closed during Monday morning’s rush-hour while safety engineers continue their inspection of building work at a former pub.

Some people may still think of model trains as “toys” but hundreds of people who visited Kesgrave High School on Saturday went to admire the skills of those who put so much time and effort into an exacting hobby.

Ipswich seven-year old Alexander Boyle is much nearer getting a new specialist tricycle that will enable him to play with his family and friends after fundraising effort.

Zimbabweans living in Ipswich have gathered on the town’s Waterfront to show solidarity with their homeland where citizens took to the streets to tell President Robert Mugabe to quit peacefully.

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