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Man, 21, jailed for stealing iPhone from Ipswich library and alcohol from Tesco

A 21-year-old man has been jailed after stealing alcohol worth nearly £200 and a man’s iPhone in Ipswich Library.

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Muriel Munro's injuries

Brutality inflicted on 90-year-old Ipswich dementia sufferer by her carer is revealed

This sickening photograph reflects the brutality inflicted on a 90-year-old Ipswich dementia sufferer by her ‘cruel’ carer.

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Man stole tips from Costa concession

Thief who stole staff’s tips from Ipswich Costa Coffee concession must pay compensation

A thief who swiped a mug containing tips for staff from an Ipswich Costa Coffee shop has been told he must pay them compensation.

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Update: Normal rail service resumes between Ipswich and London after track fault near Norwich

Train services from Ipswich to London are returning to normal due after urgent track repair work near Norwich.

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The site of ReavellÕs in Ranelagh Road is in the bottom left corner of this photograph, taken in May 1982. The River Orwell runs across the picture. West End Road is at the top. The ReavellÕs site is now mainly residential. (Photo by Russell Whipps).

Gallery: Kindred Spirits looks back at history of Ipswich employer Reveall and Company.

A major employer in Ipswich, until around 10 years ago, was Reavell, writes David Kindred

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Anger over plans for new homes in Rushmere

Council pledges to fight appeal over woodland homes bid in Rushmere St Andrew

Planners have pledged to “robustly defend” their decision to refuse housing proposed for a “commemorative woodland” in east Suffolk, rejecting criticisms they were “rolling over” to the developers.

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PULSE Festival 2015, That Is All You Need To Know

That Is All You Need To Know, by Idle Motion, Pulse Festival, New Wolsey Theatre, May 28

The release of the film The Imitation Game and the play Breaking The Code means that the world knows a lot about codebreaker Alan Turing but what about the rest of The Bletchley Park boffins?

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PULSE Festival 2015, Bromance. Photo: Chris Nash

Review: Bromance, Pulse Festival, New Wolsey Theatre, May 28

The New Wolsey’s 2015 Pulse Festival got off to a flying start with Bromance - a startling, at times jaw-dropping, display of dance-theatre and circus skills.

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PULSE 2015 Children and Young People's Day, Kid Carpet. Photo: Paul Blakemore

New Wolsey fun day will have children and young people’s PULSE racing

PULSE is all about the kids this Sunday, with shows, games and the chance to quiz theatre professionals at this year’s Children and Young People’s Day. Entertainment writer Wayne Savage channels his inner child (not difficult) and sees what’s happening.

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Young handler Jake Churchyard came fourth in his class

Young pig handler Jake Churchyard, two, wins rosette at Suffolk Show

Jack Churchyard is possibly the youngest competitor at this year’s Suffolk Show.

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Shire horses in the Presidents Ring on the second day of the Suffolk Show 2015.

Live: Share your Suffolk Show photos during the second day of the annual agricultural showcase

The Suffolk Show is the county’s opportunity to celebrate its rich agricultural heritage.

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Image issued by the British Geological Survey of a graphic showing where an earthquake struck in Sandwich, Kent. Photo: British Geological Survey

‘It felt as if our house was being broken into’ - Suffolk and Essex residents react to earthquake

Earth tremors have been felt in Suffolk and Essex after a 4.3 magnitude earthquake struck Kent.

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An architects impression of the proposed new look for Ipswich Cornhill

At last the county council is prepared to talk about money

It’s taken a general election and a shift in power at the county council, but finally there’s some movement on the protracted discussion about the future of Ipswich Cornhill.

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The site of ReavellÕs in Ranelagh Road is in the bottom left corner of this photograph, taken in May 1982. The River Orwell runs across the picture. West End Road is at the top. The ReavellÕs site is now mainly residential. (Photo by Russell Whipps).

Gallery: Kindred Spirits looks back at history of Ipswich employer Reveall and Company.

A major employer in Ipswich, until around 10 years ago, was Reavell, writes David Kindred

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Massimo Luongo in action for Ipswich Town

QPR sign former Ipswich Town loanee and are reportedly keen on JET

Championship new-boys QPR have signed former Ipswich Town loanee Massimo Luongo on an undisclosed three-year-deal.

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Fortuna Dusseldrof fans, pictured before Ipswich Town's game against derby back in January. Photo: Gregg Brown

Ipswich Town will travel to Germany to take on their friends at Fortuna Dusseldorf

Ipswich Town are heading to Germany this summer to take on Fortuna Dusseldorf in a pre-season friendly – a club whose similar history has led to a close bond between the two sets of fans.

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Michael Chopra scored four goals in two pre-season games at Cambridge United in 2011 and 2012. Photo: PAGEPIX LTD

Ipswich Town to face Cambridge United in pre-season friendly

Ipswich Town have announced they will face League Two side Cambridge United, at The Abbey Stadium, in a pre-season friendly on Tuesday, July 21 (7.45pm ko).

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Action from last summer's game at Shelbourne. Photo: Maurice Frazer

Ipswich Town heading to Ireland for pre-season once again

Ipswich Town are again heading to Ireland for a pre-season training camp this summer.

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Ipswich Town fans. Photo: Ashley Pickering

Ipswich Town end of season big survey results

This newspaper asked supporters to take part in a big end of season Ipswich Town online survey last week. More than 500 of you participated and today we bring you the results.

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Phil Hilton

Ipswich Witches face crucial Premier League double header against Redcar Bears

Team manager Phil Hilton insists that there’s still all to play for in the Premier League ahead of a crucial double fixture against Redcar Bears.

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Eastern Counties face Surrey at Twickenham on Sunday

Eastern Counties are through to their first Twickenham final since 2004 after a hard-fought 26-19 Bill Beaumont Cup Division Two North win over Northumberland at Newcastle’s Kingston Park.

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Karl Duguid following his final appearance for the U's, at Walsall at the end of the 2013-14 season

Karl Duguid’s ‘gut feeling’ about his old club Colchester United

Former Colchester United stalwart, Karl Duguid, always had a ‘gut feeling’ that his old club would avoid relegation.

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