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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.

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Certified puppy breeders have spoken out over a hard-hitting new report which names Suffolk and Essex as illegal puppy farming hotspots.


Police have launched an investigation into a suspected murder at a home in Cumberland Avenue, Bury St Edmunds.

38 minutes ago

Today marks tell an old joke day, how many people can you make laugh?

Two people have died and more than 120 have been injured in an early morning earthquake which struck the Greek island of Kos and parts of southern Turkey.


This weekend is Jimmy’s annual festival, so we have created a stage set time list so you know where to be and when.

A landowners’ lobby group is calling for “fundamental reform” of the UK’s farm subsidy system.

Ipswich Town

30 minutes ago

Nottingham Forest have reportedly had a £2m bid for striker Daryl Murphy accepted by Newcastle United.

Ipswich Town take on Gillingham in their fourth pre-season friendly of the summer tomorrow. Here’s all you need to know ahead of the game at Priestfield.

Yesterday, 16:56

Ex-Ipswich Town boss George Burley believes Mick McCarthy faces a simple decision regarding homegrown talent this season – either give them a fair chance to develop or send them out on loan.

Yesterday, 09:12

Impressive young midfielder Flynn Downes has signed a new three-year deal at Portman Road.

Wed, 16:07

Ipswich Town striker target John Marquis has signed a new deal with Doncaster Rovers.

Wed, 13:16

Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy says he is happy to go into the new season with a reduced squad size.

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My first car

Saturday, July 15, 2017

An Austin A30 not only put radio enthusiast Allan Papworth on the road to freedom but on the air as well.

Sunday, July 9, 2017

After much welding and many new body parts, Brian Hampson’s ‘souped-up’ Ford Anglia was a head-turner for the right reason.

Sunday, July 2, 2017

Judith Dale’s first car was an Austin Ruby and, 54 years and a few house moves later, the now renovated 1936 car is still very much part of the family.

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38 minutes ago

Today marks tell an old joke day, how many people can you make laugh?

Yesterday, 16:10

As parents and children prepare for a scorching six week summer break from Friday, Ipswich Borough Council has lined up scores of family-friendly events to keep the youngsters entertained.


This weekend is Jimmy’s annual festival, so we have created a stage set time list so you know where to be and when.

It’s said that water is life. For Framlingham-raised songwriter Simon Law, it’s music. A key member of Soul II Soul, he’s just seen his debut album go to number one on the UK soul charts.

Culture Club’s Roy Hay is buzzing when I catch up with him at TalkSPORT’s studios.

There were a lot of suggestions when it came to who’d take over hosting duties when The Great British Bake Off switched from BBC One to Channel 4. Children’s presenters Dick ‘n’ Dom where among them.

Acclaimed screen and stage actor Neil Stuke heads to Jimmy’s Festival this weekend, but he’s no stranger to East Anglia.


Yesterday, 18:50

Once again the British Motocross arrived at the Blaxhall Circuit near Woodbridge on Sunday for the sixth round of the Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship as a large crowd packed into the sandy circuit on a hot sunny summer’s day.

Yesterday, 16:29

Alex Oxley continues to re-write the record books, writes Nick Garnham.

Yesterday, 15:51

Mountain bike racing returned to Hill Farm, Hintlesham, where the high speed, power-demanding conditions were quite different from the mud-plug riders faced when the MSG Series was last there in March 2016.

Yesterday, 14:56

Don Topley discusses the many benefits of veterans’ cricket in his latest column.

Yesterday, 09:50

James Reiss has named a competitive Aldeburgh squad for the visit of Felixstowe Ferry in the quarter-final of the Stenson Shield on Saturday. It promises to be a keenly-fought match. Reiss misses the match because of a wedding, so Roger Taylor takes over as captain.

Wed, 18:44

In the Danny King column this week, the Premier League Pairs, who will win the British GP, Witches and Lions latest – and why Danny’s TV exploded!

Star Lifestyle

Yesterday, 05:46

If you look at our towns, and villages for that matter, you will see that in many cases their character is made up by buildings of a mixture of generations.

Mon, 10:08

Allons enfants de la Patrie, Le jour de gloire est arrivé! Lynne Mortimer celebrates Frenchness in the wake of the 228th anniversary of the storming of the Bastille.

Mon, 09:53

A fish and chip supper with a bonus giant bottle of diet Coke free from the chippie in the company of good friends was a treat on a sultry summer’s night with not too many bitey insects about. It is a scene unchanged over the decades. At times like this, life is good.

Thursday, July 13, 2017

I am becoming increasingly confident that Ipswich will be getting a new northern bypass – and that it could take much less than the 15 years suggested to see work under way on the project.

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Member of Parliament Jacob Rees-Mogg has endowed his male children with many and unusual names. Lynne Mortimer ponders the curse... or blessing of a name

Thursday, July 6, 2017

After Framlingham, East Bergholt, Brantham, Fressingfield and Shotley, there is now another flashpoint in the battle over new rural homes – in the picture postcard village of Kersey


Yesterday, 15:41

Regional law firm Birketts has advised the vendors on the sale of a leading ventilation maintenance and ductwork cleaning company.

Yesterday, 14:43

Essex businessman Paul Nunny has been honoured by Parliament for his contribution to the beer industry.

Yesterday, 09:23

The first scheduled service between Stansted Airport and the United States for nine years is to be launched next April.

Wed, 15:29

A leisure park in Suffolk has changed hands for the second time in less than three months, in a deal valued at more than £13m.

Wed, 14:09

Pubs and brewing group Greene King is to be the new official ale partner of Premiership rugby club Gloucester.

Wed, 12:45

Full-year revenues and profits at East Anglia-based infection prevention products manufacturer Tristel will come in ahead of previous market expectations, the company said today.

Wed, 11:46

Energy group Drax has reported a strong start to 2017, including further progress for its Ipswich-based electricity retail business Haven Power.