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There will be an army of ghouls and zombies filling Christchurch Park next month – but do not let that put you off watching Ipswich’s Halloween firework display.

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A woman with dementia in a desperate bid to find her best friend, an internal fight to fill a parish council seat and dealing with conspiracy and sabotage to take control of the family business.

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A fuel fraudster has been given a community order after failing to pay garages for fuel on seven occasions.

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The new sponsors of two Ipswich academies in special measures have outlined their vision to improve their schools.

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A beautician who lost an ear, was left partially bald and has permanent scarring after being attacked at a Lowestoft bus stop has spoken out.

A section of the wall around Christchurch Park in Ipswich will have to be rebuilt after a car crashed into it.

Ipswich Town

Matt Clarke has signed a new contract at Ipswich Town.

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The summer transfer window has now closed, during which Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy brought in a total of 12 new signings on permanent or loan deals.

Yesterday, 14:23

Tommy Smith hailed new defender Piotr Malarczyk’s mental strength after the Pole’s baptism of fire in Saturday’s 3-2 home defeat to Brighton.

Yesterday, 16:00

It’s once again set to be a quiet transfer deadline day at Portman Road, with manager Mick McCarthy having completed his summer business well in advance.

Yesterday, 06:00

While other Championship clubs scramble around for some last minute additions before today’s 6pm transfer deadline, Ipswich Town will be content that they have completed their shrewd summer business.

Mon, 15:55

Blues boss Mick McCarthy refused to criticise his players after this defeat but will surely be disappointed at the manner in which his team surrendered top spot in the Championship.

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My first car

Thursday, August 27, 2015

This week we bring you the next instalment in the story of 1928 Riley Tourer WK 4894, which featured in our My First Car series having been bought by Alan Hazlewood in 1954-55.

Friday, August 21, 2015
Brian Simmons's 1939 Ford Prefect wasn't as pristine as this one.

Brian Simmons tells of some of the trials and tribulations of keeping his 1939 Ford Prefect on the road.

Friday, August 7, 2015
Terence O'Mahony's 1963 Vauxhall Cresta which he bought at 12 years old for £150.

Terence O’Mahony still has fond memories of his wonderful and much-admired Vauxhall Cresta.

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What's On

Colourful street art which has appeared on an underpass on the outskirts of a Suffolk town has sparked a debate about whether provisions should be made for it to become a feature elsewhere in the area.

Yesterday, 14:02

Being a redhead has proved ‘the single most significant characteristic of my life’, says Suffolk-raised Jacky Colliss Harvey.

Yesterday, 10:35

Giant fruit and veg, canine competitions, a local personality – it’s the perfect recipe for a Suffolk village celebration.

Sunday, August 30, 2015

Familiar faces from The Riverside’s history are returning to celebrate the Woodbridge theatre’s 100th birthday. Entertainment writer Wayne Savage spoke to Mike Warden, helming the special anniversary show

Sunday, August 30, 2015

They may all be approaching or already into their 30s, but the McBusted lads remain a big draw to pop fans of all ages, as proved by the huge sell-out crowd at Newmarket Nights on Saturday.

Saturday, August 29, 2015

A historian and author from Colchester whose book has been picked up by Hollywood has released a new thriller based on another daring Second World War mission.

Sport

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Tributes have been paid to a former Suffolk world darts champion who has died at the age of 78.

17:12

Essex County Cricket Club have confirmed head coach Paul Grayson has left the club with immediate effect.

Yesterday, 16:47

Essex bowler Reece Topley will join Hampshire at the end of the season.

Yesterday, 14:26

Ipswich Men’s 1st XI have appointed Adnan Zakir as their new player-coach. Zakir, will be part of the newly-promoted East Premier A side.

Yesterday, 11:29

Framlingham Bowmen hosted the 65th East Anglian Championships, which saw 36 archers from Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Suffolk and Norfolk competing in four different bow classes.

Thursday, August 27, 2015

Ipswich Witches 61 Peterborough Panthers 29

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Yesterday, 12:42

I don’t know what gas smells like, writes Lynne Mortimer.

Saturday, August 29, 2015
Is it possible to eat local for 30 days?

In common with others around the county, Sheena Grant has set herself a new challenge for the month of September.

Saturday, August 29, 2015
Ellen and her husband welcome her firstborn to the world

My daughter just got kicked in the head by her unborn sibling.

Thursday, August 27, 2015
The Red Arrows perform manoeuvres at last year's Clacton Air Show

By the time this is published I shall be on my way to the Clacton Air Show – along with up to 200,000 other aviation enthusiasts.

Saturday, August 22, 2015
Ellen's son with his dummy

Parental judgement has become a national epidemic. Like obesity, binge drinking and texting at the dinner table. It’s no longer the remit of meddling mother-in-laws, writes Ellen Widdup.

Business

15:17

The Port of Felixstowe today saw the launch of its 31st daily rail freight service.

Yesterday, 17:06
iStreet was launched by Hugo Catchpole and Hamish Stone last year. It works on the basis of a donation being made to charity each time a customer uses iStreet to make an online purchase. The social enterprise company has now been nominated for a prestigious Charity Times Award.

An Ipswich-based social enterprise that has raised thousands of pounds for good causes is in the running for a UK Charity Times Award.

Yesterday, 08:00
BSP International Foundations, part of Tex Holdings plc of Great Blakenham, which has bought the assets and business of G & M Power Plant.

Nineteen out of 35 jobs at an electric generator manufacturer have been saved after its business and assets were bought out of administration on Wednesday.

Yesterday, 06:00
Landmark House and Beacon House.

A facilities management business owned by Suffolk County Council is moving home and undergoing a re-brand.

Sunday, August 30, 2015
Ipswich Mayor Glen Chisholm with the director of  Derivco Matt David at the opening of their new offices.

It was a little while ago that somebody coined the phrase - Silicon Suffolk - to recognise the growing importance of new high tech, computer and internet businesses.