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Hopes of a multi-million-pound lottery windfall for Ipswich Museum have been dashed – forcing borough chiefs to reconsider the ambitious £23m project to transform the High Street campus.


A yellow weather warning for high winds has been issued by the Met Office for Essex and Suffolk across the weekend.

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An illegal immigrant is facing a jail term after police found nearly 400 plants and seedlings at a cannabis factory set up in an east Ipswich house.


A man from the Ipswich area has died after falling from the Orwell Bridge, police said today.

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It’s been a year of TV nasties for Ipswich Town, but Noel Hunt is hopeful that memories of the club’s last televised triumph can prove inspirational when the Blues take on Charlton in front of the cameras tomorrow (12.30pm ko).

Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy says he’s prepared for tomorrow’s game at Charlton just like he does for every Championship game – expecting the opposition to play like Brazil!

All the action and reaction from The Valley, as Ipswich Town take on Charlton Athletic.


Our bite-sized guide to Ipswich Town’s televised trip to Charlton Athletic.

Ipswich Town skipper Luke Chambers believes a return to tough tackling has helped the Blues turn around their recent slump in form.


They may be on a run of 11 TV games without a win in 2015, but columnist Karl Fuller shows the Blues’ all-time record on the box isn’t as bad as the recent pass would suggest.

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Christmas adverts have boomed in recent years with the likes of John Lewis, Marks and Spencer and Tesco leading the way.

Entertainment writer Wayne Savage looks at the Colchester Mercury’s spring and summer season.


Drama, ballet, comedy, opera, music, plus a magic sprinkling of stars from stage and screen.

It’s out with the old and in with the new as Ipswich Orchestral Society changes its name to Ipswich Symphony Orchestra.

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The New Wolsey Young Company stages its first ever musical, Sweeney Todd - The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, next spring and needs performers.


Bury Town boss Ben Chenery has added goalkeeper Duncan McAnally to his squad for tomorrow’s FA Trophy home game against Thurrock.

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Tony Humes has today parted company with Colchester United.

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Last week’s shock resignation by Suffolk County Council cabinet member for education Lisa Chambers shone a bright spotlight on the tensions that remain within the Tory group at Endeavour House.

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Southwold-based Adnams has named The Bridge House, near London’s Tower Bridge, as its Pub of the Year.

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