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Ben Gummer on the site of the northern fringe

Ipswich: Northern fringe “not good enough” for town as Tories ask for changes to plan

The proposed Ipswich Garden Suburb masterplan is “not good enough” for the town according to the Tory opposition on the borough council.

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Beryl Willson will have lived at her house in Ipswich for 75 years on September 2.

Video/Gallery: Beryl Willson moved into her Ipswich home the day before war began...and it’s still home sweet home!

The outbreak of the Second World War is a date that few who lived through it will ever forget.

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Murder victim Edna Harvey

Ipswich: Detectives renew appeal over 87-year-old widow Edna Harvey’s 1987 Finchley Road murder

Thirty years ago today frail and barely able to see Edna Harvey was strangled in her Ipswich home during what is believed to have been a botched late-night burglary.

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Concern over accuracy of Suffolk's crime figures

Suffolk: Police watchdog’s inspection suggests nearly 15% of crimes in Suffolk are not recorded as offences by constabulary

The integrity of Suffolk Constabulary’s crime figures was called into question today after a police watchdog’s sample audit found nearly 15% of offences were not recorded as crimes.

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Boarding Party. Photo by Janice Poulson, Woodbridge Camera Club

Woodbridge: Replica boat fit for king arrives in town ahead of riverside celebration

Woden warriors and well-wishers gathered to welcome a unique visitor to a riverside town.

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Ipswich: 4x4 vehicle flips over near former fire station in Colchester Road

A 4x4 off-road vehicle overturned in Ipswich leaving three people with minor injuries.

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Boarding Party. Photo by Janice Poulson, Woodbridge Camera Club

Woodbridge: Replica boat fit for king arrives in town ahead of riverside celebration

Woden warriors and well-wishers gathered to welcome a unique visitor to a riverside town.

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Lindsey Lodge Farm is taking part in Red Tractor Week. From left: Romona Pavel, James Bendell, Emily Johnson and, in the wheelbarrow, Kimonie Sturgeon.

Suffolk: Firms on board for food assurance initiative

A selection of Suffolk suppliers will be part of a national scheme promoting the importance of including quality produce on our shopping lists.

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Dreamboats and Miniskirts, coming to Ipswich soon. Photo: Darren Bell

Ipswich: Get your new Regent and Corn Exchange autumn-winter programme

With a new programme and a new look being unveiled soon, the Ipswich Regent and Corn Exchange can’t wait for the autumn-winter season to get under way.

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People enjoyed the Suffolk Punch Trust open day despite the rainy weather

Hollesley: Heavy horses help celebrate county’s heritage

Poor weather did little to dampen spirits as the home of the oldest stud farm breeding Suffolk’s famous heavy horse breed welcomed crowds of wet but enthusiastic visitors.

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How well do you know Stowmarket?

Quiz: How well do you know Stowmarket?

Stowmarket sits at the heart of Suffolk, a market town popular with commuters.

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Rail passengers suffered further delays.

How can rail passengers ever trust their services again?

For those of us who do not commute to work every day, it is difficult to imagine the sheer anger and frustration that our rail companies put passengers through on a regular basis.

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Beryl Willson will have lived at her house in Ipswich for 75 years on September 2.

Video/Gallery: Beryl Willson moved into her Ipswich home the day before war began...and it’s still home sweet home!

The outbreak of the Second World War is a date that few who lived through it will ever forget.

Read full story »

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Ipswich Town fans watch on as their side go down to a limp 1-0 home defeat to rivals Norwich City

LETTERS: Please prove me wrong Mr McCarthy because we are bored

The EADT and Ipswich Star has received numerous letters, e-mails and tweets from Ipswich Town fans following last weekend’s 1-0 home defeat to rivals Norwich City. Here is a flavour of the reaction.

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Wigan's Emmerson Boyce keeps a grip on Ipswich sub Frank Nouble last season.

Ipswich Town’s trip to Wigan next month selected for SKY TV coverage and Monday night kick-off

Ipswich Town’s Championship clash at Wigan Athletic, originally scheduled for Saturday September 20, will now be played on Monday September 22 and will be shown on Sky Sports (7.45pm).

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Paul Taylor in action for Rotherham

LOAN WATCH: ‘Sensational’ Paul Taylor has quickly become a fans’ favourite at Rotherham

Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy has just 16 outfield first-teamers available for Saturday’s trip to Derby County. Chief Football Writer STUART WATSON spoke to his counterparts at Rotherham and Carlisle to find out how loanees Paul Taylor, Anthony Wordsworth and Jack Marriott are getting on.

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Tyrone Mings

Ipswich Town’s Tyrone Mings represents a chink of light amid the Portman Road gloom

Amidst the current doom and gloom post-derby day defeat, a chink of light may just have emerged for Ipswich Town in the form of Tyrone Mings.

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Chelsea's Isaiah Brownin FA Youth Cup action.

Ipswich Town stepping up their search for a loan star

Ipswich Town will step up their attempts to land a highly-rated Premier League youngster or two on loan following Saturday’s match at Derby County.

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Leiston's Craig Parker was the star in theor 5-0 win

Leiston face big test away at league leaders Margate

Leiston face their biggest test of the new season on Saturday as they travel to Margate, unbeaten league leaders and favourites for the title.

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Brian Messenger

Messenger heaps praise on high-flying Witches ahead of quick-fire double clash with Sheffield who themselves are looking to continue their good form

Ipswich ‘Sackers’ Witches team manager Brian Messenger, says the current Suffolk septet is the best senior side he has ever managed.

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Ellis Baker

Ellis Baker celebrates 50 years not out at Nacton Cricket Club

Harold Macmillan was nearing the end of his tenure as Prime Minister, The Searchers’ Sweets for my Sweet was number one in the UK charts and Ipswich Town were days away from embarking on a dismal season that saw them relegated from the top flight.

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Sophie Sunderland

Ipswich duo Sophie Sunderland and Lorna Bennell to represent England at Sainsbury’s School Games

Ipswich Hockey Club under-18 players, Lorna Bennell and Sophie Sunderland have been selected to represent England at the Sainsbury’s School Games.

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AFC Kesgrave & Willis

SUFFOLK & IPSWICH LEAGUE: AFC Kesgrave team up with Willis in move that suits both parties

There’s a new addition to Division Three of the Suffolk & Ipswich League.

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