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Martlesham: Assault accused ‘took pictures of unconscious victim’ at Music on the Green festival

A man who punched a fellow festival-goer in the face, causing his jaw to break in two places, was seen taking pictures of the injured man with a mobile phone as he lay unconscious on the ground, it has been alleged.

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Weather: Last of the summer sun set to be replaced by breezier autumnal weather – but not until next week

Now is the time to make the best of the lingering summery weather – because next week it may all be gone.

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Regan Wood, 9, was responsible for raising the alarm when his grandmother Carol Hunting suffered a diabetic coma in the early hours of Sunday morning. Pictured with mum Hayley Wood

Ipswich: Quick thinking Regan, 9, raises alarm to save nan from coma

A quick-thinking nine-year-old from Ipswich who saved his nan’s life by raising the alarm when she fell into a diabetic coma has been described as a “little diamond” by his grateful grandmother.

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Cyclist hurt in collision with car

Ipswich: Cyclist’s arm broken in town centre crash

A cyclist suffered a broken arm following a collision with a car on a town centre roundabout.

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Residents ask questions at an earlier public meeting called to discuss the council homes plan in Great Blakenham

Great Blakenham: Tensions in village grow over council homes plan with new meeting to be held later

It is early days for proposals to build new council homes in a village but already tensions are running high.

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Better Broadband for Suffolk reaches 50,000 properties. L-R: Cllr Mark Bee (Suffolk County Council), Tim Whitley (BT), Peter Butler (Openreach), Chris Bally (Suffolk County Council), Peter Ingram (Suffolk County Council), Mark Spells (Openreach), Caroline Goldsworthy (BT), Meral Bence (Openreach).

Suffolk: More than 50,000 homes now have access to superfast broadband as campaign hits landmark halfway stage

The drive to improve internet access to businesses and communities across Suffolk has reached the halfway stage – with more than 50,000 properties connected six weeks ahead of schedule.

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Eastern Angles' Ragnarok, the Hush House, Bentwaters. Photos: Mike Kwasniak

Review/gallery: Ragnarok, Eastern Angles, the Hush House, Bentwaters, until Sept 28

Sometimes, trying to avoid your fate is the very thing that leads you to it.

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Abi Hood

Gallery: Abi Hood returns to her acting roots to perform at Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds

A young woman is returning to the stage of her home theatre as a professional actor.

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The third Woodbridge Shuck Shellfish Festival is set to take place from October 3-5

Woodbridge: What’s on the menu for town’s third seafood festival?

Seafood lovers will soon salivate for the freshest shellfish as it makes the short journey form riverbed to plate for a town’s third foodie festival.

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Enchanted Entertainment's Cinderella, starring Maureen Nolan

Ipswich: Dancers needed to join Cinderella at the Regent

Ever wished you were in the Ipswich Regent pantomime rather than watching it? Here’s your chance.

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Lily Wade gets a masterclass from Aoife Kennedy and Andy O'Reilly

Ipswich: Irish dancer Andy O’Reilly tells of his early dedication during Ipswich-leg of the 20th anniversary tour

Anyone passing the Regent Theatre, Ipswich this week will be able to hear the distinctive tones of Gaelic music emanating from the auditorium.

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The TV crews arrive at Clacton Pier - but did they find many local people who gave their views on immigration?

Immigrants are good for the country – even in Clacton!

When Douglas Carswell shocked the political world and jumped from the Tories to UKIP last week I headed off to Clacton to try to speak to some of his constituents about his defection.

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Daryl Murphy scores Town's second goal of the night

GALLERY: Ipswich Town 2 Brighton & Hove Albion 0

Goals from Jonathan Parr and Daryl Murphy gave Ipswich Town a 2-0 victory over Brighton, at Portman Road, on Tuesday night.

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Daryl Murphy scores Town's second goal of the night

GALLERY: Ipswich Town 2 Brighton & Hove Albion 0

Goals from Jonathan Parr and Daryl Murphy gave Ipswich Town a 2-0 victory over Brighton, at Portman Road, on Tuesday night.

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Daryl Murphy celebrates putting Ipswich Town 2-0 up. Picture: Steve Waller

REPORT & MOTM POLL: Ipswich Town 2 Brighton & Hove Albion 0

Ipswich v Brighton: Ipswich Town recorded their second 2-0 home win in four days to move up to ninth in the Championship table.

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David Stockdale

Brighton & Hove Albion’s David Stockdale has a soft spot for Ipswich Town

He may have a soft spot for Ipswich Town, but David Stockdale returns to Portman Road tonight insisting Brighton & Hove Albion will be no soft touches.

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Ipswich manager Mick McCarthy shakes hands with Jay Tabb at the end of Saturday's 2-0 home win over Millwall. PHOTO: SARAH LUCY BROWN

Left midfield role is Jay Tabb’s to lose, says Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy

There are a queue of left wingers lined up, but they’ll have to do really well to get Jay Tabb out of the Ipswich Town team.

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Scrum action from Colchester's game

RUGBY ROUND-UP: Stowmarket score 14 tries, as Colchester and Chelmsford win

Reports from the weekend’s rugby union games across the region.

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Ipswich's Carlton Littlechild looks to evade a challenge from Mike Rouse

GALLERY: Ipswich 19 North Walsham 19

Ipswich led 19-5 but had to settle for a draw as they protected their unbeaten home record against the last side to win at Humber Doucy Lane, back in January 2013.

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Ipswich Wanderers' chairman Terry Fenwick

Ipswich Wanderers chairman hoping for big crowd at Wednesday’s FA Cup replay against Wingate & Finchley

Ipswich Wanderers chairman Terry Fenwick has called on the town’s football fans to back the Thurlow Nunn Premier side in the FA Cup on Wednesday night (tomorrow).

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Frankie Kent

“No qualms” about starting with Colchester United teenager Frankie Kent

Colchester United teenager Frankie Kent is set to start against Sheffield United tonight.

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