December 5 2013 Latest news:
Ann’s business is all about babies
Churches in Ipswich are planning to open their doors to the homeless this Christmas.
The English department at a Suffolk high school is preparing for the curtains to lift on its first ever theatrical production.
An elderly woman was left fighting for her life after falling from bed during her first night in hospital.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a burglary in Ipswich, during which the resident disturbed an offender.
Super fast mobile broadband is coming to Ipswich.
Jason Mango’s, sorry Manford, delivered once again at the Regent with his understated approach to observational comedy.
Soul II Soul’s Jazzie B has a bit of an exclusive when I call in the middle of rehearsals for their latest tour.
Two decades since debuting at number one with Dreams, singer-songwriter Gabrielle is heading back on the road - including a date at the Ipswich Regent next year.
Under their current and two previous conductors the Ipswich Orchestral Society has built a deserved reputation for high standards of performance and the ability to attract soloists of stature and repute. The appearance of the well-established but still young Benjamin Grosvenor was doubtless a factor in drawing a large crowd to the Corn Exchange.
Acoustic at heart, but not always quiet; English folk rockers/punks Oysterband finally return to Ipswich this week.
A Suffolk man woke in the middle of the night to find he’d be joined by an unexpected guest.
One of the big advantages of the arrival of new housing is the ability of councils to secure “planning gains” for the community forced to watch as its green fields are concreted over.
We are now less than 18 months from the next general election, and the political parties are really trying to flex their muscles.
Sunshine and Showers
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For some of the older and vulnerable people who benefit from the Bridge Project’s meal delivery service, it offers a lot more than a hearty hot dinner.
Blackburn Rovers striker Jordan Rhodes insists his goalscoring celebrations at Ipswich Town on Tuesday were not aimed at the Blues fans who still love him.
Ipswich v Blackburn: Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy changed a winning formula and came up trumps as Blackburn were defeated 3-1 at Portman Road.
Ipswich v Blackburn: Ipswich Town moved to within two points of the play-off places with a 3-1 home win over Blackburn Rovers.
Ipswich v Blackburn: Ipswich Town earned their second Championship victory in a row, thanks to a 3-1 win over Blackburn Rovers, at Portman Road, on Tuesday evening.
Ipswich v Blackburn: Blues boss Mick McCarthy has made four changes to his starting line-up for tonight’s Championship game against Blackburn Rovers at Portman Road.
A replica of an iconic hut used by the world’s longest serving golf club professional at a west Suffolk club is to be recreated as a starter’s shelter.
Three penalty saves from AFC goalkeeper Alex Archer saw Sudbury through to the Robert Dyas Cup quarter-finals against Leiston.
Colchester United triumphed 7-6 in a penalty shoot-out last night, after their Essex Senior Cup fourth round tie against Billericay Town had ended 2-2 after 90 minutes.
New Leiston first-team boss Steve Ball is looking to put a ‘turbulent few seasons’ behind the Victory Road club and lead them to future success.
The month of December could be make-or-break for Colchester United.