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Two hooded men are reported to have threatened staff at an Ipswich shop with a handgun before making off with cash from the till.
Bosses at an Ipswich primary school ranked by Ofsted in a list of consistently under-performing institutions are confident that improvements are being made.
An Ipswich charity are looking to hand out more than 100 luxury food hampers to vulnerable families in the town over Christmas.
Relief teams will be sent to busy A&Es in the region this winter to take patients out of the hands of paramedics so they can get back on the road quicker.
Two cars have collided on a busy interchange for the A14 north-west of Ipswich.
A prolific shoplifter has been banned from returning to the Ipswich newsagent he targeted three times in four days.
Guards employed by Greater Anglia are set to hold another one-day strike the day after the two-day Christmas rail network shutdown.
Jonas Axeldal may have never achieved anything like hero status at Ipswich Town, but the Swedish striker had already made his mark on football before he arrived at Portman Road.
David McGoldrick should go straight back into the Ipswich Town line-up when he returns from injury.
Former Town star Jason Dozzell says Ipswich can catapult themselves into play-off contention over the crucial festive period.
Ipswich Town players past and present, plus fans, have been paying tribute to club stalwart Dick Parker.
Ipswich Town fans have been reacting to news that owner Marcus Evans could be ready to spend in January, even though the club’s debt has increased to £89m.
Ipswich Town finance director Mark Andrews insists owner Marcus Evans remains ‘in it for the long haul’ after the latest set of accounts were revealed at last night’s PLC AGM, adding there could well be money for transfers in January.
David Webb got on the road with his first car – an MG K2 – but, as a non-runner, he had to get it on the road first.
Gerald Moores believes supernatural forces transformed his ailing Ford Prefect when he sold it to car dealer and heavyweight wrestling champion Big Les!
It was love at first sight when Diana Hunt’s boyfriend surprised her with a red Ford Capri... and she still misses her first car!
From handmaids to Tom Hardy’s grunting, maverick cops to Doctor Foster’s revenge, it was a big year for the small screen says our TV Editor
The ghosts of Christmas TV past: TV Editor Stacia Briggs looks at how festive TV schedules have changed since 1936
Hundreds of UK cinemas will open late into the night as they welcome fans to the first public screenings of Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
Peter Kay’s first live stand-up tour in eight years has been cancelled because of “unforeseen family circumstances”.
The annual Christmas concert at the Smokehouse in Ipswich this weekend is raising cash for St Elizabeth Hospice and the Rock for Toni campaign.
Westlife’s Shane Filan returns to the Ipswich Regent next year.
Turner Prize-winning artist’s exhibition at Firstsite expounds the fictional world of an Essex everywoman that inspired his ‘Taj Mahal on the Stour’.
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High-flying Ipswich recorded a third consecutive win and clean sheet with a clinical 5-0 victory over Canterbury.
Nino Severino reflects on the success of the 2017 Elena Baltacha Awards, which saw guests battling the worst weather of the year to enjoy the event!
Dominic Oliver and Jo Andrews were the individual winners at the second race in this season’s Suffolk Winter Cross Country League, held recently at Sutton, near Woodbridge.
The future looks bright, in terms of young runners bursting onto the scene at county and regional cross country championship level, as highlighted by the recent performances of Ruby Vinton.
A pioneering Suffolk martial artist has claimed a world title again – more than 20 years after he won his first.
Suffolk cricketer Jaik Mickleburgh has won the Wilfred Rhodes Trophy, which is presented annually to the batsman with the highest average in the Minor Counties Championship.
Ipswich Witches boss Chris Louis will be keeping a close eye on American star Gino Manzares during the 2018 season with a view to a future return to Foxhall.
When I saw that leaders of Suffolk County Council were proposing to launch a new bid for city status for Ipswich, I had two slightly conflicting emotions.
It can’t be easy taking on British citizenship at the same time a becoming a member of the royal family...
Lynne may have a bad back but it won’t stop her lunging for the best fried egg
Yes, it was cold, yes it got colder and yes, I had to cuddle up to my husband for warmth
Take a look at how much the cost of Christmas has changed over time. Pick a year and the price of a Christmas tree, a Christmas dinner and the best selling present is revealed.
Last week’s budget was as big a non-event as I can remember from a Chancellor of the Exchequer. But he still got a lot of column inches for what he said and did to try to help the housing crisis.
The Christmas lights are up, and on, all over Ipswich. The Bury Christmas Fayre starts today. So the festive season has well and truly started.
Construction materials group SigmaRoc has agreed a deal worth up to £10.25m to acquire Suffolk-based pre-cast concrete specialist Poundfield Products.
Unemployment in the UK has continued to edge lower despite the biggest quarterly fall for more than two years in the number of people in work.
Felixstowe has become the first port in the UK to handle the equivalent of more than 1m standard containers by rail in a single year.
A co-founder of Milsom Hotel & Restaurants, which includes Le Talbooth at Dedham and Kesgrave Hall, near Ipswich, has died at the age of 93.
A town centre café in Ipswich is the latest business to achieve the New Anglia Youth Pledge Marque.
Suffolk concrete products company Poundfield has made a substantial investment in a fleet of 10 new forklist trucks.
Stansted Airport has reported a strong start to its winter flying season following its busiest-ever November.