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Shoppers have expressed shock after plans to shut to a “struggling” East of England Co-op store in Ipswich were announced.

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Thousands of the region’s bravest swimmers donned their wetsuits and took the plunge at the Great East Swim when it returned to Suffolk today.

From a tribute music festival to a muddy obstacle course – there are plenty of events for people to enjoy across Suffolk and north Essex this weekend.

Thousands of runners dressed in pink are expected to descend on Trinity Park near Ipswich this weekend to play their part in the fight against cancer.

Essex Police says it is “very concerned” for the welfare of two missing young people – who are believed to be together in the Colchester area.

Four people arrested on suspicion of murder in connection with the death of a man in Chelmsford yesterday have been released.

Ipswich Town

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Chris Doig is the latest man to take on the assistant manager’s role at Ipswich Town. ANDY WARREN looks at some of the Blues’ memorable deputies

Yesterday, 12:05

Ipswich Town owner Marcus Evans has sought advice from Peterborough director of football Barry Fry as he looks to kick-start the Blues’ summer transfer activity.

Yesterday, 06:00

Striker Martyn Waghorn is excited for the start of the Paul Hurst era at Portman Road.

Thu, 19:04

Ipswich Town have this morning discovered their Championship fixtures for 2018/19. Here are a few key dates.

Thu, 15:56

Stuart Watson and Andy Warren discuss all the latest Ipswich Town news following the release of next season’s fixtures.

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My first car

Wed, 11:24

Alan Eggleton tells of his 1935 BSA three-wheeler – great fun to drive, with some real character, and a slap-happy tail in crosswinds.

Mon, 14:18

Trevor Lightening kept his 1958 Vauxhall Cresta PA running smoothly, albeit rather smokily, with the help of shots of Redex.

Friday, June 8, 2018

Patricia Abbott explains why her Fiat 127 hatchback, a temperamental starter on cool mornings, had so many dents on the roof over the driver’s door.

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Next month classic TV sit-com Dad’s Army celebrates its 50th anniversary. Arts editor Andrew Clarke takes a look at why it continues to bring in record ratings while a big screen re-make failed to find an audience

To mark the 50th anniversary of Dad’s Army’s arrival on our screens Arts editor Andrew Clarke revisits his extensive interview with Suffolk scriptwriter David Croft to mark the launch of his autobiography

Yesterday, 17:55

Barnum, the circus musical, that made Michael Crawford, a West End and Broadway star, is being revived in an ambitious production at the end of this month by the Ipswich Co-op Juniors. Alan Ayres spoke to two local aerial artists who have been recuited to handle some of the dazzling stunts in the show

Youngsters across Ipswich are set to be given free iCards for the summer holidays which will allow them to enjoy activities across the whole six week break.

Thu, 16:48

A feisty Felixstowe audience gave Giovanni Pernice a little more than he bargained for on Wednesday as he brought his Born to Win tour to the Spa Pavilion.

Thu, 16:20

Movies that tell a good story and have engaging characters provide that all-important re-watch value necessary for a great film. Arts editor Andrew Clarke presents a series of idiosyncratic suggestions for movies which may entertain if you are in the mood for something different

Thu, 15:54

This was a concert with some familiar names – Bartok and Stravinsky - but Guillaume de Machaut and Gyorgy Ligeti are less widely recognised and perhaps this accounted for a smaller than usual audience. Nevertheless, the players of the Mahler Chamber Orchestra performed with distinction in an eclectic and stimulating programme.

Sport

Yesterday, 19:00

Mike Bacon, in his weekly column, takes a look at the antics of Nick Kyrgios and how is VAR doing for you?

Yesterday, 12:00

Athletics correspondent CARL MARSTON highlights some terrific results for Suffolk athletes at the English U-23/U-20 Champs and Anglian Schools Champs

Yesterday, 09:19

Suffolk’s side will be shorn of several experienced players for their opening Unicorns Championship match of the season against Staffordshire, starting on Sunday, writes Nick Garnham

Thu, 22:48

Ipswich Witches 53 Edinburgh Monarchs 37

Thu, 22:40

Mike Bacon takes a look at five things we learned about the Ipswich Witches in their win over Edinburgh Monarchs

Thu, 18:09

Just like most professionals, during different phases of my sporting life I have continually set myself goals.

Thu, 14:06

It’s one of the meetings they have all been talking about for months, writes Dean Cox.

Star Lifestyle

08:01

At around 41p per day, I’ve always thought the BBC licence fee offered great value for money, writes Thrifty Living’s Sheena Grant.

Yesterday, 10:52

Picnics are not just for teddy bears. Lynne Mortimer reviews the modern history of picnics.

Tue, 12:05

Reasons to be proud on Suffolk Day

Tue, 11:46

Raindrops on Roses and M&S bib bags, bright copper kettles and M&S glad rags...

Tue, 11:35

Who wants to be living it up in club class anyway?

Friday, June 15, 2018

Technology is supposed to make our lives easier but for criminals, it’s just another opportunity to take advantage of the unwary.

Saturday, June 9, 2018

I should have known it. My washing machine, aged 22, is a mere baby compared to some out there.

Business

Yesterday, 16:06

A new business networking session is starting up for small and micro business owners who might normally shy away from networking because they worry they’ll be expected to give a presentation, or find walking into a room of strangers daunting.

Yesterday, 14:06

London Stansted Airport has been awarded Level 3+ carbon neutral status by the Airports Council International (ACI), in recognition of its extensive work to reduce and offset carbon emissions at London’s fastest growing airport.

Yesterday, 11:51

Fenn Wright cyclists raise more than £6,500 for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices with long distance trek.

Yesterday, 11:13

Businessman reveals plans to create a £25m `care village’ at Westerfield House, on the edge of Ipswich.

Yesterday, 09:42

Two brothers who are passionate about classic cars are scaling up their car storage business, enabling them to look after more collectible motors for other like-minded enthusiasts.

Thu, 17:22

Pubs, breweries and drinks makers in East Anglia say they are “monitoring the situation” after warnings that CO2 shortages could see the UK run out of beer and fizzy drinks ahead of a weekend of World Cup festivities and summer barbecues.

Thu, 16:03

Students from 11 Suffolk secondary schools got an insight into the world of engineering as part of International Women in Engineering Day 2018.