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Former Ipswich Town and England captain Terry Butcher has spoken of his anguish following the inquest of his son Christopher, who died last year.
Ipswich Town FC have kicked off Dementia Action Week with an big afternoon tea party at Portman Road - with a special visit from a few Town legends.
Dramatic cuts have enabled health services in Suffolk and north-east Essex to slice their deficit by even more than planned – but there’s still a long way to go to break even.
Critically ill patients in Suffolk are waiting too long for an ambulance despite new measures being introduced to tackle delays, figures reveal.
Ipswich Maritime Festival bosses are preparing to hoist the colours for the event’s return this year, as organisers have confirmed it will be annual once again.
Schoolchildren from around Suffolk are being invited to take part in a junior schools’ mock trial competition.
Easton Farm Park is celebrating the arrival of a new Suffolk Punch foal – which has now been officially named Harry after the newlywed Prince.
St Mirren have reportedly offered Jack Ross an improved contract as they bid to keep their manager amid interest from Ipswich Town and Sunderland.
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Ipswich Town Ladies ended their 2017/2018 campaign with a hard fought 1-1 draw with fellow promotion hopefuls AFC Wimbledon at Playford Road on Sunday, writes Kieren Standley.
Former Ipswich Town goalkeeper Shane Supple has been called up to the Republic of Ireland squad for the first time.
Former Chelsea and England midfielder Frank Lampard said to have been interviewed for the Ipswich Town manager’s job. ANDY WARREN runs him through Marcus Evans’ five-point plan.
Ipswich Town are set to face competition from Sunderland for managerial targets Jack Ross and Paul Hurst.
The next man in at Portman Road will inherit the core of a good squad with some holes to fill. ANDY WARREN takes a look at the holes than need filling.
The end of the road for Charles Drake’s 1947 Standard 10 Tourer was something of a moving experience on a foggy, frosty morning.
Tony Hewlett had some explaining to do when his 1962 Ford Popular was used by criminals and he did not know it was missing. But it didn’t fare so well as a tow car.
More than 60 cars later, David Woodhouse’s favourite is still his first – a 1949 Triumph Dolomite Roadster.
Jazz aficionados were out in force to hear the wonderful sounds and delightful voice of Jessica Radcliffe and the Chris Ingham Trio as they performed a host of songs from the Billie Holiday Songbook.
His warmth and personality shone through this concert which marked the second night of the Bury St Edmunds Festival.
Dynamic, energetic, euphoric and musically astounding.
Hats off to Northern Broadsides.
International, national and local stars are all on the bill for the Ipswich Jazz Festival next month.
With the Suffolk Show only eight days away we have put together a guide of everything you need to know about the two-day event.
Copdock & Old Ipswichian slipped from a position of promise to lose by six wickets to Swardeston, in an East Anglian Premier League match on Saturday.
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Eastern Counties look set to beat the drop, despite finishing on the wrong side of this thrilling match.
In his latest Garnett on Golf column, Tony Garnett reports on the Eastern Counties Challenge Cup at Woodbridge and the first round of the Stenson Shield, which is set to get started on Saturday.
It is a dream debut for any professional athlete.
Suffolk claimed an exciting three-wicket win over Buckinghamshire in the Unicorns Knock-Out Trophy at Ipswich School, Ivry Street, today, to move into the quarter-finals.
In his weekly look at the sporting scene Mike Bacon asks was it really a surprise Sam Allardyce got sacked? And why he’s actually starting to miss Andy Murray.
The younger players from Woodbridge Rugby Club’s youth section – the minis - and their parents were out in force in glorious sunshine for their Mini Rugby Warrior Awards.
It was an extraordinary wedding in many ways... no, not Prince Harry’s
There have been a lot of Royal stories around this week ahead of the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Suffolk County Council’s new leader Matthew Hicks will be spending the next week putting the final touches to his new cabinet and his formal acceptance speech before he formally takes over the reins of power at Endeavour House.
After their wedding, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will likely become a Duke and Duchess... but of where? Here’s a look at the options
Is it acceptable to wear jeans when you’re 63?
This week’s announcement that Britain’s rail industry is finally looking at its archaic fares structure is welcome – but way overdue!
Babysitting three grandsons... we can do this
Dozens of business and charity leaders are planning to boost volunteering in Suffolk, following a conference at Adastral Park in Martlesham.
The East of England’s business and political leaders are aiming to secure direct air links with China as they target economic growth.
Marks & Spencer staff across the UK are bracing themselves for news on store closures this week, as the retailer announces its annual results amid tough times for UK high streets.
Ellisons Solicitors has marked a milestone as its Clacton-on-Sea office clocks up its 10th anniversary.
Bury St Edmunds travel agent Kimberle is in the running for a natinal award.
A Suffolk dairy farmer has expressed delight that his award-winning cheese is set to appear on Prince Harry’s breakfast menu on the day of the royal wedding.
Suffolk is “punching above its weight” with ground-breaking technology, a sector leader has said following the release of an influential report.