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Yesterday, 22:17

We’re giving away £20,000 worth of books to primary schools in Suffolk – has your school signed up?

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Yesterday, 21:18

A mum slapped with a parking fine after being accused of “misusing” a parent bay at a Suffolk supermarket has divided opinion.

Yesterday, 21:00

‘Historical caretakers’ have preserved the original radiators of a Victorian hospital to create a traditional feel to the new homes at Belgrove Place as we discovered when we took a sneaky peak inside the new properties.

Speculation is mounting over whether free iCards issued to thousands of Ipswich youngsters over the summer holidays could be rolled out again in future years.

Yesterday, 19:00

A former Ipswich Town youth player who spent years battling depression and anxiety has admitted the condition made him feel “weak and childish”.

Yesterday, 18:08

After appearing on This Morning earlier this week, presenters Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby revealed the exciting news that Mrs Hinch has been signed up to be a regular on their show to share her cleaning hacks.

The former leader of Ipswich Borough Council has admitted the town failed to end exploitation, trafficking and slavery following the murder of five Ipswich women in 2006.

Ipswich Town

Yesterday, 17:19

Ipswich Town manager Paul Hurst admits he’s frustrated at the repeated injury set-backs being suffered by creative midfield duo Emyr Huws and Teddy Bishop.

Yesterday, 16:09

Ipswich Town owner Marcus Evans and manager Paul Hurst met on Tuesday prior to the Blues’ 1-1 draw with Brentford.

Yesterday, 14:22

Ipswich Town’s potential move for free agent central defender James Collins is ‘dead and buried now’ according to manager Paul Hurst.

Yesterday, 13:30

Ipswich Town manager Paul Hurst will speak to the media at 1.30pm ahead of the weekend visit of Bolton Wanderers.

Yesterday, 13:08

Luke Woolfenden wants to use his loan at League Two Swindon to help secure a place in the Ipswich Town side for the start of next season.

Yesterday, 11:53

In our new daily feature, we take a look at what happened on this day in Ipswich Town history

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My first car

Mon, 16:13

Graham Coe’s first car was a Ford Prefect 107E and he aimed to keep it as immaculate as the previous owner had done with plenty of polish and a plastic cover to protect it.

Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Duncan Bradford’s first car was a 1953 Ford Prefect 100E, his second – a Reliant Fox – was his first, and only, new car and he’still driving it.

Wednesday, September 5, 2018

John Telford and his identical twin shared a Ford Popular but sometimes it ended in double trouble as he recalls here.

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Yesterday, 16:57

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

Yesterday, 16:29

Contemporary dance choreographer James Wilton is renowned for his athletic dance works now DanceEast is staging the premiere of his latest performance The Storm. Arts editor Andrew Clarke spoke to him about mixing spectacle with food for thought

Yesterday, 14:48

Bear Grylls is seeking adventure hungry contestants for the latest series of The Island.

Yesterday, 13:28

Awful Auntie by David Walliams has been a huge hit in book form with young children since its release in 2014.

Yesterday, 16:59

Television phenomenon The X Files this month celebrates its 25th anniversary. Arts editor Andrew Clarke takes a look at the enduring appeal of a show that continues to inspire its legions of fans

Yesterday, 12:40

Bikers from across Europe will visit Copdock for an annual motorcycle show.

Wed, 12:29

A new buffet restaurant is set to open at the site of a former supermarket and pub.

Sport

Yesterday, 19:00

A former Ipswich Town youth player who spent years battling depression and anxiety has admitted the condition made him feel “weak and childish”.

Yesterday, 16:45

Two of Suffolk’s leading lights, on the road running circuit, both enjoyed strong runs over the half-marathon distance at Sunday’s bumper Simplyhealth Great East Run.

Yesterday, 12:37

Having to cope with new teams in a new league Needham Market boss, Richard Wilkins, is relatively happy to be meeting up with a previous foe in Saturday’s second qualifying round FA Cup tie at Met Police.

Yesterday, 11:54

Hadleigh United boss Shane Wardley is hoping his side can bounce back from last week’s FA Vase defeat to Litle Oakley.

Yesterday, 10:50

Following the 4-0 defeat at Bowers & Pitsea last weekend, a run of five home matches in succession in league and cup has given Felixstowe & Walton joint coaches Kevin O’Donnell and Ian Watson the opportunity to turn things round, get back to winning ways and establish themselves as a top half side, writes Barry Grossmith.

Wed, 18:48

Bury St Edmunds have won the Stenson Shield, Suffolk’s inter-club scratch inter-club knockout, for the first time.

Wed, 13:39

In his latest column, Nino Severino welcomes a Suffolk school into his team at the University of Suffolk sporting Hub.

Star Lifestyle

Yesterday, 05:54

Anyone who regularly visits Ipswich town centre can see the progress being made at the Cornhill.

Tue, 16:58

It’s a bumper year for blackberries, writes thrifty living columnist Sheena Grant.

Tue, 09:50

A store cupboard with organic soya sauce and rose harissa doesn’t sound like an average student shop... pass the ketchup.

Sunday, September 16, 2018

By the time you read this I should be well away from Ipswich on a delayed family holiday in the far north.

Saturday, September 15, 2018

Autumn’s gathering pace and it won’t be long before we’re thinking about firing up the central heating again, writes thrifty living columnist Sheena Grant.

Thursday, September 13, 2018

I visited the Big Tent Ideas Festival near Cambridge at the weekend as politicians from all parties (well, almost) mingled with members of the public interested in the world about them.

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Should we disapprove when we read that celebrity mum Victoria Beckham got help from a top milliner when creating an Easter bonnet for her daughter? Lynne Mortimer says no, but yes... but no

Business

Yesterday, 18:16

In Victorian times Dr Alfred Swaine Taylor was a pioneer; a toxicologist and medical writer, and an expert witness in high profile murder cases.

Yesterday, 18:08

After appearing on This Morning earlier this week, presenters Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby revealed the exciting news that Mrs Hinch has been signed up to be a regular on their show to share her cleaning hacks.

Yesterday, 11:17

Customers and colleagues at Notcutts Garden Centres have raised £10,857 towards Macmillan Cancer Support – accumulated over the past two years with various fundraising initiatives at Notcutts’ 18 garden centres nationwide.

Yesterday, 08:54

A group of Dutch buyers is set to get a VIP welcome at an East Anglian food and drink showcase as the region strives to encourage more trade with the Netherlands.

One of Europe’s largest flooring distributors given the green light to build a warehouse behind Anglia Retail Park is eyeing plans for another site elsewhere in town.

Yesterday, 11:16

A Suffolk-based tech firm that aims to make the process of calling up the local doctor quicker and easier has just secured more than £1m of NHS contracts across the UK to provide cloud telephone services for surgeries.

Yesterday, 16:00

Across the country businesses are looking at ways of ditching single-use plastics to help the environment.