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Yesterday, 22:05
A man police would like to speak to following three alleged fraud incidents in Ipswich

Suffolk police officers have released an image of a man they would like to speak to following three incidents of alleged fraud in Ipswich.

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Yesterday, 18:50
Wherstead Road

Drivers experienced long delays in and out of Ipswich this evening while safety checks were made to the railway bridge in Wherstead Road.

Yesterday, 18:43
An Abellio Greater Anglia train at Colchester

Passenger satisfaction levels in the region’s rail operator have dropped in key areas including value for money and punctuality, a new poll has revealed.

Yesterday, 18:30
Mark Bee and George Nobbs at Beccles bridge in 2013 - both former leaders voted against the devolution deal.

Suffolk’s councils have done their bit on approving the government’s devolution proposals – but the decision on whether to proceed remains up in the air.

Yesterday, 17:31
The St Elizabeth Hospice Bubble Rush.will take place on August 28 at Christchurch Park.

Today is the last chance to get early bird discount for Suffolk’s first ever Bubble Rush.

Yesterday, 11:58
The Orwell Bridge

The Orwell Bridge was closed for a short time this morning because of a police incident.

Yesterday, 15:50
Damage to Matthew Bonner's car

An Ipswich man whose car was broken into earlier this year has criticised police after officers closed an investigation into the crime.

Ipswich Town

Yesterday, 17:17
Make him the coach . . . Sam Allardyce

Give ‘Big Sam’ the England job – that’s my call.

Yesterday, 06:00
Former Ipswich Town footballer John Wark talks with Brenda Caley and Glenis Caley during the launch of Football Memories at Synergy Cafe.

With the 1978 FA Cup Final showing on a television screen in the background, three Ipswich Town legends who had helped bring the Blues victory during that game wander the room.

Yesterday, 13:15
Glenn Hoddle

Ipswich Town legend Kevin Beattie believes Glenn Hoddle should be given another chance as England manager.

Yesterday, 06:00
France's Paul Pogba (left) and Republic of Ireland's Daryl Murphy battle for the ball during the round of 16 match at the Stade de Lyon.

Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy says he will have to carefully manage Daryl Murphy’s work load this season following the striker’s recent exerts at European Championships.

Wed, 15:38
Burton Albion players lift the runners up trophy after they are promoted from the Sky Bet League One.

Ipswich Town’s first ever competitive game at Burton Albion has been switched to Good Friday – April 14, 7.45pm – having originally been scheduled for the following afternoon when the Championship fixtures were announced.

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Thursday, June 16, 2016
Tony O'Loughlin, complete with crash helmet, and his first car, a 1933 Singer Le Mans.

Tony O’Loughlin tells of keeping his 1933 Singer Le Man on the road... repairing the worn big ends with the help of the local blacksmith.

Sunday, June 12, 2016
Terry Hunt inherited a similar Ford Anglia as his first car and became an escape route for fellow school pupils.

Terry Hunt’s inherited Ford Anglia put him on the road to adventure... until holes in the floor made him feel like Fred Flintstone.

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Wed, 19:00
Ben Hayford will be appearing on Alan Titchamrsh's Love Your Garden on Tuesday, July 5. Ben is pictured at his home in Stowmarket.

A Suffolk tree surgeon may become something of a TV personality after being invited back on to a primetime series.

Wed, 12:00

Thousands of people are expected to flock to Christchurch Park this weekend for one of the most celebrated events in Ipswich’s summer calendar.

Wed, 10:15

This classic nautical adventure, written by Arthur Ransome, set on the River Orwell and off the coast of Felixstowe, is pure summer fun.

Tue, 16:51

A Suffolk town’s annual celebration of the Great British banger is shaping up to be the biggest and best yet.

Tue, 13:01

A soprano singer from Suffolk has completed another of her globe-trotting adventures, performing for presidents and appreciative audiences in Asia, Europe and South America.

Mon, 17:30

A new Eastern Angles production has been an eye-opener for the cast in terms of how much freedom children used to have in the days of Arthur Ransome. Arts Editor Andrew Clarke visits them on set at The Hush House aircraft hanger at Bentwaters.

Sport

Wed, 17:17
Brennan Dickenson, left, is welcomed to the U's by manager John McGreal

It has been a busy last couple of days at Colchester United, with four new players recruited in just 48 hours.

Wed, 11:09

Ipswich’s George Pinner wants to establish himself as the best hockey goalkeeper in the world at this summer’s Olympic Games.

Tue, 17:33

Colchester United have completed two signings this afternoon, with striker Denny Johnstone recruited from Birmingham City, and teenage winger, Courtney Senior, snapped up from Brentford.

Tue, 10:27

Ipswich hockey talents George Pinner and Harry Martin will be shooting for gold in Rio having this morning been named in the Great Britain Olympic squad.

Mon, 22:42

It has been a night of heartbreak for England fans as they say goodbye to their dreams of reaching the Euro 2016 quarter-finals.

Mon, 16:55

The ‘Tru7.com’ Witches have made their third team change of the season bringing in asset Joe Jacobs for Paco Castagna at reserve.

Star Lifestyle

Mon, 13:53
Lynne cleaned her over while grandson George tried to knock holes in the wall

Do you like your sausages well done? If so, how well done? asks Lynne Mortimer.

Sunday, June 26, 2016

The human race likes to give names to virtually everything, including eras, writes Sheena Grant, who is attempting to live a thriftier existence.

Saturday, June 25, 2016

Although my son and I have known each other for almost eight months now, we have yet to have a proper conversation, writes mother-of-three Ellen Widdup.

Monday, June 20, 2016

I love food, writes Lynne Mortimer. Eating has always been in my top ten list of things I enjoy doing.

Monday, June 20, 2016

My husband says I am “achingly middle-class”, says Ellen Widdup, as she admits she has a cleaner, a coffee machine and childcare.

Business

Yesterday, 09:20
Tepees for tiny people at Sailmakers Shopping Centre

A Dragons’ Den business is getting its UK launch at Ipswich’s Sailmakers Shopping Centre.

Yesterday, 12:30

A single mother has vowed to boycott a Suffolk supermarket after being “humiliated” by staff refusing to serve her alcohol because she was with her teenage daughter.

Yesterday, 08:00

Businesses say they have been left counting the cost and struggling for survival after a collapsed sewer has closed a Colchester town centre road for six weeks.

Yesterday, 13:55

The owner of Stansted Airport has called on the Government to prioritise schemes to make best use of the UK’s existing airport capacity, after a decision on building a new runway in the South-East was again postponed.

Yesterday, 06:00

Suffolk-based hotels group TA Hotel Collection has announced the winners of its 2016 team awards during a celebratory evening held at its Thorpeness Country Club venue near Aldeburgh.