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A bonanza of talent burst onto the stage at the Regent Theatre last night at the Ipswich Has Got Talent ‘champions of champions’ competition.
Four fire crews tackled a tree and grass fire in Wherstead Road in Ipswich today which is thought to have been started deliberately.
This palace was more ‘bling’ than Versailles. So why don’t we all know about it?
One of Suffolk’s best-known and most prominent landmarks has been put up for sale with a price tag of £5million.
A coastal resort is to lose its Tourist Information Centre – because it is not being used enough.
Stopping a particularly high spring tide from flooding Ipswich is, on paper, relatively simple, writes John Norman, of The Ipswich Society.
A nine-year-old boy from Suffolk is preparing to fly to Rome for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity – where he will sing for the Pope.
Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy conceded his team were ‘poor’ in today’s 1-0 defeat at Leeds United and admitted a lack of goals is a concern.
Chris Wood’s first half goal was enough to secure Leeds United a fully-deserved 1-0 home victory over Ipswich Town this afternoon with Mick McCarthy’s men lacking an attacking edge.
Hoping for back-to-back away league wins, Mick McCarthy’s Ipswich visit Gary Monk’s Leeds.
Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy reacts incredulously to the merest suggestion captain Luke Chambers’ position in the team is under threat.
Brett Pitman will have to keep ploughing a lone furrow up front for Ipswich Town.
There’s no disgrace in drawing with a recently-relegated, former Premier League team – but many Ipswich Town fans will feel three points were there for the taking.
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A 1951 Humber Super Snipe put Adrian Cannon on the road and, with a friend’s help, taught him a valuable lesson of money-saving mechanical maintenance.
Tony Martin enjoyed many ‘manoeuvres’ and journeys of discovery while in the Army with Fred his trusty Austin Seven.
Ian McLauchlin recalls some quirks of his Citroen 2CV and relives a humorous case of mistaken identity.
PJ Proby has a refreshingly forthright view about how his life has changed since the heady days of the 1960, when he was one of the biggest - and most notorious - names in pop music.
It’s been nearly 50 years since women workers at Ford’s Dagenham plant went on strike for equal rights, writes Wayne Savage.
Gary Numan, the Godfather of electronic music, plays at the LCR in Norwich tonight. Here he talks about the highs and lows of his life and career with our entertainment reporter Wayne Savage.
It’s back tonight – celebrities up to their eyeballs in spray tan and glitter as far as the eye can see.
Based on the highly successful British film, which charted the struggle women workers had for equal pay, this colourful musical tackles some thought-provoking subjects with a mixture of passion, insight and a justifiable sense of indignation.
Colchester United boss, John McGreal, was very disappointed with his side’s display in today’s 2-1 home defeat to Accrington Stanley.
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Kurtis Guthrie is relishing his roving role, in Colchester United’s midfield, and has targeted a challenging goals tally for the season.
Ipswich nearly pulled off an impressive second half comeback, coming up just short to Kent Crusaders, who were relegated from NBL Division One last season.
If you think sport in Suffolk, your thoughts might initially turn to Ipswich Town – but there is so much more.
Ipswich Witches 58 Edinburgh Monarchs 32
Apparently, a new iPhone was launched earlier this month, writes Thrifty Living columnist Sheena Grant.
I am awfully sceptical of anyone or anything purporting to have magic powers, writes mother-of-three Ellen Widdup.
George is four, writes proud grandmother Lynne Mortimer.
When is the best time for children to start learning money management skills? asks Sheena Grant.
I said something awful to my daughter last week in the midst of one of our regular trivial spats – bedtime, her messy room, the fact that she rarely brushes her hair, writes Ellen Widdup.
Eight new associates appointed at Ashtons Legal
The East of England Co-op store in Meredith Road, Ipswich, is set to be transformed into a McColl’s convenience store after the Co-op announced the closure of four stores in Suffolk and Norfolk.
Staff and regulars from The Greyhound pub in Ipswich took part in a golf day at Hintlesham Golf Club, for an important charity.
‘Oldest’ SEO firm celebrates a milestone
More than 263 applications for 20 jobs at new store