Christophe Berra celebrates his second equaliser at Birmingham. PHOTO: PAGEPIX LTD

MATCH REPORT & GALLERY: Birmingham City 2 Ipswich Town 2

Birmingham v Ipswich: Christophe Berra twice played Ipswich Town’s get of jail free card at St Andrew’s as Mick McCarthy’s men somehow escaped with a share of the spoils.

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Josh and Tony Nelli

Gallery: Golf day held by Kerry’s trust raises nearly £3,000 to help make wishes come true

A charity event held at Waldringfield Golf Club in aid of the Kerry Alex Thorpe Trust has generated around £3,000.

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Aldeburgh Carnival parade.

Gallery/Video: Aldeburgh Carnival reaches its colourful climax with Mardis Gras themed parade

A seaside town in Suffolk was enlivened by the infectious spirt of Mardis Gras this afternoon as thousands lined the streets to watch a colourful procession of costumed entertainers dance to the joyous rhythms of a South American carnival.

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Stonham Barns hosts its annual classic car show.                                    FL;

Gallery: Hundreds share passion for classic cars at Stonham Barns showpiece

Classic cars from across the decades were on display at one of the biggest events of its type in the region.

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Bardwell Windmill host its annual Steam Threshing Day. This is a vintage day where the village of Bardwell in Suffolk steps back in time when displays of old farming machinery are bought back into use.

Gallery: Mill’s powerful reminders of the past

Visitors to a Suffolk windmill stepped back in time yesterday as the historic site played host to a vintage steam threshing day.

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Edward C Cunningham 1919

Gallery: First World War - Edward Cunningham, the printing apprentice from Ipswich who left his youth on the battlefields of the Somme

War today is increasingly waged by drone aircraft controlled from thousands of miles away. A century ago, it was fought from trenches within sight of the enemy. Artillery guns were pulled by horses, and tanks were the new technology.

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Debbie Harry and Chris Stein of Blondie performing on the MTV Stage during day one of the V Festival, at Hylands Park in Chelmsford, Essex.

Gallery: Thousands flock to V Festival

Thousands of festival-goers enjoyed a party atmosphere at the V Festival in Chelmsford over the weekend.

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Leiston's Cliff Akurang (blue) holds the ball up under pressure from Dulwich skipper Terrell Forbes

GALLERY: Bad day in the office for Blues of Leiston as ex-Ipswich Town forward Dean McDonald is Dulwich Hamlet’s star of the show

Leiston succumbed to their first defeat of the season on Saturday as visitors Dulwich Hamlet proved too strong for the Blues, triumphing 2-0 in the Ryman Premier Division.

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Viking reenactors depict life in days gone by at Ipswich Maritime Festival

Gallery: Ipswich Maritime Festival 2014 takes over town’s flagship Waterfront

Tens of thousands of people and holidaymakers flocked to Ipswich’s Waterfront over the weekend for the finale of the town’s maritime festival.

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James Marston meet Keeper, James Hall at Africa Alive and gets an idea of what it's like to work in a zoo. 
Inside the Kitchens preparing meals for some of the animals.

Gallery/Video: What does it take to become a zoo keeper? We found out during a day at Africa Alive

James Hall always wanted to be a zoo keeper. But his dream came true in ways even he had never imagined. James Marston reports.

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Reading 1 Ipswich Town 0 - David McGoldrick is left grounded as Jake Taylor runs off to celebrate his winner. PHOTO: PAGEPIX LTD

MATCH REPORT & GALLERY: Reading 1 Ipswich Town 0

Reading v Ipswich: One lapse of concentration, in a stalemate of a game, ended up costing Ipswich Town as they went down 1-0 at Reading this afternoon.

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Woodbridge Art Club was one of the buildings on the River Deben that was flooded during the tidal surge, it is preparing to reopen at the end of this month. Left to right, Tina Tomkinson, Bryan King, Paul Tomkinson, Don Tucker.

Woodbridge: Art club to reopen after flooding forced nine-month closure

A riverside art gallery and studio is set to reopen after December’s tidal surge caused £60,000 worth of damage to the building.

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Crowds fill up the Ipswich Waterfront for the Ipswich Maritime Festival on last year

Gallery: Maritime Ipswich Festival arrives on the Waterfront

The Maritime Weekend is here and fancy dress is the order of the day.

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Trevor Death is currently thatching the house in Stoke by  Nayland that was his very first job as an apprentice 32 years ago.

Gallery: Thatcher Trevor Death returns to Mead Cottage in Stoke by Nayland - the first ever property he worked on as an apprentice 30 years ago

A fourth generation thatcher has returned to the cottage in south Suffolk that he first worked on as his grandfather’s apprentice more than 30 years ago.

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Framlingham College Edinburgh Fringe

Gallery: Framlingham College drama students take their version of Hamlet to Edinburgh Fringe Festival

Young thespians at Framlingham College had every drama students’ dream – performing at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

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Mid Suffolk Cycling Road Race, somersham

GALLERY: Former international canoeist Andrew Brinkley wins Mid-Suffolk Road Race

Debut season man Andrew Brinkley emerged from pouring rain to win Mid-Suffolk Road Race, by 100 yards from Rob Ormond (Stowmarket & District) and Ben Howell (StradaSport).

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Large amounts of water flooded the Capel St Mary road under the A12 underpass causing a car to get stuck on Thursday afternoon.

Video/gallery: Thunderstorms strike Suffolk in sudden blitz of rain and hail

Storms, flash flooding and hailstones have struck Suffolk in a sudden change to the weather.

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Victoria White. Photo: SAC Craig Marshall (RAF)/SQN LDR LING

Gallery: Former Ipswich schoolgirl flying high with the Red Arrows display team

She has been involved in some of this year’s biggest events including the opening of the Commonwealth Games and the Queen’s birthday celebrations.

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A-Level results day at Felixstowe Academy.
Lisa Caley, Francesca Ianuzziand Chelsie Davies are thrilled with their results.

Gallery: Outstanding A-level results for some at Felixstowe Academy, but overall pass rate falls

Sixth form students at Felixstowe Academy are today looking forward to life at university after gaining the A-levels they needed for the next stage in their education.

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