September 2 2014 Latest news:
Malcolm Ebbs wasn’t thinking particularly about The Great War when he began a Who Do You Think You Are-style quest – it was more about the family he never knew – but he did learn about the mysterious soldiers on his dad’s wall. Steven Russell reports on an emotional journey
Goals from Craig Jennings and Darius Laws helped book Ipswich Wanderers’ spot in the next round of the FA Cup, although nerves were shredded by the end of Saturday’s home tie against Hoddesdon Town.
Ipswich went cycling mad at the weekend as huge crowds turned out to watch some of the sport’s elite riders – and have a go themselves.
Derby v Ipswich: Blues centre-back Christophe Berra struck seven minutes after the break, cancelling out Chris Martin’s 13th minute opener, to secure a much-needed draw at hotly-tipped Derby County.
A medieval church has provided the backdrop for more than 200 works of art.
The outbreak of the Second World War is a date that few who lived through it will ever forget.
The faces may be a little older and the hair a little greyer but friendships were rekindled at a 50th school reunion.
A bright summers day attracted village residents and many visitors to this year’s Orford, Sudbourne and Gedgrave Flower Show and Fete.
Needham Market completed the most dramatic of turnarounds yesterday as they overcame Suffolk rivals AFC Sudbury, who ended the game with eight men, by three goals to one in a contest that was as absorbing and thrilling from the first minute to the last.
It was all worth while.
Records fell as thousands of people flocked through the turnstiles at a popular dog day.
REPORT & GALLERY: Colchester United 0 Doncaster Rovers 1
Ipswich v Norwich: Another sloppy moment at the back ended up costing Ipswich Town dearly as cross-border rivals Norwich City departed Portman Road with a 1-0 victory.
An intensive week-long workshop course is giving Suffolk children the opportunity to sharpen their acting, dancing and singing skills with the crème de la crème of performing arts.
The long-awaited Clacton Air Show has got off to a flying start and is on course to break all previous records after its first day with an estimated 100,000 attendees.
The wait is over this morning for hundreds of school pupils across the Ipswich area as they finally pick up their GCSE results.
Hundreds of youngsters and their families got to see a selection of their favourite animals up close and personal during a family fun day in Holywells Park yesterday.
Youngsters enjoyed plenty of fun with robots at an annual summer holiday club in Felixstowe.
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.
A charity event held at Waldringfield Golf Club in aid of the Kerry Alex Thorpe Trust has generated around £3,000.