December 22 2014 Latest news:
Ipswich v Middlesbrough: Ipswich Town moved back to second in the Championship table following an impressive 2-0 home win over fellow high-fliers Middlesbrough at Portman Road, Daryl Murphy and Jay Tabb both scoring in the first half.
Ipswich Town v Middlesbrough: Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy says starlet Teddy Bishop is at the very best place to progress his career, the teenage midfielder playing a starring role in this afternoon’s 2-0 home win over fellow Championship high-fliers Middlesbrough.
You’d better get your tickets to the ball now, once word spreads how good this show is they’re going to vanish quicker than Cinders’ carriage come midnight.
On her first day of high school she took her seat on the bus and broke it, but it was only when she was pushing 18 stone and unable to zip up a size 22 dress that Anna-Marie Cunnell decided she needed to tackle her weight issue head on.
People working longer hours has fuelled a surge in demand for ‘doggy day care’, according to one canine creche which is now offering hounds themed bedrooms with televisions.
A bus was struck by a flailing chain from a passing skip lorry, destroying the windows down one side, in Bury St Edmunds today.
Suffolk’s most dependable daily daredevil is approaching the end of her year-long charity challenge.
Colchester United Youths 0 Ipswich Town Youths 0
(Ipswich won 4-2 on penalties)
Ipswich Town beat Colchester United 4-2 in a penalty shoot-out to claim victory in an FA Youth Cup third round tie at the Weston Homes Community Stadium last night.
Red is the dominant colour this week - from rosy red noses to claret decorations and the bright red of Santa’s suit.
New work, one night only exclusives and the first Be Moved community dance festival. Entertainment writer Wayne Savage previews DanceEast’s spring-summer season.
A seven-seat people-carrier makes the Mercedes-Benz Citan even more family friendly, says motoring editor Andy Russell.
Nearly 300 people gathered at St. Mary-le-Tower church in Ipswich last night for the annual Concert of Carols, organised by the EADT and Ipswich Star, along with EADT Suffolk Magazine and the recently-launched IP Resident.
Pupils at a Suffolk school took to the field to recreate a fabled wartime gesture of temporary ceasefire.
More letters have arrived following the feature on the Gainsborough and Greenwich area of Ipswich. The first letter is from an Ipswich man who wishes to remain anonymous. It recalls a time when the air around the Greenwich estate was badly polluted.
If you have visited the Stoke Bridge area of Ipswich in recent months you cannot fail to notice the huge block of flats with some bright turquoise walls, now nearing completion, on a site between Stoke Quay and Great Whip Street.
Cheeky Oliver Woodhead has defied the odds from the moment he was born - 16 weeks early and weighing just 1lb 4oz - and this week he was given an extra special birthday treat to celebrate.
Brightly coloured Christmas trees decorated by local charities, schools and businesses have attracted thousands of visitors to a west Suffolk church.
Runners beat the winter chill by donning festive costume for their weekly Park Run in west Suffolk.
A group of volunteers braved the freezing weekend weather to plant an orchard in Ipswich as part of a project promoting healthy eating and community togetherness.
What may seem a simple thing to people living in a warm home with running water and three meals a day is life-changing for those families struggling to make ends meet in rural Ethiopia.