July 1 2015 Latest news:
Ipswich Town kicked off their pre-season preparations this morning, ahead of the 2015-16 Championship campaign.
Thousands of people braved the rain to enjoy a wide variety of cars at the annual show.
Irish eyes were positively beaming as the bridesmaid finally took centre stage in an incident-packed 75-lap drama, at the National Hot Rod World Final and Spede weekend, held at Foxhall Stadium, Ipswich.
After nearly half a century as the focal point for law and order in Ipswich, demolition of the town’s former police station is now well under way.
It has been a busy afternoon for Ipswich’s parks as crowds braved the drizzle for two community events.
The debut of the all-new six-door Clubman opens another chapter in the regeneration of the MINI model family.
Pupils, staff and relatives enjoy the day at the Framlingham school
Honda has brought back its celebrated hot Civic but this time it’s using a turbo. Matt Joy drives the new Type-R.
The all-new Renault Kadjar mid-size crossover has been given a major boost a month before going on sale in the UK, ahead of first deliveries in September, with the announcement of best-in-class residual values from independent valuation experts CAP.
Hundreds of people found out more about the health and care organisations operating across Suffolk during an awareness-raising day in Ipswich town centre today.
At the turn of the century thousands were living in small terraced houses close to the town centre in Ipswich, then in the 1930s that started to change.
A pub which was reopened under new management just a few months ago has been badly damaged in an overnight blaze.
With brass fanfares, ancient custom, great ceremonial and touching informality – Suffolk’s new bishop has been enthroned. James Marston was among the congregation.
Our photographers have been given an exclusive sneak peek into the derelict interiors of the former Burton building on the Waterfront.
More than 3,000 attended Stowmarket’s annual music and comedy festival on Friday and Saturday.
This year’s Orwell Walk and Cycle has been hailed a success after sunny weather attracted a 500-strong crowd who between them raised in excess of £40,000 for local charities.
Suffolk soprano and SportsAid ambassador Laura Wright performed in front of large crowds before swimming half a mile at the reservoir.
As if the seven races weren’t exciting enough for those at the July course at Newmarket last night, what followed was a once-in-a-lifetime thrill.
Historic buildings in the heart of Ipswich have come under the spotlight as preparations are drawn up for this year’s heritage open days event in September.
Ipswich ‘Sackers’ Witches managed to throw away an eight-point lead with just four races to go, as they drew 45-45 with Somerset Rebels at Foxhall Stadium last night.