August 3 2015 Latest news:
Thousands of classic car enthusiasts headed to Helmingham Hall for one of the highlights of the region’s motoring calendar yesterday.
A sprightly centenarian has celebrated his 100th birthday with a party in the community.
More than £760 has been raised for two good causes at a fun day at Oaks Community Primary School in Ipswich on Saturday.
Another substantial section of Ipswich’s former police station has come as demolition contractors were able to close part of Civic Drive on Sunday to carry out the work.
David McGoldrick’s late penalty rescued a 1-1 draw for Ipswich Town in their final pre-season friendly against FC Utrecht.
More than 5,000 fans were at Portman Road this afternoon to watch Ipswich Town’s final pre-season friendly against Dutch side FC Utrecht.
Lotus has two great test facilities on its doorstep. The resurfaced test track at its Hethel site and the wonderful Norfolk roads. It calls them ‘Lotus roads’ – if its cars drive well here they drive well anywhere.
Tens of talented youngsters have been learning new skills at the annual Ipswich Basketball Academy Summer Camp this week.
A record-breaking crowd of more than 8,000 Ipswich Town fans flocked to Portman Road for the club’s annual open day today.
As has now become traditional, the Bury and West Suffolk Junior Tournament heralds the start of a busy, competitive summer season.
The work of a talented 20th century artist is to be put in the spotlight more than 80 years after her heyday, following the rediscovery of 34 significant works of art – in a garden shed in west Suffolk.
Ipswich Town lost 3-2 at Colchester United in a friendly on Tuesday evening.
Red Rose Chain venture back into the forest with A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Director Joanna Carrick takes entertainment writer Wayne Savage behind the scenes
Colchester United boss Tony Humes admitted his side will need to be ‘sharper’ as they prepare for Ipswich Town tomorrow night.
Around 18,500 people enjoyed beer, live music and a lot of sausages at Jimmy’s Farm at the weekend.
They had fun, raised money and got rather wet – this year’s It’s a Bury Knockout raised more than £10,000 for West Suffolk Hospital.
Wellies and anoraks are standard dog walking fare, so Sunday’s forecast was little deterrent for those set on spending a day with man’s best friend.
A much-loved foal who was nursed back to heath after being left abandoned has met his fans who helped raise more than £25,000 for his recovery.
Film characters from every era of the silver screen paraded through Felixstowe cheered on by revellers lining the streets for the resort’s colourful carnival.