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Ipswich/Felixstowe: 17-year-old bailed on suspicion of raping elderly woman in Walton appears in court accused of burglary and stabbing a man

A teenager bailed on suspicion of raping an elderly woman in Felixstowe has appeared in court charged with burglary and stabbing a man.

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Felixstowe: Second arrest made in connection with rape of lady in her home

Police investigating the rape of an elderly woman in Felixstowe have arrested a second man in connection with the investigation.

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Ipswich: Former world’s fattest man, Paul Mason, to travel to America after finally getting visa

An Ipswich man once dubbed the world’s fattest has said he is adamant he will never go back to binge eating after enduring a tough few months waiting for a health visa to America to be granted.

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Ipswich: Woman not thought to be seriously injured after collision with wall at Sainsbury’s

A woman escaped serious injury last night after the car she was driving collided with a wall at Sainsbury’s, in Hadleigh Road, Ipswich.

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Roger Grosvenor, retail executive officer, second from left, and Kevin Warden, local and fresh food manager, third from left, of the East of England Co-op, receivet the Hermes and Retail Week Supply Chain award for the Supply Chain Sourcing Initiative of the Year from Russell Atkinson, business unit director at award sponsor Norbert Dentressangle, left, accompanied by ceremony host Jarlath Regan.

East Anglia: East of England Co-op among winners at the Hermes and Retail Week Supply Chain Awards

The East of England Co-op has received another national award for its local food sourcing initiative.

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Ipswich: Broomhill Pool update takes a big step forward as council asks for views of residents

The restoration of Ipswich’s Broomhill lido has taken a major step forward with the launch of a major public consultation process.

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Two years after Sir Stuart Rose’s “Depressing place” speech at the Beacon Ipswich conference, it would be churlish to say nothing good has happened in the town.

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