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Yesterday, 21:53

A male cyclist has suffered a serious leg injury after being involved in a collision with a car in Ipswich this evening.

Poilce investigation work at the scene of the accident on the A12 at Martlesham Heath.

A toddler is fighting for their life in hospital after they were involved in a two-vehicle crash.

Yesterday, 16:14
Wymondham Police Investigation Centre (PIC)

An Ipswich man has been charged with murder following a stabbing in Great Yarmouth.

Yesterday, 16:04
The scene in Back Hamlet, Ipswich

Back Hamlet in Ipswich has reopened after what was described as an “unexploded grenade” was found.

Yesterday, 23:57
Firefighters at the scene of the blaze in Station Yard, Needham Market

The blaze is believed to have been in a storage unit

Yesterday, 12:00

When Ipswich mum Maxine Steward when into labour 15 weeks early, she feared the worst for her baby girl.

Yesterday, 19:21

“Nine of diamonds. Sorry, my mind is playing tricks with me.”

Yesterday, 08:00

Passengers waiting to board trains at Ipswich may have noticed hoardings depicting the station’s soon-to-be refurbished ticket office.

Yesterday, 18:28

Suffolk has featured in various films and TV shows over the years – but often it is well hidden or shown only briefly.

Yesterday, 18:27

A fortnight ago in my column I was discussing the importance (or not) of car parking prices in attracting visitors to a town for a shopping trip or general day out.

Yesterday, 18:21

One lane is blocked on the A12 at Copdock after a multi-vehicle crash.

Yesterday, 17:39

Hopes are rising that the park and ride service will be saved after talks between Suffolk County Council and the Ipswich Vision board.

Yesterday, 15:52

University Campus Suffolk strengthens international links by offering the Maastricht Executive MBA

Yesterday, 15:23

£100,000 makeover for church in the heart of Ipswich centre

Yesterday, 15:01

The number of violent and sexual crimes being reported in south west Ipswich has more than quadrupled over the past two years.

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Northgate High School GV.

A former teacher at an Ipswich secondary school is to appear in court charged with alleged sex offences involving teenage girls.

Poilce investigation work at the scene of the accident on the A12 at Martlesham Heath.

A toddler is fighting for their life in hospital after they were involved in a two-vehicle crash.

A group of former employees at a store in Ipswich have been left distraught after car park fines mistakenly issued more than two years ago has left them facing a court appearance.

Back Hamlet in Ipswich has reopened after what was described as an “unexploded grenade” was found.

The road was closed in both directions between the Strattonhall Drift and the Bridge Road junctions.

Thousands of pounds worth of jewellery, including an engagement ring and a family heirloom, were stolen from the home of a young Ipswich family.

A churchgoing burglar in a suit who stole drills and a laptop from an Ipswich waterfront pub has been jailed for eight weeks.

‘Don’t run our country down. Go to India and then you’ll see the difference. We’re so well-off’

Paul Geater

Sir Bob Russell meets with Paul Geater.

A fortnight ago in my column I was discussing the importance (or not) of car parking prices in attracting visitors to a town for a shopping trip or general day out.

Meeting of Suffolk County Council at Endeavour house.

Today’s meeting of Suffolk County Council is the most important of the year – it will set the authority’s budget for 2016/17 and I have never come across so many nervous members from all sides.

This week’s figures about the failure of developers to build enough new homes across Suffolk show just how serious the position is for people trying to find somewhere to live in the county.

This week’s survey by the Ipswich Society showing that the town’s parking charges offer relatively good value has re-ignited the debate on the importance of offering the right deals to potential shoppers.

This week’s publication of a report into why the opinion polls got things so wrong in the run-up to the general election didn’t come as a huge surprise to me – and didn’t look like rocket science.

A year ago we knew a General Election was on the cards – but the result was still very unclear and few people were prepared to stick their head above the parapet and predict victory for one side or the other, writes Paul Geater.

Housing is a subject that terrifies many politicians because the numbers involved in any meaningful investment are so astronomical.

We’ve heard for years that the rail infrastructure in East Anglia is past its sell-by date – that there hasn’t been major work on the route since the 50s.

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