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Ipswich: Hospital scores below average for food standards. What do you think of hospital food?

Ipswich Hospital has scored beneath the national average on a range of non-clinical standards, with particular shortcomings in its quality of food served to patients.

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Ben Gummer on the site of the northern fringe

Ipswich: Northern fringe “not good enough” for town as Tories ask for changes to plan

The proposed Ipswich Garden Suburb masterplan is “not good enough” for the town according to the Tory opposition on the borough council.

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Beryl Willson will have lived at her house in Ipswich for 75 years on September 2.

Video/Gallery: Beryl Willson moved into her Ipswich home the day before war began...and it’s still home sweet home!

The outbreak of the Second World War is a date that few who lived through it will ever forget.

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Murder victim Edna Harvey

Ipswich: Detectives renew appeal over 87-year-old widow Edna Harvey’s 1987 Finchley Road murder

Thirty years ago today frail and barely able to see Edna Harvey was strangled in her Ipswich home during what is believed to have been a botched late-night burglary.

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Concern over accuracy of Suffolk's crime figures

Suffolk: Police watchdog’s inspection suggests nearly 15% of Suffolk burglaries, sex offences, robberies, criminal damage and violent offences are not recorded as crimes by constabulary

The accuracy of Suffolk’s crime figures was called into question today after a police watchdog’s audit found nearly 15% in a sample of offences were not recorded as crimes.

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Alan Road resident Jason Arnold, 36, spoke of his shock after his silver BMW was vandalised.

Ipswich: THIRTY vehicles damaged in ‘senseless’ overnight crime spree in Alan Road – Residents express anger

Angry residents have vented their fury after almost 30 vehicles in just one road were damaged in a “senseless” overnight act of vandalism in Ipswich.

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Rail passengers suffered further delays.

How can rail passengers ever trust their services again?

For those of us who do not commute to work every day, it is difficult to imagine the sheer anger and frustration that our rail companies put passengers through on a regular basis.

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Latitude: Why Latitude can be a real alternative to a family holiday

By rights they should have been in bed hours ago, but here they are, shaking their tiny hips to Lily Allen. They’ve already danced through pretty much everything the Obelisk stage could throw at them – from Billy Bragg to Kelis and have been utterly entranced by some of the UK’s most exciting performance poets and writers.

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