max temp: 17°C
min temp: 13°C
What would you do if you were told you had just months to live? For Terry Kidgell, diagnosed with terminal bowel cancer in August, the answer was simple – throw a charity gala in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.
An Ipswich man has pleaded guilty to selling alcohol to children from his shop.
The Ipswich Winter Night Shelter has launched a drive for volunteers ahead of opening its doors on December 2.
A broken down train between Diss and Norwich caused the disruption
A community campaign launched at the end of August to save a village’s pub has raised more than 40% of the money it needs.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a fail to stop collision on the A14 at Nacton.
An Ipswich mother-of-two has told of how she was left terrified after getting caught up in the middle of fighting between groups of young men wielding bricks, lumps of wood and an axe.
The mother of a premature baby born 12 weeks early in the Dominican Republic has said they are not expecting to travel home before December.
A major conference aimed at pushing ahead with dramatic changes to Ipswich town centre is to be held at the end of this month.
Northgate High School pupils are preparing for a grand prix experience as they compete in the finals of the Greenpower International Kit Car competition.
Work is being stepped up at hospitals in Suffolk and north Essex to deal with “bed blocking” after new figures revealed more than 38,000 “bed days” have been lost because of the issue since 2012.
There have been a number of crashes on the county’s roads this morning.
The leader of a scheme to rehabilitate prolific offenders in Suffolk has clarified its responsibilities after a sex scandal involving one of its team attracted attention.
Local councils are to spend £500,000 in a bid to kick-start proposals for a four villages’ by-pass – a move that could see the road opened by 2021.
The proposed closure of the B&Q superstore on the edge of Ipswich will lift a huge question mark over the future of one of the town’s largest retail parks.
Police are hunting for three men after a man was stabbed in the chest in Ipswich last night.
A man has reportedly twice exposed himself to girls in the changing rooms of an Ipswich swimming pool.
A cat has been found collapsed on an Ipswich doorstep 10 days after suffering serious neck injuries caused by its own collar.
Blocked lines at Needham Market, closed after a body was found on the tracks close to the railway station, have been re-opened.
A Suffolk MP has said he will do what he can to try and prevent a B&Q store closing down with the potential loss of around 100 jobs.
I’ve been covering politics in this region for the best part of a quarter of a century – longer if you include my early years traipsing around the parish councils of East Suffolk.
I loved the 1980s. I got married in the 1980s. We had our first child in the 1980s (just). And I started my journalism career in the 1980s.
Major decisions on the future of Suffolk’s county town are being made over the next few weeks – and yet the one voice that will not be heard clearly is . . . Ipswich council.
By the time this is published I shall be on my way to the Clacton Air Show – along with up to 200,000 other aviation enthusiasts.
Suffolk’s education system hasn’t had a great time over recent years as other counties have motored up the league tables leaving us lagging behind.
Ipswich MP Ben Gummer is absolutely right to insist that partners in the Vision for Ipswich need to take advantage of the next two years because after then the economic cycle might be on the turn.