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Thieves broke into V Mart in Upper Orwell Street, Ipswich.

Ipswich: Shop owner’s disappointment as burglars break into store and steal £7,000 of products including cigarettes

An Ipswich convenience store owner today spoke of his disappointment after thieves broke into his shop and stole more than £7,000 of cigarettes, cash and alcohol.

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Lown engaged in sexual activity with a horse and a dog

Suffolk: Vet is struck off after ‘boasting’ about sexual activity with animals

A vet with a perverted sex interest in animals has been banned from the profession.

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Man banned after two drink-drive offences

Ipswich: Drink-driver Baden Garwood caught again before conviction for earlier offence

A motorist caught drink-driving twice in less than three weeks has been banned from the road for four years.

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A man was robbed in Lowestoft

Ipswich/Hintlesham: Foolish prank lands Benjamin Southgate in court after police car’s windscreen is damaged in drunken dare

A daft drunken dare has left a man nearly £300 out of pocket after he damaged a police car’s windscreen while sliding across its bonnet.

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Tributes and flowers have been left outside UCS on the Ipswich Waterfront in memory to the boy who died there on Saturday morning.

Ipswich: Tributes paid to Rhys Lungley, 20, who died after motorcycle crash outside UCS building in Ipswich

Heartfelt tributes were last night paid to an Ipswich man who died after the motorcycle he was travelling on collided with railings and glass outside the UCS building on the Waterfront.

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Parking tickets serve an important purpose.

Let’s have proper clampdown on illegal parking across town

A few days ago it was revealed that Ipswich council had raised £1million from parking fines over the last three years.

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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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