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Firefighters in Ipswich were called to tackle a fire that had broken out across three garages in Richmond Road this afternoon.


An Ipswich man has been charged with being in possession of a flare during the derby game with Norwich at Portman Road in August.


Two speeding motorists who admitted driving at 130mph in Suffolk have been disqualified from driving.


Suffolk police officers are attempting to trace a group seen talking to Corrie McKeague at a pizza takeaway on the night of his disappearance.


Traffic delays on the A14 near the Orwell Bridge in Ipswich have been caused by a crash involving a lorry and a car.


A dangerous driver involved in a four-and-a-half mile police chase around Ipswich while drunk and disqualified from driving is facing a possible jail term.


A video of the last ever sighting of Corrie McKeague has been released, as four weeks pass with no new leads.


British Gas has been forced to backtrack after repeatedly billing a 91-year-old great-grandmother for hundreds of pounds more than she owed.

At last! Ipswich Town have scored some goals – and after 10 months Freddie Sears even managed to grab one as well, much to the delight of himself and his teammates.


A Kesgrave man accused of attempting to rape a schoolgirl has been cleared by a jury.

Remains of a ship that sank to the seabed off the Suffolk coast around 500 years ago have been categorised as being “at risk” in an updated list of the nation’s heritage treasures published today.

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The University of Suffolk celebrated the work of its final three honorary graduates at its ceremonies on Thursday.


An abandoned van has been seized by police searching for missing RAF Honington serviceman Corrie McKeague, aged 23.


A group of Suffolk schoolchildren stranded for six hours at night on a windswept moorland in heavy rain and fog have been praised for following their expedition training.

A four-month-old baby was snatched from his mother’s arms by the family dog and mauled to death, an inquest has heard.

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Cineworld in Ipswich has reopened after drainage problems caused it to shut for several hours today.

A family has paid tribute to a “wonderful son, brother, uncle and grandson” who was found dead at the scene of a crash on a rural road in Suffolk at the weekend.

Police are investigating after a group of men broke into a store in Ipswich and stole alcohol and cigarettes in the early hours of this morning.

A pop sensation will take to the stage for his only live performance of the year to drive up donations for an East Anglian charity.

A tribute has been paid to a “popular and highly-valued” employee who was killed in a car accident in Coddenham at the weekend.

An Ipswich couple must pay more than £600 after their rubbish was flytipped in a layby on the outskirts of Ipswich.

A car hit a garden wall following a two vehicle crash in Ipswich this evening.

A decision on whether to approve one of Ipswich’s biggest housing developments - the Northern Fringe - looks set to be delayed because of concerns over traffic and provision of schools.

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Today I’m spending my last day at my desk in our Lower Brook Street offices more than 34 years after I first walked into the newsroom as a junior reporter, writes Paul Geater.

At school, history was my favourite subject, writes Paul Geater. My family have had membership of the National Trust for more than 30 years and I love the music and films that I grew up with.

I’m marking a slightly melancholy anniversary about now, writes Paul Geater, it’s 10 years since I ceased to be an Ipswich Town fan.

This week’s report on Hidden Needs in Suffolk has been seen as something of an eye-opener because it shows deprivation is not confined to the council estates of our largest towns, writes Paul Geater.

Yesterday I was in London for an East Anglian rail summit at the House of Commons which focussed heavily on the proposals to speed up mainline services from London to Ipswich and Norwich, writes Paul Geater.

This week’s figures showing that the number of people born outside the UK in the region has increased significantly over recent years tells a number of very interesting stories, says columnist and reporter Paul Geater.

The Labour leadership election is looking more and more like something you could imagine turning up in a Tom Sharpe farce as the two candidates try to out-do each other by insisting they are more and more left-wing.

When privatisation of the railways was first proposed 20 years ago, I struggled to see the point of it, writes Paul Geater.

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