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A disabled man from Ipswich has spoken of his heartbreak after Christmas presents he bought for his friends and family were stolen from his flat.

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A drone pilot has offered a rare glimpse of Felixstowe Pier’s offshore promenade.

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Water has been leaking from an underground pipe for weeks at Ipswich railway station – but there’s no agreement on who is responsible for it or on when it will be repaired.

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Two teenagers were arrested in police drug raids at two addresses in Pelican Close, Ipswich, this morning.

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A man arrested on suspicion of attempted murder following a shooting in Ipswich has been bailed by police.

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Rubbish collections in Ipswich will be altered over the Christmas 2016 period - see here to find out when to put your bins out.

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A speeding driver who failed to take a breath test after being pursued by police has been disqualified from driving for 24 months.

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A young girl was taken to hospital after she was knocked over by a van today.

18:20

The police hunt for missing RAF gunner Corrie McKeague has been labelled “incompetent” by his mother, as an online campaign has raised more than £15,000 to hire a private investigator.

17:42

Distraction thieves are targeting victims in Suffolk by asking for directions and then stealing their purse.

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Whether it’s a Santa Claus pug or a hamster dressed as an elf, we want to see it in your Santa Paws pictures

17:18

Reminders of the past are still on many properties in Ipswich, writes David Kindred.

17:14

An Ipswich primary school is hoping to have a hit on its hands as it releases a Christmas single.

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Naughty elves have been holding toys captive, redecorating Christmas trees and swinging from the lampshades over the past week.

Residents living in a picturesque village in the heart of Constable country have taken their battle to block a development they believe will be a blot on the landscape made famous by the artist to London’s High Court.

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Rubbish collections in Ipswich will be altered over the Christmas 2016 period - see here to find out when to put your bins out.

A speeding driver who failed to take a breath test after being pursued by police has been disqualified from driving for 24 months.

Father Christmas and his friends from the Ipswich Round Table are preparing for the 2016 Rudolph Run but what route will they take this year and when will they visit your street?

A disabled man from Ipswich has spoken of his heartbreak after Christmas presents he bought for his friends and family were stolen from his flat.

Hopes of building a major new rail link from East Anglia to Bristol, creating an “Arc of Prosperity” around London have received a major boost.

A 50-year-old man from east London who was arrested in connection with a fatal road crash in Hitcham last week has been bailed.

Two teenagers were arrested in police drug raids at two addresses in Pelican Close, Ipswich, this morning.

Water has been leaking from an underground pipe for weeks at Ipswich railway station – but there’s no agreement on who is responsible for it or on when it will be repaired.

Paul Geater

I’m told I’m something of a rarity because I’m a man who actually likes going into shops – so this time of the year doesn’t fill me with as much horror as it does some, writes Paul Geater.

There are two things that are certain when the Orwell Bridge is closed for some reason, writes Paul Geater.

Tomorrow night is the BBC’s big Children in Need extravaganza that millions of people will be watching and donating money to, writes Paul Geater.

The face of our high streets is changing – and retailers need to recognise this and adapt to survive, writes Paul Geater in light of the announcements by Marks & Spencer this week.

The A12 is a vital link for our region to London, especially the section of the road owned and managed by Highways England that runs from the Copdock Mill interchange to the M25, writes Paul Geater.

These are, undoubtedly, exciting times for the East Anglian rail industry, writes Paul Geater.

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.

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