Ipswich Star campaigns
A growing number of pet owners have been left heartbroken after their cats have disappeared in Ipswich over recent months.
The East of England Co-op and the Ipswich Star have teamed up to launch CatWatch to create a community network that could help reunite owners with their missing cats. Find out more
The East Anglian Daily Times & Ipswich Star have teamed up with Farm Africa to help farming families in eastern Africa to end hunger and build a better future.
The newspapers have joined forces with the charity and backed its drive to provide basic skills and equipment to farming communities so they can grow enough food to eat. Find out more
Cars double parked, people carriers jutting out at awkward angles or abandoned close to junctions and four-wheel drives carelessly left on the zigzag markings close to the school gates - the picture is the same outside almost every primary school in Ipswich.
Within the first few weeks of term two young children were injured in accidents outside schools in the town, and now the Ipswich Star is calling on parents to Park Smart and think about how and where they leave their cars when they are dropping their children at school. Find out more