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Gallery: The week in pictures

17:43 02 November 2012

Will Kenning, Dame for the New Wolsey's Rock and Roll Panto whith a lovely pair of melons from Ipswich Market - Pictured with John Meadows

Will Kenning, Dame for the New Wolsey's Rock and Roll Panto whith a lovely pair of melons from Ipswich Market - Pictured with John Meadows

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HALLOWEEN fever swept Ipswich and Felixstowe this week with witches, ghostly figures and vampires all featuring in the Star.

Pumpkin carving has been espeically popular this year and we featured a photo of little Izzy Hawkes with her giant pumpkin, and also photographed members of the Ipswich Allotment Holder’s Association measuring their prized vegetables.

There was sadness too as thieves stole money raised in memory of brave tot Jaymie-Leigh Ring.

But the story that dominated the headlines was Ipswich Town’s loss against Sheffield Wednesday last weekend and the appoitnment of new manager Mick McCarthy.

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The man whose body was found beside the River Orwell near Ipswich railway station has been named locally as Wayne Hughes.

Police are appealing for help in tracing a missing a 25-year-old woman from Felixstowe.

A bonanza of talent burst onto the stage at the Regent Theatre last night at the Ipswich Has Got Talent ‘champions of champions’ competition.

Four fire crews tackled a tree and grass fire in Wherstead Road in Ipswich today which is thought to have been started deliberately.

This palace was more ‘bling’ than Versailles. So why don’t we all know about it?

One of Suffolk’s best-known and most prominent landmarks has been put up for sale with a price tag of £5million.

A coastal resort is to lose its Tourist Information Centre – because it is not being used enough.

Stopping a particularly high spring tide from flooding Ipswich is, on paper, relatively simple, writes John Norman, of The Ipswich Society.

A nine-year-old boy from Suffolk is preparing to fly to Rome for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity – where he will sing for the Pope.

A 62-year-old motorcyclist who died at the scene of a two vehicle collision near RAF Barnham on Thursday has been named as Peter Hancock from Sudbury.

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