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17:43 02 November 2012

Will Kenning, Dame for the New Wolsey

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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Gabriella Keating Fedders with her Pigs Gone Wild sculpture The Ham-Inator

The Pigs Gone Wild trail is live, opening up art to the public and a new generation as they wander round town spotting the elaborately decorated sculptures.

Borough councillor Richard Pope.

The emphasis of immigration during the last weeks of the referendum campaign has led to an increase in the amount of abuse being aimed a European workers on the streets of Suffolk, councillors in Ipswich have heard.

Man in court on pornography charges

An Ipswich businessman has appeared in court charged with outraging public decency, making more than 15,000 indecent images of children and having extreme pornography.

Proposals are being put forward to build a school on the former BT depot site on Woodbridge Road in Ipswich.

A new primary school is being planned for Ipswich – and it is possible it could be built as soon as next year.

Doctors say the shortfall could affect some services

Doctors have warned that a multimillion pound hole in Suffolk’s health budget could bring about a more “chaotic” service with patients denied drugs and treatments.

Stock markets have not collapsed - but the economic outlook is far from clear following the vote to leave the EU.

A week on from the EU referendum and most of us still haven’t been able to catch our breath – but after all the claims from the Remain campaign that were labelled “Project Fear” should we really be fearful . . . or were they overblown, writes Paul Geater?

The second Rotary Mastermind competition was held at the St Raphael Club, Ipswich on July 29, 2015 between representatives of the four Ipswich rotary clubs.
Winner, with his trophy, is John Norman.
From left, David Pearman, Ipswich East, David Knowles of Ipswich Wolsey, John Norman Ipswich Rotary Club, quizmaster Russell (Magnus) Leeburn, and Trevor Harris of Ipswich Orwell.

Ipswich Rotary clubs meet up for quiz event of the year - Mastermind

Dave Lock decompressing on the line

Scuba divers searching the first British warship to sink in the First World War have made a “remarkable” discovery.

The scene of a fatality at the Gipsy Lane pedestrian rail crossing

Network Rail faces a potential multi-million pound payout after admitting safety failures at a rail crossing where an 82-year-old Suffolk actress was killed.

Worker admits theft by employee

A building society customer manager has admitted stealing £17,500 from her employer.

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