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Gallery: The week in pictures

17:06 16 November 2012

Seagull trying to catch a piece of bread thrown into the air

Seagull trying to catch a piece of bread thrown into the air

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PUDSEY fever has this week swept Ipswich and Felixstowe, with charity supporters doing their bit for Children in Need.

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Meanwhile, candidates vied for your vote in the police and crime commissioner elections - eventually won by Tory candidate Tim Passmore.

There was excitement as Ipswich Town travelled to Walsham le Willows for the Suffolk Premier Cup, securing another win for new boy Mick McCarthy.

There was sadness in Ipswich as Christopher Thompson was found dead in Chantry Park.

And there was traffic chaos in Norwich Road after a chemical spill outside a dry cleaners.

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Wymondham Police Investigation Centre (PIC)

An Ipswich man has been charged with murder following a stabbing in Great Yarmouth.

The scene in Back Hamlet, Ipswich

An exclusion zone is in place after what is described as an “unexploded grenade” has been found in Back Hamlet Ipswich.

Poilce investigation work at the scene of the accident on the A12 at Martlesham Heath.

A child is fighting for their life in hospital after they were involved in a two-vehicle crash.

Lydia Sophie Eileen, who was born at 24 weeks and 6 days.

When Ipswich mum Maxine Steward when into labour 15 weeks early, she feared the worst for her baby girl.

The 23-year-old will appear in court today

The number of violent and sexual crimes being reported in south west Ipswich has more than quadrupled over the past two years.

Sir Bob Russell meets with Paul Geater.

A fortnight ago in my column I was discussing the importance (or not) of car parking prices in attracting visitors to a town for a shopping trip or general day out.

Sleepless in Seattle

Instead of splashing out on an expensive meal this Valentine’s, why not have a romantic night in watching a themed film?

Stick-on artist’s impression of Ipswich station refurbishment

Passengers waiting to board trains at Ipswich may have noticed hoardings depicting the station’s soon-to-be refurbished ticket office.

Mike Ambrose

The family of Kesgrave chef Michael Ambrose who died in a crash have urged anyone who has recently bought a motorbike or is thinking of buying one to get it assessed.

Colin Brereton Tanzania trek

It’s a far cry from his home in Stoke-by-Clare but for Colin Brereton a love of nature, being outdoors and preserving the world for future generations has seen him pack his bags for a gruelling trek in aid of farmers in Africa.

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