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Ipswich Town duo called-up for New Zealand, ahead of Confederations Cup

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Ipswich Town duo Tommy Smith and Monty Patterson have been called up by New Zealand, ahead of the All Whites’ participation in the Confederations Cup in Russia, next month.

The Town pair will attend a warm-up camp in Ireland, face Northern Ireland in a friendly in Belfast on Friday, June 2, before taking on Belarus in Minsk in a final friendly on Monday, June 12.

New Zealand have been drawn against Russia, Mexico and Portugal in their Confederations Cup group.

The All Whites kick-off against the hosts on Sunday, June 18 before taking on Mexico four days later. They finish the group against Portugal on Sunday, June 25.

Intensive care beds at an Ipswich mental health ward are likely to stay closed until the autumn, it can be revealed.

One of the oldest white rhinoceros’ in Europe has passed away.

Concerns have been raised that plans to introduce additional policing powers in Ipswich will be “criminalising behaviours that are not in themselves a crime”.

It could be the sale of the century as Sutton Hall Estate, near Woodbridge, including an eight bedroom Georgian house, 11 more cottages and farmhouses, two barns and more than 2170 acres is up for sale.

Can you see yourself or someone you know in our photo gallery? All pictures were taken at Yates in Ipswich on Saturday, June 30.

Suffolk and Essex are forecast yet another day of warm temperatures and glorious sunshine – though there is also a chance of some long-awaited rain for eastern parts.

Speed limits through roadworks on the A14 and A12 could be increased under new plans aimed to ease drivers’ frustration with delays.

This week we challenged our iWitness community to take test their artistic skills with the theme silhouettes.

Suffolk is one of 10 areas running a pilot scheme for the year which allows councils to retain 100% of the business rates it collects and invest it into the county.

Struggling owners have been urged not to dump pets they cannot care for as a charity braces itself for a summer animal welfare crisis.

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