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Kings of Anglia Issue 8 Magazine Offer

Matchday Recap: Jutkiewicz double levels matters after Nolan and Pennington had put Town two up

PUBLISHED: 12:15 29 September 2018 | UPDATED: 19:38 29 September 2018

Jon Nolan scores Ipswich's first goal at Birmingham City Picture Pagepix

Jon Nolan scores Ipswich's first goal at Birmingham City Picture Pagepix

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Ipswich Town return to Championship action this afternoon when they take on Birmingham City at St Andrew’s (kick-off 3pm).

The Blues head to St Andrew’s this weekend still looking for their first victory under Hurst’s management, sitting 23rd in the Championship table.

Birmingham were winless themselves prior to the weekend but broke their duck in spectacular fashion as they won at league-leaders Leeds United.

It’s been a difficult week for Hurst, given the news experienced striker Jon Walters will almost certainly not play for the club again after suffering a partially ruptured achilles in the draw with Bolton.

Follow the game live with us from 3pm.

One person has been arrested after a man was stabbed on Cemetery Road in Ipswich.

Older people in Ipswich are being encouraged to take part in the ActivLives sessions.

Nowadays, wherever you go and whoever you’re with, it seems almost automatic for many people to instantly let the world know by taking a selfie.

Watch our video tour of The Old Rectory, a £1.35m home set on 1.6 acres of land for sale in Tattingstone.

Tougher punishment for speeding may be helping to cut offences in Suffolk, new research has suggested.

Make sure your plan your journeys around the road works being carried out by Highways England.

In his latest column, Suffolk Constabulary chief constable GARETH WILSON talks about how his force is dealing with the mental health pressures the job of policing can place on his staff.

Devastated colleagues of an ever smiling, popular young pub worker tragically killed in a road crash have paid a moving tribute to her, saying life “won’t be the same without her”.

The number of people identified as victims of modern slavery has more than doubled in the region over the course of a year.

An alcohol free bar is set to open its doors in Essex, we speak to people in Ipswich to hear their thoughts on the new business venture.

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