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Kings of Anglia Issue 7 Magazine Offer With Jimmy Bullard and Tristan Nydam

Catch up on what was said in today’s Ipswich Town web chat

PUBLISHED: 12:50 12 February 2018 | UPDATED: 14:37 12 February 2018

Harrison Reed and Martyn Waghorn in a battle for the ball during Ipswich Town's 1-0 defeat to Norwich City at Portman Road last October. Photo: Steve Waller

Harrison Reed and Martyn Waghorn in a battle for the ball during Ipswich Town's 1-0 defeat to Norwich City at Portman Road last October. Photo: Steve Waller

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It’s that time again... Ipswich Town cross the border to face rivals Norwich City in this season’s second instalment of the East Anglian derby this Sunday (12pm, Sky Sports).

The two teams are currently locked on 44 points in mid-table, Town ahead in 12th by virtue of a better goal difference.

Town’s misery in this fixture continued back in October when James Maddison scored the only goal of the game in a tight match. It extended the Blues’ winless run against their rivals to nine games (D3 L6).

Mick McCarthy’s men played out a drab goalless home draw with rock-bottom Burton at the weekend, while Norwich came-from-behind to secure a 1-1 draw at high-flying Derby.

Catch up on what Blues writers Stuart Watson and Andy Warren had to say during this lunchtime’s live web chat.

Members of the public are being advised not to approach a Hollesley Bay prisoner, who has absconded.

A man was arrested on suspicion of drug driving after his vehicle was stopped due to way it was being driving.

An Ipswich woman will appear on Channel 5’s Blind Date TV show this Saturday in hope of finding love accompanied by her guinea pig.

Ipswich Borough Council leader DAVID ELLESMERE writes about what needs to happen to solve Britain’s housing crisis.

An army veteran from Colchester who lost both legs in a bomb blast in Afghanistan has become an ambassador for an independent road safety charity.

Campaigners are calling for more scrutiny of police after strip-searches more than doubled over six years in Suffolk.

From some special results to the birthday of Beano check out these five stories you may have missed this week.

The sale of household coal could be phased out and wet wood sales restricted in a bid to cut down on pollution from people lighting fireplaces in their homes.

The eighth annual One Big Multicultural Festival will be held on Sunday September 2 in Ipswich’s Alexandra Park.

A married couple from Suffolk will attempt to break the record for the fastest husband and wife crossing of the English channel to raise awareness of ocean plastic pollution.

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