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Twitter Moments: Fans have say on Ipswich Town’s 2-1 defeat at QPR

David McGoldrick tries to sell a first half dummy to QPR defender Alex Baptiste Picture Pagepix

David McGoldrick tries to sell a first half dummy to QPR defender Alex Baptiste Picture Pagepix

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Ipswich Town launched a late fightback but came out second-best in Saturday afternoon’s 2-1 defeat at QPR.

Substitute Bersant Celina scored a stunning late goal to set up a grandstand finish after Jamie Mackie and Luke Freeman had scored either side of half-time to put Rangers two-goals up.

Town new-boy Callum Connolly then saw a late goalbound shot, from Celina’s cross, blocked as the hosts recorded their third win out of three at Loftus Road this season.

For Town, it was their second successive league defeat after four wins to start the season.

Read what the Blues fans had to say about the defeat in west London here.

The Met Office has issued a new weather warning for heavy rain in Suffolk and north Essex on Sunday.

A DIY SOS-style project to improve the life of a teenager with autism and epilepsy has been completed.

The former leader of Ipswich Borough Council has admitted the town failed to end exploitation, trafficking and slavery following the murder of five Ipswich women in 2006.

Award-winning actress Nicole Kidman and Ipswich-born actor Ralph Fiennes are in talks to star in a new film about Suffolk’s Sutton Hoo, it has emerged.

A mum slapped with a parking fine after being accused of “misusing” a parent bay at a Suffolk supermarket has divided opinion.

An individual can be seen trying the door handles of cars in Ipswich under the cover of darkness.

The historic Ipswich pub that once hosted Ed Sheeran have officially shut with the owners hoping that it can be re-opened.

The housing market may be showing signs of a pre-Brexit slowdown, but your home still went up in value in Suffolk more so than in Norfolk over the summer, according to the latest figures.

Storm Bronagh has headed away from our region this morning but the windy conditions are set to stay with us.

A sold-out gala dinner in memory of a ‘larger than life’ Suffolk rugby player who fell ill and died during a match last year has hugely exceeded fundraisers’ expectations.

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