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PUBLISHED: 13:18 16 April 2018 | UPDATED: 13:18 16 April 2018

Bryan Klug is in caretaker charge of Ipswich Town until the end of the season. Photo: Pagepix

Bryan Klug is in caretaker charge of Ipswich Town until the end of the season. Photo: Pagepix

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The search for the 16th permanent manager in Ipswich Town’s 82-year professional history is underway.

What type of boss do you want to see replace Mick McCarthy at Portman Road? Should the Blues take a calculated risk in an attempt to capture the imagination or is Championship experience required given the limited budget?

Plenty of names have already been linked to the job and we want to know who you want in the hot seat next season.

EADT and Ipswich Star sports editor Mark Heath will sit down with Blues reporters Stuart Watson and Andy Warren for a live video discussion on our Facebook page at 12.30pm, with a live web chat following right here immediately after.

An online GoFundMe appeal has been launched in support of an Ipswich mother of six who died following an accident on the A12 last week.

A Suffolk town’s former deputy mayor has proposed a vote of no confidence in the council he resigned from and which serving members have branded “broken and dysfunctional”.

An Ipswich man has been jailed for a terrifying axe attack which sparked an armed siege and left his neighbour fearing for her life.

Rail conductor/guards working on Greater Anglia trains have called a second one-day strike in early May – but the company insists passengers will not be affected.

A second person has been charged with the murder of Colchester man Martin Dines.

In 2012 the Woodbridge teenager had just become an internet sensation.

A black tie charity ball is taking place to collect cash for an Ipswich-based baby bereavement support group.

The harshest winter for years is set to cost Suffolk County Council millions of pounds according to a report by officials.

The countdown to an international cycling spectacular sweeping through the heart of Suffolk in June has stepped up a gear – as a high-profile dignitary swapped her civic chain for a bicycle one.

Politicians from across the political spectrum have joined together to recognise the achievements of Aldeburgh born suffragist Dame Millicent Fawcett as a new statue was unveiled in her memory.

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