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Watch Chris Brammer and Stuart Watson discuss the latest Ipswich Town news

Ipswich Town host Birmingham City at Portman Road tomorrow. Picture: SAM DAWES

Ipswich Town host Birmingham City at Portman Road tomorrow. Picture: SAM DAWES


The Blues are back tomorrow - and our Ipswich Town writers Chris Brammer and Stuart Watson bring you the latest news out of Portman Road, fresh from Mick McCarthy’s press conference, here.

Perched atop Archant HQ at Portman House, just a stone’s throw away from Portman Road, the boys discuss their thoughts on today’s press conference, brought to you live for the first time on our Facebook pages.

- Watch: Mick McCarthy’s live press conference pre-Birmingham City

There’s also the rumoured Harry Bunn bid to chat about, and their tips for the opening day line-up which will battle Harry Redknapp’s Birmingham tomorrow.

We’ve also brought you some more exclusive video content today, with Stuart Watson’s sit-down chat with Town star Bartosz Bialkowski.

A woman has suffered potentially life-changing injuries during a horror crash in Suffolk.

A resolute Suffolk campaigner who has beaten cancer twice is calling on the running community to join her fight against the devastating disease.

The people of Hadleigh have voted to hold a referendum proposing a mass resignation of their town councillors.

A man has been found guilty in connection with a gunpoint kidnap of a 30-year-old man in Ipswich last year.

Former Ipswich mayor Inga Lockington’s attempt to become a British citizen is back on after Home Office staff contacted her to find out details of her life in this country.

Excitement is building for the Women’s Tour as dignitaries take up the chance to ride part of the Suffolk route ahead of the main event next month.

Work started yesterday to demolish one of the best-known pubs in Ipswich.

Suffolk County Council’s new leader has promised a new era of co-operation as he took over the helm at Endeavour House at the authority’s annual general meeting.

For 63 years the Ipswich Operatic and Dramatic Society has entertained thousands with their colourful shows at local theatres.

Suffolk businesses are being encouraged to consider exporting as part of trade opportunities after Brexit.

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