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

Watch Mick McCarthy discuss Bishop injury, bids for Moore and new striker Drinan

PUBLISHED: 13:35 29 December 2017 | UPDATED: 13:39 29 December 2017

Watch Mick McCarthy's press conference live. Photo: Archant

Watch Mick McCarthy's press conference live. Photo: Archant

Mick McCarthy spoke to the media this lunchtime ahead of tomorrow’s clash with Derby at Portman Road.

The Blues will be looking to get back to winning ways following defeat at leaders Wolves and the 0-0 Boxing Day draw with Queens Park Rangers.

Ipswich go into the game with a lengthy midfield injury list, with Teddy Bishop the latest to be added to it following news

that he will miss the rest of the season with a hamstring injury.

And Mick discussed Bishop’s injury, plus the crisis in midfield during his chat with the media, as well as new striker Aaron Drinan who will sign from January 1, and the latest on the Kieffer Moore situation.

A 15-year-old girl from Ipswich who was reported missing to police is back home with her family.

Thousands of runners dressed in pink are expected to descend on Trinity Park near Ipswich this weekend to play their part in the fight against cancer.

Rail services between Ipswich and Cambridge are “heavily disrupted” this morning due to a broken down freight train.

The coast of California USA and Fore Street, Ipswich swimming pool are worlds apart in several ways, but for former Ipswich lady, Karen Quezada, nee Spanner, who now lives in California, the little Victorian built pool in Ipswich holds a special place in her heart.

The restoration of one the last working steam trains in East Anglia will take a major step forward this weekend.

At around 41p per day, I’ve always thought the BBC licence fee offered great value for money, writes Thrifty Living’s Sheena Grant.

A murder probe has been launched following another fatal stabbing in the East of England.

Hundreds of children and their favourite fluffy friends descended on an Ipswich park to enjoy a teddy bear’s picnic.

A Suffolk seaside town has defied national trends to see property prices soar – retaining its position among the top three priciest coastal locations.

A private company has been awarded a five-year contract to run the NHS 111 helpline and out of hours services in Suffolk and north east Essex.

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