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In his latest column, Nino Severino shares news of a trip to the Elena Baltacha Foundation by patron Judy Murray.

UN Court

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have not yet headed off on honeymoon, so if they haven’t booked year, why not come to East Anglia


The work of a number of Suffolk photographers is to be proudly displayed along Ipswich Waterfront later this month after they were selected as winners in a festival’s Instagram campaign.


The ‘Windsors’ are getting married this weekend – right here in Suffolk, at Woolverstone Hall.


The presenting teams have been revealed for football’s greatest tournament as the best players across the globe prepaer to descend on Russia for the FIFA World Cup 2018. But which channel will kick off the action for England?

Roy Keane

A Suffolk nurse’s proposals to decriminalise cannabis for medical use has been backed by the national union.


It’s been a hell of a journey to this point, but Ben Folami knows this is really only the beginning.

Freddie Sears

Former Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy is set to turn down a host of foreign job offers – including one from South African side Kaiser Chiefs – and wait for something that appeals in England.

Mick McCarthy

Norwich chef joins forces with award-winning bakery.

Food and Drink

A lottery-winning couple from Essex celebrated their win by “lawn-Moeting” a giant champagne bottle into the grass of their back garden.


Taiwan manager Gary White believes he should be considered for the Ipswich Town job. STUART WATSON spoke to the ambitious 43-year-old about his globe-trotting journey.

Bobby Robson

Cricket correspondent CARL MARSTON previews the new East Anglian Premier League season, speaking to the captains of our region’s five top clubs


Pint-sized partygoers are due to take over the dancefloor this summer at Suffolk’s first ever family-friendly rave.

United Kingdom

Two Ipswich ex-pats have taken on a mammoth mission to drive 2000 miles across Australia in three weeks.

United Kingdom

Ipswich and District Indoor Bowling Club marks new outdoor season with


East Bergholt’s Zoe Newson has won bronze in the women’s lightweight final at the Commonwealth Games in Australia.


Unusually-named Ipswich band Plimsoll Sandwich are set for a relaunch - 40 years on from their 70s heyday.

Suffolk police

Ipswich Town left-back Jonas Knudsen is desperate to fulfil his World Cup dream this summer.

Jonas Knudsen

Ipswich’s Hannah Martin offered up no excuses for England’s lacklustre display as the women’s hockey side lost their first match of the Commonwealth Games, to India.


Ipswich’s George Pinner had the best seat in the house to watch his England side kick off their Commonwealth campaign in style – the goalkeeper barely having to lift a finger in the 7-0 romp past Malaysia.


Hannah Martin admitted her Commonwealth Games debut could not have gone much better as England cruised to a comfortable win over South Africa in their opener, writes Ryan Walters.


There is lots to do in the Ipswich area this weekend - including the Framlingham Country Show, which has moved to the Suffolk Showground at Trinity Park because of the weather.

Ipswich Borough Council

Ipswich Town drew 2-2 with Millwall at Portman Road this afternoon. STUART WATSON gives his thoughts on the game.

Adam Webster

Dara, ignore your GP, your wife and the doubters who laughed at you last night. Shufflefeet is a real condition. I have it too. Stay strong, together we can beat it.

Wayne Savage

The long Easter weekend is nearly here. Here are some suggestions for events in Ipswich and the surrounding area.

Ipswich council

Suffolk businessman Paul Magnus, whose interests ranged from international shipping to river cruises on the River Orwell, has died aged 71 at his home near Hadleigh following a short illness.

St Mary's Church

An Ipswich bottled beer shop has gained a tool which produces beer that stays fresh for up to a month.

Food and Drink

Suffolk superstar Ed Sheeran appeared to be channelling the late Steve Irwin during a close encounter with a crocodile in Australia.


It started off with 13 pioneers in a west London park but in the space of a few short years has become an international phenomenon, with almost three million participants in 17 countries, stretching from the UK to Singapore, South Africa, Australia and America.

Tony Goldson

The former Lloyds Tavern in Ipswich town centre is set to get a new lease of life this summer.


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