A father-of-three suffering severe walking problems has spoken of his gratitude to surgeons at Ipswich Hospital after becoming the first patient in the east of England to receive a pioneering knee operation.
Ipswich Eagles’ optimism for success faltered at the cycle speedway Knockout Cup Final in Coventry over the weekend, as they finished in third place behind eventual winners Wednesfield and Newport, writes Phil Clarke.
The University of Suffolk has appealed against the lowest-ranked award it received in the first major Olympic-styled assessment of higher education teaching standards. Vice-chancellor Richard Lister explains why in an exclusive interview.
Mick McCarthy is eyeing a new striker, and while a targetman is high on his wishlist, the latest name linked, Harry Bunn, doesn’t necessarily fit that mould. CHRIS BRAMMER looks at Bunn and others that could possibly do a job for the Blues
With fascinating and clear memories of her childhood in Ipswich, reader Jude Wiseman has written recalling bombs falling on Ipswich during the Second World War, the severe winter of 1947, the Arts Theatre in Tower Street and ducking down behind the safety fence at Ipswich Speedway.