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Suffolk Canine Creche at Martlesham, near Ipswich, is in the running for a national award due to be announced later this month.


John Norman’s look at the history of our major highways suggests it’s not long before they fill up

John Norman

Ipswich’s Robert Welham, 15, has continued his recent run of excellent form with some stunning results in a busy summer race programme at some of the most prestigious events around the country.


Ipswich Town have defeated Luton Town, 2-0, in the Carabao Cup First Round, at Kenilworth Road, tonight.

Mick McCarthy

Seven Ipswich Town academy graduates have been heavily involved in pre-season so far. Stuart Watson profiles the youngsters coming through.

Stuart Watson

Part of Ipswich Town’s ‘five-point plan’ is to sign players for sensible fees and then develop them for the future. STUART WATSON looks at nine players from the lower divisions who may fit the bill this summer.

Jonas Knudsen

The non-league football season maybe at a close, but how about tackling our non-league quiz?

Premier League

You quickly understand why they call New Mexico the ‘Land of Enchantment’. Majestic snow-covered mountains, beautiful desert vistas, delightful mountain villages of horse pasture and stylish adobe homes – all spread out beneath a vast, starlit sky.


Finally, the worst, dullest, most frustrating season of the 50 I’ve been supporting Ipswich Town has whimpered to a finish.

Marcus Evans

Adam Webster admits that he feels like he’s got a ‘brand new’ ankle.

Adam Webster

In 1987, Ipswich town centre ground to a halt when to welcome The Milk Race - the most prestigious cycling event of its time in the British calendar.


Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy says he and the club’s players owe it to fans to carry out the ‘lap of appreciation’ this weekend.

Mick McCarthy

Ipswich Town lost 1-0 at rock-bottom Rotherham yesterday. Blues reporter Stuart Watson gives his verdict.

Mick McCarthy

Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy says he doesn’t worry about receiving a “few saucy comments” from fans when he considers how legendary manager Sir Bobby Robson was, at times, vilified, during his time in the dugout.

Mick McCarthy

Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy says he won’t walk away from Portman Road, wants to build another play-off challenging side and has criticised supporters who claim he has ruined the Blues.

Mick McCarthy

Grant Ward’s fluke equaliser – a 72nd minute cross that sailed into the net – cancelled out Jonathan Grounds’ rebound finish (48) as Ipswich Town drew 1-1 with Birmingham City at Portman Road on Saturday.

Grant Ward

My mate Pete is an Arsenal fan.

Premier League

The Suffolk-based Canine Creche Group has celebrated the launch of its latest franchised operation, in Needham Market.

United Kingdom

A father-of-four who became homeless last year after his relationship ended has said the Ipswich Winter Night Shelter saved his life.


Colchester United finished their last match, away at Cambridge United last Saturday, with five Academy products on the pitch.

Tom Eastman

A Suffolk woman who worked for Free France at their London HQ during the Second World War, and whose wedding guests included General Charles de Gaulle, has celebrated her 100th birthday.


Ipswich Town defender Tommy Smith admits supporters have been right to demand from the team this season.

Tommy Smith

It was dubbed ‘Fearsome February’, but Ipswich Town got through the month undefeated. Stuart Watson takes a look at the factors behind the turnaround.

Grant Ward

The thought of playing bitter rivals Norwich City at the end of a sequence of Championship games that included Reading, Aston Villa, Brighton and Leeds, was enough to send a shudder down the spines of the most optimistic of Ipswich Town fans.

Freddie Sears

Canine Creche Group is to celebrate the launch of its latest franchised operation next month.

Daily Times

Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy says he would never risk not naming a goalkeeper on the bench.

Leon Best

Tom Lawrence has missed out on the Sky Bet Championship player of the month award - despite a red hot January which saw him bag four goals in five league games.

Tom Lawrence

Tom Lawrence – to use modern football parlance – is on fire. Ipswich Town’s greatest-ever loanee? Surely that is now beyond doubt.

Tom Lawrence

I don’t know what surprises me more.

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