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Ipswich Town have been linked with a potential move for Middlesbrough winger Marvin Johnson.
Don Topley takes a look at those missing Aussies not here at the moment and why Essex keep losing quarter-finals!
Reports in Italy have linked Ipswich Town with a move for Genoa winger David Milinkovic.
If you have an odd £2.5m or so, you could make a bid for a hall with history. John Norman tells its story.
Former Ipswich Town stalwart Micky Stockwell says England’s players must cope with the weight of expectation heading into their World Cup opener against Tunisia tonight (7pm ko).
Ipswich Town duo Bartosz Bialkowski and Jonas Knudsen are at the World Cup in Russia. Stuart Watson looks at the previous Blues who played in football’s biggest tournament.
Martyn Waghorn is loving his time at Ipswich Town. STUART WATSON spoke to the popular street footballer who plays with a smile on his face.
Peter Elphick’s first car, a 1934 Austin 7 Ruby, was 25 years old when he bought it but his first new car was a Morris Traveller.
After the two bank holidays in May, when can you next look forward to a three-day weekend?
Ipswich Town’s search for a new manager is finally over following the appointment of Paul Hurst. Andy Warren looks at the story of how the Blues finally got their man.
Ipswich Town look set to miss out on managerial target Jack Ross, with the St Mirren boss set to take the Sunderland job.
In his latest column, Nino Severino shares news of a trip to the Elena Baltacha Foundation by patron Judy Murray.
St Mirren have reportedly offered Jack Ross an improved contract as they bid to keep their manager amid interest from Ipswich Town and Sunderland.
The MP for South Suffolk has defended the government’s policy on austerity following the release of a damning report on the state of the NHS.
Former Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy has once again signalled his intent to return to management, targetting a club in either the Premier League or Championship.
It was the sort of day time-trialists dream about. Despite outwardly unattractive conditions, both the VC Norwich 25 at Larling and the Eastern Counties CA 50 at Six Mile Bottom produced personal bests by the dozen, writes Fergus Muir.
We asked St Mirren fan David MacDonald, editor of the Black and White Army website, for his views on Jack Ross, as the odds tumble on him becoming the next Ipswich Town boss.
There was plenty of national cycle speedway action over the weekend in Suffolk, with Ipswich and Kesgrave teams to the fore. PHIL CLARKE reports.
Peter Lane bought a year-old Ford 100E van in 1961 and he and a school friend enjoyed some memorable, and eventful, camping trips in Scoland with it.
Instead of wedding presents, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are asking for charitable donations. So which organisations have they decided to support?
A rail union has welcomed a parliamentary motion calling for Greater Anglia to settle the long-running guards dispute.
Council chiefs have moved to reassure low paid workers that they will not be abandoned as figures show two Suffolk districts have among the highest rates of minimum wage in the country.
Ipswich Town legend George Burley has formally applied for the vacant manager’s position at his beloved Blues – and lined up Terry Butcher as his assistant – insisting he has ‘all the credentials’.
Two Ipswich Town legends will go head-to-head in the dugout to raise money for a Suffolk-based charity.
Five junior doctors are setting off on an epic journey – pedalling more than 3,000km and even crossing the Alps – to reach refugees in urgent need of medical help.
Bury St Edmunds start the defence of the Hambro Cup with a home West Suffolk Derby match against Flempton tomorrow.
An East Anglian ale brewed with barley long thought to have been extinct has been shortlisted for a major industry award.
A Felixstowe-based consultancy has successfully steered a ports business towards achieving a quality marque to help with trading post-Brexit.
Temperatures in the region could reach around 26C today as the spell of fine weather continues into the weekend.
Chris Bartrum and James Biggs of Diss are aiming for a record fourth successive victory in the Suffolk Amateur Foursomes Championship at Bury St Edmunds on Sunday.