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Ipswich Town take on Preston North End, at Deepdale, on Saturday in what will be their third Championship game in seven days.

Mick McCarthy

Film award shows seem to be losing favour with audiences. Arts editor Andrew Clarke wonders whether its because the audience for movies is changing and the Oscars and BAFTAs are reacting by rewarding the wrong films.

Andrew Clarke

Taj Mahal chef Sayid swaps the kitchen for the stage in The Chef Show, part of PULSE presents.


A dog walker who found the body of murdered 83-year-old Peter Wrighton sobbed in court as she described the moment she realised he was dead.


A pedestrian crossing fault at the A12 Martlesham Park & Ride roundabout could be to blame for reports of “standstill” traffic in the Martlesham and Kesgrave areas this morning.

Suffolk County Council

Rushmere Community Runners has gone from strength to strength, since it was created last year.


Stuart Watson and Andy Warren hosted a live video chat ahead of Ipswich Town’s visit to Norwich City on Sunday.

Stuart Watson

The mother of missing RAF serviceman Corrie McKeague says she has been discussing “a huge amount of different things” surrounding her son’s disappearance with police as she continues to try to find answers.

Corrie McKeague

People in Ipswich are at higher risk of car crime due to their tendency to overshare on social media, according to a new study.


If you are in the Valentine’s Day dog house there are a few ways to remedy the situation... but you need to act fast


#let me in at your window

Monday, February 12, 2018

A re-working of classic novels to introduce social media has Lynne Mortimer all a-twitter


Margaret was about two years from retirement and looking forward to it. Then a letter blew a hole in her dreams


As Channel 4’s fly-on-the-wall series The Job Interview returns for a second series, we look at what you definitely shouldn’t say at a job interview of your own - such as teling an interviewer your weakness is that you’re a bit of a perfectionist


A new campaign has been formed opposing a Suffolk bypass – warning it would see the unnecessary destruction of important countryside at great expense to the taxpayer.

Suffolk County Council

Join In: How news savvy have you been this week?

Saturday, February 10, 2018

Test your knowledge with our news round up quiz. Can you get 8/8?

Christopher Hudson

Bears Pool & Snooker Club in Ipswich is aiming to get youngsters into the game with the launch of special under-18 training events.


Gina Long hails more Suffolk charity fundraisers.


A medieval Suffolk town with a name dating back to the Domesday Book has seen centuries of history overwritten through an unfortunate typographical error.

Christopher Hudson

It was announced earlier that Yates in Ipswich would be putting on a second Friends quiz due to high demand.


Show your other half you love them with these mischievous little Madeleine cakes.


Protecting vulnerable children and teenagers in Suffolk from taking risks online is everyone’s responsibility, experts are warning.

Tim Passmore

An Ipswich pub has sold all of its tickets for its Friends quiz in 12 minutes.


Do you run out of things to do at the weekend? Why not make plans using our guide.


Suffolk singer and YouTube sensation Samantha Harvey is releasing her first single since signing for a major record label – and it goes on pre-order at midnight tomorrow night.

Ed Sheeran

Suffolk and Essex have seen some of the nation’s heaviest snow showers overnight and into this morning.

Met Office

Stephen Fry appeared on Channel 4’s The Last Leg on Friday night, where he revealed he has already downloaded an MP’s new app.


Tony Boxford was getting ready to go out and play bridge on Tuesday when he saw two figures at his door and the outline of an ID badge.

Suffolk police

Club nights, gigs, folk sessions and more over the next few days

University of Essex

Celebrate the Year of the Dog, enjoy some ringside mayhem or listen to people’s coming out stories.

Suffolk Wildlife Trust

Half-term seems to come round quicker every year but don’t worry, we’ve some ideas on how to keep the kids happy from medieval mayhem and monsters to magic shows and outdoor skullduggery.


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