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Find out why the mansion was set to be demolished and how much it was eventually sold for in our explainer video to celebrate Ipswich’s heritage open days.
The rate of youngsters being admitted to hospital as a result of self harm in Suffolk has nearly doubled in the last five years, new data has revealed.
Veteran central defender James Collins continues to train with Ipswich Town.
Bereavement is just the start of grief for the two-thirds of people more likely to make an attempt on their own life following the death by suicide of a loved one.
Ipswich Hospital has changed its policy regarding sales representatives from a commercial parenting club on the maternity ward after a Suffolk woman raised concerns following her experience.
A planning application to turn a closed Ipswich pub into a community centre would not allow the building to be used as a mosque, it has emerged.
A Suffolk marina where suspected illegal immigrants are believed to have come ashore has said it co-operated fully with authorities.
Suffolk patients’ satisfaction with GP services has exceeded national benchmarks despite the growing pressures and recruitment difficulties facing healthcare staff in the county.
The employer of an Ipswich woman whose death is being treated as murder has spoken out about “tragic loss” of a much-loved colleague.
Bolton Wanderers remain interested in Ipswich Town striker Joe Garner ahead of tomorrow’s deadline for permanent transfers.
Tayo Edun’s Ipswich Town career started with a bang, but the young Fulham loanee insists he still has plenty to learn following his move to Portman Road.
Phil Parkinson has confirmed Bolton Wanderers are interested in signing Ipswich Town striker Joe Garner with the club reported to have made a six-figure offer for his services.
Early discussions are underway to form a rail partnership in Mid Suffolk that will boost tourism and promote destinations in the area.
Health workers in Suffolk have been commended for their “incredible dedication and professionalism”.
Derby County have completed the signing of former Ipswich Town striker Jack Marriott.
Ipswich Town have completed the signing of Bristol Rovers striker Ellis Harrison for an initial fee of £750,000.
Ipswich Town are said to be fighting with Hull and West Brom for Scunthorpe left-back Conor Townsend, according to reports.
Ipswich Town are expected to bid again for Blackpool defender Curtis Tilt with the two clubs edging closer regarding a valuation.
Health unions are making a last-ditch attempt to slow down the merger of Ipswich and Colchester hospitals.
Former Ipswich manager Mick McCarthy believes the Blues may struggle to keep hold of star goalkeeper Bartosz Bialkowski and insists he would try and sign him in a heartbeat if he takes another job and is in need of a shot stopper.
A private company has been awarded a five-year contract to run the NHS 111 helpline and out of hours services in Suffolk and north east Essex.
Waiting times for patients visiting A&E at Ipswich and West Suffolk hospitals have greatly improved, monthly figures have revealed.
Reports in Italy have linked Ipswich Town with a move for Genoa winger David Milinkovic.
A houndly hastag and new website have been launched ahead of the return of this year’s Suffolk Dog Day.
Police have been called to a collision between a car and a lorry on the A12 near the Copdock roundabout in Ipswich.
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.
Radical plans to overhaul health and social care in the region have taken a step forward, but critics fear the public are being left in the dark.
Paul Hurst is a leading candidate for the Ipswich Town job. Here ANDY WARREN puts the Shrewsbury boss through Town owner Marcus Evans’ five-point plan
The chief executive of Ipswich and Colchester hospitals is preparing to embark on a poignant trek in tribute to his “inspirational” wife following her death from breast cancer.
Dramatic cuts have enabled health services in Suffolk and north-east Essex to slice their deficit by even more than planned – but there’s still a long way to go to break even.