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Work to redevelop Ipswich Cornhill has taken a significant step forward with the delivery of a new underground tank for the water feature at the heart of the revamped town centre.
John Norman takes us back in time to a long road that would have been full of colour, noise and myriad aromas.
CONTAINS SPOILERS Would Cathy and Michael’s tentative romance end in tears or happiness? This beautiful finale kept us guessing until the very last few minutes
Rural businesses from Suffolk and Essex have been named among the regional winners in the annual Countryside Alliance Awards.
Officers have received a tip off into the unsolved brutal murder of an 82-year-old woman in her home.
New uses are being sought for some of the most prominent unused buildings in the town centre as the Ipswich Vision partners prepare to move ahead with the regeneration of the town.
Ipswich market stallholders have been given another month rent-free to try to establish their pitches in their new sites after the closure of the Cornhill for redevelopment.
One of Hadleigh’s main high street banks is set to close this summer as numbers of customers using the branch have plummeted.
A Post Office and newsagents which suddenly closed last summer looks unlikely to re-open, as plans have been lodged to turn it into a financial services office.
This Sunday marks 25 years since Doris Shelley was found covered in blood, cowering in a corner of her kitchen following a brutal raid on her Martlesham home.
The boss of the largest store in Ipswich town centre has welcomed the long-awaited start of work on the Cornhill reconstruction.
Ipswich’s market has now been moved to the top of Princes Street and Queens Street - we asked people in Ipswich what they thought of the move.
Fine January sunshine brought out the shoppers to try Ipswich market at its new site at the top of Princes Street – and the reaction of most traders was cautiously positive.
This is the last week that market traders will operate from Ipswich’s Cornhill for at least a year as work to rebuild the town centre is due to start.
Real life owls and edible golden snitches are set to spellbind visitors to Ipswich Museum next month during an evening of magical mayhem.
The many faces of the Cornhill over the decades are this week’s subject for John Norman
Controversial plans to revamp the Cornhill in Ipswich have been given the green light – on the basis the council can find a partner to match the extra £200,000 it is investing in the project.
Six rural businesses from Suffolk and North Essex have been named among the regional finalists in the 2017 Countryside Alliance Awards.
Ipswich market’s move to Queen Street and Princes Street will go ahead in the New Year it has been confirmed, as the council is set to agree which contractor to use on Tuesday.
Bungay, Southwold. Diss, Halesworth. Banks are closing down everywhere. But we can live without them, can’t we, says James Marston
Gerald Moores believes supernatural forces transformed his ailing Ford Prefect when he sold it to car dealer and heavyweight wrestling champion Big Les!
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The only Post Office in Brantham will close tomorrow, despite an impassioned campaign by villagers and councillors to save it.
Post Office has confirmed it will be re-locating its services in east Ipswich after the closure of Heath News forced the Post Office into temporary closure.
An MP hopes a new location can be found for a local post office after plans emerged to close the shop in which it is housed.
An Ipswich athletics coach who continues to train those in the sport as she approaches her 80th birthday has been recognised with an outstanding award to volunteering.
Police have arrested three people after a man was taken to hospital with serious stabbing injuries from Jaywick near Clacton.
Another phase of archaeological and geological tests starts on Ipswich’s Cornhill on Monday in preparation for the redevelopment of the town’s central square next year.
The Post Office has said it is working hard on arranging alternative services in east Ipswich after the closure of Heath News newsagents.
An 83-year-old dog walker was stabbed multiple times in the neck and head in a brutal murder in woodland near to Thetford Forest, police have revealed.