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The best of the county’s sporting talent was celebrated at the Suffolk Sports Awards at Kesgrave Hall, writes Elaine Anderson-Browne.
Dusty Miller’s Vauxhall 14 steamed along but it helped put him on the road to some ‘big old beasts’ of motors.
Grant Whillance’s first car was shared with a shipmate and kept in a garage near the docks so it was available when home on leave.
Two Suffolk charities teamed up last night to put on a glittering ball.
Families in Suffolk and north Essex are being invited to take part in a new scheme devised by a funeral service to celebrate the life and memory of loved ones.
We’re approaching the 40th anniversary of one of the greatest days in the history of Ipswich Town Football Club - and now you can relive those glorious memories.
Theresa May has visited East Anglia to mark the launch of a major government review into mental health in the workplace.
Graham Maidlow had an eventful 18 months with his Austin A40 Devon – wet legs, a seized engine, a close encounter with a pristine lawn and generally winging it.
Terry Patrick’s Isetta bubble car came to an oily end and he still has the manual to remind how the bubble really did burst!
Britain’s biggest Euromillions jackpot is up for grabs tomorrow night - could you be joining Suffolk’s big lottery winners?
Trevor Morgan build one good Austin Seven out of two that he bought in 1957 for £26 and later sold it for a profit. Happy motoring!
The former offices of Archant in Suffolk – publishers of the EADT and Ipswich Star – are now only a memory as the demolition work on the Lower Brook Street site in Ipswich nears completion.
Barbara Hardiman’s Mini van was a big part of her life, carrying loads of rubbish to the dump and full of happy memories over 45 years of ownership.
A striking image capturing the sound of waves crashing against the Suffolk shoreline has scooped first prize in a brand new photography competition.
Ipswich Town will spend this week preparing for the visit of Championship strugglers, Bolton Wanderers, on Saturday.
Have you got the skills to bake and decorate a cake that represents the best of Suffolk? If so, enter our competition- you could win a luxury afternoon tea at Hintlesham Hall.
Colin Clarke was a Messerschmitt three-wheeler fan and still drives a modern equivalent. Here he tells of some of the delights and drawbacks of the ’Schmitt.
Large engineering works in Ipswich have employed thousands of people - now many of the companies have gone, writes David Kindred.
Dulcie was a bit of a drinker and smoker when Michael Horne met her. But he soon sorted the 1951 Morris Minor’s thirst for oil.
The Chantry housing estate in Ipswich was mostly built in the 1950s and 60s to house the town’s expanding population, writes David Kindred.
Jonathan Mayfield had his fair share of minor niggles with his Fiat Punto but travelled in style.
Ipswich Town got their season off to a positive start at the weekend with a 1-0 home victory over Birmingham City in the Championship.
Dave Barnard took to the road in a 1957 Ford Popular but with his new-found independence came the need to learn the art of motoring maintenance.
Budding photographers have been given more time to take part in the Sounds of Suffolk photography competition.
Suffolk youngsters seeking a taste of professional life can apply for a unique holiday programme offering exclusive access to some of the county’s best known businesses and organisations.
The former East Anglian Daily Times and Ipswich Star offices are no more.
Around 70 more jobs are understood to have been lost in Ipswich following the appointment of administrators at insurance broker Ignition Select.
An Austin A30 not only put radio enthusiast Allan Papworth on the road to freedom but on the air as well.
After much welding and many new body parts, Brian Hampson’s ‘souped-up’ Ford Anglia was a head-turner for the right reason.
A photograph of Waterloo House, which was the Post Office, public house and shop at Tattingstone, appeared in Days Gone By recently, writes David Kindred.