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With just two days to do until we come together to celebrate our wonderful county, one Suffolk fan has created a range of tasty goods inspired by the place she calls home.
Dedicated officers, staff and supporters of Suffolk police were recognised at the constabulary’s annual awards ceremony.
Trevor Lightening kept his 1958 Vauxhall Cresta PA running smoothly, albeit rather smokily, with the help of shots of Redex.
With only a week to go until Suffolk Day organisations across the county are stocking up on merchandise.
Jamie Brown of Archant Local Impact explains how you can access help to make your business stand out online.
Patricia Abbott explains why her Fiat 127 hatchback, a temperamental starter on cool mornings, had so many dents on the roof over the driver’s door.
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.
Jamie Brown, head of knowledge and development at Archant, introduces Local Impact.
The work of a number of Suffolk photographers is to be proudly displayed along Ipswich Waterfront later this month after they were selected as winners in a festival’s Instagram campaign.
The end of the road for Charles Drake’s 1947 Standard 10 Tourer was something of a moving experience on a foggy, frosty morning.
Tony Hewlett had some explaining to do when his 1962 Ford Popular was used by criminals and he did not know it was missing. But it didn’t fare so well as a tow car.
Supporters of a Suffolk charity have been given a “heartfelt thank you” at a tea party uniting donors with the families they helped.
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.
Editors, including of this newspaper, are urging MPs to reject what they call anti-press amendments in the Data Protection Bill due to be discussed in Parliament tomorrow.
Richard Batson tells how the Triumph Herald’s looks belied its dodgy driveability but an engine compartment you could almost walk into made it easy to maintain.
Ipswich council is carrying out works to several car parks over the next few weeks to make them safer and more attractive for users – but there will be some temporary closures.
A 1960 Ford ‘Anglebox’ Anglia 105E put Eamonn Harvey on the road to enjoying owning classic cars and he still has an Austin A35.
Alan Burbridge’s first car was a 1967 Ford Anglia Super and fond memories still coming flooding back whenever he sees one at a classic car meet.
John Norman finishes his story about the enterprise behind the first flat-packaged patio set for Tesco.
Perry Parsons had a lot of fun in his 1954 two-seater Morgan Plus 4 sports car which, unfortunately came to an untimely end when hit by a bus.
Michael Redgrave shared many exciting and hairy moments with Paula – his 1929 Morris Cowley.
Alan Payne’s 19-year-old Morris 8 would not go up steep hills forwards so he had to go up them backwards.
A boost for Ipswich - the transformation of former Hollywood nightclub into offices is under way.
If, like me, you remember the Green’Un Saturday night football paper, produced here in Ipswich, you probably do so with fondness.
Repainting Romany Poppitt-Price’s first car, a Hillman Hunter, went with military precision and the help of a tin of Dulux!
New Future50 member Taste Collectiv wants to spice up your dinner.
Martin Cooper’s first car really was a family car – he bought it from his grandfather and later sold it to his cousin... for a profit.
Family-run pork business wins Producer of the Year 2018.
Russell Whipps worked for a Ford dealer when he bought his Anglia which made it handy when it needed repairs.
Victor Bennett tells how Betsy the Morris Minor’s engine was flooded, along with the interior, by the high tide which also left it with a slight smell of salty fish.