An Ipswich park pond from where fish had to be rescued earlier this summer has been restored to health after being cleaned and having duckweed removed.

Only five years after it opened its new Ipswich town centre station in Museum Street, Suffolk Police is preparing to close it and move into the Princes Street Fire Station.

Now you see it . . . Now you don't! All evidence of Ipswich "Cornhenge" has now been wiped off the face of the town's Cornhill.

An estimated 400 protesters have marched through Ipswich to show their opposition to any new northern bypass for the town.

The Suffolk Chamber of Commerce has come out in favour of the middle route for a new northern bypass for Ipswich on deadline day for people and organisations to have their say on the proposal.

The government has been forced to publish details of its "Operation Yellowhammer" plans for the country to cope with a no-deal Brexit - but Suffolk's public services are not yet ready to reveal details of their preparations.

The Ed Sheeran: Made in Suffolk exhibition has been attracting visitors from across the world to Ipswich's Christchurch Mansion - but the star of the show didn't have to come too far for a private view!

I've always had a fairly benign view of local councillors - I'm sure that the vast majority put themselves up for election to make life better (as they see it) for their local communities.

Traffic and economic forecasts prepared to justify the building of a new northern bypass across Ipswich do not stack up according to a new report prepared for campaigners fighting the proposals.

Former councillor and leading Suffolk Conservative Sarah Stamp has left the party after becoming increasingly disenchanted with its policies over recent months.

I've been writing about Greater Anglia's plans for new Swiss-built trains now for more than three years, ever since Abellio was re-awarded the rail franchise for the region.

The Ipswich "Cornhenge" sculpture has disappeared in time for this weekend's musical extravaganza on the town's Cornhill.

The Ipswich Society has warned that a northern bypass across the town will do little to ease the area's traffic problems - but will cause major environmental damage.

A northern bypass for Ipswich would turn a quiet road through Little Bealings into a dangerous rat-run, local councillors have told MP Dr Dan Poulter.

Ipswich, Colchester and Lowestoft are among 100 towns and cities that could be in line for a £25m boost from the government to help bring them into the 21st century.

A probe has been launched by Greater Anglia and government safety staff to find out how a train travelled through Essex for 23 minutes with a door open.

There is now no place in the Conservative Party for those committed to remaining in the EU, a Suffolk MP has said.

Suffolk Conservative MP Peter Aldous has warned that the expulsion of 21 senior members of the party has sent out the signal that the Tories are no longer a "broad church," welcoming a spectrum of political views.

Trying to find a topical subject for a political column this week has been a total nightmare - no sooner has one issue blown up than the next thing you know it is trumped by something else even more unlikely.

Rail company Greater Anglia has formally launched its new fleet of regional trains with special runs between Lowestoft and Norwich.

Catalogues of the Ed Sheeran: Made In Suffolk exhibition in Christchurch Mansion are being offered on eBay for many times their face value.

Ipswich Town captain Luke Chambers has taken on a new challenge - he's joined the campaign to oppose plans for a new northern bypass.

When four-year-old Andrew McKane starts primary school this week, there's no danger of him not doing his best to keep the classroom tidy!

Cornhenge is no more! The unloved Four Gateways sculpture has been reduced to just four holes in the ground - and they will soon be filled in.

A major new landmark has opened at Trimley St Mary to mark the end of work to upgrade the railway track to Britain's busiest container port.

MPs have returned to Parliament for what looks like the most crucial week in the Brexit process - a week which could end with the start of a general election campaign.

The first elements of Ipswich Cornhill's controversial "Four Gateways" statue have been removed as workers prepare to clear the area outside the former Grimwades store.

The departure of Superdrug from Carr Street in Ipswich is the just the latest departure from a shopping area that has seen business fall significantly over the last decade.

Engineers from Network Rail have replaced almost a mile of track in the entrance to London's Liverpool Street Station over the last six weekends.

Protests against the Prime Minister's attempt to shut down Parliament before launching a new Queen's Speech are growing across Suffolk - with protests around the county.

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