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Motorists have been warned of possible disruption on the A14 tonight by slow-moving lorries protesting over Brexit.

A new Ipswich art exhibition throws an artistic spotlight on the growing trend of adopting a plant based lifestyle.

The closure of the Orwell Bridge has caused traffic misery for many in Ipswich today.

Commuters trying to get to work in Ipswich have expressed their misery about today’s closure of the Orwell Bridge.

British summer time is just around the corner because the clocks are due to go forward later this month.

A heartwarming initiative started by a children’s music group has seen youngsters singing and playing music in care homes – bringing happiness to residents.

Young people have been trying yoga inspired by an unlikely subject – a world-famous sculpture currently on display in Christchurch Mansion.

It’s been a bleak year for the High Street, with stores closing and warnings issued by retailers. But today we ask – how are your shopping habits changing, and what influences them?

The great women of Ipswich have been celebrated during a special tour to mark International Women’s Day.

The Elmer-fest coming to Ipswich this summer has just got bigger - after it was revealed the stage version of the popular children’s story will be shown at the town’s Regent Theatre.

Children from a nursery in Felixstowe Road, Ipswich have proved you are never too young to develop a love of reading by bringing their favourite stories to life for World Book Day.

The town museum’s most famous resident got a much needed spruce up thanks to a young schoolboy from Ipswich.

There were plenty of smiles on the faces of shoppers at a Suffolk Tesco at the weekend, thanks to a talented flash mob arranged by the charity Project 21.

Mums from Ipswich have spoken of their shock over disturbing YouTube pop ups that show a sinister doll-like figure telling unsuspecting children how they can harm themselves and others.

First Responders and community members in Colchester are “massively unhappy” after a car was left blocking access to a defibrillator for more than a week.

The Ipswich Town manager Paul Lambert has sparked a debate on social media after being sent to the stands during Ipswich Town’s derby day clash with rivals Norwich City.

Optimistic Ipswich Town fans have braved the rain to head to Carrow Road, ready to watch their beloved team take on their local rivals Norwich.

A family from Stanningfield near Bury St Edmunds have spoken out about the dangers of kissing newborn babies on the lips after their daughter contracted neonatal herpes and suffered permanent damage.

Excitement is building for Suffolk Pride as details of a parade along Ipswich Waterfront begin to emerge.

Sitting alongside Martin Luther King and Emily Bronte in assembly at one Ipswich school this morning was a want-to-be paediatric consultant, an aspiring midwife and a handful of Olympic hopefuls.

An Ipswich hospice has revealed it is expecting patient demand to double over the next years - meaning they need to raise as much money as possible from this summer’s Elmer’s Big Parade - Suffolk.

Mystery piles of naan bread dumped on The Strand in Wherstead has prompted an Ipswich man to speak out about litter in the area.

An Ipswich man made a worrying discovery when he came across hundreds of dead crabs as he took a lunchtime stroll along the banks of the River Orwell.

From classic books adapted into plays, to modern takes on fairy tales, there’s so many child friendly theatre shows on offer across Suffolk and north Essex this season.

A touring gin festival which is stopping off in Ipswich this spring will offer everything from Palma Violet gin to a rhubarb and custard-flavoured option.

Do you remember when Freddos cost just 10p? Well this week is your chance to step back in time thanks to Tesco.

The owner of the Beautiful Bodies Retreat in Ipswich has confirmed it will close this Monday (January 21).

Fed-up neighbours in Ravenswood have been on the receiving end of an unusual version of knock-down ginger - with nuisance thieves ringing their bells before making off with them.

A new ‘Giving Hub’ based at a café on Ipswich Waterfront has seen lots of grateful visitors on its first weekend, including members of the homeless community.

A school boy from Ipswich is delighted after his fundraising sweet stall for the town museum’s famous woolly mammoth was a roaring success.

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