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A man was airlifted to hospital with life-threatening injuries after a collision with a lorry on the A14 near Bury St Edmunds.
A guest has been found dead in a hotel room in Stoke by Nayland, with firefighters called to the incident.
A cook-off took place in Bury St Edmunds this week as part of the Eat Suffolk Food and Drink Awards 2019.
Win chocolate prizes as you search for bunny paw prints, dinosaur and hen eggs in the county this April.
A family are pleading for better road safety measures after a bus crashed into their home in Henley - the third time it has been struck by a vehicle in the last three years.
The former Ipswich Co-operative Society head office Carr Street is being transformed to create 33 new town centre homes over what was the landmark department store.
A former police chief inspector, who spearheaded a national crime crackdown, has blamed rising levels of metal theft on changing enforcement priorities.
David McGoldrick has revealed he was open to staying with Ipswich Town last summer before former Blues boss Paul Hurst ‘said no’.
Ipswich Town have taken up the option to extend left-back Myles Kenlock’s contract by a further 12 months.
The international break means there’s no Ipswich Town game this weekend – but several Blues stars will be in action for their countries. Mark Heath tells you who, where and when.
The first images of a statue that will be erected in memory of Kevin Beattie, Ipswich Town’s greatest ever player, can be revealed today.
Ipswich Town now need to win every one of their remaining eight games to have a hope of staying in the Championship.
Ipswich Town are showing a strong interest in Tranmere’s 27-goal striker James Norwood, we understand.
Remember when cars seemed to be part of the family, and even had nicknames? Here are memories from around the area of the vehicles our mums, dads and grandparents drove when we were young.
Milo the blue Ford KA was a loyal companion from start to finish for photographer Rachel Edge, as she reveals in the latest in our My First Car series.
Laurence Price’s metallic blue 1968 Ford Anglia 105E had a habit of reverting to battleship grey but some of their adventures had an added sense of danger.
Legendary folk-rockers Steeleye Span are bringing a musical birthday party to the Ipswich Regent next month as they celebrate their 50th anniversary together.
A Smurf, a rocker and others in fancy dress were tearing up the dance floor in Ipswich’s Yates this weekend.
Legendary funk and soul band The Brand New Heavies will be bringing their unique mix of jazz, funk and soul to The Apex in Bury St Edmunds next month.
Comedian and rising star Sofie Hagen will bring her hit Edinburgh show Bubblewrap to Colchester Arts Centre in May.
Prize-winning novellist and author of the Whitbread-shortlisted novel and Oscar-nominated film, ‘Chocolat’, Joanne Harris will be introducing her latest book ‘The Strawberry Thief’ at Woodbridge Library on Friday April 5.
There was disappointment for The Voice singer Connie Lamb, from Woodbridge, as she missed out on a place in the semi-final.
Suffolk UFC star Arnold Allen will be the best featherweight fighter on the planet.
Suffolk Veteran Ladies Golf Association held their spring meeting at Seckford which involved nine holes of Greensomes Stableford followed by lunch for 119 members.
Henrietta Cranfield overcame a scary moment at the fourth last fence to register her first ever riding victory, in the Novice Rider’s race at High Easter.
A new season of speedway and all the Ipswich Witches get round the table to discuss the year ahead
Suffolk’s junior boys had a sensational day at the English Schools Cross Country Championships.Carl Marston reports on a historic result
Chris Harris says there is no reason why Ipswich Witches can’t make the Premiership play-offs this season.
Today saw the Ipswich Witches press and practice day with the new season at Foxhall just over a week away. MIKE BACON went to see what was happening.
Spring equinox falls on Thursday, with a full supermoon making an appearance...our columnist reveals more about the phenomenon.
Do little children really need their grandma to offer them advice for a lifetime - or would they rather she gave them an ice-cream?
When I was studying for my history A level in the mid-1970s, one of our textbooks for the course was “Europe in the Age of Uncertainty” covering the years 1750-1870.
They say two heads are better than one but what do you do when even two heads are no good? Google, of course.
Let me make it clear from the start that I would love it if there was an Ipswich northern bypass. It would make my journeys from my home in north west of the town to the Suffolk coast much easier.
What should we do? Put away the winter clothes and dig out the flip flops or ignore the weather and stick with the thermals?
This year’s local council elections in Suffolk are just over a couple of months away – and I’m starting think they could be much more interesting than I had expected just a few weeks ago.
Former pupils of a Suffolk primary school are delighted after they got to build a £2.2m classroom facility for it.
MPs are warning music lovers not to use ticketing site Viagogo until it “fully complies with consumer law”.
Stationery company Office Outlet, which has branches in Ipswich, Colchester, and Chelmsford, has gone into administration putting 1,200 jobs at risk across the country.
Residential director with East Anglian property company Savills, Mark Oliver, offers advice drawn from his years in business.
A Suffolk software entrepreneur is being sued for more than £3.3bn by US computer giant Hewlett-Packard (HP).
Anglian Water is searching for the next generation of young engineers who are looking for a chance to earn and learn, whilst gaining a qualification.
Firms are being urged to get their entries in as the deadline approaches for this year’s Suffolk Business Awards.