Would the real Ipswich Town please stand up? Is it the one which was so woeful against Wimbledon, or the team who played Burton off the park? I really wish I knew the answer, writes North Stander Terry Hunt.
Suffolk is a beautiful place to live, so it is not surprising that it has attracted some famous faces and persuaded them to put down roots here. How many celebrities have you seen out and about in Suffolk's towns?
For the first time in more than 50 years the Aldeburgh Festival opens far away from the Suffolk coast, with a special concert in St Edmundsbury Cathedral to mark the 1,000th anniversary of Bury St Edmunds Abbey.
Transport and environmental issues have been all over the news locally and nationally over the last week - and sometimes it's been incredibly difficult to work out the logic behind those who take positions on these issues.
There will be some who think I will be celebrating at the news that the Northern Route across Ipswich is set to be finally killed off by Suffolk County Council next month. I won't. I've always been a classic fence-sitter on the subject.
Malt firm Muntons is in the middle of future-proofing the business with a multi-million pound investment programme in its Stowmarket site - but its boss would like to see a major upgrade of the nearby A14.
Members of the Suffolk Agricultural Association (SAA) gathered at Ipswich's Trinity Park - the home of the show - for their annual general meeting on Tuesday (February 11) to be given good news about last year's performance and the general robust health of their organisation.