It’s been another disappointing weekend for Ipswich town fans as their loss sees them stay at the bottom of the table. But shake off the blues because there is lots of other things to celebrate in Suffolk in 2019 – here are our top picks.
Ipswich Town remain seven points adrift of safety at the foot of the Championship table following yesterday’s 2-0 defeat at Blackburn Rovers. Chief football writer STUART WATSON has his final say of the weekend.
With its peeling paintwork and clunky suspension, Ella Wilkinson’s battered Mazda 3 was not a picture of health but she loved it all the more for that but had to resort to a hammer when she locked herself out!
The Truth Is Out There. That was the maxim for the hit TV series The X-Files, the investigation into strange, mysterious lights in the sky, reports of alien contact on earth and other unexplained phenomena.
He has finally been crowned king of the ballroom and now Strictly Come Dancing star Kevin Clifton tells Jessica Long why he is returning to a theatre tour which holds professional and personal memories.
Baby, It’s Cold Outside – but if you’re a musician dreaming of becoming the next Ed Sheeran, then you could be thinking Here Comes Summer as applications for this year’s Ipswich Music Day on July 7 open next week.
Stuart Boardley’s Leiston travel to Rushall Olympic tomorrow afternoon as they make the trip to Walsall to face Rushall Olympic in the Evo-Stik Southern Premier Central Division (kick off 3 o’clock), writes Craig Cooper.
January 21 is designated Blue Monday. Christmas is over, the credit card bills are in, the weather’s rubbish and you don’t get paid until the last day of the month. Here are some tips to get through it.
After Sir Andy Murray’s emotional press conference when he announced he would be retiring from tennis, TalkSport presenter and former Ipswich player Alan Brazil had a bit to say about the sportsman’s tears.
Those who over-indulged throughout the festive period may consider working at insurance broker iGO4, which has claim to being Colchester’s healthiest place to work after being named Workplace of the Year by charity Living Sport.