Suffolk police launched a controversial new scheme in 2017 to recruit and train detectives without the requirement of having two years' experience of working as beat officers in uniform. A new crop of 16 recruits have now started their training and Michael Steward visited police headquarters to find out more.
The League One promotion race is beginning to hot up with 11 teams all looking to still be in the mix as we head for the final run-un. STUART WATSON takes a look at the contenders' recent form, fixtures ahead and what each manager has been saying.
Football writer Carl Marston has visited 121 Football League grounds, many of them reporting on Ipswich Town. Here he spotlights Oxford United's Kassam Stadium, ahead of Oxford's visit to Portman Road this weekend.
Town bounced back from Sunday's heavy FA Cup exit in the best possible way as they claimed a third East Anglian derby triumph of the season with a 10-0 victory over rivals Norwich City at Plantation Park.
The release of Parasite in cinemas this weekend has opened the eyes to mainstream cinemagoers to the joys of world cinema. Here are some critically acclaimed movies which provide audiences with easy access to foreign language films
Superheroes, Star Wars droids, Dr Who's Tardis, lightsabre training and Harry Potter wand workshops are just some of the attractions at Capcon, a new Cosplay and movie prop convention being staged at Trinity Park.
The Bury Festival celebrates its 35th anniversary this year. They have come up with a vibrant programme of star names and first-class talent as well as a mini festival-within-a-festival to ensure that the programme delivers something for everyone
In this week's column, Nino Severino talks about the launch of his new Sports Skills 4 Business programme, and how he drew on the words of sporting greats Pep Guardiola and Usain Bolt to kick things off.
Anyone who was at last week's budget meeting of Suffolk County Council (or who has seen any of it on the authority's webcast) will have seen that things are getting a bit tetchy among some of the members of the ruling Conservative group.
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.