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12 minutes ago

Yates in Ipswich was packed on Saturday night with those making the most of their weekend.

34 minutes ago

New tenants are being sought for The Golden Lion Hotel bar and restaurant, next to the Cornhill in the heart of Ipswich.

Ipswich Borough Council is hoping the Jewson builders’ merchants site in Greyfriars Road will be developed for important town centre homes.


Updated information has been issued about roadworks in Ipswich which are due to start on Tuesday, February 19.


Hundreds of jobs are up for grabs this week as an employment fair comes to Ipswich.


Labour activists in Suffolk and Essex have reacted with sadness to the departure of seven moderate MPs who have left their party – but insist there should not be widespread defections among the grassroots.

Police are “increasingly concerned for the welfare” of a missing woman from north Norfolk who was last seen on Valentine’s Day.


Suffolk’s police chief says it was an emotional moment speaking at his final passing out parade before retirement - as he shared memories of his own graduation day almost 30 years ago.


A donation of the materials and manpower to build a plinth where the statue of Kevin Beattie will stand has given ‘The Beat Goes On’ fundraising campaign a huge boost.

There are just 100 days to go until the county’s biggest annual two-day spectacular – with Suffolk superheroes set to make an appearance.

Yesterday, 17:06

The grandchildren of a woman who died just days before Christmas are fulfilling her last wish by selling her massive collection of designer clothing through a pop-up shop in Ipswich.

40 minutes ago

Claydon Football Club is to get new ground maintenance equipment thanks to grants totalling nearly £30,000.


Council tax refunds could well be scams warns Colchester Borough Council as fake calls and emails are on the rise.


Highways England has announced planned overnight roadworks and improvement works in Suffolk and north Essex for this week.

Spirit fans are in for a treat as the UK’s largest gin and rum festival is set to stop off for two days in Ipswich.

The recent history of an Ipswich church is to come to life thanks to funding from the National Lottery.


Spring is just around the corner in Suffolk and Essex as East Anglia prepares for less frost and warmer weather - signalled by the first snowdrops of the year.

Rail user groups in Suffolk and Essex are welcoming proposed changes to ticket prices which could see split ticketing become a thing of the past in favour of less complicated fares.


There are already many events in the pipeline to raise funds for this campaign. Here are just a few:

Yesterday, 19:00

Medical first responder Dr Jeremy Mauger sees the vital importance of CPR every week - and is urging people to learn for free through our new Learn to be a Lifesaver campaign.

Yesterday, 16:17

Councillors have expressed sympathy with the family and friends of a man who was found dead on Pakefield beach.

Yesterday, 16:05

A Suffolk project to help young people get back into employment, education or training held a celebration of its work.

The Duke of York pub in Woodbridge is to celebrate its major refurbishment with a menu taster event.

Yesterday, 13:10

A woman in her 80s had her bank card stolen while being treated on a cancer ward in hospital.

Yesterday, 11:21

The first big play structure to be built at BeWilderwood in five years has opened just in time for the half-term break.

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