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A girl has been reported missing after last being seen in Ipswich town centre and her family are concerned for her welfare.
Ipswich Town’s East Anglian rivals Norwich City were relegated from the Premier League today after they were thrashed 4-0 by West Ham at Carrow Road.
Babies born during the coronavirus pandemic continue to bring light to so many families at a time of uncertainty – here are some of the faces of Suffolk’s newest arrivals in our latest lockdown feature.
Ipswich council is working with the town centre’s business organisation to give new traders the chance to run market stalls to see if they can make a success of their business.
Good progress is being made to demolish one of the largest buildings in the area – with the work set to feature in a TV documentary.
A young girl from Ipswich has bravely decided to cut off her hair for The Little Princess Trust after her aunt was diagnosed with brain cancer and lost her hair during chemotherapy treatment.
Television presenter and Suffolk resident Bill Turnbull has revealed the “very encouraging” results of his third different treatment for cancer.
Cycling is currently very much in the spotlight, with more of us being urged to get on our bikes for the sake of both fitness and the environment.
Police are appealing for help to trace a missing 17-year-old girl from Ipswich.
Two fire crews are dealing with a car blaze on the busy A12 just south of Ipswich.
When historians look back at how people in 2020 coped with the Covid-19 pandemic, Philip King’s striking gallery of people on their daily exercise in Ipswich in Ipswich may just provide an answer.
Budding astronomers have spotted a comet blazing through the night sky above Suffolk – did you see Comet Neowise?
The Covid-19 crisis has put huge pressure on businesses across Suffolk, so much so that many are having to make difficult decisions about redundancies. But what happens if you find yourself at risk?
Suffolk’s weather is taking a turn for the better at last – with temperatures set to be on the rise again.
The Red House - a “very special Grade II listed family home” near Woodbridge, has come on the market and could be yours for £1.5m.
It’s now 35 years since Live Aid took the world stage on July 13, 1985, but the memories are still vivid.
Five people have been sentenced to time in prison over the last seven days – including a former Ipswich man who was jailed for life for murder after a victim of an assault died three years later.
Dates for the reopening of swimming pools in Suffolk are still under wraps after leisure centres were told they could welcome members back from July 25.
A teenage girl has been arrested on suspicion of assaulting an emergency worker after a police officer was punched in the face during a disturbance.
The Coast to Coast restaurant in The Buttermarket Shopping Centre has confirmed it will be closing permanently due to the devastating impact of coronavirus.
A 39-year-old man who pleaded guilty to 20 sex offences involving young children has been told by a judge it is “inevitable” he will go to prison.
More electric vehicle charging points and increased tree planting are among the green measures two Suffolk councils have agreed to pursue as part of a pledge to become carbon neutral in a decade.
On and off the football pitch one Suffolk woman is making waves in her community.
An action plan to tackle food poverty in Suffolk is to be published before the end of next year as part of a pledge to help families struggling to make ends meet.
Summer theatre is an important part of Suffolk’s cultural offering but this year was always going to be a challenge. However, technology has come to the rescue