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Yesterday, 15:27

The fiance of a mother-of-seven who died suddenly aged 44 has paid tribute to “the most beautiful person“ he knew.

The Suffolk comedian is selling off unusual items donated by celebrity friends including Ant and Dec, Ralph Fiennes and Tom Hollander.

Yesterday, 12:43

An Ipswich family-run restaurant will offer free lunches to schoolchildren during half-term – after branding the Government “appalling” for not extending the free school meals scheme into holidays.

Yesterday, 20:29

A public health chief has called for people over 60 to get flu-jabs because “Covid and flu at the same time is not something we want to see”.

Yesterday, 19:03

A “very kind and caring man” was found dead after firefighters tackled an intense vehicle fire, an inquest has heard.

Yesterday, 19:00

The jury in the trial of four people accused of murdering a 22-year-old old man whose body was found in the River Gipping in Ipswich have been shown CCTV of the last confirmed sighting of him.

Yesterday, 18:45

Police are appealing for witnesses after a group of youths attempted to rob a 14-year-old boy in Ipswich town centre.

Yesterday, 18:01

Greater Anglia paid out more than £4.7m to passengers whose trains were late or cancelled under their Delay Repay scheme during the financial year 2019/20.

Yesterday, 18:00

Do you remember joining in with pumpkin carving, apple bobbing and other Halloween fun and games?

Yesterday, 17:46

Bosses have welcomed the Chancellor’s new measures to support hospitality businesses in Essex and other Tier 2 areas – calling them “a very significant improvement”.

Yesterday, 17:03

Three people dressed in dark clothing have been caught on CCTV trying to break into an Ipswich cannabis lounge using a brick.

Yesterday, 16:30

An Ipswich mum who went on First Dates to find love is still determined to find her dream man, despite not finding ‘the one’ on Channel 4’s hit show.

Yesterday, 16:29

Police investigating reports that two men approached people along Felixstowe promenade demanding cash are appealing for a man and a woman to come forward.

Yesterday, 16:25

Councils from across Suffolk are to get more than £6m from the government’s latest tranche of funding to help them deal with the Covid pandemic – but one leader has called for a change in the way funds are distributed.

Yesterday, 05:30

Ed Sheeran’s handwritten lyrics to his global hit Perfect will be among more than 200 exclusive and unique lots auctioned to raise funds for two Suffolk good causes.

Yesterday, 15:40

Mobile phone giant O2 is preparing to launch its 5G network in Ipswich along with other large towns in the East of England.

Yesterday, 15:01

Police have completed searches of a Woodbridge property as part of an investigation into alleged firearms offences.

Yesterday, 12:45

A man has been arrested in connection with an allegation of exposure at the seaside.

Yesterday, 11:34

The Crown Prosecution Service says it will “carefully consider” any further material received from Essex Police in relation to the Simon Dobbin case.

Yesterday, 11:31

The auction lots for the Ed Sheeran: Made in Suffolk Legacy Auction include donations from stars across the world – and include everything from Ed’s childhood Lego, to tickets for the GRAMMY Awards. Here are some of the unique offerings.

Yesterday, 11:30

An ice cream maker based on a traditional Suffolk family smallholding has scooped a top taste accolade.

Yesterday, 11:30

Volunteers hoping to reinstate a section of the towpath along the River Gipping are hoping to reinstate a bridge that was removed half a century ago by the end of the winter.

Yesterday, 10:43

The road outside the Brickmakers Arms pub in Ipswich has been reopened after a crash between a van and a car.

Yesterday, 10:11

Six of Suffolk’s seven Conservative MPs voted against an opposition motion that would have continued to offer free meals to children during school holidays until next year.

Wed, 22:01

Another 130 students at one of Ipswich’s largest high schools are now self-isolating after five Copleston High students tested positive for Covid-19 since the weekend.

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