Gallery: The pictures behind the headlines
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IN our weekly feature, we look back at the photos that made the headlines.
Micheal Andre accepted a card from Bethany Woods, 11, on behalf of his brother Peter Andre who had donated a calendar to the East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices Treehouse centre in Ipswich.
While Greater Anglia’s Crystal Hawkins and Andew Goodrum presents Melissa Collett, a fundraiser with EACH, with a cheque for £1,181 at Ipswich train station
Pupils at an Ipswich independent school have found an unusual way of recycling their old plastic bottles by making them into a greenhouse.
Tony Doncaster, a popular vet who dedicated his life to caring for animals was commemorated in a well-attended retirement party.
Meanwhile, youngsters are being invited to take part in Live Well Suffolk’s Smoke Storm Oscars 2013 where budding film makers while the Ipswich Cardinals visited Ormiston Academies Trust.
Ipswich’s Scout and Guide Gang Show was performed to sell-out audiences at the town’s Corn Exchange.
- 1 Woman injured after car flips on its roof near Ipswich
- 2 Suffolk fish and chip van to feature on Escape to the Country
- 3 Richest people in East Anglia revealed on Sunday Times Rich List
- 4 WATCH: Adorable family of foxes enjoy play time at an Ipswich doorstep
- 5 'We are both in love' - Ed Sheeran announces birth of second daughter
- 6 Parking woes for shop parade hit by 'continous roadworks'
- 7 Developer criticised for 'failing to meet obligations'
- 8 Driver taken to hospital after car crashes into parked vehicle
- 9 Suffolk campsite named among the best in the UK by the Guardian
- 10 'You have broken us!' - New cafe at Suffolk beauty spot on huge demand
And in Felixstowe, Fairtrade Fortnight in Felixstowe got off to a great start.