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Ipswich Town Insights – The BIG Blues podcast (Episode 6)

Mick McCarthy urges his players on at Loftus RoadPicture Pagepix

Mick McCarthy urges his players on at Loftus RoadPicture Pagepix

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Ipswich Town will spend this week preparing for the visit of Championship strugglers, Bolton Wanderers, on Saturday.

After the weekend’s results, which saw Town slip to fourth after a 2-1 defeat at QPR, Bolton sat at the foot of the table, courtesy of a 3-0 home defeat to Middlesbrough.

One of a few positives to come out of Ipswich’s game at Loftus Road, was the late cameo from Bersant Celina, and surely now, is the time for him to start a game for the Blues.

Celina, fellow summer signing Tom Adeyemi and Town’s inability to sign a centre-back before the transfer window closed, are just three of the issues discussed in this week’s podcast, presented by Chris Brammer who, as always, is joined by Archant Chief Football Writer, Stuart Watson.

The independent body responsible for triple murderer David McGreavy’s release has insisted it will never free dangerous criminals until it is “convinced” it is safe to do so.

One dog at a Suffolk RSPCA centre is facing a second Christmas without a “forever home”.

The Shotley peninsula community is at its best when it’s working together, says this week’s community hero Rosemary Diplock.

The number of people visiting Ipswich Cornhill has increased significantly since refurbishment work finished at the start of November, according to new measuring devices in the town centre.

New data has revealed a number of major faults at abattoirs and cutting plants across the county – highlighting serious issues with contamination, food safety and animal suffering.

After she lost her parents 30 years ago, Val Mann was faced with the pain of living with loneliness and depression.

Suffolk police have thanked the public for their help in locating a missing woman in a rural village.

From subtle Santa hats to tricky gingerbread men Ipswich nail technician Chelsea Scarlett has done them all.

Find out how long criminals of East Anglia will spend behind bars with our jailed round-up.

A group of Beavers based in Mendlesham have welcomed two new leaders after launching a desperate appeal to save their colony.

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