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Kings of Anglia Issue 9 Magazine Offer

Watch Hurst on Exeter, Villa, Dozzell and his Ipswich Town rebuilding project

PUBLISHED: 11:00 16 August 2018 | UPDATED: 14:12 16 August 2018

Paul Hurst will speak to the media this afternoon.    Picture: Steve Waller

Paul Hurst will speak to the media this afternoon. Picture: Steve Waller

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Ipswich Town manager Paul Hurst spoke to the media this lunchtime ahead of Saturday’s game with Aston Villa.

The Blues head into the game on the back of Tuesday night’s Carabao Cup defeat by Exeter City on Tuesday night, without a win since the new Blues boss took charge.

They now face an Aston Villa side among the favourites for promotion to the Premier League this season, who have won all three of their games so far this season.

Hurst was critical of his players following Tuesday’s loss, insiting he would be telling them a few home truths.

You can watch Hurst’s press conference live with us from 1.30pm, while you can also following via our live text feed.

It is a new concept in dental care and it is being introduced at Suffolk dental surgeries.

Two Kesgrave High School students have been accepted onto a prestigious national engineering scholarship after taking part in a rigorous application process.

They were a mainstay of 1950s and 60s Britain who, in the days before 24-hour convenience stores and online shopping, provided an unrivalled doorstep service.

More people have been seriously hurt on Suffolk roads over the last 12 months 
than in each of the five previous years, according to government figures.

The Citizens Advice network in Suffolk says it is “dismayed” by council proposals to end its funding support across the county.

Millennials face an ‘impossible task’ buying a first house first home in Ipswich, with the average starter home in the town costing £60,000 more than the national average.

We rewind the clock on London Stansted Airport this week as we take a look at the UK’s fourth busiest airport back in the 1940s and 50s, when it was a base to the US Air Force.

A programme to turn around Suffolk’s special education needs (SEN) has been outlined – with an “innovative” pilot set to spearhead the measures.

A five-year-old boy from Shotley Gate has raised over £1,000 by putting on his running shoes for Children in Need.

Firefighters now believe a blaze above a high street shop in Ipswich was started deliberately.

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