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Watch Town boss Hurst discuss injuries, transfers, QPR, Dozzell and winning at home.

PUBLISHED: 13:11 18 October 2018 | UPDATED: 14:39 18 October 2018

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

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

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Ipswich Town manager Paul Hurst spoke to the media this afternoon ahead of Saturday’s game with QPR.

It’s been nearly two weeks since Ipswich Town’s last outing - a 3-2 victory over Swansea which provided Hurst with his first win as Blues boss.

It had been a long time coming, 13 games to be exact, but you could feel the relief in the air once the full time whistle went at the Liberty Stadium.

The Blues remain in the bottom three and now face QPR, themselves in the bottom third in the Championship. in the first of five big matches before the next international break.

Hurst will speak to the media ahead of the game at 1.30pm and you can watch it right here.

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.

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.

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.

Work to complete the final section of the Cornhill revamp in Ipswich has started with the arrival of the first part of the “Four Gateways” artwork which is going up outside Debenhams.

Fares on Ipswich Buses are going up again at the end of November – for the second time in nine months.

People are being warned of rail delays after police attended to an incident involving ‘disruptive passengers’ on a Greater Anglia service.

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