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Highlights: Relive the highs, the lows, the dramatic moments and relief of Ipswich Town’s first win

PUBLISHED: 12:40 07 October 2018 | UPDATED: 12:40 07 October 2018

Freddie Sears celebrates at Swansea City Picture Pagepix

Freddie Sears celebrates at Swansea City Picture Pagepix

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Match highlights of Ipswich Town’s first win of the season at Swansea this weekend.

The Blues won 3-2 at the Liberty Stadium with Trevoh Chalobah popping up with a headed winner from a Grant Ward corner with six minutes remaining.

That didn’t look probably after less than 10 minutes after Janoi Donacien had deflected a cross into his own net, but Gwion Edwards and a Mike van der Hoorn own goal had put the visitors level at the break.

Bersant Celina dragged Swansea level with a superbly taken goal against his old club before Chalobah sent the home crowd wild..

You can watch full highlights here.

A pigeon cull on Ipswich Waterfront has been suspended following plans from protestors to “disrupt” the event.

Restoring a village pub that was once John Peel’s favourite watering hole has been a labour of love for two families in Rattlesden, who couldn’t bear to see their local pub falling into a state of disrepair.

Schoolchildren joined a poignant suffragette march through Ipswich to mark the 100th anniversary of women getting the vote.

This was the moment a miraculous double rainbow appeared over an Ipswich school.

The Ipswich-based Volvo retailer, Donalds Garage has celebrated the opening of their new multi-million-pound showroom at Futura Park.

Looking for bargain toys in the run-up to Christmas? If so, there’s still just time to take advantage of Argos three for two toy sale - while Smyths has unveiled early Black Friday offers.

Serious safety incidents led to 35 deaths at the region’s mental health trust over a six month period, figures have revealed.

Ipswich is expected to have one of the fastest-growing city economies in the UK in the three months following the scheduled date for leaving the EU, according to a new report.

A road in a coastal town centre has been shut at short notice for emergency repairs.

Suffolk last week took a step nearer to taking charge of enforcing parking along streets, writes Mary Evans, Suffolk County Council’s deputy leader and cabinet member for highways, transport and rural affairs.

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