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A mum of three has spoken of her panic after she spotted discarded needles on a path in Landseer Road, on a route often taken by children heading to and from school.

Ipswich Borough Council

If you are walking through Ipswich town centre this evening take a moment to stop and have a look at the beautiful remembrance light display on the Cornhill.

Ipswich Borough Council

Following on from the huge success of the Ed Sheeran concerts last weekend the star has encouraged his fans to head to the Made in Suffolk exhibition in Christchurch Mansion.

Ed Sheeran

Families in Suffolk and Essex are experiencing a mini Bank Holiday heatwave at the moment and the good news is temperatures are set to remain high today.

Ipswich Borough Council

There are fears families in Ipswich could be forced to endure a sleepless summer despite Anglian Water assuring them they are seeking a solution to a disturbing 'humming' sound which has plagued them for years.

Anglian Water

From the Aqua Park at Alton Water, to diving in to an outdoor swimming pool near the coast, we've rounded up six of the best places to visit in Suffolk if you need to keep cool this summer.

Ipswich Central

It has been driving people in Ipswich up the wall - so just what is that "hideous" humming noise stopping people from getting to sleep?

Ipswich Borough Council

Ipswich Borough Council is offering young entrepreneurs the opportunity to take on a market stall in the town centre.

Ipswich Borough Council

This weekend you have the chance to join in with the "fantastic spectacle" of the Holi celebrations in Holywells Park, Ipswich.

Ipswich Borough Council

Residents are being urged to register to vote so they can have their say in a crucial set of upcoming Suffolk elections.

European Union

An enforcement notice has been served on a Suffolk council which failed to tidy up its litter-riddled land - despite weeks of warnings by the neighbouring authority.

Suffolk County Council

Brain injury patients are set to be offered their own 'home from home' after plans were revealed for a new 24-bed residential unit at Ravenswood.

Ipswich Borough Council

A former Suffolk vicar now living in Christchurch has spoken of the shock that has enveloped the city after 50 Muslim worshippers were gunned down in their mosques.

Ipswich Hospital

A team of specialist officers from Suffolk Constabulary searched various areas of the town for weapons on Thursday, March 14 as part of a nationwide operation.

Tim Passmore

Ipswich Borough Council are urging members of the public to take extra care today when they are in open spaces.

Ipswich Borough Council

Our arts editor finds out more about this brand new event on the town's Waterfront

Andrew Clarke

The seemingly never-ending reports of knife crime taking place across the country are deeply worrying.

David Ellesmere

The Elmer-fest coming to Ipswich this summer has just got bigger - after it was revealed the stage version of the popular children's story will be shown at the town's Regent Theatre.

Ipswich Borough Council

A former Ipswich pub which was once a mainstay of the town's nightlife will now serve the Kurdish community, after plans for a new lease of life were approved.

Ipswich Borough Council

The Harris Business Park in Ipswich has been sold and will be developed by its new owners, investing £30m in the town and creating 80 jobs.

David Ellesmere

The town museum's most famous resident got a much needed spruce up thanks to a young schoolboy from Ipswich.

Ipswich Borough Council

A Suffolk couple fear they are living in a real-life horror movie after hearing "demonic" nursery rhymes playing out in the middle of night.

Ipswich Borough Council

More than 20 "amazing" sponsors are getting behind a key Suffolk business exhibition which returns to Trinity Park, Ipswich, on May 15.

Suffolk County Council

Hundreds of small businesses in Ipswich are set to benefit from a reduced rates bill this year, in a boost for the hard-pressed town centre and neighbourhood shopping too.

Terry Hunt

A striking poster campaign has been launched in Ipswich to spread awareness of modern slavery and human trafficking.

Tim Passmore

Work has begun on site at the former Tooks Bakery land where 60 new homes and a GP 'super-surgery' are to be built.

NHS

More than 250 people have already showed interest in getting trained in CPR through our 'Learn to be a Lifesaver' campaign.

Ipswich Borough Council

Five replicator machines, used to copy CDs and DVDs and once worth hundreds of thousands of pounds, have been provisionally sold for an undisclosed sum.

Ipswich Borough Council

Two smokers have been fined a total of £440 after being spotted dropping cigarette butts on the streets of Ipswich.

Ipswich Borough Council

Ipswich Borough Council is hoping the Jewson builders' merchants site in Greyfriars Road will be developed for important town centre homes.

David Ellesmere

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