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This Sunday the Cornhill played host to the first ever Ipswich farmers' market - hailing a new dawn for the revamped public space.
Gamers had a literal blast from the past in Ipswich town centre when they were transported back to the 1990s.
Today eagle-eyed sale shoppers in Ipswich town centre may have spotted some blue scribbles on the new Cornhill monument.
Ipswich town centre bosses have welcomed news that former Marks & Spencer chairman Lord Stuart Rose has reportedly praised the Cornhill's new look.
It has been a controversial year for the revamped Cornhill but tonight a special gathering celebrated the new monument, otherwise known as 'Cornhenge'.
From traditional Christmas trees to the controversial blue bauble creation, Ipswich town centre has seen it all. Here we take a look back at how the Cornhill has been lit up over the years.
November 1984 is the focus of today's Throwback Thursday feature and here we look at a dance festival, the action from Portman Road and the annual Christmas lights switch on.
The Four Gateways artwork on the Ipswich Cornhill has certainly provoked a strong reaction on social media since it was revealed to the world at the end of last week.
After a successful four years in Colchester, the Three Wise Monkeys have today opened its doors in Ipswich with four floors of great food and live music.
Weekend shoppers and Ipswich traders were keen to see the town's new Cornhill after it was finally reopened after nine months' work to redesign the heart of the town centre.
Watch the brand new fountains light up Ipswich Cornhill after it finally reopened today following nine months' work to redesign the heart of the town centre.
Chancellor Philip Hammond had a bit to say on the state of our town and city centres this week as he announced his budget.
The new multi-million pound Ipswich Cornhill is not expected to be unveiled until the weekend - after there was a delay in final street furniture reaching the town.
Ipswich Cornhill is set to open to the public by the end of this week following a £3.56 million restoration.
The major redevelopment of the Cornhill is set to be completed this week and construction teams have been working throughout the weekend to put the final touches in place.
Some car parking charges in Ipswich town centre are set to go up on Monday - but special offers are being extended to try to attract more shoppers over the Christmas period.
Photographs of familiar locations, as they were in the past, fascinate most people, writes David Kindred.