It is the moment that Frozen fans across Ipswich have been waiting for, this weekend Elsa and Anna will return to cinema screens in the much anticipated Disney sequel Frozen II .
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.
A brand new soft play centre is opening inside Clip 'n Climb on Ransomes Europark next week - and mums and dads who take their children along will be able to get a free Paddy and Scott's coffee.
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.
Organised by Ipswich Round Table, the annual Rudolph Run is a festive highlight for families in the town, as children wrap up warm and head out on to the streets of Ipswich to see Father Christmas.
Don't miss out, today is the day that pictures of reception classes across the town will appear in the Ipswich Star - for all proud mums, dads and grandparents to buy.
Tomorrow school children from reception classes across Ipswich will appear in our annual first class photo supplement.
Last night children descended on Chantry Library in Ipswich to meet their idol Cinderella.
Drivers in Ipswich were faced with a nightmare this afternoon as they struggled to get out of Crown Street car park in the town centre.
Budding photographers have been highlighting the best bits of Ipswich in their Instagram posts from around the town centre and Waterfront.
Former pupils have been paying tribute to 'in school Nanny' Lolly Hill, a well-loved teaching assistant at Whitton Primary School who died over the weekend.
The family and colleagues of a teaching assistant from Whitton Primary school have been sharing their memories of mother of four Lolly Hill.
Football fans heading to the Falcon in Ipswich town centre have had to look elsewhere for their pre-match pint after the pub was unexpectedly closed.
A 74-year-old man from Ravenswood has emotionally thanked the two men from a car showroom in Ipswich who performed CPR and used a defibrillator to try and restart his heart.
Hotel and pub owners are celebrating after seeing their businesses boosted by the 'Ed effect'.
It has been a scorching weekend in Ipswich and people have been heading to Yates to cool off with a pint of something refreshing.
Next week a pop-up shop will open to the masses of Ed Sheeran fans that will be descending on Ipswich for his concerts in Chantry Park.
The Ipswich parkrun at Chantry Park will not take place this Saturday, August 17 as preparations for the Ed Sheeran concerts continue.
A new photography exhibition in Ipswich town centre has been attracting a lot of attention since it opened this morning.
If you are missing your nightly Love Island fix, you will be able to meet two of the male stars from the hit ITV2 show in Ipswich this summer.
This month there have been some great pictures taken at Isaacs on the Quay - from ladies enjoying hen parties to groups of friends cooling down after the hot weather we have been having.
Most young children wouldn't give the ability to run around freely a moment's thought.
A student from Ipswich, who recently warned women about an "intimidating" experience she had whilst walking along the Waterfront, has backed calls for more protection for bar and nightclub workers in the town.
Suffolk superstar Ed Sheeran has teamed up with his rap heroes Eminem and 50 Cent in a song that mentions Ipswich - where he is set to delight thousands of fans at his Chantry Park concerts in August.
Ed Sheeran has delighted some of his biggest fans after he sent them a down-to-earth video message ahead of his Chantry Park gigs in Ipswich this summer.
Shoppers in Ipswich queued in the Buttermarket shopping centre this morning as they waited to get their first glimpse inside the town's new Superdry store.
A lobby group that champions Ipswich has spoken of their anger after the National Trust left Suffolk's county town off an illustrative map.
Your wedding day is one you will never forget - and that is certainly true for Elmer fans Damian and Nicola McCarthy.
This weekend men from across Suffolk will come together at Copleston High School to put up their hand and show solidarity with those suffering from mental health issues.
Nature lovers discovered a colourful giraffe and a friendly orangutan when they went on safari in Ipswich this weekend.