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As parents and children prepare for a scorching six week summer break from Friday, Ipswich Borough Council has lined up scores of family-friendly events to keep the youngsters entertained.
Ipswich Academy has announced its interim principal will remain at the school as its permanent head with immediate effect.
Top East Anglian acoustic duo Silbury Hill will be performing at the next Ipswich Arts Association lunchtime concert.
A top international pianist is coming to Ipswich for the Chopin in the Park concert which is set to take place in Holywells Park this September.
Music students at Suffolk New College were able to gain some first-hand industry experience at Latitude last weekend – with two students securing work placements.
A woman in her 40s who died after being found critically injured in Felixstowe has been named as Diana Last.
Six fire engines were called to tackle a fire which started in a field in Charsfield, mid Suffolk, this afternoon.
Police are investigating an attempted robbery which happened in Lowestoft.
Emergency services have been called to a collision in Newmarket this afternoon.
An up-and-coming singer/songwriter in Rushmere St Andrew is preparing to release her debut album inspired by the Suffolk landscape on Friday – three years after she nearly gave up music for good.
The mayor of Ipswich is calling on businesses, community groups and friends to come together and field a mixed touch rugby team for a fun tournament.
Youngsters in Kesgrave can learn how to rap, beat-box or do graffiti art with specially organised workshops this summer.
A church which has been rescued from being derelict and transformed into a vibrant heritage and wellbeing centre has won a top award.
An Ipswich solicitors which specialises in immigration has said the proposed Government deal for EU citizens in the UK “falls well short” of the rights they currently have.
Students and staff at Suffolk New College in Ipswich celebrated the end of the year with a glittering red carpet awards evening.
A pedestrian who was involved in a collision with a car on the A14 near Bury St Edmunds in the early hours of this morning has died.
The new-look Oak Meadow play area in Kesgrave has been unveiled following revamp work.
A ceremony to mark the centenary of the Battle of Passchendaele will be held at the cenotaph in Christchurch Park this month.
The former Bears Bowling bar in Ipswich is set to be re-opened as a dedicated pool and snooker club this month.
As the British Grand Prix approaches this weekend, we’ve put together a quiz to put your Formula 1 knowledge to the test.
Ipswich’s hedgehog officer will be hosting a mammal morning at Christchurch Park this month to help families identify some of the common garden creatures.
Kesgrave Town Council has confirmed that the Big Lunch Fun Day will return to the town next June following the success of this year’s event.
A mum and daughter who ran an Ipswich pub for the last five years have hailed the “amazing customers” and “special memories” from their time behind the bar before its closure this month.
Developers for a plot of land in Rushmere St Andrew have withdrawn an application to build 23 homes – but have said an updated proposal is likely to be submitted later this year.
A national recycling scheme backed by Ipswich Borough Council has raised £5,000 for Inspire Suffolk.
A leading pub association has warned that more needs to be done to protect Ipswich’s pubs, after two establishments have closed within the last 11 days.
Police have issued CCTV images of a man they would like to speak to following an alleged sex assault being reported in Ipswich.
Detectives have said they are doing everything they can to find a man who tied up a woman in her own home and threatened her with a knife.
The former Blazin Squad singer, who has become a hit with fans on ITV2 reality show Love Island, is coming to Unit 17 nightclub in Ipswich later this summer.
Firefighters spent more than four hours battling a fire at a sewage works in Ipswich last night and in the early hours of this morning.
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