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Five people have died after a knifeman brought terror to the heart of Westminster, mowing down pedestrians then stabbing an unarmed policeman before being shot by armed officers.
An alleged child sex offence is recorded by police almost every four hours in Suffolk and Essex in total, an investigation has revealed.
Are you stuck for what to do to celebrate Mother’s Day this weekend?
Community leaders in Leiston have put together an 18-point wish list of improvements they want EDF Energy to put in place if the Sizewell C nuclear power station is given the go-ahead.
A burglar who was part of a gang that vandalised an Ipswich town centre cafe has been given a suspended prison sentence.
Like the famous green benches of the House of Commons, the police are part of the fabric of Westminster.
Upper Brook Street is one of the oldest streets in Ipswich and over the centuries it has been home to several public houses and inns, writes David Kindred.
With eight games to go, Ipswich Town are still not safe from relegation to League One, following a tough season in the Championship, and lost 3-1 at Cardiff City at the weekend.
Mick McCarthy says his managerial record is the reason for his longevity at Portman Road, not owner Marcus Evans’ perceived patience with his managers.
Ipswich Town will not be backtracking on their decision to raise the price of season tickets, despite a huge outcry from supporters.
Loan duo Dominic Samuel and Jonny Williams made timely injury comebacks last night as a strong Ipswich Town Under-23 side drew 1-1 with Crewe at Portman Road.
Ipswich Town have suffered a double injury blow with the news that forward duo David McGoldrick and Tom Lawrence have had to withdraw from the Republic of Ireland and Wales squads respectively.
Ipswich Town fan and football reporter WILL RIDGARD gives his view on the controversy surrounding the increase in season ticket prices at Portman Road...
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PEP&CO - Britain’s fast-growing fashion brand, has confirmed it will open its 87th store as a ‘shop-in-shop’, in Ipswich on Friday March 31.
Do you know what MFW stands for? How about AMC? And could you tell which was financial and which was popular?
Almost half of financial services workers are now covered by a government plan to tackle gender inequality.
Suffolk wedding venue operator All Manor of Events has been named among the winners in the annual awards run by the Guides for Brides directory.
More than 60 delegates took the chance to help shape Suffolk’s response to the Goverment’s proposed industrial stategy at a workshop event held at Wherstead Park, near Ipswich.
This week we celebrate the International Day of Forests... even though Germaine Greer may have proposed other plans for Thetford Forest.
Farmers’ levy payers’ organisation AHDB Beef & Lamb has appointed a new halal sector manager to help it focus on the needs of the fast-growing sector.
Suffolk nutritionist and superfood chef Juliette Bryant shares her knowledge and recipes each week, helping us to eat and feel much healthier...
Is there anything you didn’t know in Charlie Haylock’s new book – In a Manner of Speaking, from Amberley Publishing?
Charlotte Smith-Jarvis is left hungry after almost 90 minute wait for food at Coast to Coast restaurant in Ipswich’s Buttermarket
An innovative trail in Suffolk and Essex focusing on the art of John Constable and Thomas Gainsborough is set to launch this spring.
Ipswich High School for Girls will be featured on tonight’s episode of the Quest TV show Salvage Hunters.
A Scottish band famous for songs such as I Don’t Want a Lover is coming to Ipswich later this year.
A new TV documentary about a teenage double murderer from Ipswich is due to be screened on Sunday.
Collages created by a group of Women’s Institute members using images and text from 1970s magazines are on display in Ipswich.
Sean Murray cannot wait for the visit of high-flying Luton Town this Saturday, and not just because it’s a potentially big promotion showdown.
Sammie Szmodics’ latest injury heartbreak, at a soggy Crewe Alexandra on Saturday, summed up Colchester United’s dreadful run of injury setbacks this season.
Colchester United boss, John McGreal, admitted that Sammie Szmodics’ early injury had an impact on a below-standard first-half display at Crewe on Saturday.
Carl Marston takes a look at the main storylines from Colchester United’s 2-0 defeat at Crewe on Saturday.
Luckless Sammie Szmodics suffered a broken leg during the opening minutes of Colchester United’s disappointing 2-0 defeat at Crewe yesterday.
Colchester United manager John McGreal revealed that Sammie Szmodics had gone to hospital after being stretchered off early on during today’s 2-0 defeat at Gresty Road.