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Firefighters were called to rescue a man who became stuck on the roof of his house after nailing his hand to the rafters.


An award-winning Suffolk restaurant has officially been recognised as one of the best in the country.


Emergency services were called to a collision in High Street, Needham Market this afternoon.

A chimney sweeper remains in a critical condition with spinal injuries after falling from a roof in Combs yesterday.

Tonight marks the grand final of the Great British Bake Off and viewers will watch as Ian Cumming, Nadiya Hussain and Tamal Ray battle it out for the Bake Off crown.

Ipswich Town

Yesterday, 12:30

The Blues have slipped from top at the end of August to their current 12th position, but what’s going wrong at Portman Road? Sports writer Chris Brammer is here to answer your questions from midday on Wednesday.

Yesterday, 17:30

Veteran manager Neil Warnock has backed Mick McCarthy to bring success to Portman Road – but believes the Blues may need to strengthen in the January transfer window for it to happen.

Yesterday, 12:51

Josh Yorwerth can take his second chance at making it as a Championship centre-back with both hands.

Mon, 17:30

Cole Skuse has admitted Ipswich Town aren’t hitting their targets at the moment, following the latest episode in their worrying slide down the Championship table.

Mon, 10:48

Josh Yorwerth and Matt Clarke both played 90 minutes as loan clubs Crawley and Portsmouth both failed to earn victories in League Two on Saturday.

Mon, 10:30

Will Ridgard dissects Saturday’s 2-0 defeat at Blackburn, where Ipswich Town’s slide continued heading into the international break.

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The Ipswich Basketball Under 18 Men got their season started with a dominant first-half against London United, grabbing a 54-28 lead, before easing into a 85-61 win despite missing key players.

Josh Johnson in action against the Nottingham Hoods

Patrons Cup

Ipswich 61

Nottingham Hoods 79

National Cup

Ipswich 70

Hemel Storm 96

Ipswich Basketball Club head coach Nick Drane has called on his players to step up and prove they are winners after his side stumbled to back-to-back defeats at the weekend.

Paul Bowman, left, of NDSC receives his award from ASA East Region president Gerry Metcalf

A Newmarket and District SC stalwart has been honoured with a special award.

Yesterday, 11:00
The victorious Framlingham College 1st X1 girls hockey team.

Girls at a Suffolk school are celebrating after winning a hockey championship for the fourth year running.



An award-winning Suffolk restaurant has officially been recognised as one of the best in the country.

George Bradley of Suffolk Secrets.

The belated arrival of settled weather in mid-September has helped to deliver an “Indian Summer” boost for Suffolk Secrets, one of the county’s leading holiday lets businesses.

Tesco  has revealed a 70% plunge in half-year earnings for its UK and Ireland business.

Supermarket giant Tesco revealed a 70% fall in half year earnings for its UK and Ireland business despite seeing an improvement in under-pressure sales.

The Cask Report has highlighted the importance of real ale to the the pub trade.

Drinkers of real ale are a “lifeline” for Britain’s hard-pressed pubs sector, according to a new study.

Some of SABMiller's beer brands.

Brewing giant Anheuser-Busch InBev today unveiled another improved offer for rival SAB Miller.

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The Great House in Lavenham has been awarded three rossetts from the AA. Left to right, Martine and Regis Crepy, Enrique Bilbault, Swann Auffray, David Castro, Guillavme Dericq.

An award-winning Suffolk restaurant has officially been recognised as one of the best in the country.

Yesterday, 09:00
Sarah Brown, wife of former Prime Minister Gordon Brown, whose education charity is backing Melissa Day's efforts to raise money for impoverished Sri Lankan tea workers.

Suffolk campaigner Melissa Day has received a major boost to her efforts to help impoverished tea workers in Sri Lanka. Sheena Grant finds out more

Mon, 13:34
Afternoon tea made by Charlotte Smith Jarvis, shot at Angel Delights in Hadleigh.

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis shares her idea of a sweet treat filled afternoon tea in Suffolk.

Mon, 13:07
Urban caterer chef, Simon Daniels cooking the goumet burger at K Bar and Grill, St Nicholas Street, Ipswich.

We all love a good burger, so we’ve picked out some of our favourites from across Suffolk.

What's On

The hysteria surrounding the witch-hunts of the late 17th and early 18th centuries created one of the darkest periods in our history. It was a time when infirmity and malicious accusation were enough to condemn you to death.

Yesterday, 19:07
Terry Kidgell is staging a star-studded show at the Ipswich Regent on Monday, October 12, in aid of Macmillan after he was diagnosed with terminal bowl cancer. One of those appearing will be his niece Robyn Mellor, currently starring on London's West End. The other will be America’s Got Talent 2015 winner Paul Zerdin.
Terry with his niece Robyn.

What would you do if you were told you had just months to live? For Terry Kidgell, diagnosed with terminal bowel cancer in August, the answer was simple – throw a charity gala in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.

Agatha Christie's And Then There Were None's Deborah Grant and Mark Curry. Photo: Keith Mindham

The biggest mystery of the night was why there were so many empty seats for this adaptation of Agatha Christie’s masterpiece.

David Acton, Hannah Hutch and Patti Love in Jane Wenham-The Witch of Walkern, which is touring Suffolk and Essex

A leading Suffolk private school has cancelled a play by an Oscar-winning and National Theatre-sponsored playwright because of fears about bad language and its subject matter which covers child abuse.

Mon, 17:02
David  Acton, Hannah Hutch and Patti Love  in Jane Wenham- The Witch of Walkern, an Eastern Angles-Out of Joint co-production which is currently touring Suffolk and Essex

Tales of witchcraft have been part of our folklore for centuries but a new play from Eastern Angles suggests the accusations may have a less supernatural background. Arts editor Andrew Clarke spoke to playwright Rebecca Lenkiewicz

Colchester United

Colchester United’s squad, on the back of a successful September, have been queuing up to scoop potential awards.

Mon, 12:31
Colchester United's Joe Edwards fights for the ball with a Bury FC player.

Video highlights as Colchester United’s winning run comes to an end at home to Bury.

Mon, 12:26
Colchester United's Owen Garvan recovers the ball.

We captured the best of the action from Colchester United’s 1-0 home defeat to Bury on Saturday, as Leon Clarke scored the only goal for the Shakers.

Saturday, October 3, 2015
Tony Humes gives instructions

Colchester United boss Tony Humes was remaining upbeat after his side’s home defeat to Bury this afternoon.

Saturday, October 3, 2015
Leon Clarke, scored the winner for Bury against the U's this afternoon

Colchester United 0 Bury 1