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Trainer Henry Cecil with Jockey Tom Queally and horse Frankel after winning the Qipco 2000 Guineas Stakes during the The QIPCO Guineas Festival at Newmarket Racecourse. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Saturday April 30, 2011. See PA story RACING Newmarket. Photo credit should read: PA Wire.

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Newmarket: Exhibition to celebrate life of Sir Henry Cecil

The life and career of the late great Sir Henry Cecil is to be celebrated across five racing days next month.

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Olympic handball player Lousie Jukes, who has been selected to run a leg of the Queen's Baton Relay in Suffolk on June 9.

Gallery: Anthony Ogogo, Louise Jukes and Zoe Newson among Suffolk’s Commonwealth Games baton bearers

Six people from Suffolk have been selected as baton bearers in the Queen’s Baton Relay as the country counts down this year’s Commonwealth Games.

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Road traffic incident on A14 at Woolpit

Update: Pictures of £170k Ferrari damaged in collision with HGV on A14 near Woolpit

A luxury sports car has been damaged after a collision with a lorry on the A14 near Woolpit.

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Cyclists line up at the start line of 2013's Tour de Tendring

Tendring: District’s 21st cycle race to follow Women’s Tour - will you be taking part in Tour de Tendring?

Next month’s Tour de Tendring cycle race has already attracted more than 500 entrants.

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Ip-City Centre, where the inquest was held.

Clopton: Helium inhalation given as cause of man’s death at inquest

A Suffolk father-of-two who died from helium inhalation took his own life while “the balance of his mind was disturbed”, an inquest has ruled.

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Clacton: Man in pink thong exposes himself to teenage girl and her friends

Police are on the hunt for a man in a pink thong who exposed himself to a teenage girl and her friends.

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EADT editor Terry Hunt, left, with David Dodds, Chris Oliver, Adrian Dodds and Nigel Slinn of Sackers Recycling, winner of the Business of the Year title at last year's EADT Business Awards.

East Anglia: One week to go before 2014 EADT Business Awards close for entries

There is now only just over a week to go to enter the 2014 East Anglian Daily Times Business Awards.

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Chief executive Clemence Cheng at the Port of Felixstowe.

Felixstowe: Work starts on development to help port handle world’s largest container ships

Work has started on the latest phase of expansion at the Port of Felxistowe, to help it continue berthing the world’s biggest container ships.

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Nethergate founder Dick Burge with a glass of Old Growler at a celebration last year marking the beer's 25th anniversary.

Suffolk/ Essex: Growler Brewery saved as Nethergate founder leads buy-back consortium

A Suffolk brewer has said he feels like he is coming home after stepping in to save the struggling brewery he founded almost 30 years ago.

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Punch Taverns of its executive chairman Stephen Billingham.

East Anglia: First half profits at Punch Taverns ‘in line with expectations’ as debt talks continue

Pubs group Punch Taverns, which is battling to agree a restructuring of its debts, today reported first half profits “in line with management expectations”.

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JD parent group JD SportsFashion has reported increased underlying full-year profits.

Retail: JD Sports Fashion profits climb 27% after improvement at Blacks and Millets

JD Sports Fashion said today that “significant improvement” at Blacks and Millets had lifted the outdoor brands out of the red following a two-year struggle.

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Entertainment See all

Zoe Lyons will be appearing at the New Cut Arts Centre, in Halesworth

Halesworth: Comedy night tickets up for grabs - see Zoe Lyons live

A Suffolk stand-up is hoping to bring the cream of the comedy circuit to a town venue.

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    Battisford: Parish chairman calls for roll-out of super-fast broadband

    Investment in a village’s broadband service, as part of a £5million package, must come as “quickly as possible”, according to the parish chairman.

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    A scene from Shrubland Park, Coddenham, in about 1914, where Suffolk 2 – the women’s group of Woodbridge Red Cross – was training. Shown here, from the left, are Miss Webb, Mrs Redpath, Mrs Gaffney and Muriel Shipman

    First World War: How Red Cross volunteers helped turn Woodbridge grammar school into hospital at outbreak of war

    Ill and injured First World War troops were often cared for by volunteers during those days long before the NHS. Steven Russell discovers how a Suffolk Red Cross branch rose to the challenge back in 1914.

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      Colin Noble has been sacked from Suffolk County Council's cabinet.

      Suffolk: Colin Noble sacked from cabinet after challenging Mark Bee’s leadership

      Leadership challenger Colin Noble has been sacked from Suffolk County Council’s cabinet after failing to unseat Mark Bee in last week’s election.

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Olympic handball player Lousie Jukes, who has been selected to run a leg of the Queen's Baton Relay in Suffolk on June 9.

Gallery: Anthony Ogogo, Louise Jukes and Zoe Newson among Suffolk’s Commonwealth Games baton bearers

Six people from Suffolk have been selected as baton bearers in the Queen’s Baton Relay as the country counts down this year’s Commonwealth Games.

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Ipswich Town See all

Ipswich Rugby Club's Carlton Littlechild

Ipswich aiming for success on three fronts, with Basketball team and Blues, following the lead of title-winning rugby club

It’s not just the play-off-chasing Blues who are doing Ipswich proud and making waves on the national and regional sporting scene.

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Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy braced for Aaron Cresswell bids, but insists Tyrone Mings is more than ready

Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy is bracing himself for plenty of interest in left-back Aaron Cresswell this summer.

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Ipswich Town's Anthony Wordsworth

Anthony Wordsworth happy to play his part, says Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy

Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy insists Anthony Wordsworth is happy to play his part within a squad all pulling in the same direction.

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Ipswich Town v Doncaster Rovers.
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Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy happy to talk about the prospect of the play-offs, promotion and the Premier League

Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy is more than happy to talk about the prospect of the play-offs, promotion and the Premier League.

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Ipswich Town v Doncaster Rovers.
Sky Bet Championship.
12th April 2014.
Luke Chambers at the end of the match.

It’s just like watching Brazil! Ipswich Town skipper Luke Chambers feels he is growing into the role of right-back after comparison with Carlos Alberto

Ipswich Town skipper Luke Chambers believes he is growing into the role of right-back after his late winner against Doncaster at the weekend drew comparisons with Brazilian legend Carlos Alberto’s famous World Cup Final goal of 1970.

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Freddie Sears scores his second goal at Stevenage

‘It’s been one of my best days in a Colchester shirt’ – Freddie Sears

Freddie Sears chose the perfect time to score his first ever brace, as his quality double earned Colchester United three precious points in their bid to escape relegation on Saturday.

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Freddie Sears scores for Colchester just before half-time at Stevenage

Freddie Sears and Jabo Ibehre in race to be Colchester United’s top scorer

Freddie Sears has reached double figures, for goals scored, following his ninth and 10th goals of the season at Stevenage – the first time he has managed that in his career.

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