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Police have been called to a crash on the A133 Frating Hill in Frating Green.


Two men have been arrested after an affray in Bury St Edmunds.

An air ambulance was called to a Suffolk village today after a young woman suffered a horse riding accident.


One hundred years ago today, a major Anglo-French offensive in the Artois region of the Western Front had ground to a bloody halt.

Police were called to a break-in at a petrol station – after a suspected burglar was heard screaming for help.

A tap water argument between pub staff and cyclists broke out in Freckenham after the group asked for a free water bottle fill-up for four.

Ipswich Town

Thu, 17:22

Ipswich Town legend Ray Crawford has hailed young Blues loanee Matt Clarke’s contribution at Portsmouth, following the teenager’s summer loan switch to the League Two promotion hopefuls.

Thu, 14:19

Former Ipswich Town hero Kevin Beattie has called for the Blues’ defence to get back to basics, but believes Mick McCarthy’s men can still reach the Championship’s top-two.

Thu, 09:53

With Mick McCarthy threatening to shake up his under-performing Blues, Australian winger Tommy Oar is likely to come into contention to make his league bow at Portman Road.

Tue, 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.

Tue, 12:51

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

Tue, 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.

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Yesterday, 15:15

Some of the region’s brightest sporting stars have been nominated for the prestigious title of Suffolk Sports Personality of the Year – and you can help pick the winner.

Yesterday, 06:00
Could Broomhill Pool be on the brink of restoration?

Hopes of restoring Ipswich’s Broomhill Pool have today received a huge boost with the news that the Heritage Lottery Fund has made an interim award to the project.

Yesterday, 06:00
Broomhill pool from the air

As hopes of restoring Ipswich’s lido to its former glory take a step forward today, we look back at the pool’s past.

Wed, 17:54
Ipswich Basketball Club's Caleb Fuller

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.


A rare opportunity to buy a Victorian pier at auction

The Haven Power team who play in the Suffolk FA Monday night Football league

Business electricity supplier Haven Power is once again sponsoring the Suffolk Football Association (FA) Monday Night Football League in Ipswich.

Yesterday, 17:18
Suffolk Yacht Harbour is celebrating the launch of its new workshop

An independent marina on the River Orwell is celebrating a major expansion.

Yesterday, 17:09
Peter Osborne, General Manager, Brudenell Hotel, Aldeburgh.

A privately-owned hotel on Aldeburgh seafront is celebrating after it was awarded a coveted AA Silver Star Award for 2015.

Yesterday, 09:51
Delegates from the ABP Marine Conference at ABP, Old Custom House, Port of Ipswich.

Some of best marine minds in the country were in Ipswich this week as harbour masters, dock masters and marine managers gathered for an annual conference.

EA Life

With the film Suffragette out, we ask how far women have come in 100 years and what still needs to be done

Ellen's daughter and son. 'As my kids grow up and get a better grasp of social media, I can hardly act outraged by what they post about me in return'

One of the first lessons we learn as children is how to share, writes Ellen Widdup.

Suffolk-raised author Hayley Long. 'Back when I was at school, education was still genderized. There were boys subjects and girls subjects'

Suffolk-born Hayley Long, author of Being a Girl, celebrates the progress we’ve made but makes a plea for the online batterings to stop

Yesterday, 17:14
Woodbridge Shuck Shellfish Festival

If you’d like to treat your tastebuds this weekend, you’re in the right place.

Yesterday, 14:07
Could a daily mile get Suffolk's school kids in shape?

One school in Scotland is forcing its children outside, rain or shine, to run a mile – every single day.

What's On

Yesterday, 12:53

Set in the near future, this compelling and creative production from Transport in association with The New Wolsey asks important questions of us.

Wed, 15:22
Hannah Hutch as Ann Thorn and Amanda Bellamy as  Jane Wenham- The Witch of Walkern, in a new Eastern Angles-Out of Joint co-production which is currently touring Suffolk and Essex

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.

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.

Tue, 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.

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.

Colchester United

Owen Garvan, in action against Bury last weekend

Last weekend, Owen Garvan suffered his first league defeat in a Colchester United shirt, after an unbeaten sequence extending to six games.

Thu, 18:03
Matt Briggs, in action against Bradford

Colchester United boss, Tony Humes, has a big decision to make at left-back for this Saturday’s trip to Shrewsbury Town.

Wed, 08:15
Shortlisted: Tony Humes

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.