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Will we see snow tomorrow?

In the first of our daily guides to days out in Ipswich, we bring you rollerskating sessions, football and the possibility of snow play in Christchurch Park.

Drive safely in wintery weather

Temperatures have again dropped and there is a risk of snow - bringing fresh dangers to our roads.

Centre manager Andy Gillon holds Riley in the puppy unit at the new Blue Cross Centre in Ipswich.

Cats and dogs looking for new loving families can now enjoy a stay at a state-of-the-art centre while they wait.

Len Phoenix with his latest swimming medals taking his total to over 1000.

A grand achievement has been celebrated by one Suffolk swimmer, whose passion for the sport has taken him all over the world.

Fire engines

Fire crews tackled a blaze at a large outbuilding earlier today (February 14).

Cineworld at Cardinal Park in Ipswich.

More than 400 properties in Ipswich lost power tonight as a result of an underground cable fault.

Police cordon in St Botolph's Street, Colchester, February 14 2016. Picture: @Disco_77

A man is in a critical but stable condition after a fight in the early hours of the morning.

Warren Hill at Hollesley Bay

A Hollesley Bay absconder who went missing on Wednesday January 27 has been detained in Hertfordshire.

30mph sign in Brantham on A137

A man in his 80s has died following a crash on the A137 in Brantham last night.

Len Phoenix with his latest swimming medals taking his total to over 1000.

Our photographers travel across Suffolk and north Essex, recording the events of the week.

Haughley Park was a blanket of white on the morning of January 17.

Forecasters have issued a yellow weather warning for possible snow and ice across the region today and tomorrow.

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