September 19 2014 Latest news:
Do you know your tuba from your French horn? If not, never fear as there’s a new brass band looking for wannabe players.
The importance of a major military base in Suffolk will prevail despite deep cuts to the Army.
Not content with his seven stone (44.6kg) mighty marrow, a man from Wetherden has a new legume which comes close to beating it.
Pupils dressed up in 1914 period costume to celebrate their school’s centenary.
It was a case of seeing double – or even triple at Capel St Mary yesterday.
Former Regent manager David Lowe received a 90th birthday treat yesterday when he received a personal tour of the newly refurbished Ipswich theatre.
Colchester United 2 Sheffield United 3
Goals from Jonathan Parr and Daryl Murphy gave Ipswich Town a 2-0 victory over Brighton, at Portman Road, on Tuesday night.
Ipswich led 19-5 but had to settle for a draw as they protected their unbeaten home record against the last side to win at Humber Doucy Lane, back in January 2013.
John Frost seems to have found the trick to growing enormous vegetables – let nature take its course.
A heritage event proved very emotional for one woman – who returned to a family home this weekend for the first time in more than 30 years.
More than 1,500 women stepped out in style last night to make the 2014 Girls Night Out walk the biggest and best ever.
Volvo has revealed its all-new XC90 premium sport utility vehicle which will relaunch the Swedish brand. Motoring editor Andy Russell previews the highly-anticipated new model.
Sometimes, trying to avoid your fate is the very thing that leads you to it.
Boats of all shapes and sizes came to Woodbridge over the weekend to celebrate the town’s maritime heritage.
It was the swinging 60s – a time when rebellion and Radio Caroline was in the air.
Ipswich v Millwall: Ipswich Town got back to winning ways as goals in each half from strike duo David McGoldrick and Daryl Murphy secured a 2-0 home win over Millwall.
They came as pirates, lifeguards and even Edward Scissorhands to celebrate Ipswich parkrun’s second birthday.
A young woman is returning to the stage of her home theatre as a professional actor.
It’s a pirate’s life for one man – who has taken it upon himself to build a pirate ship in his back garden.