November 24 2014 Latest news:
This weekend’s Christmas Market has seen thousands of shoppers pour into Ipswich’s town centre.
Bournemouth v Ipswich: Ipswich Town twice came from behind to secure a hard-fought draw against fellow high-fliers AFC Bournemouth, Teddy Bishop and Daryl Murphy scoring second-half goals as Mick McCarthy’s men moved up to fourth in the Championship table.
I love history, and I’ve been fascinated by all the centenary events to mark the First World War, but I’ve always felt slightly detached from it . . . until now.
Those who venture into Ipswich town centre this weekend will find the Christmas spirit in full flow.
A pod of whales seen off the Essex coast earlier this week have not been sighted today, as new pictures emerge of the beautiful aquatic mammals.
Students saw the destruction caused by the Eyjafjallajökull volcano during a trip to Iceland as part of their geography studies.
The Christmas season well and truly arrived in Ipswich last night as dozens of excited children welcomed Santa Claus as he sailed into the Waterfront.
The festive season officially began in Bury St Edmunds with the Christmas lights switch on last night.
A police safety operation on the A12 today was organised after a “worrying” spike in the casualty rate.
Barn owl conservationists are celebrating a bumper year for the species – and have been astonished by one bird’s “quite remarkable” long-distance “flight of fancy” out of Suffolk.
Young spaceboys and girls explored the outer reaches of their school and blasted off for a day of rocket-fuelled fun.
Glitz and glamour were Strictly the order of the day at a bedazzling ballroom fundraiser in aid of family support charity Home-start Suffolk Coastal.
Students at a Suffolk school stepped back to the roaring 20s for their production of a Broadway musical hit.
With home advantage, lowly Ipswich went up against league leaders Eton Manor with confidence, wanting to prove they were worthy of their recent promotion to London 1 North, against a team still unbeaten.
A three-day film festival came to a close on the Suffolk coast with an emotional screening and live performance by musician Edwyn Collins.
Make it in Suffolk! That’s the advice a Hadleigh butcher has given anyone wanting to emulate his latest award-winning pie.
Ipswich Town Ladies and Ipswich Wanderers will have to go again after Sunday’s Suffolk FA quarter-final clash at Humber Doucy Lane was abandoned with 10 minutes to go, on Sunday.
AFC Sudbury produced a shock result, by deservedly knocking out hosts Maidstone United in a pulsating FA Trophy second round tie at the Gallagher Stadium.
Early learners went entirely bonkers for a giant Alice in Wonderland themed tea party marking a special anniversary.
An annual celebration of real-life storytelling held special significance as it marked its 20th year on the Suffolk coast in the company of acclaimed filmmakers, expert commentators and a veteran projectionist.