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Allan Hunter was one of Ipswich Town’s best-ever signings, helping drive the Blues to become one of the most feared sides in England and Europe. ROSS HALLS went to meet ‘Big Al’.

Supporters of the European Union will take to the streets of Ipswich today as part of a nationwide day of action against a hard Brexit.

Police in Suffolk have recorded over 200 traffic offences largely by drivers of heavy goods vehicles in just one week – 180 of which were for not wearing a seatbelt.

Key speakers at a Suffolk march taking place on a nationwide day of “pro-EU” action have been announced including politicians, campaigners and experts in science and law.

As Andrew Lloyd Webber turns 70 on March 22, we’re looking back at some of the highlights of his amazing Technicolor career.

Ipswich Town defender Cameron Carter-Vickers has been called up to the United States squad for their friendly with Paraguay during the international break.

Wolf Hall, the story of Thomas Cromwell and Henry VIII, is one of great historical dramas of recent years. Arts Editor Andrew Clarke talks to director James Hayward about the Gallery Players regional premiere and how they have brought Wolsey back home

Lexus offers a hybrid LC500 coupe but motoring editor Andy Russell is swept away by the V8 version, dubbing it the non-PC500!

‘By now, the cold spell in Britain is in its 64th day – the coldest winter since 1829-30. The last really cold spell, in 1949, lasted 49 days...’

Police have announced they will be targeting people who fail to wear seatbelts during a week-long campaign starting on Monday.

Ryanair has unveiled its 2018-19 winter schedule from London Stansted, including the return of flights to Edinburgh which was among the routes suspended last year when the airline’s current winter schedule was to cut back due to pilot shortages.

It was a last-ditch attempt to win the Virgin Queen’s hand, a firework display that costed the modern-day equivalent of £23 million - but at what cost to the nearby town?

Fee-fi-foe-fum, I smell the blood of an Englishman... how we love fairy tales, even when they scare us silly

France-based insurance multinational AXA, whose UK arm includes a major presence in Ipswich, has agreed a 15.3bn US dollars (£11bn) deal to acquire XL Group, a specialist in property and casualty claims.

Celebrated Essex-made jams are turning up in far-flung regions of the world, including Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan, as younger generations of overseas consumers buy into British-branded goods.

With the Revel Outdoors Winter Series only just completed, mountain bikers were straight back in action for the first round of the Mud, Sweat and Gears “summer” league at Hadleigh Park, writes Fergus Muir.

Kia has entered the small SUV market with its supermini-sized Stonic with smart styling and a sense of fun, says motoring editor Andy Russell.

The MEP for Suffolk has stood up for local beekeepers by creating a buzz at the European Parliament today.

The artistic talents of members of a Suffolk art group have been put to great effect to create a montage for a World War One Trail.

As the energy industry’s biggest conference in the East of England gets underway, some of the sector’s leading lights express their views on the opportunities and challenges 2018 will bring.

Primark and British Sugar owner Associated British Foods (ABF) has said it remains on track despite taking a forecast hit in its sugar division.

A zero-tariff, frictionless trade with the EU market place is “vital” for British farmers, a farmers’ leader has warned.

A Suffolk businessman is encouraging entrepreneurs to focus on spiritual growth through a series of five workshops.

Stansted Airport has applied to increase the current cap on annual passenger numbers - from 35 million to 43 million passengers a year.

Lin Bensley tells the story of one of East Anglia’s greatest novelists - Harold W ‘Jack’ Freeman - and why we should rediscover his work.

A tribute to disco pop icons The Bee Gees has been announced as the headline act for this year’s ‘Gig in the Garden’.

At Blue House Farm, near Maldon, conservation rings out for iconic brent geese.

Athletics correspondent Carl Marston is travelling around the region (and beyond!), running in different parkruns. Here he heads to Clumber Park

Town leaders have said a £4million revamp of Clacton Pier announced yesterday is a sign of “restored confidence” in the town.

The door is open for Bartosz Bialkowski to realise a World Cup dream after the Ipswich Town keeper met Poland bosses at the weekend.

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