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A classic Ferrari could raise more than £500,000 tomorrow for the East Anglian Air Ambulance after its Suffolk-based owner died last year and left it to the charity.

A military site just outside Ipswich has always had an air of mystery about it, writes John Norman, of The Ipswich Society.

This week we celebrate the International Day of Forests... even though Germaine Greer may have proposed other plans for Thetford Forest.

A reality TV series which has travelled across the Atlantic is coming to Suffolk as part of a nationwide tour.

From the warmth and good weather of Argentina and Italy, Nico Covatti knows what to expect on his return to England.

Today Ali Qazimaj has been found guilty of double murder following the deaths of Peter and Sylvia Stuart, of Weybread, last summer.

If preparing Christmas dinner in your household seems exhausting, spare a thought for the Royal kitchen of Henry III.

A potential Tory rebellion over the closure of a scheme to resettle unaccompanied children has been seen off by the government.

Will Quince has urged the government continue to consult with local authorities over how many child refugees they can take as he stands willing to defy his party whip over the issue.

Youngsters at Chantry Academy in Ipswich got the chance to be international rugby heroes for the day – playing on the hallowed Twickenham turf and forming a guard of honour for a Six Nations game.

Youngsters from Ormiston Endeavour Academy in Ipswich joined up with their peers from Ormiston Victory Academy in Norwich last week for a combined skiing trip to Tonale, Italy – marking the start of what could be a more common tie-up between the two.

East Anglian estate agents Fenn Wright has recruited six new members of staff to its eight branch, which as been launched in Sudbury.

Suffolk’s Tom Hudson claimed the English Under-16 Giant Slalom title at the 2017 English Alpine Championships.

Several times a week for the past decade, as I have left Liverpool Street Station from the Ipswich train, I walk past a bronze statue of an anxious-looking boy and girl with their suitcases, writes Ipswich MP Ben Gummer.

Ipswich skier Alexa Elliff claimed a thrilling slalom victory at the 2017 English Alpine Championships in Bormio, Italy.

A man who hit a customer of an Ipswich food store over the head with a golf club as he left the premises has been jailed for 26 months.

A biting spell of cold weather is expected to make way for warmer temperatures over the coming days.

The air ambulance could be saving even more lives thanks to the generosity of a Ferrari enthusiast whose donation could raise enough money to build a new hangar for their helicopter.

A professional YouTuber and a Colchester businessman who helped to run a gambling website, which let children bet on Premier League matches, have been spared jail.

British Airways is to launch three new destinations and increase frequency on two existing routes from Stansted Airport this summer.

BT has reported a 37% plunge in third quarter profit after taking a hit from the accounting scandal at its Italian division.

BT is facing a criminal investigation by prosecutors in Milan over allegations of embezzlement and false accounting in its Italian division, according to reports.

Plan to delay first MOT

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Proposals are being put forward in a bid to save motorists as much as £100m per year by delaying the first MOT.

National news this week have flagged up a shortage of courgettes in UK supermarkets. This will consequently affect prices with courgettes – and many other vegetables – becoming more costly.

National Express has struck a £70m deal to sell its c2c rail operation in south Essex to Italy’s Trenitalia, increasing the number of UK franchises in European hands.

Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver is to close six Jamie’s Italian restaurants, after they were hit by a combination of rising Brexit cost pressures and tough trading.

Gallery: The hottest new books of 2017?

Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Who doesn’t savour the anticipation when you know a book you’d like is about to come out? Try these, suggests Steven Russell

Gallery: My First Car: Bertone X1/9

Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Guy Ransom bought his Bertone X1/9 in 1990 and this ‘bella’ Italian sports car is still a big part of his and wife Claire’s lives.

Are you out celebrating the end of 2016 and welcoming 2017 in Ipswich town centre tonight or having a quiet one at home with close family?

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis shares some of her favourite, globally-inspired ideas to jazz up that leftover turkey…

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