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An air ambulance regularly flown by Prince William “narrowly avoided” a collision with a remote-controlled drone, an official report has claimed.

Back on this day in 1978, Ipswich Town travelled to London to take on Queens Park Rangers – and were involved in a six-goal thriller.

A restaurateur has been disqualified from driving for 18 months after being caught speeding 10 times within six weeks, including eight times on the Orwell Bridge.

Four people in Ipswich have been arrested on suspicion of Class A drugs offences after flats in town were raided today.

The winner of the Great Pottery Throw Down says he has no intentions of becoming “super famous” – and just wants to carry on enjoying ceramics.

Industry bodies failed this week to reach agreement on the national roll out of an electronic grain passport.

AFC Sudbury boss Jamie Godbold is relishing the challenge of hosting relegation rivals Hendon this weekend.

Khalid Masood, 52, was shot dead by police after mowing down pedestrians in a car on Westminster Bridge and stabbing to death Pc Keith Palmer in the grounds of the Houses of Parliament yesterday.

The male model, who was crowned winner of The Great Pottery Throw Down on BBC Two tonight, has also revealed his love of clay was sparked by a Tinder date.

By strange and unhappy coincidence, I was going to write this week about terrorism, writes MP for Ipswich, Ben Gummer in the wake of the Westminster attacks.

A promising young footballer who claimed he was kidnapped and taken to Bury St Edmunds where he was forced to sell drugs has been locked up for 30 months.

A “very rare” English Civil War sword, which belonged to one of the royalist leaders at the Siege of Colchester in the summer of 1648, is set to fetch about £5,000 at auction.

Ipswich mayor Roger Fern has sent a message of support to his opposite number in London to express the council’s condolences after Wednesday’s terrorist attack in Westminster.

Sheltering in the Houses of Parliament, a Suffolk butcher has revealed how for the second time he found himself stuck in London as terrorists struck the capital city.

“We are not afraid, our hearts are with you”. This was the simple message next to flowers by the police cordon which sealed off the vast crime scene which Westminster has become.

Upper Brook Street is one of the oldest streets in Ipswich and over the centuries it has been home to several public houses and inns, writes David Kindred.

Four people have died and around 20 injured after a terrorist attack in the capital today.

At least five people have died and around 40 people have been injured after a knife-wielding man drove a car into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge in London before stabbing a police officer outside the Houses of Parliament.

Eyewitnesses have described the terror and destruction caused by a major terrorist incident in London today.

MPs for north Essex, many of whom are on lockdown in Westminster, have taken to social media to react to events in the heart of London today.

An innovative trail in Suffolk and Essex focusing on the art of John Constable and Thomas Gainsborough is set to launch this spring.

Suffolk’s senior police officers are to review their presence at “key locations” following the terrorist incident at Westminster this afternoon.

A national organisation which supports victims of gang culture will start work in Tendring in the wake of ongoing issues.

In 15 years of pioneering research into the health and well-being benefits delivered by nature, researchers at the University of Essex have written millions of wise words. Few, however, can have been as chilling as a sentence in their latest green masterpiece.

London mayor Sadiq Khan has invited the National Farmers’ Union (NFU) deputy president Minette Batters to become a member of the London Food Board.

Nigel Burgoyne, headteacher at Kesgrave High School, said budget reserves are becoming depleted after years of savings, leaving Suffolk’s school leaders “struggling” to avoid staff redundancies and curriculum cuts.

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