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Ipswich Witches skipper Danny King has admitted he thought his current form would be good enough to get him into Great Britain’s World Cup team.

Nothing was taboo or off limits, everything was original and witty, and if anyone was offended then, well, as they said, they didn’t come to see you.

Although four team tournaments may not be everyones favourite type of speedway meeting, surely no one could have left Mildenhall Stadium not having been thoroughly entertained following one of the finest meetings seen at the track for years.

The Government’s business minister has been asked to intervene in a consultation to decide whether one of west Suffolk’s biggest employers will shut down its manufacturing plant in Sudbury.

This Sunday sees international visitors at Mildenhall stadium as the Mildenhall Fen Tigers welcome the USA for a Transatlantic Four Team Tournament, start 3pm.

Films with re-watch value, movies with character and story will become the classics of the future. Arts editor Andrew Clarke presents a series of idiosyncratic suggestions for movies, both old and new, that may entertain if you are in the mood for something different.

It promises to be a keen Stenson Shield tussle on Saturday between Ipswich, who have so many category one players, and Diss who travel to Purdis Heath with James Biggs and Josh Driver who were first and second in the Suffolk Amateur Championship.

Top billing at the National Portrait Gallery, London for Suffolk artist Ania.

A senior manager at a London-based employee engagement business who grew up in Suffolk is bringing key members of his team to his home county in celebration of Suffolk Day.

An award-winning Suffolk businessman is hoping to share his experiences of mentoring young people in the county with the wider business community at a major conference event later this month.

Reginald D Hunter visits the Ipswich Regent next Sunday, just weeks after cancelling his performance there due to a broken leg.

Sir Elton John returns to Ipswich’s Portman Road this Saturday for the first time in more than a decade.

Four experienced solicitors have become partners at Essex law firm Birkett Long.

American star Gino Manzares has not given up on once again riding for Ipswich Witches – the town he calls his ‘second home’.

One of the world’s leading Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) prospects has been spared jail after he ‘ran amok’ at a Christmas party, assaulting the venue’s owner and six women.

An American couple have made a special trip from Virginia in the USA to see a moated country house in Norfolk which has links to their family.

Two Suffolk golfers have enjoyed a glorious start to June. Ipswich-based tournament professional Jamie Abbott and Culford Academy teenager Max Adams have hit the headlines.

Following breakthroughs for Myles Kenlock and Josh Emmanuel, who will be the next homegrown success story for Ipswich Town? Stuart Watson looks at seven youngsters facing a big 2017/18.

The world’s first commercially successful self-propelled combine harvester features in a new DVD documentary created by a Suffolk agricultural journalist.

Ipswich basketball duo Josh Apple and Harriet Welham hope they can inspire others, after they were called up for Great Britain’s respective under-20s squads.

Essex-based vehicle data management company Clifford Thames is to be acquired, for an undisclosed sum, by United States-based automotive technology provider OEConnection Holdings.

Culford School pupil Max Adams won the ‘US Kids’ European Championship in Scotland.

MIKE BACON tackles year-round football, Tiger Woods’ fall from grace and the Arsene Wenger debate in his latest Bacon’s Bites column.

More activities have been lined up for the Martlesham Heath airfield 100th anniversary celebrations this summer.

A takeover bid which would have reunited to major employers in Stowmarket under single ownership has been abandoned.

Ed Sheeran fans have finally been given a sneak preview of his upcoming Carpool Karaoke segment with James Corden.

Marking 20 years on this side of the pond, the US comedian’s laidback stand-up style, and southern drawl have made him comedy favourite and he is bringing his latest show to Ipswich.

The “special relationship” between the US and the UK could extend to East Anglia’s offshore wind industry, through a partnership struck by the East of England Energy Group.

After last week’s horrendous events in Manchester, the election campaign is now back at the top of the news agenda – but it would be naive to believe that the bombing is not going to affect anything.

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