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Many promises are made and often broken, but the one issued by Clive Cox that there was more to come from Harry Angel proved correct following his victory in the Darley July Cup at Newmarket on Saturday.

A leading pub association has warned that more needs to be done to protect Ipswich’s pubs, after two establishments have closed within the last 11 days.

An Ipswich pub which had been a stalwart on the east side of town has closed its doors for the last time on Saturday, as the owners announced they were shutting following their five year stint.

The Grand Old Duke of York pub in Woodbridge Road, Ipswich, closed its doors for the last time on Saturday after the owners announced via Facebook they had decided to move on.

Suffolk-based ICT provider QDOS Communications has completed three more major installations for up-market restaurants group Caprice Holdings.

Suffolk Libraries have launched a bumper programme of events to entertain children across the county during half term.

Braintree Town have two games left to save their season - and their stay - in the National League.

Probably the world’s most famous steam locomotive is going to be travelling through Suffolk later this year.

There has been a church in The Street, Rushmere St Andrew, since Saxon time, writes John Norman, from the Ipswich Society.

A steam engine making its way to the North Norfolk Railway travelled through the region on Thursday.

A 60-year-old steam locomotive is expected to make its way through East Anglia next week on its way to a heritage railway.

Are you stuck for ideas for some family fun this weekend?

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

What do you do if your brother turns out to be a serial killer? The Witchfinder’s Sister poses the question

Britain’s property market will be in sharp focus next week as two of the biggest housebuilders post annual figures after a solid year for the sector, despite a Brexit vote blip.

Macclesfield Town 2 Braintree Town 0

St Edmundsbury Cathedral has revealed plans to curb a £60,000 budget deficit in the next three years – but has confirmed it will not start charging visitors to help balance the books.

Sean Murray joined a select band of Colchester United players sent off on their debuts, following his injury-time red card at Blackpool on Saturday. U’s correspondent CARL MARSTON recalls some of the ‘bad boys’ of past years

It is 65 years since the front page of the ‘late final’ edition of the Ipswich Evening Star proclaimed THE KING IS DEAD as flags were lowered to half-mast and theatres shut for the day.

The rising number of advertising boards in Bury St Edmunds has sparked the council to warn businesses of the risks of obstructing the walkway.

Suffolk writer Lisa Thompson’s debut novel, The Goldfish Boy, is Waterstones Children’s Book of the Month

The Brewery Tap in Cliff Lane is the only food outlet in Ipswich to receive zero stars out of five following a visit by food hygiene inspectors.

Braintree Town will entertain Dulwich Hamlet in the third round of the FA Trophy, while Essex neighbours have been handed a glamorous trip to former Football League stalwarts Tranmere Rovers in the same competition.

Keith and Lorraine Shelton have found hidden containers in Estonia, Portugal and the Canary Islands

The brand new trains for Greater Anglia’s services are still three years away – but the company has unveiled the stop-gap suburban train that will be carrying passengers to the capital until they arrive.

UK housebuilder Persimmon Homes’ local community grant programme has now donated more than £1m to good causes across the UK, including £40,000 in Norfolk and Suffolk.

Lincoln City boss Danny Cowley can’t wait to pit his wits against Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy when the two sides meet in an FA Cup Third Round tie at Portman Road in the New Year.

As always there is plenty of great local sport on offer around Suffolk over the next few days – starting on Friday night. What will you go and see?

A Suffolk town could become an almost entirely 20mph zone – under bold new traffic calming measures set to go before a speed limit panel.

It was a celebration of 75 years of Jeep and a chance to check out the go-anywhere ability that have made its models so iconic. Motoring editor Andy Russell puts Jeep’s big-selling Renegade to a rugged, rocky, off-road test.

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