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There are other places than Swansea Tubbs, no matter what Edward says - and you’ll get to see them when The League of Gentlemen Live Again comes to the Ipswich Ipswich Regent.

Dan Needham from North Norfolk had two strokes in the space of a week and has navigated a difficult path to recovery. He’s the stand-out star in an episode of BBC2’s The Secret Helpers where he enlists the support of strangers to help him cope with his wedding day to sweetheart Suzanne.

In 1982 the Fire Brigade moved to a new fire station in Princes Street, Ipswich.

They say don’t count your chickens, but one Chelmondiston woman has found herself outnumbered by some rather handsome feathered friends this week.

Dan Needham’s life was turned upside-down by two sneezes which tore an artery in his neck and led to two strokes and a long road to recovery. Now he’s facing a new challenge on a BBC show which offers people facing difficulties a host of secret advice.

A group of dachshund owners keen to put on a charity dog walk this month have secured a saviour sponsor after being told by the council that they must produce a £300 deposit and £5million insurance cover to hold the event.

A quiz night with a special section devoted to questions about Ipswich is being held at St Helen’s School in the town in May.

It’s World Down Syndrome Day on Wednesday, March 21, and families in Norfolk are raising awareness of the joys and challenges of bringing up a child with an extra chromosome and extra needs.

The world of genteel catering is this week reeling after sconegate...

With the motocross season getting into full swing, the Woodbridge and DMCC are preparing for an exciting and action-packed year ahead at their Blaxhall venue, writes Rick Blyth.

If you are a Disney super-fan this quiz night is for you.

The multicar conundrum – is it better value or not? Martin Lewis of MoneySavingExpert explains all.

A woman from Ipswich has described her family’s trauma and warned fellow pet owners after their dog ate a poisonous starfish on Felixstowe beach.

Ipswich Town host Sheffield United in a Championship match at Portman Road tomorrow afternoon.

A couple from Ipswich have reported finding cocktail sausages pierced by nails scattered in the street – in what appears to be a vicious plot to target local dogs.

More than 200 schools in Suffolk and Essex have already announced they will be closed today. See a full list and the latest updates here.

An music producer from Ipswich says taking on a charity walk for Cancer Research helped save his life after he was diagnosed with autism and ADHD and became homeless.

This Saturday’s Sensational 60s Experience at the Ipswich Regent has been cancelled because of the bad weather.

A brand new Stowmarket majorette troupe battled through the freezing weather on Tuesday to host its very first session.

Us Brits love talking and reading about the weather. When there’s a lot of snow, or when storms bring high winds, everyone in an area tends to be affected.

Two lambs were born at Easton Farm Park this morning - watch the video of the new arrivals here.

A new two-day beer festival will be held at the John Peel Centre in Stowmarket this weekend.

An Essex MP has praised the community spirit of residents after a town’s high street was hit by two fires in less than two days.

A Suffolk farming family which endured a vicious torrent of online abuse from vegan activists have donated their TV appearance fee to a charity dedicated to stopping cyberbullying.

Ipswich Town take on Preston North End, at Deepdale, on Saturday in what will be their third Championship game in seven days.

Film award shows seem to be losing favour with audiences. Arts editor Andrew Clarke wonders whether its because the audience for movies is changing and the Oscars and BAFTAs are reacting by rewarding the wrong films.

Taj Mahal chef Sayid swaps the kitchen for the stage in The Chef Show, part of PULSE presents.

A dog walker who found the body of murdered 83-year-old Peter Wrighton sobbed in court as she described the moment she realised he was dead.

A pedestrian crossing fault at the A12 Martlesham Park & Ride roundabout could be to blame for reports of “standstill” traffic in the Martlesham and Kesgrave areas this morning.

Rushmere Community Runners has gone from strength to strength, since it was created last year.

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