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A long-running East Anglian business showcase is set to move back to its old home as a new chairman takes over the reins at the organisation behind it.
A long-running memorial football match organised by colleagues of a train driver who died from cancer has raised more than £8,000 for the hospital that cared for him.
Bosses behind the development of the former Sproughton sugar beet site have confirmed it will not be used as another out-of-town retail park.
Suffolk is still a very safe place to live - this is the reassurance that was offered as the latest crime rates for the town were revealed.
The former leader of Ipswich Borough Council has admitted the town failed to end exploitation, trafficking and slavery following the murder of five Ipswich women in 2006.
Speculation is mounting over whether free iCards issued to thousands of Ipswich youngsters over the summer holidays could be rolled out again in future years.
One of Europe’s largest flooring distributors given the green light to build a warehouse behind Anglia Retail Park is eyeing plans for another site elsewhere in town.
A 17% pay rise for Ipswich Borough Council’s chief executive has been approved this evening.
The site of a former fertiliser factory in Ipswich which has stood derelict for 30 years is set to be developed for homes – despite concerns over contaminated land, noise and lack of affordable homes.
A new supermarket chain is set to join Ransomes Europark in Ipswich, as a unit empty for seven years is finally getting a new lease of life.
Local people looking for work can browse more than 500 jobs and volunteering opportunities at a Jobs and Careers Fair in Ipswich on Thursday.
Caravans which moved onto an Ipswich park last week and set up camp are understood to have left there this afternoon.
Take a look at what has happened in Suffolk in the last seven days - including a new car park and plans for a development in Ipswich.
Ipswich MP Sandy Martin has called for local authorities to be required to plan “adequate and appropriate sites” for travellers during a debate in Parliament.
Name of Applicant: PASINI LEISURE LIMITED
Name of Premises: THREE WISE MONKEYS
Postal Address of Premises (or description of premises): 22 LLOYDS AVENUE, IPSWICH, SUFFOLK IP1 3HD
A new temporary long-stay car park will be opening tomorrow on the site of a former pub in Ipswich’s Princes Street.
Thousands of homes and businesses along the route for the Great East Run have been contacted ahead of the event next month, as organisers aim to eradicate issues from last year.
Authorities are taking action to “secure possession” of an Ipswich park after travellers set up camp.
A tormented mother living in Bramford Road with her two young children has been woken on an almost nightly basis by a tinny, distant rendition of ‘It’s Raining, It’s Pouring’.
Prices for using sports facilities run by the council in Ipswich could increase later this year as part of measures to combat an income shortfall, it has emerged.
The use of body-worn cameras has led to a dramatic reduction on the number of assaults on traffic wardens in Ipswich.
Plans are underway to fill two empty stores at one of Ipswich’s key retail parks – but mystery still surrounds who the occupants may be.
Fresh questions have been raised over plans to convert an empty Ipswich care home into temporary accommodation, after costs escalated by £600,000.
Dozens of treasured Ipswich buildings will be throwing open their doors to the public next month, as the Ipswich Heritage Open Days return.
An Ipswich pub will serve alcohol from 6am next Sunday to cater for thirsty Norwich City fans travelling down for the big derby clash.
Name of Applicant: East of England Co-operative Society Limited Name of Premises: East of England Co-op Foodstore Postal Address of Premises (or description of premises): 28 Hening Avenue, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP3 9QJ
If you heard the bang and fizz of fireworks but didn’t see them you probably missed the first day of the Ipswich Maritime Festival.
The eighth annual One Big Multicultural Festival will be held on Sunday September 2 in Ipswich’s Alexandra Park.
Community charity Groundwork East - which creates green spaces - has been nominated for the FM World Not-for-Profit Business of the Year Award at the SME national awards.
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