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John Norman finishes his story about the enterprise behind the first flat-packaged patio set for Tesco.
The Ladies in Property Suffolk group has organised a seventh networking event, on Tuesday May 8, 2018 at Ipswich Town Hall from 5.30pm to 7.30pm.
The Open Air Cinema will be returning to Ipswich’s Christchurch Park this summer with three movies on offer to treat film fans.
A Ipswich takeaway restaurant boss has been fined for selling food and drink after hours.
William Lovell was the chief librarian with the East Anglian Daily Times Company for several decades.
Free first aid courses are being offered in Ipswich to show people how to save a baby’s life.
Half a century – that’s the amount of time that one carpenter has worked for Ipswich Borough Council.
A 16-year-old boy has been arrested in connection with the stabbing of another teenager in Ipswich.
Tributes have been paid to a “pioneering” Suffolk writer – best known for his walking guides around the county – who has died at the age of 90.
An Ipswich convenience store’s licence to sell alcohol has been revoked – just weeks after its manager was handed a suspended prison sentence for dealing in illegal tobacco.
Two former Suffolk care homes have been sold for a combined total of around £3million, it has been announced.
Clouds of colour were expected to flood an Ipswich park today to celebrate the arrival of spring – but rain clouds instead put a put a dampener on proceedings.
Campaign launched in Ravenswood, Ipswich, to protect nesting skylarks
Ipswich Borough Council have confirmed that the caravans have now moved on.
The Great East Run is just six months away and reaching capacity – with less than 500 places remaining for the big race this Autumn.
Community leaders have backed outline plans for nearly 2,000 homes on Ipswich’s northern fringe – with the final decision expected to be made later this year by a senior council officer.
Ransomes Europark could be in for another boost if a new climbing and activity complex for thrillseekers is given the green light by planners.
High profile sporting events in Suffolk last year helped more than 27,000 people in the county into exercise and boosted the economy by more than £4.5million last year, according to a new report.
Development for the Ipswich Northern Fringe is set to take a step closer on Wednesday as outline plans for nearly 2,000 homes are expected to be approved.
A group of travellers have arrived in Ipswich and the borough council says it will take “all the necessary and normal steps” to remove them.
A junior football club manager has warned declining popularity of the game among children in Ipswich could leave parts of the town with no pitches to play on.
Divers found a haul of rubbish during a clean-up of the River Gipping in Ipswich – including 32 shopping trolleys, 21 bikes and a lawnmower.
Special events have been planned for young people over the Easter holidays at Ipswich’s museums, swimming pools and parks.
Cyclists are getting pumped for a summer sports spectacular which will take competitors on a scenic tour of Suffolk.
Ipswich Borough Council said that the pools will need to be thoroughly cleaned.
Babergh District Council has the third highest gender pay gap of all local authorities in the country to have submitted their results so far, according to latest figures.
Businesses and other organisations are being urged to raise money to help a Suffolk-based charity which each year provides thousands of food parcels to people in crisis.
Eastern Enterprise Hub is looking to unearth the next generation of entrepreneurs as it opens recruitment for its popular Ipswich Entrepreneur programme.
Suffolk County Councillor Kathy Bole will be putting on a brave new look to her colleagues at Thursday’s full meeting of the authority in Ipswich.
The long-serving former Suffolk county organiser of the Women’s Royal Voluntary Service has died at the age of 93.
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