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Jo Flack is spearheading a fundraising campaign for a cause close to her heart. And if she succeeds, it could transform the life chances of vulnerable young people. Sheena Grant reports.

David McGoldrick reflected on a satisfactory night for himself and Ipswich Town, after he scored both goals in the Blues’ 2-0 Carabao Cup win at Luton Town.

A 61-year-old Ipswich man has been banned from keeping animals after horses he owned were found hungry, dehydrated and diseased.

Can you see anything wrong with these roads? In most cases Suffolk County Council’s highways team says they are fine and there are no plans to make any repairs.

Enough is enough – that’s the message from frustrated Colchester residents after a retail development the borough council spent £160,000 fighting was given the green light.

I was idling in the belvedere the other morning, gazing out over the rooftops, listening to the distant racket of the weekly rubbish collection, when it dawned upon me how much rubbish collections have changed, writes Martin Newell.

Come on Town, give us all something to shout about again!

A Suffolk man has said he would rather die than face trial in America for charges of cyber-hacking, which could see him locked up for decades.

Summer signing Joe Garner scored his sixth goal of pre-season as Ipswich Town defeated Colchester United, 1-0, in a friendly at the Weston Homes Community Stadium on Tuesday evening.

A “sadistic” Essex woman who forced children to fight each other for food and threw them across the room as part of a “game” has been jailed for four years.

That’s the view of regional electricity distributor UK Power Networks (UKPN) which has set out plans for how to meet growing demands on the system from trends such as electric vehicles, “smart” home appliances and renewable energy production.

Suffolk’s countryside is now home to dozens of so-called ‘mega-farms’ thanks to a boom in intensive poultry farming, we can reveal today.

Daniel Bell-Drummond hit 90 not out from 55 balls to steer Kent Spitfires to a seven-wicket NatWest T20 Blast win over Essex Eagles in Beckenham.

The UK poultry sector turned out in force for Cobb Europe’s annual charity shoot in aid of Papworth Hospital in Cambridge. which is now in its seventh year.

A livestock farmer has been left shocked and dismayed after the water feed to one of his cattle troughs was interfered with on two occasions during the recent heatwave, leaving his animals in a distressed state.

Women should feel free to breast feed their baby in public without fear - that is the message being pushed by parents and professionals in Suffolk this week.

From dangerous crossings to confusing part-time pedestrian zones, disability groups have identified a range of issues that could be improved in Bury St Edmunds.

The marquee event was held today amid fears the village will soon resemble a “concrete jungle” due to a planned housing estate.

British Airways apparently had rather a sticky time of it last bank holiday, writes Martin Newell.

A Suffolk academic has described how young voters angry at leaving the EU and buoyed by the promise of free tuition – may have swung the election towards a Labour resurgence.

Ipswich Town managing director Ian Milne says the club’s hierarchy have listened to the concerns of supporters and ex-players regarding a lack of entertainment value at Portman Road.

East Anglia has some great lakes and rivers where you can set up, sit back and enjoy a spot of fishing, so with the season underway we have put together a selection of top locations to try across Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex.


Thursday, June 1, 2017

Some of the UK’s greatest contemporary artists are being brought together for a two gallery exhibition to raise money for breast cancer research.

Spectacle counts for a lot these days. Blockbusters claim more media attention than ever before which means that smaller, quirkier films often slip passed unnoticed. Arts editor Andrew Clarke presents a series of idiosyncratic suggestions for movies which may entertain if you are in the mood for something different.

Sitting on sofas arranged in a circle in the back room of a cosy café, everyone was asked to share why they had come along. Reasons ranged from bereavement, existential pondering, professional purposes and just pure curiosity.

A Colchester man has been convicted of conspiring to murder his stepfather in a dispute over his inheritance.

An animal lover who travelled hundreds of miles from her Suffolk home to give a new life to an unwanted breeding dog has launched an appeal to help pay for veterinary care.

Suffolk Young Farmers on why they love the Suffolk Show and selfies with Prince Harry - and meet the farmer’s daughter born on Suffolk Show day

Breaking Bad fans, Roger Hermiston and Eileen Wise, were touring New Mexico when they stopped off in the show’s home town of Albuquerque for a special tour of the programme’s top locations.

Ian Brady tortured and murdered five children in the 1960s with his then-girlfriend Myra Hindley.

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