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Terry Hunt

The St John Ambulance service is offering free heart massage lessons in Ipswich this weekend.

Bucklesham is celebrating the installation of its new defibrillator - after being inspired to get one by former EADT editor Terry Hunt’s fundraising campaign.

A village is set to get a fourth defibrillator after a landlord saved the life of a man who suffered a heart attack in his pub.

Terry Hunt says the alarm bells are ringing at Portman Road... Very loudly now!

Ipswich Town host Brentford at Portman Road tomorrow night. Midfielder Cole Skuse spoke to the media earlier today about his recent head injury, the winless start and his role as a senior player.

Terry Hunt, an Ipswich Town fan for more than 50 years, pays tribute to Kevin Beattie, the club’s greatest-ever player

Terry Hunt looks back at Town’s defeat to Hull. Is it time to panic?

After his life was saved by a paramedic and a member of the public, ex-East Anglian Daily Times editor Terry Hunt is taking on a 60-mile trek to buy more defibrillators for Suffolk.

Suffolk tennis legend Joan Hassell is preparing for her 60th Framlingham tournament. Oh, and she also happens to be a world champion. Terry Hunt talked to her ahead of the 2018 event, which runs next week

The former editor of the East Anglian Daily Times and Ipswich Star says he was given “a second chance at life” thanks to the life-saving skills of a paramedic and a passer-by who rushed to his aid when he suffered a cardiac arrest.

Ipswich has today formally submitted a bid to be the home of one of Channel Four’s “creative hubs” developing programmes for the national broadcaster.

Terry Hunt reflects on a final day with the mood now transformed at Portman Road

The years rolled away this weekend. There was a feeling of the 1970s in the air as the New Wolsey Theatre premiered Our Blue Heaven, its musical celebration of Ipswich Town’s May 1978 FA Cup win over Arsenal.

Agent Klug’s operation win back hearts and minds was a major success.

Ipswich Town’s season ended with a 2-2 home draw with Middlesbrough today. STUART WASTON gives his thoughts.

Terry Hunt, an Ipswich Town fan for 50 years, looks back at the FA Cup Final of 1978 on the 40th anniversary of the Blues beating Arsenal 1-0 at Wembley.

In his weekly look at the sporting world, Mike Bacon loves non-league football, takes a look at Carter/O’Sullivangate and why it’s all smiles with the Osmonds – and Klopp

Bike sharing has arrived in Ipswich, but how does it all work? Here are details on how to get on the road.

It’s time for Ipswich Town fans to put their money where their mouths are ahead of the early bird deadline for 2018/19 season tickets expiring at 12 noon tomorrow.

A diverse range of businesses were represented at the meeting for the event which is held in aid of the St Elizabeth Hospice.

Work to redevelop Ipswich Cornhill has taken a significant step forward with the delivery of a new underground tank for the water feature at the heart of the revamped town centre.

Northstander, Terry Hunt, casts his eye over another ‘sterile’ Town performance and more stick for Mick

Deep down, both parties knew it was over for while. Now the break-up has been confirmed, the question is whether it can end on good terms.

Northstander, Terry Hunt, looks at the farcical situation he feels has developed at Portman Road since the announcement of Mick McCarthy leaving at the end of the season.

Business and political leaders have called for a swift decision on the future of the Ipswich Toys R Us store which is due to close within the next six weeks.

Family-run pork business wins Producer of the Year 2018.

Terry Hunt is still waiting to see his first Town goal of 2018. But he knows it’s his own fault!

New uses are being sought for some of the most prominent unused buildings in the town centre as the Ipswich Vision partners prepare to move ahead with the regeneration of the town.

It’s a great win at Preston, of course it is, but why oh why is Mick seemingly so unwilling to go for the jugular?, writes Terry Hunt

A former Ipswich pub which served punters for more than 500 years could be about to pour the pints again, as plans to re-open its doors have emerged.

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