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Three men were detained and searched after fake bank notes were used on a train to try to buy tickets.

His shock death has left a community “beside themselves with grief”, due to the transformative impact he had on his school and its students.

A rider has been arrested on suspicion of drug-driving after traffic police officers stopped a quad bike in Beck Row.

Commuters have been warned that trains between Ipswich and Felixstowe could be delayed or cancelled due to signalling problems on the rail line.

Emotional tributes have been paid following the shock death of a transformative headteacher who inspired generations of young people.

A new housing estate of up to 190 homes looks set to be built - despite neighbours’ fears their town will struggle to cope with a large increase in residents.

A building in an Ipswich street could be demolished to make way for five new homes - despite neighbours’ fears about parking.

Most people would find organising one charity fundraiser exhausting enough. But not content with arranging just one event in aid Cancer Research UK, Pam Lugg and Carol Sephton have set up a whole catalogue of events - saying that helping others keeps them going.

It might not seem like the most likely place to make a fresh start and begin to turn your life around after a period of desperate hardship. But one man left homeless by a family breakdown has spoken movingly of how starting a new life in Ipswich saved him from a bleak future.

Ipswich Town supporters will play such a vital role in the club’s fightback after relegation they will be like the “12th player on the field”, leading supporters have said.

This was the scene after youths lit a fire - causing damage to part of a Suffolk forest.

A car was caught travelling at more than 30mph over the legal speed limit at a police checkpoint near a Suffolk village.

It is often said that when times get tough, you know who your true friends are.

Temperatures in Suffolk dropped to well below freezing again overnight – making it the coldest April night for six years.

A car was seized when stopped by police outside Ipswich Town’s Portman Road ground after the driver failed to produce a licence and insurance.

A former Ipswich care home deemed “not fit for purpose” could be turned into accommodation for growing numbers of University of Suffolk students.

These are some of Suffolk’s most inspiring young people - as highlighted by a popular awards.

Residents have been reportedly “cut off” from the outside world after parts of their Suffolk village were said to have been left without a phone connection for days.

Transforming a house into 14 flats could “destroy” a quiet corner of Christchurch Park, residents fear - despite a developer’s assurance it would not affect the area.

Garages behind a row of shops in Ipswich are to be demolished - so they can replaced with better alternatives.

Villagers in Woolpit have been warned of a fortnight of disruption when a section of a road is dug up for drainage works.

A knife was seized at a railway station after police were called to reports of drug-taking.

They have battled against the likes of depression and learning difficulties - but now young people are to be recognised at an awards ceremony for how they have overcome life’s setbacks.

Part of a town centre road has been closed for the majority of a day so that emergency repairs can be carried out.

A trouble-hit suburb of Ipswich plagued with anti-social behaviour is not getting its fair share of police resources compared to other parts of the town, the area’s MP has claimed.

A fight between a group of young people left a teenager with bruising to the eye, police have said.

For many years, a rise in drink-driving was the scourge of police and other road users. But now, while drink-driving is still a major problem which traffic officers are tackling, statistics show it seems to be rapidly being overtaken by drug-driving.

A home could become a house of multiple occupancy after a bid was made to convert it into 14 flats.

Teenagers from an Ipswich school have been trained make friends with elderly dementia sufferers as part of a bid to “create the best intergenerational scheme in the country”.

An iconic ‘floating restaurant’ on Ipswich Waterfront is to get a £200,000 revamp from a prominent French chef.

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