Andrew Papworth

Ipswich Town’s Cole Skuse will be an “inspiration to students” when he turns his hand to teaching after joining the staff at St Joseph’s College, the school has said.

Ipswich MP Tom Hunt has said he hopes Suffolk will be kept in Tier 1 in England’s upcoming coronavirus winter plan – but has warned: “This isn’t the end of the struggle.”

Relaxed coronavirus rules which could see 4,000 Ipswich Town fans allowed back at Portman Road after a nine-month absence have been welcomed - but some “unanswered questions” remain, supporters have warned.

Crowds of 4,000 will be allowed at sporting venues in low-risk areas from next month - bringing hope that Ipswich Town fans could soon see action at Portman Road again.

These are 20 of Ipswich Town’s best and long-serving fans - who were rewarded for their years of support by becoming Blues mascots for the day.

Parents at Ipswich’s Cliff Lane Primary fundraised to add more than 100 books to the school’s library - as part of a teacher’s exciting vision to further boost children’s reading.

A “pressure to increase profits” motivated Suffolk firm Celotex to fast-track a manipulated test of insulation used on Grenfell Tower, an inquiry into the tragedy has heard.

Pupils at Bury St Edmunds’ Tollgate Primary School have been donated hi-vis kit bags by a housebuilder as part of a campaign to improve road safety.

Jobcentres across East Anglia are to recruit 170 “work coaches” to help people find work during the coronavirus crisis.

A 19-year-old fell off a moped and broke his leg in a “nasty collision” with a car in Clacton.

Ormiston Sudbury Academy has announced that it will be closed to all Year 7 pupils on Thursday (November 19) after a member of tested positive for coronavirus.

A marketing manager has been questioned over claims a Suffolk firm produced “misleading” materials about flammable insulation used on Grenfell Tower.

Shops in Ipswich need certainty over what will happen when the second coronavirus lockdown ends on December 2 - so they can prepare for “crucial” Christmas trading, a town centre leader has said.

A teacher who has been “instrumental” in helping a school in Ipswich achieve its best-ever attainment results has been appointed as its new principal.

Aldi will continue to search for a site to build its second Bury St Edmunds supermarket - after being forced to abandon multi-million pound plans for a new food store near Moreton Hall.

Housing secretary Robert Jenrick has expressed “shock” at claims of “dishonest” acts by a Suffolk firm which made flammable insulation on Grenfell Tower.

A Suffolk firm was “dishonest” by “over-engineering” a cladding fire safety test to achieve a pass for its insulation product, a former worker has told the inquiry into the Grenfell Tower tragedy.

Ipswich children are helping to start new libraries for underprivileged children in Africa - by packaging up nearly 20,000 books in a project led by Blues legend Simon Milton.

Suffolk and Essex ports have been given a total of more than £500,000 to avoid disruption caused by Brexit.

It can be one of the most debilitating injuries we can face – not only causing pain and suffering, but affecting your personality and even the ability to lead a normal life.

The original typed script has been donated by Manningtree actor David Webb, who starred in the classic sitcom, for Griff Rhys Jones’ Celebrity Bottom Drawer auction.

A rare, undiscovered original John Constable painting of Dedham Vale previously dismissed as a fake could fetch up to £150,000 at auction – after investigations showed its true identity.

The team of six Detective Constables and one Detective Sergeant - supported by two police staff investigators and a digital support officer - have been given the core aim of stopping serious and organised gangs in their tracks.

Hundreds of pupils are planting 11,000 daffodil bulbs at Ipswich High School in a bid to create a “stunning spectacle” for spring.

A dog left “broken-hearted” when his owner died and his “whole world turned upside down” can finally look forward to a happy future - after finding a new home.

Discovering your daughter has been the victim of a violent sexual assault is one of the most heart-breaking situations a parent could ever face.

A sales manager for Suffolk firm Celotex and the makers of flammable insulation used on Grenfell Tower has admitted its marketing was misleading, the inquiry into the fire has heard.

Nightmare roadworks which have caused traffic delays for two years in Colchester town centre are tantalisingly moving a step closer to completion.

Colchester Zoo has said the second coronavirus lockdown “may prove too much” - warning that it may not survive the “devastation” of the crisis.

Suffolk artist Maggi Hambling has hit back at critics who said her new statue celebrating feminist icon Mary Wollstonecraft was “disrespectful” for depicting a woman naked.

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