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Ipswich Town footballer Jordan Roberts has been hit with six penalty points on his licence for driving at more than twice the speed limit near the club’s Portman Road ground.

A group of travellers have been kicked off land at the entrance to a Suffolk village after setting up camp almost four months ago.

A man has appeared in court accused of breaking into Ipswich Hospital and stealing two computers worth £1,000.

Auditors have recommended Suffolk police officers fill out a standard form for disclosing a relationship at work.

Distribution of an opioid overdose antidote credited with saving lives has increased tenfold in Suffolk.

An ex-footballer who blazed a trail as Chelsea’s first black player will be appearing at an inaugural community event in Ipswich next month.

A former police chief inspector, who spearheaded a national crime crackdown, has blamed rising levels of metal theft on changing enforcement priorities.

A second Instagram account launched under the identity of a convicted murderer has been removed from the social media site.

The words of murdered teenager Tavis Spencer-Aitkens’ mother highlight a growing urgency to end rising levels of knife crime.

A reformed gangster who survived seven stabbings and nearly lost a leg to drugs believes many of today’s safeguarding policies should be consigned to a drawer and forgotten about.

Prison chiefs have launched an urgent probe into how a murderer was able to use social media from his jail cell while on trial for killing an Ipswich teenager.

Ipswich’s policing commander has condemned gang culture for robbing childhoods and sending lives spiralling out of control.

This is the moment police divers retrieved a knife from the River Gipping, eight days after Tavis Spencer-Aitkens was stabbed to death in Packard Avenue on June 2 last year.

The final defendant in the Tavis Spencer-Aitkens trial has been convicted of murder.

During the trial of six men accused of killing Tavis Spencer-Aitkens, the media was prohibited from linking to music videos produced by members of the JBlock gang under the name YTBYTN.

The murder of Tavis Spencer-Aitkens, according to prosecutors, was the result of a bitter rivalry between the JBlock gang from the Jubilee Park area of Ipswich and the Neno gang, from the Nacton area of Ipswich.

These are the faces of two young men found guilty of murdering Ipswich teenager Tavis Spencer-Aitkens.

Jurors have returned with more verdicts in the Tavis Spencer-Aitkens murder trial - clearing one of the defendants of murder but finding him guilty of manslaughter.

A career huntsman has been convicted of killing a fox for sport, in what is thought to be a landmark case for Suffolk.

A huntsman accused of illegally pursuing a fox has blamed activists for causing the animal’s death in Suffolk woodland.

A Suffolk builder has agreed to stop trading until further notice in return for a waiver from prosecution for fraud.

Two men have gone on trial for allegedly assaulting a hunt saboteur after a fox was killed by hounds on a Suffolk estate.

One day in every working month was lost to police officer sickness last year as psychological disorders accounted for a third of absence within Suffolk’s force.

An Ipswich man has been charged with two counts of arson following fires at a acupuncture centre and a Turkish restaurant.

A drink-driver who crashed into a building after stocking up on alcohol at her local shop has been banned from the road for two years.

Residents of a Suffolk town are being warned off buying from ‘Nottingham knockers’ following local reports of unwelcome house calls.

A professional gambler, who staked his freedom on driving while disqualified, has been convicted of the offence for a second time.

With children across the county dressing up for World Book Day this week, parents and carers are being offered some advice on ensuring costumes are free from hazards.

A shipment of hoverboards has been detained at the Port of Felixstowe.

A drink and drug fuelled driver whose dangerous manoeuvring caused a three-car collision could face imprisonment next month.

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