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Fans joined players in 1978 at Portman Road to celebrate Ipswich Town’s biggest success for 16 years.

Felixstowe’s main town centre shopping area has been closed off to traffic for the foreseeable future – to make life safer for visitors.

EDF Energy has applied to the Environment Agency for three environmental permits required to operate Sizewell C.

A day out at the seaside, a big parade, funfair, music and entertainment, and colourful carnival capers – what more could you want?

Felixstowe’s main town centre shopping area has been closed off to traffic for the foreseeable future – to make life safer for visitors.

Felixstowe’s amusement park has existed on its seafront site for 88 years – providing family fun for daytrippers and holidaymakers for generations.

Huge crowds and plenty of excitement usually accompany royal visits, though some occasions are more low key and away from the public eye.

Suffolk’s senior Church of England clergyman is encouraging parishes to adopt a “cautious reopening process” following the news that churches can hold public worship and weddings from this weekend.

It seems hard to believe that it’s 28 years since the opening of the Buttermarket shopping complex in the heart of Ipswich town centre.

Another important step has taken place in the bid to build a new £20billion nuclear power station on the Suffolk coast.

There was fun for all ages as Ipswich held an event to showcase the opportunities for sport and play across the town.

Royal visitors always bring great excitement – and huge crowds to see them.

A huge empty office block which was to be turned into nearly 200 new homes is being demolished – to make way for a distribution centre.

Forty areas across east Suffolk are being allowed to ‘re-wild’ - with weeds, grasses and wildlflowers allowed to grow uncut to attract wildlife.

It’s less than three weeks to go until the winners of our competition highlighting the county’s best lockdown gardens are announced.

Entries are now closed for our Lockdown Gardens competition – and the judge faces a tough task to choose the winners.

Avocets – one of the best-known symbols of Suffolk – could see a rise in numbers if plans for a new 74-acre bird breeding area on the county’s coast are given the go-ahead.

Approval has been given for nine new homes to be built at a “gateway” site into a town and close to an accident blackspot.

Campaigners are urging villagers to make their views known over proposals for 340 new homes with the deadline to comment fast approaching.

Revellers are being urged to stage their own seaside carnival frolics – and to share them in an online event.

Preparations are under way for a Black Lives Matter protest in Felixstowe next weekend.

Emergency services were called to a house in Ipswich today after reports that a person was trapped under a wardrobe.

Bob Crowley’s wife Julie McCreadie – who worked for many years at the East Anglian Daily Times and was Suffolk Mercury series editor – lost her battle with vascular dementia on Valentine’s Day last year, at the age of 72.

Moves to close off part of Felixstowe town centre to traffic for the months ahead have been criticised for removing the resort’s “shop window” to visitors.

Beaches, parks and popular walks are expected to be busy again today – with wall-to-wall sunshine forecast and temperatures heading for the mid-20Cs.

Coronavirus lockdown restrictions have revealed drug dens which police did not know existed.

Community leaders have given the go-ahead for new homes to be built in front of one of the best-known landmarks on the Felixstowe peninsula.

Community leaders have voiced concerns that proposals to transform a huge redundant factory into a new multi-purpose business complex could lead to large numbers of heavy goods lorries going past homes.

Health bosses have objected to proposals for a new “care village” near Woodbridge, saying doctors’ surgeries in the area would not be able to cope with the influx of elderly people.

Organisers of a venture to use of one of Felixstowe’s biggest buildings, the former ‘millionaires hotel’ Harvest House, as the resort’s newest wedding venue have just one last hurdle to overcome.

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