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Do you remember when Freddos cost just 10p? Well this week is your chance to step back in time thanks to Tesco.
Fed-up neighbours in Ravenswood have been on the receiving end of an unusual version of knock-down ginger - with nuisance thieves ringing their bells before making off with them.
A new ‘Giving Hub’ based at a café on Ipswich Waterfront has seen lots of grateful visitors on its first weekend, including members of the homeless community.
A school boy from Ipswich is delighted after his fundraising sweet stall for the town museum’s famous woolly mammoth was a roaring success.
A woman who nearly died after suffering a major cardiac arrest at a cafe has thanked those who gave her the “chance of a second life” after rallying round to rescue her.
Today’s flooding in Southwold has made for some dramatic pictures, even the Chairman of Suffolk County Council has been tweeting photos of the scenes that unfolded.
Felixstowe Ferry fell victim to the coastal floods this afternoon - hours before high tide even hit.
James Smith, a reception pupil at Witnesham Primary School, has taken on the mammoth task of raising money for Ipswich Museum.
Shoppers across Suffolk have voiced their disbelief as Valentine’s cards and Easter eggs have appeared on supermarket shelves.
Blockbuster movies and fantastic live entertainment have helped the Regal Theatre in Stowmarket make 2018 their best year ever.
How well do you remember the big stories of 2018? Do any of our photographs jog your memory?
New mums are using virtual ‘friends’ for support, advice and companionship, it has been revealed.
From high winds controversially shutting the Orwell Bridge, to the Beast From the East causing chaos, 2018 certainly wasn’t a quiet year weather-wise.
Today eagle-eyed sale shoppers in Ipswich town centre may have spotted some blue scribbles on the new Cornhill monument.
It has been a controversial year for the revamped Cornhill but tonight a special gathering celebrated the new monument, otherwise known as ‘Cornhenge’.
Members of the Suffolk Rocks and Felixstowe Finds Facebook groups have been impressing us with their festive rocks decorated for Christmas.
Superheroes and famous faces from the world of sci-fi came together for a comic convention in Ipswich.
Prestigious Essex Turkey producers KellyBronze have released a video showing aspiring BBQ chefs how to cook their bird on the coals this Christmas.
One Ipswich couple have taken the antics of their naughty elves to an impressive new level.
Enthusiastic anti-Brexit campaigners were out in force in Ipswich today, encouraging others to speak out about the controversial plans being put forward by PM Theresa May.
Have they been set up to house druids flocking to Ipswich to worship at “Corn Henge”? Or are they there to cover up the fountains?
Gin lovers rejoice, there is something very special for you to look forward to in Ipswich next year.
Whether it’s your puppy dressed in a Santa outfit, or your cat wearing a Christmassy collar, we want to see your pictures.
Drivers have taken to social media to vent their frustration over the gridlock in Ipswich town centre last night after rush hour traffic was brought to a grinding halt.
Christmas jumper season is almost upon us which means it’s nearly time to support those in need and look totally festive at the same time.
As temperatures take a dip, homelessness is at the forefront of everyone’s mind as they imagine what it would be like to live on the street.
Children in Ipswich are bubbling with excitement as Santa and Rudolph prepare to set off on the first of their Rudolph Run routes.
It’s the news that families across Ipswich have been waiting for. Children bursting with excitement about Christmas want to know when Santa and Rudolph will be paying a visit to their part of town.
December is finally here and it can only mean one thing - Santa is on his way.
Have you heard about the man from Ipswich who gets ready for Christmas on October 1? Or the woman that brings a smile to people’s faces with her festive creations year-round?
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