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Residents of villages to the north of Ipswich have been left feeling cut off after Network Rail closed both roads to the area to work on the track.

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Firefighters have tackled a kitchen blaze in Ipswich - which is thought to have started when a dishwasher caught fire.


Four fire crews are at the scene of a fire in King's Forest near Bury St Edmunds.


One of the region's MPs has entered the race to succeed Theresa May as leader of the Conservative Party.


An Essex firm has been fined following the death of a concrete worker at the Port of Felixstowe in 2015.


Two illegal immigrants who were arrested following the discovery of a large cannabis factory in a small village on the Norfolk/Suffolk border have each been jailed for 20 months.

People travelling on train services across Suffolk during the Bank Holiday weekend face disruption due to engineering works.

Ipswich Town


Over the course of the off-season, we'll be bringing you some superb nostalgia videos looking at the A-Z of Ipswich Town.

A number of ex-Ipswich Town players have already celebrated promotion and/or personal awards in 2018/19, with several more involved in the three Football League Play-Off Finals this weekend. STUART WATSON documents the former Blues who have enjoyed successful seasons.

Yesterday, 16:32

Ipswich Town have announced they will be signing giant goalkeeper Tomas Holy when his contract at Gillingham expires.

Yesterday, 15:03

Ipswich Town will start their pre-season campaign with a game against German club SC Paderborn 07, at the Biekra Sportpark in Bielefeld, on Saturday, July 6 (3pm ko).

Yesterday, 14:11

Ipswich Town teenager Idris El Mizouni has been named in the senior Tunisia squad for the first time.

Yesterday, 11:00

Goalkeeper Tomas Holy has agreed to join Ipswich Town and could complete his move as early as today, we understand.

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A new small animals veterinary centre has opened in the heart of Bury St Edmuunds.

It's a brand which has come a long way since being famous for its frothy pints downed by men in tweed jackets and bowler hats. Caroline Culot spoke to the man who's helped spearhead the evolution of Adnams over the past 25 years

Yesterday, 19:52

A family-run Suffolk housebuilder is waving goodbye to one of its longest-serving employees in the company's history.

Demand for storage is on the up, stoked by a rise in internet businesses, according to an Ipswich storage rental firm.

Keen gardeners will get a chance to talk to the experts at this year's Suffolk Show.

EA Life


Phillip Ainsworth is Chief Executive of the Suffolk Agricultural Association, based at Trinity Park, Ipswich. He joined the Association in January 2016 having spent the previous 18 years or so in the NHS. Whilst the Association is best known for delivering the Annual Suffolk Show, (the largest event of its kind in Suffolk) it also provides a number of educational activities for school children helping them to learn about food, drink, farming and the wider countryside. Trinity Park also welcomes many other visitors through the year to other events, many of which are organised for fundraising purposes by other charities. Phillip talks to Gina Long, MBE

Yesterday, 18:00

The business on St John's Street, Bury St Edmunds, replaces The Snug, which shut in the town earlier this month.

Yesterday, 16:34

Steve Anglesey finds out how Harry, Duke of Grafton, came to bring the much loved Red Rooster festival to the grounds of Euston Hall...

Drink unlimited prosecco with your two course mid-morning meal at The Northgate.

Man who led The Abbey school, Woodbridge, for 18 years was 'driven by values of kindness, compassion, patience and integrity'


What's On

Paul Jones, of The Manfreds, is back in Suffolk. We spoke to him about his love of life on the road and the joy he finds in performing live.


It's 25 years since Four Weddings and a Funeral and The Vicar of Dibley both burst on to our screens. Next month, another Richard Curtis film is about to be released, Yesterday, which was filmed in Norfolk and Suffolk.

Yesterday, 19:00

Suffolk's Red Rooster Festival continues to attract the best in roots and Americana music from both sides of the Atlantic. We spoke to headliner Nick Lowe about his new roots band Los Straitjackets

Televisions will be set up around the Suffolk Show this year, playing a key role in helping visitors to find the right location and learn more about what's going on.

A charity is aiming to bring young people together to talk about careers and mental health challenges as a young fashion brand owner shares his story at the Suffolk Show.

The Colchester Military Wives Choir will be joined by the Amici Mixed Choir and the Bao-Lai Junior High School Chorus at a concert in Colchester.

Colchester United

Mon, 11:01

Mikael Mandron and Ryan Gondoh will both leave Colchester United this summer.

Sunday, May 19, 2019

Colchester United favourite, Sammie Szmodics, could well be on his way to Bristol City.

Friday, May 10, 2019

Colchester United correspondent CARL MARSTON casts his eye over the 2018-19 season, which saw the U's finish just one point outside the play-offs

Colchester United boss, John McGreal, is committed to helping his team "get stronger" to mount another promotion push next season, and this time hopefully a successful one.

Sammie Szmodics might well have played his last game for Colchester United, but it is a game he will never forget.

Football can be a very cruel game - just ask any Colchester United player, or supporter, after a roller coaster ride at Sincil Bank.