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Police are investigating a report of a serious sexual assault at the Latitude Festival in Henham.
Police want to hear from witnesses after a man in his 20s suffered a head injury following an assault in Haverhill.
A missing man from Leiston has been spotted on dash cam footage after going missing from his family home.
Coastguard teams, police helicopters and a fire service drone have joined the search for Brian Nunn from Leiston, who has been missing since Friday.
Amateur athletes laced up their running shoes to take part in a special race to mark the fifth anniversary of the Great Run Local Southwold.
A charity chief will attempt to visit 50 churches around the country in just 50 hours to raise funds in a bid to fight heritage crime.
Today we take a trip down memory lane to Downing School in 1977.
Football writer Carl Marston has visited 120 Football League grounds over the last 30 years, many of them reporting on Ipswich. Here he puts his on best clothes for trips to Meadow Lane
It's the craze which has been sweeping social media - so we've used Face App to age the current stars of Ipswich Town and take a peek at what they could look as veterans.
Ipswich Town boss Paul Lambert is keen to sign an experienced central defender given he is unsure whether youngsters Luke Woolfenden and Corrie Ndaba are ready to start for the Blues.
Every week during the off-season, we're bringing you a video series looking at the A-Z of Ipswich Town history - and today we've reached the letter S.
Ipswich Town boss Paul Lambert has insisted QPR's valuation of Alan Judge 'is absolutely nowhere near' a level that would make the Blues consider cashing in on their playmaker.
Ipswich Town boss Paul Lambert likes what he's seen of trialist James Wilson but insists the defender still has plenty to prove if he is to win a contract this summer.
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As the sun sets on Latitude for another year, the festival director reflects on an unforgettable weekend of music which has been the "biggest in history".
It was anything but Summertime Sadness as thousands of festival-goers enjoyed the final day of Latitude Festival.
A group of Bury St Edmunds power workers raised around £1,500 for charity after cycling more than 100 miles in tribute to a former colleague.
Children's dreams came true at a family festival at Trinity Park in Ipswich over the weekend.
Police and ambulance crews are at the scene of a crash in St Andrew's Road, Felixstowe.
As a teacher and the mum of an autistic son, Georgina Hanser had clear views on how to help young adults with disabilities - and 18 months ago she launched a new project to do just that.
Next weekend will mark the end of an era for a popular Bury St Edmunds shoe shop which has served generations of people in the town over nearly 66 years.
Wildlife experts from the region say research into the effects of gamebirds is required.
An event held in Suffolk this week sought to encourage house builders and construction firms to factor nature into their plans from the start.
The RSPCA charity and animal rights organisation PETA have joined the debate about the dyed pink sheep at the Latitude Festival.
Festival-goers donned their Handbags and Gladrags for the second day of Latitude Festival.
With a voice beyond his years and pop anthems you can't help but dance along to, George Ezra was on top form as he took to The Obelisk Arena stage for a crowd-pleasing headline set.
Tomorrow families in Ipswich have the chance to enjoy a free concert which is supporting the Inside Out charity and promoting Elmer's Big Parade Suffolk.
Over just five years her ocean liner collided with warship, Titanic sank, and her hospital ship hit a mine and sank off Greece
After the Strachans sold up their dairy herd a few years ago, they knew they had to look at other options for the farm.
East Anglia is producing some top quality wines, but planting a vineyard isn't a challenge to be entered into lightly, an Essex farming couple warned following a major investment in the business.
Little Leaders Childcare in Ipswich and Framlingham is shunning plastic toys and leading the way on sustainability