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Soon you will be able to experience a dish from all over the world without even leaving Ipswich.
A new buffet restaurant, which will be called The Spoon World Buffet, is set to open at the old Iceland supermarket premises on St Matthew’s street.
It is unclear when the new eatery will open after many delays in 2017.
Suffolk’s first ever cannabis lounge opened its doors this week in Eagle Street in Ipswich.
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The lounge which is called Green Man Compassion sells a range of cannabis derived products, including oils, pastes and powders containing CBD, a non-psychoactive constituent of cannabis.
Owner Darryl Noe says it’s all legal and above board.
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Suffolk boy Ed Sheeran is returning home to put on two headline gigs.
The singer songwriter will be performing next Summer at Ipswich’s Chantry Park.
The gigs will take place on the August 23 and 24 – a Friday and Saturday night.
A family has gained their fifth generation and first boy.
Ezra Andrews entered the world on September 2 at Ipswich Hospital.
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The Boot in Freston no longer accepts cash payments.
The pub is the first in the UK to go cashless so customers must pay by card of phone.
The 1530s pub had been derelict for nine years before new landlord Mike Keen took it on and refurbished it.