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Grundisburgh boss Mickey Squirrell admits his side’s long tenure in the Suffolk & Ipswich League senior division is hanging by a thread.

Improving Arras Square between the Buttermarket Centre and St Stephen’s Church is the most popular project for Ipswich council to move on to after refurbishing the Cornhill.

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.

An Ipswich family are celebrating after the arrival of baby Jayda Brimble - their fifth generation.

Ipswich-based property law firm Attwells has purchased a new Colchester office on North Hill in the heart of the town, with plans to open in March 2019.

Ipswich-based design and property consultancy, Concertus, had a hugely successful year during 2018 with their charitable contributions.

Multiple marathon runner John Fensom will be taking on an incredible 12 challenges – all to raise money in memory of a family friend’s son who died of meningitis.

Taking up running is a rare New Year’s resolution that many people manage to keep. But why is running so popular, and how has it changed over the decades?

The East of England Co-op’s former Darsham Hamper store has been snapped up by an ex-brewery boss.

How do we solve the problem of access to East Anglia being cut off by roadworks? Iain Dale thinks he has the answer

A school boy from Ipswich is delighted after his fundraising sweet stall for the town museum’s famous woolly mammoth was a roaring success.

New figures have revealed that nearly 9,000 children were living with domestic abuse in Suffolk and Essex during the 2017/18 financial year.

Passengers on a key route into Ipswich town centre could be handed a lifeline if plans to subsidise an axed bus route are approved next week.

Some of the oldest trains on the Greater Anglia network are set to be rebuilt with revolutionary hydrogen power when they are replaced by new electric units over the next two years.

Almost a year on from the announcement that the historic archives from Lowestoft Record Office were to be moved, historians, heritage authors and campaigners remain united in opposing the proposals.

A link up between the Ipswich-based St Elizabeth Hospice and East Coast Community Healthcare to help improve adult community services and specialist palliative care across Great Yarmouth and Waveney has been developed.

A growing number of breweries are launching low alcohol beers, and Suffolk’s own are leading the market

Ipswich-based law firm Birketts has advised the owners of Commcise Software, a prominent provider of software as a service to the financial services sector, on the sale of a majority stake for £27m to Euronext, the leading pan-European exchange in the Eurozone.

Commuters travelling to and from Lowestoft this afternoon have been hit by disruption after a signal failure.

The name of a 38 year-old printers which went into liquidation last month has been saved in the final chapter, after it was bought up by an Ipswich company.

Shoppers across Suffolk have voiced their disbelief as Valentine’s cards and Easter eggs have appeared on supermarket shelves.

Campaigners are expected to protest against rising rail fares as many commuters return to work from the Christmas holidays.

Gallery 2018: the year in pictures

Monday, December 31, 2018

How well do you remember the big stories of 2018? Do any of our photographs jog your memory?

The wife of a missing Ipswich train driver has spoken of her children’s anguish over the Christmas period as they pleaded for Santa to bring their father home.

If Greater Anglia’s promises come true, 2019 should be a very good year for the region’s rail passengers – the first new trains will start to be introduced and Network Rail should finish its long-term upgrade work between Shenfield and London.

A Suffolk activist known as ‘Wildlife Gadgetman’ is calling on people to make plastic waste reduction their New Year’s resolution as he looks ahead to 2019.

Administrators are working to secure the future of HMV after the struggling chain’s collapse.

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.

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