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Two teenagers have been arrested on suspicion of drug dealing after police found around £2,000 and a stash of suspected class A drugs at an Ipswich town centre building.

A pair of Ipswich’s peregrine falcons look likely to become parents for the second year in a row – with three eggs spotted in their Adastral Park nest.

Children at Copleston High School have made up food boxes from surplus goods in their school’s canteen to help feed hungry Ipswich Hospital workers fighting coronavirus on the frontline.

A team of street rangers forced to stop patrols of Ipswich town centre due to the coronavirus crisis have returned to their beat - after the lockdown enabled them to safely go back to work.

As everyone gets used to spending a lot more time at home - we want to know what new hobbies you are trying and what you hope to get done.

The legacy of a man who devoted his life to the history of East Anglia has been honoured with a new award from a maritime trust.

Parents have spoken of the challenges of homeschooling children with special educational needs and disability (SEND) and have shared their tips.

A lifelong fascination with the Rubik’s Cube puzzle has seen Ipswich man Tony Fisher win back a place in the record books.

Suffolk construction employees who are now out of work due to coronavirus are volunteering day and night to help ensure frontline doctors and nurses in contact with Covid-19 patients have safe masks.

A week into lockdown schoolchildren, teachers and parents in Ipswich and Stowmarket, are still embracing the rainbow phenomenon which is keeping people positive.

This is Tanaquil Lu - the 15-year-old who has the job of representing young people in Ipswich and South Suffolk and ensuring their voices are heard on the national stage.

A doctors’ surgery in Ipswich has revealed it is in “desperate need” of masks in its frontline fight against coronavirus.

See the empty streets across Suffolk as the public follows coronavirus advice to remain indoors.

This week has been the last week that parliament will sit for a fair few weeks. Technically Easter recess lasts for three weeks but it could be that it’s slightly longer than this before 
I properly return to parliament, time will tell.

At 8pm last night there were emotional scenes across Suffolk as families came out on to their doorsteps to clap NHS workers.

A major new housing development set to transform a derelict part of Ipswich Waterfront - which was due to open at the weekend - has been put back due to the coronavirus crisis.

“Seriously, this is not social distancing” - that was the reaction of police officers after they reportedly found people from Ipswich in the Peak District enjoying a picnic, in defiance of the coronavirus lockdown.

All of the pharmacy opening times across Suffolk in one place.

A village shop run by a band of volunteers has celebrated its 10th anniversary - at the very time it has arguably become more important to its community than ever during the coronavirus crisis.

Leaders of an Ipswich primary school say it is making “rapid” progress after an Ofsted report highlighted areas it needs to improve.

Ipswich MP Tom Hunt has urged police and the courts to come down on criminals “like a ton of bricks” who exploit the coronavirus lockdown.

People going the extra mile, charities supporting those who need help, businesses donating food and supplies - these are today’s messages to and from your community heroes.

Police have insisted a lockdown will not stop them tackling crime after a man was jailed for stealing from a Boots store in Ipswich.

Whining about snacks, snoozing in the sunshine and swimming lessons in the bath - homeschooling certainly has its highs and lows.

A new supermarket could be on the way to one of Ipswich’s retail parks, if plans are approved.

The radio station at Ipswich Hospital has pledged to keep families in touch with their relatives in its wards during the coronavirus crisis.

Bus services in Suffolk are the latest to be hit by the coronavirus pandemic, as reduced timetables are being rolled out.

People – individuals, groups and organisations – all over Suffolk are pulling together in the midst of the coronavirus crisis to help the vulnerable, elderly, and isolated.

A team of street rangers who patrol Ipswich town centre in a bid to keep people safe have been forced to stop going out due to the coronavirus outbreak.

A well-known Ipswich playgroup is celebrating a staggering 50 years of caring for children and is appealing for memories and photographs – can you spot yourself in these ones?

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