Hopeless romantic Dawn Woolard from Ipswich is set to appear on First Dates this month - her second attempt at finding love on a TV show.

A brand new outdoor vegan market is being held today on Ipswich’s Cornhill after organisers saw a rise in the demand for more local free-from goods.

The New Wolsey Theatre has launched a series of workshops with young people to make use of the empty stage and resources while the theatre stays closed to performances during the coronavirus pandemic.

Firefighters were called out to a shed and fence blaze in Ipswich.

The owner of an Ipswich dance school has been running the world’s oldest and most famous ballroom dance competition online, with Strictly Come Dancing judges, after an unusual turn of events.

Each year the St Elizabeth Hospice Midnight Walk draws crowds of thousands to the streets of Ipswich - and tonight the event is back tonight for the 15th year, with a few changes.

Lucky students from a Suffolk college met the famed host of the Antiques Roadshow when it came to Christchurch Park last week, with backstage passes to see the magic in action.

The University of Suffolk has risen seven places in the Times’ higher education guide - but it still ranks as one of the lowest in the country.

Men being cared for on an Ipswich mental health ward have been given the chance to become DJs thanks to a new recording studio.

A popular Christmas attraction is putting its Santa’s grotto online in an effort to “keep everyone as safe as possible” due to Covid-19.

For far too long and in far too many cases, our criminal justice system just hasn’t been producing what victims, their families and society consider to be justice.

An Ipswich step-mum has managed to lose more than six stone since the beginning of the year, without taking up exercise and not weighing herself once during the lockdown.

Tests to determine whether the Orwell Bridge could stay open during high winds are expected to be finished by the end of September, it has been confirmed.

An Ipswich man is facing jail after admitting possessing “lethal” firearms and ammunition.

Ipswich MP Tom Hunt has launched a second attack against council housing policy - with the authority’s leader hitting back at claims it disadvantages people trying to find accommodation in their home town.

The leader of Ipswich Borough Council is among more than 1,000 Labour councillors and mayors across the UK who have written to Boris Johnson urging him to rethink plans to end the furlough scheme.

A popular Ipswich cocktail bar will play host to the annual Suffolk Fashion Show as it moves online for the first time due to coronavirus.

Emergency services are at the scene of a crash in Ipswich after a car hit a former church.

WATCH: Ipswich drumming superstar Nandi Bushell is ecstatic after Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl wrote her a song – and revealed another video is on the way.

An Ipswich postman who has been spreading smiles during lockdown wearing his rainbow outfit has turned his attention to the town’s litter problem.

A self-employed photographer and mum-of-three from Ipswich said the wedding industry is being “left to rot” as she struggles to provide for her family following the impact of coronavirus.

A spotlight is being shone on an Ipswich boutique which has been selected to take part in a national campaign highlighting inspiring small businesses.

An Ipswich environmental activist is aiming to pick up thousands of harmful discarded cigarette butts throughout Suffolk this week - and is encouraging others to do the same.

Thieves who left bereaved parents heartbroken after vandalising an Ipswich park’s remembrance tree may have also stolen a CCTV security camera overlooking the site.

A £1.3million revamp of two bungalows for people with learning difficulties in Ipswich has got under way.

A florist who saw footfall at her two Ipswich shops decrease during the Covid-19 crisis has decided to take to the road – to bring her colourful, fresh flower collection directly to the people.

Most people spend their journeys to work listening to music, tuning into the radio or reading the latest news on their smartphones.

A 16-year-old Burstall cricketer is back on the pitch, one year after his shock multiple sclerosis (MS) diagnosis.

Sudbury stalwart Arthur Gill, known by many as ‘Mr Gill the gas man’, has died at the age of 87 after decades of serving his community.

An injured swan was rescued by police after flying into the bridge by Ipswich railway station and being left covered in blood.

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