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Suffolk’s Lewis Sullivan crowned his first-ever run in an England vest by storming to victory at the SIAB Homes Countries Schools International, held in Dublin on Saturday.
Alan Judge doesn’t believe playing in League One with Ipswich Town next season would harm his chances of playing for the Republic of Ireland at Euro 2020.
How well do you know these classic dishes from England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales?
A Suffolk personal trainer will take part in the world championships of a popular obstacle course race after being crowned regional champion last year.
A German-owned agricultural company based in Suffolk is set to continue to invest in the UK – whatever the outcome of the UK’s Brexit crisis, says its UK and Ireland boss.
A teenager has spoken of her excitement after raising more than £600 to fund a ‘International Community Experience’ through the Guides.
Ipswich Town boss Paul Lambert has admitted Barry Cotter still has plenty of work to do if the Irishman is to force his way into his senior side.
Five Ipswich Town players are currently plying their trade away from Portman Road. Andy Warren takes a look at how they are getting on with their loan clubs.
Ipswich Town are set to spend pre-season in Germany, with general manager of football operations Lee O’Neill confirming the summer trip is in the planning stage.
Andy Warren spoke to general manager of football operations Lee O’Neill about a range of Ipswich Town topics as the club continues to plan for the future.
Alan Judge will always be grateful for the support former Ipswich boss Roy Keane showed him during his battle back from a serious leg injury.
Paul Lambert is looking forward to a reunion with ‘gaffer’ Martin O’Neill and former Ipswich Town boss Roy Keane when the Blues host Nottingham Forest this weekend.
Three Ipswich Town youngsters have been called up for England U20 duty during the international break while Alan Judge has been confirmed in Mick McCarthy’s final Republic of Ireland squad for two friendlies.
There’s so much to celebrate on International Women’s Day this year, but we’ve still got a way to go, says Emily Cotton.
Ipswich Town midfielder Alan Judge has been named in the provisional Republic of Ireland squad for two games later this month.
A traditional Irish music festival will take place in Stowmarket this year after funding has been secured from the town council.
If you buy the Disney Mary Poppins outfit from the supermarket it will cost around £15 but, wait a minute, World Book Day is surely all about reading, isn’t it?
A festival commemorating the life of a famous Irish musician Julia Clifford is to be held in Stowmarket next month.
Fifty years ago today, on March 2 1969, Concorde made its maiden flight in Toulouse, France. Nick Richards and Judy Rimmer salute the fantastic white plane.
The medals of a Sudbury headmaster and war poet killed at the Battle of the Somme have come up for sale.
Ipswich Town boss Paul Lambert won’t dip into the free agent market following Will Keane’s hamstring injury but may look to convert other players to help solve the Blues’ striker shortage.
A multinational pharmaceuticals firm is shedding 24 jobs at its Suffolk manufacturing site as a direct result of Brexit.
A strong contingent of Essex and Suffolk farmers joined more than 1,000 delegates at the National Farmers’ Union’s (NFU) annual conference in Birmingham.
A Suffolk pool player won a major singles title in Ireland last week to become the first person to win the event three times.
A keen motorcyclist who didn’t know whether he would be able to ride again after he was involved in a road traffic accident has launched his own business giving leathers a new lease of life.
An Army veteran who served across two continents is heading up a project to restore a priceless piece of British history in an effort to help ex-servicemen cope with PTSD.
Rene Gilmartin will be gunning for another clean-sheet, when Cheltenham Town are the visitors for a League Two clash tomorrow.
Athletics correspondent Carl Marston is travelling around the region (and beyond) running in different parkruns. This week he heads off to Ellenbrook Fields parkrun
A drop of Courvoisier brandy every night before bed has helped a Bury St Edmunds woman reach the ripe old age of 100.
Iain Dale says things are looking up for Theresa May this week, but there’s a long way to go to see if a good Brexit deal will define her time at 10 Downing Street
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