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Conservatives in Ipswich are looking forward to the day when Brexit is sorted out - and Theresa May is no longer Prime Minister - as they prepare for this year's local elections.

The wife of a missing Suffolk man has made an emotional appeal for his safe return home amid growing concerns for his welfare.

Police have released details of a car driven towards Plymouth by a man missing from home in Suffolk.

Ipswich Town great Russell Osman has quite the story to tell - from glory with the Blues to working in the Indian game. HENRY CHARD caught up with him.

Don't just sit on the fence and watch it all happen. Iain Dale says if you are in to politics, get out there and get involved, like he did

A Sudbury-based property management company is celebrating taking on the management of its 3,800th unit this month, and is looking to expand to 4,000 by the end of 2019.

Mildenhall Fen Tigers 2019 season will start with the visit of a Poultec select team to West Row on Easter Sunday (3pm start) for a challenge fixture.

Ipswich Town have signed midfielder Alan Judge from Brentford little under three years after he suffered a multiple leg break injury at Portman Road. Here's what he had to say at his first press conference as Blues player.

Can Ipswich Town avoid relegation to the third-tier for the first time since 1958? STUART WATSON looks at the odds based on 14 years of Championship football.

In our daily feature, we take a look at what happened on this day in Ipswich Town's history - and somewhat suitably, today features the first game in charge for a much-loved former Blues boss.

Rene Gilmartin made his first league appearance for more than five-and-a-half years, ironically replacing his 'pupil' Dillon Barnes in goal, for Colchester United's 3-1 home win over Crawley Town on Saturday.

The MD of Big Wave PR, Hilary Collins, from Ardleigh, Colchester, walked 286 miles around the Cornish coastal path through rainstorms, gales and sunshine to raise almost £3,000 for Gt Ormond Street Hospital.

We look at the statistics which suggest it's far too early to panic following a nine-game winless start.

In our daily feature, we take a look at what happened on this day in Ipswich Town's history

Suffolk is still a very safe place to live - this is the reassurance that was offered as the latest crime rates for the town were revealed.

Harwich may be set to get an influx of American tourists, as funding has been green-lighted for a 'digital Mayflower trail' to mark 400 years since the ship carried the first English passengers to the New World,

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