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Ipswich Witches star Danny King is back with his weekly column as the season gets underway at Foxhall Heath.

Ipswich Witches entertain Leicester Lions at Foxhall on Thursday night.

Today saw the Ipswich Witches press and practice day with the new season at Foxhall just over a week away. MIKE BACON went to see what was happening.

Festival season will soon be upon us. All ready line-ups for the big summer events are being announced and as ever Suffolk is leading the way when it comes to celebrating culture in all its diversity.

An animal feed firm which has its UK headquarters in Suffolk expects UK pig farmers to expand their herds 'in due course' once the uncertainties about Brexit disappear.

Folk East continues to grow in size and sature as one of the most eclectic folk festivals in the country. Arts editor Andrew Clarke takes a look at this year's tempting bill of fare

Leading Polish painter Professor Maciej Swieszewski is exhibiting his work at the Waterfront Gallery in Ipswich.

Renowned classical violinist Nigel Kennedy will return to Bury St Edmunds as part of the town's popular festival this year, it has been announced.

A leading figure in Ipswich's civic life who arrived in Britain as a nine-year-old refugee from Prague in 1939 has died a few months short of his 90th birthday.

"Don't you miss bacon?" and other annoying things that vegetarians and vegans are sick to the back teeth of hearing.

Ten years ago, in April 2009, Lynne Mortimer visited the concentration camp at Auschwitz-Birkenau in Poland, where humanity towards those who were enslaved or killed stopped at the gate.

The Ipswich Witches 2019 roster has now been revealed. And with the team complete MIKE BACON takes a look at the 1-7 and gives his thoughts on the season ahead - as the Witches head back into the Premiership

The Ipswich 'Tru Plant' Witches have completed the signing of Krystian Pieszczek for the 2019 Premiership season, writes Henry Chard.

Exit Day is the edgy new tale from Lavenham writer David Laws, who says 'if you have a theory on Brexit, I bet you won't have thought of this one'

A £17million tax fraudster who fled the country during his trial has been brought back to the UK to serve his jail term after being tracked down in Prague.

Don't call the Foreign Office unless you've got a real emergency- which does not include asking what the plot of Braveheart is!

He's a businessman, a wrestler, has featured on the credits in a series of films and now he's working on helping to bring a crew to West Suffolk to shoot a gangster movie.

More empty shop windows have appeared in East Anglian town centres as one of the largest menswear retailers in the UK has gone into administration for the second time in two years, after failing to find anyone to take it over.

You might not think to associate hip hop with the art of cuisine, but according to Suffolk rapper Scott "Booda" French, "food and rap is a pairing as logical as bacon and eggs".

Ipswich Town lost 2-0 at Nottingham Forest this afternoon. STUART WATSON gives his five observations.

Ipswich Town manager Paul Lambert says he is prepared to let goalkeeper Bartosz Bialkowski play through a dip in form.

A rare jewelled lapel pin belonging to one of only three men to escape from a German prisoner of war camp, a story which inspired the film The Great Escape, was sold at a Suffolk Auction house for nearly five times its asking price.

A fast-growing East Anglian firm specialising in infection prevention products has made an "important strategic advance" into Europe after snapping up one of its distributors for £6m.

A combination of factors including lower prices and a ban on an insecticide which used to be used by growers, have caused an Essex farmer - and deputy president of the National Farmers Union (NFU) - to reassess his sugar beet crop.

The strong links and bonds between Bury St Edmunds and its French twin town of Compiegne were forged close to the forested area where the Armistice was signed.

A rare jewelled lapel pin belonging to one of only three men to escape from a German prisoner of war camp, a story which inspired the film The Great Escape, is going under the hammer in Suffolk.

In the bleak mid-Ipswich a new pancake shop is transporting customers back to the 1920s for a taste of the hit TV show Peaky Blinders.

Ipswich Town boss Paul Hurst has responded to criticism surrounding his decision to leave two World Cup players on the bench and admitted he may put Bartosz Bialkowski back in goal at Leeds United tomorrow night.

Hundreds of people flocked to Ipswich Town's Portman Road football ground today but rather than watching the Tractor Boys they were getting a taste for all things vegan instead.

A quarter of the way through the season, TERRY HUNT, takes a look at Ipswich Town and Paul Hurst's current plight

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