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Police have issued a warning to householders following reports of scam calls and emails in the area.

Ipswich Witches promoter Chris Louis says that the Premiership is the best place for the club after it was announced they would make the step up in 2019, writes Henry Chard.

Ipswich Witches promoter Chris Louis has said that although he has sold the club, fans will notice little change to their speedway nights at Foxhall.

There has been a revolution in the way we use our town centres in the last five years – and with a growing number of high street chains currently struggling to make a profit, there is likely to be a wave of more change on the horizon.

The Ipswich Road roadworks in Colchester are to be accelerated after a petition signed by thousands of angry motorists demanded progress.

Ipswich Town Football Club is one of 11 employers to pledge commitment to improving future opportunities for young people in the town, regardless of their background.

Capel Plough remain top of the SIL Senior Division after a 2-1 win at Benhall St Mary.

Former England manager Glenn Hoddle has been taken “seriously ill” after collapsing at the BT Sport studios on his birthday.

A young singer-songwriter from Ipswich has released a song called ‘Stronger’ to raise awareness of the effects of bullying on World Mental Health day.

While some aspects of Tom Ranson’s job are very hi-tech, in some ways its just child’s play as we discovered when we spent a day in his life.

Businesses and further education providers will be welcoming an audience of over 4500 school children from across Suffolk at the fifth Suffolk Skills Show, which takes place next Wednesday at Trinity Park, Ipswich.

Traffic is reported to be flowing well again following delays caused by a car crash at a busy roundabout in this morning’s rush hour.

Drivers are facing long delays on the A12 at Martlesham this morning after a JCB broke down near the BT Tower.

To many people, she has a dream life - forging her own career as an amazing singing sensation aged just 13.

East Anglia has made national headlines on more than one occasion this week as a social media star secured a regular slot on This Morning and a pub scrapped cash completely. Here we look back at some of the biggest business stories of the week.

Melissa Mehmet visited Ipswich job fair today looking for a new care worker role, but ended up being inspired to ditch her job to follow her dream of becoming a full time artist.

Suffolk’s new chief executive Nicola Beach has been at Endeavour House for nearly four months – and is getting to grips with managing the £500m-budget authority.

Companies have shown their determination to boost social mobility in Ipswich by committing to boost connections with local schools and colleges.

A new temporary gallery opening in Ufford this weekend could be the world’s smallest according to organisers.

Fraudsters pretending to be BT technicians are reported to have been calling Suffolk households, threatening to cut off their internet.

Suffolk police have re-opened the A road at Hintlesham after it was closed both ways due to an overturned lorry.

Emergency services were called to the scene of the incident on the A1071 at around 10.15am. The road remains closed and drivers are being asked to avoid the area.

Mike Bacon takes a look at why some ‘mainstream’ sports are slowly fading out of sight... And out of mind!

Snape Maltings is home to many regular musical events but now the coastal arts complex is adding some cutting edge music to their annual programme. Arts editor Andrew Clarke takes a look

Suffolk Trading Standards has reported a spate of scam calls in Felixstowe and Suffolk with people pretending to be from BT.

A driver suffered a head injury after crashing into a BT transfer box near Hadleigh this afternoon.

Commuters travelling between Felixstowe and Ipswich should be prepared for long delays - or seek out alternative routes - as two large road maintainance projects get underway this week.

Scores of schoolchildren will be given a behind-the-scenes tour of BT’s Adastral Park next month to give them a taste of the world of engineering.

Both the present and the future are looking bright for our region, as a new report shows that the East of England is home to four out of five of the fastest growing city economies in the UK.

BT has suffered a shareholder rebellion over outgoing chief executive Gavin Patterson’s bumper £2.3 million pay packet.

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