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Cash to subsidise a bus service has been approved on one of Ipswich’s main roads after it was left without Sunday provision by route changes.

Emergency beds have been made available for rough sleepers as falling temperatures put homeless people at further risk.

A boxing club in Ipswich is hoping to secure a new venue to continue their work with youngsters in the Ipswich community.

At least we didn’t need a lip-reader in this case – it was very clear what deputy leader of Suffolk Coastal District Council, Geoff Holdcroft, said.

A parking plan for Newmarket is currently in development, it has been confirmed – and will form the basis for future provision across the county.

Passengers on a key route into Ipswich town centre could be handed a lifeline if plans to subsidise an axed bus route are approved next week.

A woman who was fined £100 after she spent 12 minutes hunting for a parking space before quitting the car park has had the charge cancelled.

Work is underway to transform part of the Ipswich Waterfront – with £750,000 being pumped into improved conditions for pedestrians and cyclists.

Competitors of all abilities are urged to lace up their running shoes and take centre stage at one of Suffolk’s biggest sporting events later this year.

Highways England has confirmed there are no additional measures set to be introduced this winter in the event of an Orwell Bridge closure – but more clarity has emerged on some of the key debates.

Councils in Suffolk reported more than 300 data breaches in 2018 – a third more than in 2017 – potentially exposing personal details of thousands of residents in the county.

Health leaders involved in plans for a series of GP ‘super-surgeries’ in Ipswich have been invited to a task force meeting to outline their vision.

Ipswich’s museum and mansion are set to offer three new school programmes as part of a pilot combining arts and academic subjects.

Hundreds of homes in Ipswich have been lying empty for six months or more, government figures reveal.

Today eagle-eyed sale shoppers in Ipswich town centre may have spotted some blue scribbles on the new Cornhill monument.

An iconic Ipswich building which has lain derelict for nearly 15 years could be getting a new lease of life as flats.

This application may be viewed at: Ipswich Borough Council, Grafton House, 15-17 Russell Road, Ipswich IP1 2DE The Proposed Relevant Licensable Activities are: Sale of Alcohol Dates between which representations may be made to the Licensing Authority: Start Date: 21/12/2018 Closing Date: 18/01/2019

Application for a Premises Licence

Monday, December 24, 2018

Name of Applicant: Mr Ovidijus Kabacevicius

Name of Premises: Migle Limited Address of Premises: 184 Bramford Lane, Ipswich, IP1 4DR

This application may be viewed at: Ipswich Borough Council, Grafton House, 15-17 Russell Road, Ipswich.

Ipswich Museum has been awarded almost half a million pounds to help start renovation plans which it hopes will create a sense of pride in the town.

BBC Radio’s Mark Murphy wants our help to build a statue to Kevin Beattie. Here’s how you can help remember a true Ipswich Town legend...

You may be wondering why the face of a popular Suffolk breakfast radio presenter has been plastered across the side of bin collection lorries in Ipswich – but there is a good reason for it.

Free iCards for Ipswich youngsters last summer cost £100,000 it has emerged, as latest figures have revealed the extent of take up.

Half of Ipswich’s late night eateries have received full marks following their most recent visit from the council’s food hygiene inspectors and have been awarded a five-star award - while one received zero stars

Former heavyweight boxing champion Tyson Fury is set to meet fans on a visit to Ipswich.

Retailers in Ipswich say they feel betrayed by Ipswich Borough Council (IBC) for giving the go ahead to a christmas craft market, at a time when many stores are battling to stay afloat.

The New Wolsey Theatre in Ipswich is set for a radical makeover after planning permission was approved for the development of the old borough council site and spiral carpark.

An Ipswich man who breached a noise abatement notice by loudly playing music and television has been ordered to pay more than £2,000 following prosecution by the borough council.

A £750,000 revamp of St Peters Wharf on Ipswich Waterfront has been announced – with work set to kick off in January.

Schools in Suffolk awarded a share of a seven-figure sum for social mobility projects have reported significant successes in the first year.

If the Kiss and Tell exhibition at Christchurch Mansion wasn’t wonderful enough, Ipswich has now got a second must-see show. writes David Ellesmere, leader of Ipswich Borough Council.

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