An academic whose 63-page report examined gangs and county lines in Suffolk believes a shift in the drug market caused a nationwide rise in violent crime.

Myles Kenlock was keen to head out on loan amid a frustrating start to the season but has ended the campaign as an Ipswich Town regular and has earned an extended stay at Portman Road.

Author's latest book is set on Felixstowe Road.

Win chocolate prizes as you search for bunny paw prints, dinosaur and hen eggs in the county this April.

Firms are being urged to get their entries in as the deadline approaches for this year's Suffolk Business Awards.

The Crafty Collective Ipswich raised hundreds of pounds to help provide palliative care at St Elizabeth Hospice during their christmas market, ahead of this year's Elmer's Big Parade Suffolk.

Which 1980s pop songs bring back memories for you? Did 'Don't You Want Me' float your boat, or 'The Look of Love' get your pulse racing?

This is the moment police divers retrieved a knife from the River Gipping, eight days after Tavis Spencer-Aitkens was stabbed to death in Packard Avenue on June 2 last year.

Greater Anglia has published details of its first new high-speed InterCity trains that will cut journey times from Ipswich to London to less than an hour.

There is no better person to rebuild Ipswich Town if the club are relegated to League One than manager Paul Lambert, according to former Blues youth product Matt Bloomfield.

Ipswich Town legend Terry Butcher believes it's time for the Blues to accept relegation and begin embracing the challenge of winning promotion from League One.


Wednesday, March 6, 2019

APPLICATION FOR Quay Wall Repair, Port of Ipswich Notice is hereby given that Associated British Ports, Old Custom House, Key Street, Ipswich, IP4 1BY has applied to the Marine Management Organisation under the Marine and Coastal Access Act 2009, Part 4, for a marine licence to undertake quay wall repairs at New Cut, Port of Ipswich. Plans showing the position of the works may be inspected at Ipswich County Library, Northgate Street, Ipswich. Copies of the application and associated information may be viewed on line in the Public Register at

Town centre bosses around the region are watching with concern after department store group Debenhams issued another profits warning and saw its share price slide again.

Food is the way to artist Rob Catterall's heart - which is why he's turning Archant's Elmer into an ice cream sculpture to remember his fondest holidays in Suffolk.

Proposals to upgrade Arras Square in Ipswich could be put on hold until the town's former BHS store is redeveloped - according to the group which represents town centre businesses.

Karl Fuller is already looking forward to the summer without his weekends being ruined by football, as he reflects on another depressing afternoon at Portman Road

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.

This local Lexus centre has been recognised for its commitment to delivering quality customer service

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.

Statistics suggest that as a family-run concern, it's surviving against the odds. But four years after taking over the reins from her parents, Tarnia Robertson's hotel business is still going strong.

Ipswich Women 87 Loughborough Riders 66

The weed, which has been known to grow through concrete, knock down walls and destroy foundations is now prevalent across much of Britain.

Charity Headway Suffolk is to celebrate its fifth anniversary by hosting three fundraising events this spring.

Commuters with some Greater Anglia season tickets are facing fare rises of almost 8% next month as the rail company tries to "rationalise" its ticket prices.

A warning is going out that threatened cuts to rural bus services in Suffolk could leave some elderly and disabled people stranded.

Ipswich Town take on Norwich City at Carrow Road on Sunday (12pm ko). STUART WATSON looks back at the derby day taunts which have been exchanged.

A "sex addict" Inland Revenue worker from Ipswich who downloaded more than 30,000 indecent images of children has been given a suspended prison sentence.

Rail ticket offices around the region could see their hours cut - and up to 25 managers' jobs at Greater Anglia could be on the line as part of a major restructure of the company's services.

Ballet and opera lovers will be digging out their beloved recordings this week as they celebrate World Ballet Day and Opera Day.

Celebrate your local independent restaurant on National Pizza Day (February 9).

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