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It has been driving people in Ipswich up the wall - so just what is that "hideous" humming noise stopping people from getting to sleep?
A woman from Ipswich is trying to find two passers-by that came to her aid after she had an epileptic fit in Norwich Road.
A mother and son duo have taken on a new salon in the Saints in Ipswich after becoming unexpectedly unemployed.
Neighbours in Martlesham, Kesgrave, Great Blakenham and Claydon are still wondering what caused a series of loud bangs across Suffolk last night.
Ipswich residents have celebrated St George's Day by going on a dragon hunt.
The Green Room cafe and atelier in Ipswich is already causing a stir amongst coffee lovers.
Residents across Ipswich have been disrupted by power cuts and water shortages this morning.
Readers have had their say about whether Ipswich's Civic Drive junction should go back to being a roundabout.
Empire Cinema in Ipswich's Buttermarket is investigating why an "inappropriate" trailer was shown before a Peppa Pig film.
A Rendlesham woman has been reminiscing about the day her then boyfriend surprised her with a very big question.
Motorists have been warned of possible disruption on the A14 tonight by slow-moving lorries protesting over Brexit.
A new Ipswich art exhibition throws an artistic spotlight on the growing trend of adopting a plant based lifestyle.
A heartwarming initiative started by a children's music group has seen youngsters singing and playing music in care homes - bringing happiness to residents.
Young people have been trying yoga inspired by an unlikely subject - a world-famous sculpture currently on display in Christchurch Mansion.
The great women of Ipswich have been celebrated during a special tour to mark International Women's Day.
Sitting alongside Martin Luther King and Emily Bronte in assembly at one Ipswich school this morning was a want-to-be paediatric consultant, an aspiring midwife and a handful of Olympic hopefuls.
The recent Centre for Cities study confirms what we all knew - that areas like Ipswich have been hit hardest by Government funding cuts, writes David Ellesmere, leader of Ipswich Borough Council.
Mystery piles of naan bread dumped on The Strand in Wherstead has prompted an Ipswich man to speak out about litter in the area.
Olsen Cruise Lines, in Ipswich, has a named and agreed to fund a fifth lifeboat for RNLI as the two celebrate 50 years working together.
Parents at a second Ipswich school have been warned over reports of a man in a silver car approaching pupils.
Martial art sessions have been launched on Ipswich Waterfront as part of a mental health campaign.
Emergency services are currently at the scene of a three-car crash in Nacton on the A14.
A signalling problem between Dullingham and Cambridge has seen several Greater Anglia cancel trains to and from Ipswich.
Do you remember when Freddos cost just 10p? Well this week is your chance to step back in time thanks to Tesco.
A fitness instructor spent more than three hours doing burpees to raise money for charity.
A pair of land agents will complete a 125-mile kayak race in under 30 hours to raise money for two Suffolk charities.
A memory cafe is to be launched to help dementia sufferers in Ipswich.
An Ipswich shopping centre enjoyed over half-a-million visitors who spent more than £25m during December.
An Ipswich primary school has taken the bold step of banning all unhealthy snacks.
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