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  1. Land pledged by Suffolk County Council for new homes
    Land pledged by Suffolk County Council for new homes. Plans to flog unused land have been unveiled by one of Suffolk’s biggest landholders, in a bid to tackle the county’s housing crisis. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  2. Police search for driver after flying chainsaw sets car on fire
    Police search for driver after flying chainsaw sets car on fire. Police are searching for the driver of a pick-up truck after a chainsaw fell from their vehicle and hit a Toyota Yaris, setting the car alight. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  3. Suffolk malt firm invests millions of pounds to increase output as demand reaches all-time high
    Suffolk malt firm invests millions of pounds to increase output as demand reaches all-time high. A Suffolk malt firm is set to increase its capacity for making malt extract with a major £4. 5m investment as demand for its product rises. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  4. One of the oldest houses in East Anglia goes up for sale for £7.75 million
    One of the oldest houses in East Anglia goes up for sale for £7. 75 million. A medieval manor house dating to the early mid 15th century in 785 acres including prime farmland and agricultural buildings, goes on the market today. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  5. Young farm adviser Tom scoops award as ‘rising star’ of Suffolk’s agricultural sector
    Young farm adviser Tom scoops award as ‘rising star’ of Suffolk’s agricultural sector. The first recipient of a new award which recognises hard-working and inspirational young people working in Suffolk’s farming sector has been chosen. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  6. Care home residents lead way in keeping active in later years
    Care home residents lead way in keeping active in later years. A group of residents at a care home in Woodbridge have been demonstrating that age is no barrier to being active as part of Move Suffolk Week. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  7. Gentle giant Wilson crowned Suffolk Dog Day Superstar
    Gentle giant Wilson crowned Suffolk Dog Day Superstar. Every dog has its day, and that special moment has finally arrived for “big softie” Wilson – who was chosen from 1,000 photogenic four-legged friends to be the face of Suffolk’s top canine celebration. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  8. Council chiefs serve new legal notice to Fisons developer
    Council chiefs serve new legal notice to Fisons developer. A new legal notice has been served against the developers at the former Fisons factory in Bramford. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  9. Thousands of pints to be downed at Ipswich beer festival
    Thousands of pints to be downed at Ipswich beer festival. Dozens of real ales and ciders, from right across the country, feature at the Dove Street Inn’s Spring Beer Festival. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  10. 5 ways the Royal Mail is making life easier for customers
    5 ways the Royal Mail is making life easier for customers. Tired of missing a parcel delivery or having to join long queues? The Royal Mail is revamping its postal services to give customers in Suffolk more flexibility when making a delivery. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  11. Take a look at these stunning pictures by Ipswich photographers
    Take a look at these stunning pictures by Ipswich photographers. The independent photography festival Ginnel Foto Fest returns to Ipswich for the fourth time. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  12. Grinning Rat in Ipswich has three weeks to decide on appeal after closure order
    Grinning Rat in Ipswich has three weeks to decide on appeal after closure order. The landlord of Ipswich’s Grinning Rat has three weeks to decide whether to appeal against the closure of the pub. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  13. Family tribute to ex-Suffolk school head Nick Garrett
    Family tribute to ex-Suffolk school head Nick Garrett. Man who led The Abbey school, Woodbridge, for 18 years was ‘driven by values of kindness, compassion, patience and integrity’ Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  14. Truth is stranger than fiction: Hollywood’s greatest bio-pics
    Truth is stranger than fiction: Hollywood’s greatest bio-pics. With Rocketman, the new Elton John bio-pic opening this weekend, following hot on the heels of the ultra-successful Queen/Freddie Mercury film Bohemian Rhapsody, true-life stories have never been quite so popular at the box office. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  15. Delays expected on A14 near Orwell Bridge as lane closed due to lorry blowout
    Delays expected on A14 near Orwell Bridge as lane closed due to lorry blowout. One lane of the A14 is closed near the Orwell Bridge at Ipswich after a lorry’s tyre blew out on the westbound carriageway. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  16. Musician Colin Currie’s death was an accident, inquest concludes
    Musician Colin Currie’s death was an accident, inquest concludes. The death of a 26-year-old musician in Bury St Edmunds was an accident, an inquest has concluded. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  17. Night races from Copdock Tesco ‘will end in someone getting hurt’, warn Pinewood residents
    Night races from Copdock Tesco ‘will end in someone getting hurt’, warn Pinewood residents. Frightened parents are left with no sleep after “yobbos” meeting at the Copdock Tesco have ramped up their street racing disturbances in Ipswich. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  18. What are your memories of Sainsbury’s in Ipswich?
    What are your memories of Sainsbury’s in Ipswich? The supermarket giant Sainsbury’s started with one store in London’s Drury Lane in 1869. And now as it celebrates its 150th birthday, we look back at its presence in Ipswich. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  19. Teens demand action on climate catastrophe at Ipswich Cornhill
    Teens demand action on climate catastrophe at Ipswich Cornhill. Young people are preparing to go on strike tomorrow morning at Ipswich Cornhill as they call for immediate government action on the climate emergency. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  20. Ipswich chief executive puts in the miles on election day marathon
    Ipswich chief executive puts in the miles on election day marathon. Ipswich council chief executive Russell Williams has completed an epic trek around town – visiting most of its polling stations on European election day. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  21. Margot back in Ipswich Labour Party after common sense prevails
    Margot back in Ipswich Labour Party after common sense prevails. Ipswich pensioner Margot Packwood has had her Labour Party membership reinstated after it was withdrawn because she signed the nomination paper for her daughter Lesley to stand for the Green Party in this month’s local election. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  22. Former Ipswich School pupil to take on F1’s top circuit
    Former Ipswich School pupil to take on F1’s top circuit. A former Ipswich School pupil, will be hitting the streets of Monaco this weekend as he prepares to take part in his first Formula One weekend at the circuit. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  23. ‘Don’t let the social media trolls bring your business down,’ says mental health first aider
    ‘Don’t let the social media trolls bring your business down,’ says mental health first aider. Firms need to stick together against the online bullies, says an employee at an East Anglian firm with 11 staff trained to deal with such problems. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  24. Are you coming to see us for a free cup of tea at the Suffolk Show?
    Are you coming to see us for a free cup of tea at the Suffolk Show? The Suffolk Show is just days away and visitors have a chance of bagging a free hot drink at the East Anglian Daily Times and the Ipswich Star’s tea tent. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  25. Man left shaken after assault at Ipswich bus stop
    Man left shaken after assault at Ipswich bus stop. Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was assaulted at a bus stop in Ipswich last week. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  26. School caretaker, retiring after 43 years, to bury time capsule created by pupils
    School caretaker, retiring after 43 years, to bury time capsule created by pupils. A long-serving caretaker at a school in Suffolk has been given the honour of burying a time capsule created by pupils as he celebrates his retirement. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  27. POPULAR:Suffolk Show Countdown: New 60ft tower set to offer a bird’s eye view of county’s biggest event
    Suffolk Show Countdown: New 60ft tower set to offer a bird’s eye view of county’s biggest event. This year’s Suffolk Show is celebrating a towering achievement as its first ever viewing platform nears completion. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  28. 15 things to see, do and eat at Taste of Sudbury 2019
    15 things to see, do and eat at Taste of Sudbury 2019. Meet producers, taste some of the best local food, learn from top chefs, and shop ‘til you drop at this year’s free food festival. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  29. POPULAR:Suffolk Show Countdown: Robot bomb suit and laser combat set to draw visitors to Military Discovery Zone
    Suffolk Show Countdown: Robot bomb suit and laser combat set to draw visitors to Military Discovery Zone. Military demonstrations at the Suffolk Show are expected to draw large crowds this year. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  30. Classic rockers Magnum looking to whip up a storm at The Apex
    Classic rockers Magnum looking to whip up a storm at The Apex. Rock legends Magnum are looking to bring down the house when they play The Apex in Bury St Edmunds at the beginning of June. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  31. ‘We are the future’ – Suffolk children quiz MP on climate change
    ‘We are the future’ – Suffolk children quiz MP on climate change. Pupils at Wilby primary school near Eye have been praised by their local MP for speaking passionately about the need to protect the planet. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  32. Ipswich’s Grinning Rat shut down after late-night drinking, fighting and drug-dealing
    Ipswich’s Grinning Rat shut down after late-night drinking, fighting and drug-dealing. Underage visitors, late night drinking sessions, drug-dealing, fighting and dealing in stolen goods have led to Ipswich’s Grinning Rat pub losing its licence. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  33. There’s more to Aldeburgh Festival than music as alternative 2019 programme unveiled
    There’s more to Aldeburgh Festival than music as alternative 2019 programme unveiled. The Aldeburgh Festival will always be a showcase for music but from this year it’s also shining the spotlight on an alternative arts offer Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  34. Ed Sheeran announces surprise new album No. 6
    The singer currently tops the UK charts with his song I Don't Care featuring Justin Bieber. Continue reading. on BBC News website.
  35. Mum with brain tumour speaks of positive impact of volunteering
    Mum with brain tumour speaks of positive impact of volunteering. A Suffolk woman who has been diagnosed with a terminal brain tumour has spoken of the postive impact volunteering with a woodland charity has had on her life. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  36. Tribute paid to Suffolk heavy horse stalwart
    Tribute paid to Suffolk heavy horse stalwart. Tribute has been paid to a stalwart of the Suffolk Show and a great champion of the Suffolk heavy horse breed who died in May. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  37. Suffolk housing providers in talks to join forces
    Suffolk housing providers in talks to join forces. Two of the region’s biggest housing providers could soon be joining forces. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  38. Fears Waitrose vegetables may contain broken glass
    Fears Waitrose vegetables may contain broken glass. Waitrose is recalling jars of beetroot amid fears they could contain shards of broken glass. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  39. See all of today’s breaking news here
    See all of today’s breaking news here. Welcome to today’s live feed where you can find all of the day’s breaking fire, crime and travel news from Suffolk. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  40. Suffolk bowls ‘sexism’ row as women told they can’t wear shorts
    Suffolk bowls ‘sexism’ row as women told they can’t wear shorts. A local bowls secretary has defended a player who voiced her anger at new rules that disallow women from wearing shorts. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  41. Children’s author Andy Stanton to open school library
    Children’s author Andy Stanton to open school library. Top children’s author Andy Stanton is to open a new library in his namesake Suffolk village, all thanks to a Tweet. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  42. POPULAR:Planners expected to give green light to new Ipswich retail park
    Planners expected to give green light to new Ipswich retail park. Proposals to build a new retail park next to Morrisons on Sproughton Road in Ipswich look set to be approved by council planners next week. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  43. Packed memorial day will be tribute to much-loved mum Susan
    Packed memorial day will be tribute to much-loved mum Susan. A family is marking what would have been an Ipswich mum’s 70th birthday, by holding a major event in aid of the ward where she was cared for. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  44. POPULAR:Supermarkets and Founding Dates
    Both Tesco and Sainsburys are celebrating large milestones this year but with supermarkets a new concept in the UK of the late 1940s, isn't it all a bit pathetic? For instance, who cares about Jack's market stall? Tesco Plc was. It was many decades after this when supermarkets really took off and destroyed traditional grocery stores. Likewise J Sainsbury Plc dates back to.
  45. Community pub is bucking the trend of pub closures
    Community pub is bucking the trend of pub closures. Brewers Adnams are planning to invest in improvements at the popular Greyhound pub in Ipswich. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  46. Third of jobs in Ipswich and Norwich ‘fall below £9/hr threshold’
    Third of jobs in Ipswich and Norwich ‘fall below £9/hr threshold’. A high proportion of workers across Suffolk, Essex and Norfolk are struggling to make ends meet, with their earnings failing to reach a minimum threshold which wage campaigners say they need to live, according to a study. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  47. Calls for judicial review after changes agreed for £15m riverside development
    Calls for judicial review after changes agreed for £15m riverside development. The redevelopment of one of Suffolk’s most iconic locations could face judicial review amid concerns recent changes would deprive the community of its “crowning glory”. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  48. POPULAR:Dance along on Elmer’s parade this summer – choreographer reveals her routine
    Dance along on Elmer’s parade this summer – choreographer reveals her routine. People will be able to dance along to Elmer’s Big Parade in Ipswich this summer – thanks to the creativity of a former student in the town. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  49. Suspended sentence for drug dealer caught in Ipswich
    Suspended sentence for drug dealer caught in Ipswich. Police officers who arrested a county lines drug dealer who had stashed more than 200 wraps of heroin and cocaine up his bottom had to wait 17 days for him to pass them, a court has heard. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  50. Will Labour join Tories in political oblivion after East Anglia’s Euro-vote?
    Will Labour join Tories in political oblivion after East Anglia’s Euro-vote? Voters are going to the polls again today to vote for new MEPs – and it looks as if they could be about to give both major parties a bloody nose. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  51. Air ambulance on scene after van and motorbike collide
    Air ambulance on scene after van and motorbike collide. A man in his 30s is being treated by paramedics after a crash involving a van and motorcycle near Wherstead. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  52. Cabinet unveiled for divided Mid Suffolk council
    Cabinet unveiled for divided Mid Suffolk council. The new cabinet for a deadlocked Suffolk council has been confirmed, after a fresh leader was announced on Monday. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  53. New Babergh cabinet formed but anger as Greens miss out
    New Babergh cabinet formed but anger as Greens miss out. Conservatives, Independents and Liberal Democrats have all been given places on a Suffolk council’s cabinet - but not the Green Party. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  54. POPULAR:Suffolk Show Countdown: Youngsters get inspired about jobs as they take on skills challenges
    Suffolk Show Countdown: Youngsters get inspired about jobs as they take on skills challenges. Young people will be given a chance to learn about varied and inspiring careers at this year’s Suffolk Show. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  55. Steve Gallant confirmed as first leader of new East Suffolk council
    Steve Gallant confirmed as first leader of new East Suffolk council. Former police inspector Steve Gallant was confirmed as East Suffolk Council’s first leader at its annual general meeting last night. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  56. New ‘multi-purpose’ uniforms help put out fires across Suffolk
    New ‘multi-purpose’ uniforms help put out fires across Suffolk. Firefighters across the county have been kitted out with state-of-the-art uniforms, coupled with three brand new appliances, in a drive to make Suffolk safer. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  57. ‘Why are children in London worth three times more than those in Norfolk and Suffolk?’ - Mental health governors
    ‘Why are children in London worth three times more than those in Norfolk and Suffolk? ’ - Mental health governors. Governors at the region’s mental health trust have demanded answers over why spending on children in London is more than three times that on those in the east. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  58. Your day-by-day guide to Framlingham Gala Fest 2019
    Your day-by-day guide to Framlingham Gala Fest 2019. Framlingham Gala Fest is back for a second year. The Framlingham Gala was successfully relaunched as a three-day event in 2018 and organisers have unveiled a packed programme providing something for everyone to enjoy this coming weekend. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  59. WATCH: First look inside retro bar with sweet shop and USB points
    WATCH: First look inside retro bar with sweet shop and USB points. Nightclub Rubix is hoping to take Colchester punters back to the 70s when it opens this bank holiday weekend – here we take a sneak peek inside. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  60. Nine fun half-term activities, including colouring on the Cornhill
    Nine fun half-term activities, including colouring on the Cornhill. Are you looking for fun things to do around the Ipswich area over half term? Here are nine family events and activities to choose from. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  61. Policeman ‘feared injured 26-year-old musician was robbery victim’, inquest hears
    Policeman ‘feared injured 26-year-old musician was robbery victim’, inquest hears. The police officer first on the scene when a 26-year-old musician was found “barely breathing” initially feared he had been robbed, an inquest heard. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  62. 17 of the best street food stalls at the Suffolk Show
    17 of the best street food stalls at the Suffolk Show. One of the best things about the show is the huge array of delicious food. Whether you’ve got a hankering for a hot dog, pizza, crepe or paella, you’ll find something delicious. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  63. ‘They’re a prime target’ – Warning after spate of keyless van thefts
    ‘They’re a prime target’ – Warning after spate of keyless van thefts. Motorists are being urged to keep their vehicles secure after thieves snatched 28 Mercedes Sprinter vans – known for their keyless entry – in just seven months. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  64. ‘We can’t blame the weather for loss of trade’ says East Anglian tourist boss
    ‘We can’t blame the weather for loss of trade’ says East Anglian tourist boss. Tourism businesses need to become all-weather attractions and not blame the rain, snow or sun for lost profits, said the boss of two of the region’s zoos. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  65. Suffolk charity needs further funding to save one of its services
    Suffolk charity needs further funding to save one of its services. A Suffolk-based charity which provides end-of-life care and support to disadvantaged young people will be forced to axe one of its services if it does not raise £2,850. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  66. Suffolk Community Awards to recognise the best and brightest in county
    Suffolk Community Awards to recognise the best and brightest in county. Suffolk’s community heroes who go above and beyond to help people in their local area will be recognised in a new awards scheme. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  67. Baby rhino due at Colchester Zoo in 2019
    Baby rhino due at Colchester Zoo in 2019. Colchester Zoo has announced its female white rhino is expecting a calf, with the birth due before the end of the year. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  68. Transport boss who also helped keep Netherlands clean
    Transport boss who also helped keep Netherlands clean. Obituary: Richard Foulger started working for his father, loading sugar beet by hand in winter. Later, he sent aid to war-torn Bosnia Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  69. Weekend line closures north of Ipswich – but clear tracks to London
    Weekend line closures north of Ipswich – but clear tracks to London. Passengers hoping to use rail services in East Anglia over the bank holiday weekend face major disruption with Network Rail carrying out major work on all routes to the north of Ipswich. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  70. Lottery cash to fund review of tourist hotspot’s future
    Lottery cash to fund review of tourist hotspot’s future. Felixstowe’s Landguard peninsula – which attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors a year to enjoy its heritage attractions and varied landscape – has seen many changes in the past 30 years and now its managers are looking at the challenges ahead. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  71. Everything you need to know about this year’s Suffolk Show
    Everything you need to know about this year’s Suffolk Show. Thousands of visitors will soon be flocking to Trinity Park in Ipswich for the county’s biggest two-day visitor experience – the Suffolk Show. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  72. ‘Goldilocks’ effect strikes as weather takes its toll on tourism industry
    ‘Goldilocks’ effect strikes as weather takes its toll on tourism industry. Tourism businesses in East Anglia have revealed how they suffered in 2018 from too much rain, sun and snow during key times. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  73. LEGO for Schools – last chance to count your tokens
    LEGO for Schools – last chance to count your tokens. Schools across East Anglia have just two days left to submit their LEGO token totals to be in with a chance of winning up to £1,000 worth of LEGO vouchers. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  74. Heroin antidote now available in Suffolk will save lives, say drugs charities
    Heroin antidote now available in Suffolk will save lives, say drugs charities. A heroin antidote is now available without subscription at five Suffolk pharmacies. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  75. Stansted flights halted by damaged runway
    Stansted flights halted by damaged runway. Flights were grounded at London Stansted Airport for a short time due to runway damage. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  76. New Wolsey spreads some musical sparkle with Little Miss Sunshine
    New Wolsey spreads some musical sparkle with Little Miss Sunshine. Little Miss Sunshine, by James Lapine and William Finn, New Wolsey Theatre, until May 25. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  77. Suffolk set for colourful celebration on Elmer Day
    Suffolk set for colourful celebration on Elmer Day. Suffolk Libraries will be brightening up their book stores this weekend ahead of Elmer’s Big Parade - Suffolk to celebrate 30 years of the popular patchwork elephant. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  78. The closure of chains like Jamie’s Italian could pave the way for independent restaurants to thrive
    The closure of chains like Jamie’s Italian could pave the way for independent restaurants to thrive. Our food and drink editor says the way we eat out is changing, and it’s small, local businesses who can adapt and lead the way. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  79. Your guide to supermarket opening times for the late May bank holiday in Suffolk and north Essex
    Your guide to supermarket opening times for the late May bank holiday in Suffolk and north Essex. If you run out of an essential item over the bank holiday, or need some chops and sausages for a last-minute barbecue, when will your local supermarket be open? This is our guide to opening times on bank holiday Monday, May 27. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  80. M&S to close Simply Food stores – after new one just opens on A140
    M&S to close Simply Food stores – after new one just opens on A140. The retail giant is to close another 85 stores and 25 Simply Food outlets after a 10% drop in profits – but aren’t revealing yet where the axe will fall. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  81. Traffic slow on the Orwell Bridge following A14 collision
    Traffic slow on the Orwell Bridge following A14 collision. Police are at the scene of a collision between a pickup truck and a car on the Orwell Bridge this morning. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  82. Police cordon up near Regent Theatre in Ipswich
    Police cordon up near Regent Theatre in Ipswich. A police cordon is in place close to the Regent Theatre in Ipswich while officers search for evidence in connection to an injured man. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  83. Suffolk employers sign up for new campaign to create a healthier workforce
    Suffolk employers sign up for new campaign to create a healthier workforce. A new campaign has been launched to help increase physical activity in the workplace – and create healthier employees. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  84. Changes agreed for funding highways projects
    Changes agreed for funding highways projects. Plans to make minor highways projects like 20mph zones, pedestrian crossings and double yellow lines easier to carry out have been given approval. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  85. Ipswich Town hosts tea party in support of dementia action week
    Ipswich Town hosts tea party in support of dementia action week. Ipswich Town have shown their support for Dementia Action Week by hosting a tea party, introducing local care home residents to former Town players. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  86. Suffolk’s social care for children among the top in the country, report confirms
    Suffolk’s social care for children among the top in the country, report confirms. Social care services for children in Suffolk have been hailed by independent inspectors as being of an “exceptionally high standard” after being just one of a handful in the country to get the top rating. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  87. Obituary: Andrew Rodwell, of outdoor machinery firm SCH (Supplies) Ltd
    Obituary: Andrew Rodwell, of outdoor machinery firm SCH (Supplies) Ltd. Couldn’t get the accessories he needed, so started making them himself. Big supporter of young workers, too Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  88. Suffolk Now podcast: What Ipswich town centre’s retail will look like in the future
    Suffolk Now podcast: What Ipswich town centre’s retail will look like in the future. The news of a new study of Ipswich’s retail provision has raised fresh questions about what the town centre needs. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  89. Colin Currie: Inquest into death of Bury St Edmunds musician, 26
    Colin Currie: Inquest into death of Bury St Edmunds musician, 26. An inquest has been opened into the death of a musician in Bury St Edmunds who believed he was the reincarnation of Jesus Christ. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  90. 24 arrests made in Suffolk during national county lines crack down
    24 arrests made in Suffolk during national county lines crack down. Suffolk police have taken part in a national crack down against the on-going threat of County Lines arresting 24 people and seizing over 250 wraps of suspected Class A drugs. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  91. Ipswich’s Grinning Rat shut down after late-night drinking, fighting and drug-dealing
    Ipswich’s Grinning Rat shut down after late-night drinking, fighting and drug-dealing. Underage visitors, late night drinking sessions, drug-dealing, fighting and dealing in stolen goods have led to Ipswich’s Grinning Rat pub losing its licence. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  92. Do you know your music memorabilia? Take our auction quiz
    Do you know your music memorabilia? Take our auction quiz. Collectors from across the country travelled to Stowmarket for a one-of-a-kind auction this weekend which saw a range of rare toys, posters, signs and musical memorabilia go under the hammer. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  93. Man questioned after railway line incident saw air ambulance called
    Man questioned after railway line incident saw air ambulance called. Police are continuing to question a man in connection with a burglary, assault and a railway trespass incident in north Ipswich. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  94. Labour still gets Margot Packwood’s vote in Ipswich despite her membership being terminated
    Labour still gets Margot Packwood’s vote in Ipswich despite her membership being terminated. She may have been thrown out of the party after more than 70 years for signing her daughter’s nomination paper for the Greens, but nothing was going to stop Margot Packwood from showing her support for Labour. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  95. WATCH: Poignant film remembers Kevin Beattie and looks ahead to statue design
    WATCH: Poignant film remembers Kevin Beattie and looks ahead to statue design. A short film has been produced reflecting on the life of Ipswich Town legend Kevin Beattie and the campaign for a statue of him in Portman Road. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  96. Missing sheep found after midnight escape
    Missing sheep found after midnight escape. The five remaining missing rare breed sheep which escaped from Baylham House Rare Breeds Farm in Suffolk have been found safe and well. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  97. More than 20 arrests made in Suffolk during national county lines crackdown
    More than 20 arrests made in Suffolk during national county lines crackdown. A total of 24 people have been arrested in Suffolk as part of a national crackdown on county lines drugs gangs. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  98. Suffolk carers charity scoops top national award
    Suffolk carers charity scoops top national award. A Suffolk charity will receive £40,000 in unrestricted funding after scooping a prestigious national award for its work. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  99. Dream Lodges offer year-round homes at former holiday park
    Dream Lodges offer year-round homes at former holiday park. A new residential park in Suffolk could be the ideal place for someone looking to downsize, cut their bills or seeking a low maintenance housing option. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  100. Woman ‘stabbed friend in arm with sword’, court hears
    Woman ‘stabbed friend in arm with sword’, court hears. A Suffolk woman stabbed a man in the arm with a sword after accusing him of stealing money from her, a court heard. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.