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  1. POPULAR:Arras Square St Stephens Lane
    I know they talked about working on the trees here near the church but one has now been chopped down! The ancient yew that was just by the corner of the church tower, removed yesterday. I can see some benefits but it seemed a bit hasty. Those yew trees, the traditional churchyard tree of England, been there hundred of years probably, gone in a day, with no discussion! An act of vandalism on par with knocking down the church tower itself some may say.
  2. Easter fun for families at Woodbridge garden centre
    Easter fun for families at Woodbridge garden centre. A Suffolk garden centre is hosting a range of fun activities for children and families to enjoy over the Easter holidays. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  3. Elmer crafts teach children about acceptance
    Elmer crafts teach children about acceptance. Fans of the beloved children’s book Elmer stomped their way into an Ipswich library to celebrate their own unique qualities and appearances. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  4. Death of man hit by car on A14 was suicide, coroner concludes
    Death of man hit by car on A14 was suicide, coroner concludes. An inquest into the death of a man who died after being hit by a car on the A14 has concluded it was suicide. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  5. East Suffolk’s new council keeps politicians guessing
    East Suffolk’s new council keeps politicians guessing. East Suffolk Council is one of two new “super districts” that have just been created in the county from the merger of former districts. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  6. POPULAR:Crossroads crash causing A140 traffic
    Crossroads crash causing A140 traffic. A crossroads on the A140 is blocked after at leas three cars collided close to Stoke Ash. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  7. The boxing classes helping people with Parkinson’s
    The boxing classes helping people with Parkinson’s. Nicola Warren finds out about special boxing classes ahead of World Parkinson’s Day (April 11). Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  8. Meet Boy at the Back of the Class author at Waterstone’s
    Meet Boy at the Back of the Class author at Waterstone’s. An anti-trafficking campaigner who spent years helping families in refugee camps before writing a book which scooped this year’s Waterstones Children’s Book Prize is coming to Ipswich. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  9. Opening date revealed for Ipswich fish restaurant
    Opening date revealed for Ipswich fish restaurant. A Suffolk family is to open a new fish restaurant in Ipswich. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  10. Families devastated after vandals attack baby memorial tree
    Families devastated after vandals attack baby memorial tree. A midwife has condemned vandals who damaged a memorial tree for bereaved families in Ipswich. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  11. Parents describe Peppa Pig movie mix up as a ‘horrible experience’
    Parents describe Peppa Pig movie mix up as a ‘horrible experience’. Families who were forced to watch horror movie trailers with their pre-schoolers while they waited to see the Easter holiday hit Peppa Pig: Festival of Fun have spoken out about their experience. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  12. Police rule out ‘potentially interesting’ lead in cold case review
    Police rule out ‘potentially interesting’ lead in cold case review. The tragedy of an 82-year-old woman murdered in her own home remains a mystery as Suffolk police admit they are no further forward in their investigation despite exploring a “potentially interesting” new line of enquiry. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  13. Time running out to make bids in Ultimate Charity Auction
    Time running out to make bids in Ultimate Charity Auction. Time is running out to make bids in a huge online charity auction, with more than 100 prizes up for grabs – including a VIP trip to watch boxer Anthony Joshua in New York. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  14. Six fire engines tackle blaze at old Fisons factory
    Six fire engines tackle blaze at old Fisons factory. A major fire has broken out at the derelict Fisons factory in Bramford. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  15. ‘Vile’ attack on ducks in Castle Park
    ‘Vile’ attack on ducks in Castle Park. A woman has told how she was left traumatised after watching a group of teenagers kicking and whipping ducks in Colchester’s Castle Park. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  16. Have you seen this man, who is wanted on recall to prison?
    Have you seen this man, who is wanted on recall to prison? A 32-year-old man who is believed to be in the Great Yarmouth area is wanted on recall to prison. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  17. Record-breaking month for Stansted Airport
    Record-breaking month for Stansted Airport. Stansted Airport saw 2. 11 million passengers pass through the airport in March, up 6. 1% on the same month in 2018. Continue reading.
  18. REVIEW: Dirty Dancing stage show will give you the time of your life
    REVIEW: Dirty Dancing stage show will give you the time of your life. Dirty Dancing is at the Ipswich Regent until April 13. Have you seen the show? See our review below. Continue reading.
  19. Debenhams has gone into administration – what is a future for stores in Ipswich, Bury and Colchester?
    Debenhams has gone into administration – what is a future for stores in Ipswich, Bury and Colchester? Debenhams has entered administration in a move expected to create a wave of store closures and job losses – leaving employees and shoppers across the region feeling worried about the future. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  20. TV:The eight burning questions we have after watching episode two of Line of Duty series five. CONTAINS SPOILERS
    TV:The eight burning questions we have after watching episode two of Line of Duty series five. CONTAINS SPOILERS. Watching the Detectives: the pace didn’t relent in episode two of Line of Duty, and it’s left us with burning questions we need answering in episode three of this year’s most-watched TV show. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  21. The Boys Are Back: Five, A1, 911 and Damage to play Ipswich Regent
    The Boys Are Back: Five, A1, 911 and Damage to play Ipswich Regent. Ipswich Regent are playing host to a boy band extravaganza next year when four of the biggest names in 1990s pop get together to bring down the house. On Sunday March 1, the warning will be sounded ‘The Boys Are Back in Town’ as Five, A1, 911 and Damage take to the stage and transport a generation back to a carefree youth. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  22. Authorities team up to tackle growing menace of modern day slavery
    Authorities team up to tackle growing menace of modern day slavery. As part of our series on multiculturual Ipswich, we take a look at modern slavery, which affects some migrants in Suffolk. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  23. Dog bites two girls aged five and six in Ipswich park
    Dog bites two girls aged five and six in Ipswich park. Two small girls were bitten by an Alsatian off the lead near a children’s play area in Ipswich. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  24. Warning issued to shoppers as Debenhams shares are suspended
    Warning issued to shoppers as Debenhams shares are suspended. Suffolk shoppers have been warned to use any Debenhams gift vouchers as soon as possible or risk losing the money. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  25. Frank Skinner leads new names heading to Latitude Festival
    Frank Skinner leads new names heading to Latitude Festival. You’re in for an unforgettable weekend on music, comedy and theatre as Latitude Festival returns for 2019. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  26. Get your hands on free Ben & Jerry’s ice cream today
    Get your hands on free Ben & Jerry’s ice cream today. Are you often stuck in a cone-undrum about what flavour to go for? Today the people of Ipswich can try a range of Ben & Jerry’s flavours including cookie dough and cherry - all free of charge. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  27. Sheepshanks addresses Suffolk business leaders and decision makers
    Sheepshanks addresses Suffolk business leaders and decision makers. Ipswich Town Football Club’s former chairman is set to speak to Suffolk business leaders. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  28. Tourism guide launched to boost trade across Norfolk and Suffolk
    Tourism guide launched to boost trade across Norfolk and Suffolk. With their enviable beaches, idyllic countryside locations and rare wildlife, Norfolk and Suffolk have long been tourist hotspots. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  29. Five times a week flights to `wonderful’ Copenhagen
    Five times a week flights to `wonderful’ Copenhagen. A new five times a week service from Stansted to Copenhagen, Denmark, has been launched today by Scandinavian Airlines. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  30. Will more Suffolk councils merge and what will it mean for homes?
    Will more Suffolk councils merge and what will it mean for homes? The merger of two Suffolk councils is still on the cards according to their leaders – one year after the plans were thrown in doubt. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  31. Labour can’t lose in Ipswich – but how many people will vote in the election?
    Labour can’t lose in Ipswich – but how many people will vote in the election? Unlike other Suffolk councils where all the seats up for election this year, there are votes for only a third of those in Ipswich – and the arithmetic makes it impossible for Labour to lose power in the borough. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  32. Challenges building cultural cohesion with town’s newer arrivals
    Challenges building cultural cohesion with town’s newer arrivals. As part of our series on multiculturalism in Ipswich, we take a look at how cultural differences have posed challenges for new arrivals in the town. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  33. Ipswich man downloaded more than 80,000 indecent images of children, court told
    Ipswich man downloaded more than 80,000 indecent images of children, court told. An Ipswich man who downloaded more than 80,000 indecent images of children has been spared an immediate prison sentence. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  34. Long standing Tory councillors to seek re-election as Independent candidates
    Long standing Tory councillors to seek re-election as Independent candidates. A senior Tory councillor is to stand as an Independent in this year’s local elections after being deselected by her party association. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  35. Ipswich’s problems raised with transport secretary Chris Grayling
    Ipswich’s problems raised with transport secretary Chris Grayling. Ipswich Conservative candidate Tom Hunt has met transport secretary Chris Grayling in a bid to persuade him to back road and rail improvements for the town. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  36. Essex County Council has the most highly-paid staff in the UK
    Essex County Council has the most highly-paid staff in the UK. Essex County Council pays more of it staff more than £100,000 a year than any other local authority in the UK according to new figures from the Taxpayers’ Alliance. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  37. Delays on busy Suffolk road as broken down HGV blocks lane
    Delays on busy Suffolk road as broken down HGV blocks lane. A lane on the A140 is closed after a heavy goods vehicle broke down while trying to climb a hill near Coddenham. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  38. The Guilty Feminist podcast hits the road and provides laughter and music
    The Guilty Feminist podcast hits the road and provides laughter and music. “I’m a feminist but. ” The Guilty Feminist podcast has become a comedy phenomenon with over 60 million downloads since it launched in December 2015 and now it’s on tour and coming to East Anglia. Comedian Deborah Frances-White and her guests will be discussing their noble goals as 21st century feminists and their hypocrisies and insecurities which undermine those goals. Continue reading.
  39. Family’s anger at mental health trust’s response to death of Henry, 21
    Family’s anger at mental health trust’s response to death of Henry, 21. The family of a 21-year-old Ipswich fashion student have blasted a mental health trust’s response to a report aimed at preventing similar deaths. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  40. CBeebies Twirlywoos bring stage show to New Wolsey in Ipswich
    CBeebies Twirlywoos bring stage show to New Wolsey in Ipswich. The wonderful world of Twirlywoos – as seen on CBeebies – will be brought to life on stage for the first time in Ipswich next week, when Toodloo, Great BigHoo, Chickedy, Chick and Peekaboo set sail for the New Wolsey Theatre on Monday April 15 and Tuesday 16. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  41. Daniel Saunders: Five charged with assisting teenager accused of murder
    Daniel Saunders: Five charged with assisting teenager accused of murder. Two teenagers and three men will appear in Ipswich Crown Court this week, charged with assisting a boy accused of murdering Daniel Saunders. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  42. Attacker wearing balaclava and goggles robs man at knifepoint in park
    Attacker wearing balaclava and goggles robs man at knifepoint in park. A man has been robbed at kinfepoint by a group of men in a Stowmarket park. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  43. Suffolk teenagers found safe and well after six days missing
    Suffolk teenagers found safe and well after six days missing. Teenagers Jamie Jones and Freddie Taylor have been found safe and well after they were last seen on April 1. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  44. Huge fire in Sedge Fen at a ‘possible cannabis farm’
    Huge fire in Sedge Fen at a ‘possible cannabis farm’. A huge fire at a three-story warehouse in Sedge Fen is believed to be at a building being used as a cannabis farm, police officers have revealed. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  45. ‘Volcanic rock’ style material could replace tower block cladding
    ‘Volcanic rock’ style material could replace tower block cladding. Cladding on an Ipswich tower block is being replaced and the new material could be fitted later this year, we can reveal. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  46. ‘Inappropriate’ horror trailer shown before Peppa Pig film at Ipswich cinema
    ‘Inappropriate’ horror trailer shown before Peppa Pig film at Ipswich cinema. Empire Cinema in Ipswich’s Buttermarket is investigating why an “inappropriate” trailer was shown before a Peppa Pig film. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  47. Three reasons why road deaths are reducing in Suffolk
    Three reasons why road deaths are reducing in Suffolk. Fewer people are dying on Suffolk’s roads – with police recording a 20% drop in fatal crashes compared to last year. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  48. Watch: Ipswich fountains bring early Easter fun for children on the Cornhill
    Watch: Ipswich fountains bring early Easter fun for children on the Cornhill. The new fountains on Ipswich Cornhill were switched on for the summer on Monday to mark the start of the Easter School holidays. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  49. Mother of man who died on A14 pleaded for him to be sectioned, inquest hears
    Mother of man who died on A14 pleaded for him to be sectioned, inquest hears. The mother of an Ipswich man says she pleaded with his mental health worker to section him the day before he died after being struck by a car on the A14, Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  50. Debenhams likely to go into administration by end of the week
    Debenhams likely to go into administration by end of the week. Debenhams bosses have been attacked by Sports Direct owner Mike Ashley after pressing ahead with a £200m refinancing plan to avoid his takeover bid. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  51. My First Car: Iain’s Triumph 1300 with leather seats, a wooden dash and grandpa’s underpants
    My First Car: Iain’s Triumph 1300 with leather seats, a wooden dash and grandpa’s underpants. 40 years ago the white Triumph 1300 may not have had the ‘street cred’ that Iain Maitland had wanted, but in this week’s My First Car series, the Felixstowe writer reveals how he ‘foolishly’ sold it for scrap value. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  52. Suffolk Show Countdown: Future of TV revealed at Suffolk Show
    Suffolk Show Countdown: Future of TV revealed at Suffolk Show. Suffolk Show goers will get to see some of the ground-breaking hi-tech work going on in the county – and an insight into what we will be watching in the future – as communications giant BT returns for its second year. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  53. Youngsters who have overcome life’s setbacks to be congratulated at awards ceremony
    Youngsters who have overcome life’s setbacks to be congratulated at awards ceremony. They have battled against the likes of depression and learning difficulties - but now young people are to be recognised at an awards ceremony for how they have overcome life’s setbacks. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  54. Two vehicle collision leaves busy Ipswich junction blocked
    Two vehicle collision leaves busy Ipswich junction blocked. Emergency services are at the scene of a collision involving two cars in Ipswich town centre. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  55. Man punched in face in Stowmarket attack
    Man punched in face in Stowmarket attack. A Saturday night assault has led to a police appeal after a man was punched in the face in Stowmarket. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  56. Suffolk trio charged over two Essex shop break-ins
    Suffolk trio charged over two Essex shop break-ins. Three men have been charged with burglary after charity boxes and cigarettes were snatched in two shop break-ins. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  57. Rejected vision to revive Shotley Pier set to be reviewed
    Rejected vision to revive Shotley Pier set to be reviewed. Rejected plans for the revival of Shotley’s historic pier could be overturned as a planning inspectoer gets set to take a second look at the decision. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  58. I’m making the most of getting older
    I’m making the most of getting older. Comfort waist bands, senior railcards, bus passes - who said there was nothing to look forward to? Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  59. Dog bites two girls aged five and six in Ipswich park
    Dog bites two girls aged five and six in Ipswich park. Two small girls were bitten by an Alsatian off the lead near a children’s play area in Ipswich. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  60. Greggs sausage rolls being recalled amid safety fears
    Greggs sausage rolls being recalled amid safety fears. Greggs is recalling a batch of its mini sausage rolls as they could be “unsafe to eat” and a “safety risk”. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  61. Then and now: A look at Ipswich’s lost pubs
    Then and now: A look at Ipswich’s lost pubs. There was a time when there seemed to be a pub on every corner in Ipswich. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  62. Ipswich town centre road closed for emergency repairs
    Ipswich town centre road closed for emergency repairs. Part of a town centre road has been closed for the majority of a day so that emergency repairs can be carried out. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  63. Why are so many pubs closing?
    Why are so many pubs closing? The number of pubs closing down in Ipwsich is a part of a worrying trend which is being repeated daily across the nation. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  64. Suffolk freight forwarder awarded International Business of the Year
    Suffolk freight forwarder awarded International Business of the Year. A fast-growing freight forwarding firm, which has been buoyed by Brexit contracts, is celebrating a regional business accolade. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  65. Nine-year-old actor from Ipswich to take centre stage at Snape Maltings opera
    Nine-year-old actor from Ipswich to take centre stage at Snape Maltings opera. An nine-year-old Ipswich boy is to take centre stage at Snape Maltings this month as the English Touring Opera (ETO) brings its season of “Kings and Queens” to Suffolk. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  66. Reformed jihadi says debate is key to building cultural cohesion in town
    Reformed jihadi says debate is key to building cultural cohesion in town. As part of our series on multiculturalism in Ipswich, we spoke to a reformed jihadi who has worked to support harmonious intercultural relations in Ipswich. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  67. Were you on the Yates dance floor this weekend?
    Were you on the Yates dance floor this weekend? Take a look at the party animals who were showing off their best dance moves in Yates in Ipswich on Saturday. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  68. Suffolk superyacht specialist growing by more than 300% each month
    Suffolk superyacht specialist growing by more than 300% each month. As dream starts go, it is hard to rival the success of Shipyard Supply Co. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  69. “Lost control of the planning system” – procedure hampering council from halting Sproughton and Bramford expansion
    “Lost control of the planning system” – procedure hampering council from halting Sproughton and Bramford expansion. The vast expansion of rural villages surrounding Ipswich is “inevitable” according to two council leaders, as five miles of the Gipping Valley is inundated with applications. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  70. Foggy start to the day with the risk of thunderstorms this afternoon
    Foggy start to the day with the risk of thunderstorms this afternoon. Suffolk is set for a misty morning, with the chance of a rumble of thunder in the west of the county this afternoon. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  71. How Muslim community has grown in ‘peaceful’ Ipswich
    How Muslim community has grown in ‘peaceful’ Ipswich. For our latest look at multiculturalism in Ipswich, we met with representatives of the town’s Muslim community. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  72. Election candidate targeted by online trolls
    Election candidate targeted by online trolls. A Conservative Party candidate has spoken of the sexist and derogatory abuse she has received after announcing she is standing in the local elections in Ipswich on May 2. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  73. Egg-cellent ideas for family-friendly days out this Easter - as recommended by you
    Egg-cellent ideas for family-friendly days out this Easter - as recommended by you. Not made plans for the Easter holidays yet? Don’t despair because we asked mums, dad and grandparents in Suffolk for their top days out suggestions. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  74. Ipswich MP Sandy Martin takes out the trash
    Ipswich MP Sandy Martin takes out the trash. Ipswich MP Sandy Martin swapped the Palace of Westminster for the bogs of an Ipswich river to collect rubbish on the weekend. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  75. We are not selling off the family silver but protecting our town, says council chief
    We are not selling off the family silver but protecting our town, says council chief. Selling off land at Scrivener Drive for the Aldi development and off-loading the Fisons building is helping Ipswich Borough Council protect the town for generations to come, says council leader David Ellesmere in his latest column. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  76. Could more new homes be on the way for Ipswich town centre?
    Could more new homes be on the way for Ipswich town centre? New owners have taken on the former Woolworths site in Carr Street, Ipswich and there could now be a tranformation of the upper floors, with the potential for new homes. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  77. Growing up in the 1980s: Your guide to the Brat Pack movies
    Growing up in the 1980s: Your guide to the Brat Pack movies. Want to know who’s pretty in pink or what Ferris Bueller did on his day off? Here’s The Heaven guide to the must see Brat Pack movies Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  78. From Rat Pack to Brat Pack to Zoella...each generation has its heroes
    From Rat Pack to Brat Pack to Zoella. each generation has its heroes. The Brat Pack were ‘The’ movie phenomena of the early 80s. They were a group of young talented actors who found themselves drawn into the orbit of National Lampoon writer and film-maker John Hughes. Continue reading.
  79. WEATHER: Grey, misty and possibly thundery start to the day for Suffolk
    WEATHER: Grey, misty and possibly thundery start to the day for Suffolk. Forecasters have warned of a foggy morning with a chance of thunderstorms across the county today before sunshine breaks through the clouds. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  80. £1,500 of gardening equipment stolen from Ipswich allotment in ‘planned’ raid
    £1,500 of gardening equipment stolen from Ipswich allotment in ‘planned’ raid. Thousands of pounds of gardening equipment has been stolen from an allotment in Ipswich after thieves broke through two exterior fences before smashing through the metal door of a storage unit. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  81. ‘Huge’ insect numbers in green headlands
    ‘Huge’ insect numbers in green headlands. Monitoring of highly productive crop fields in East Anglia last year has identified a ‘huge’ number of insects and a ‘vast’ array of biodiversity, its organisers say. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  82. Combat ready - mercenaries in trials for UK squad
    Combat ready - mercenaries in trials for UK squad. The art of combat from a bygone time was on full display as men fought with authentic weapons to prove stamina and skill. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  83. “This hasn’t been a good week for the Army”
    “This hasn’t been a good week for the Army”. The Army’s Chief of General Staff has criticised soldiers’ indiscipline, including the video of Colchester-based paratroopers using a picture of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn that went viral. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  84. Ipswich crime hotspot ‘not getting fair share’ of police, MP claims
    Ipswich crime hotspot ‘not getting fair share’ of police, MP claims. A trouble-hit suburb of Ipswich plagued with anti-social behaviour is not getting its fair share of police resources compared to other parts of the town, the area’s MP has claimed. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  85. Better protection for birds as power poles put underground at hamlet
    Better protection for birds as power poles put underground at hamlet. Work is underway on a £425,000 project to remove overhead power lines at a Suffolk wildlife haven – protecting its birds and environment. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  86. Rally sees protestors pledge to keep up pressure on Belle Vue Park
    Rally sees protestors pledge to keep up pressure on Belle Vue Park. Campaigners opposed to controversial plans for a hotel and restaurant on part of Belle Vue Park in Sudbury have held a protest rally. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  87. Retailer says it is time to celebrate Suffolk’s market towns
    Retailer says it is time to celebrate Suffolk’s market towns. Suffolk shop owner Jane Dekker says it is time to shout out about the independent traders in Suffolk’s towns. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  88. A12 re-opened after collision and pothole chaos
    A12 re-opened after collision and pothole chaos. Officers from Essex Police have confirmed that the road is now re-opened after it had been shut for much of the early afternoon. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  89. Tributes paid to former St Joseph’s College teacher Paul McAuley
    Tributes paid to former St Joseph’s College teacher Paul McAuley. A Catholic environmental activist found dead in Peru was a former teacher at a top Ipswich school. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  90. Top tribute festival coming to Trinity Park
    Top tribute festival coming to Trinity Park. The family friendly NeaRly Festival will be back in Ipswich this summer. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  91. Thief who stole from ITFC star among those jailed this week
    Thief who stole from ITFC star among those jailed this week. The criminals put behind bars this week in Suffolk and north Essex will be locked up for a combined total of more than 10 years. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  92. Fight in Ipswich park leaves teenager with bruising to eye
    Fight in Ipswich park leaves teenager with bruising to eye. A fight between a group of young people left a teenager with bruising to the eye, police have said. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  93. Butley Priory inspires family-friendly, Gothic stage drama
    Butley Priory inspires family-friendly, Gothic stage drama. Creepy Gothic tales are timeless storytelling favourites. We talk to poet and theatre-maker Murray Lachlan Young who combines tradition with technology in an exciting new stage show Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  94. Armed forces mental health charity to come to Woodbridge
    Armed forces mental health charity to come to Woodbridge. Veterans and serving personnel in Suffolk are set to gain further mental health support as a Norfolk-based charity starts a new coffee morning in the county. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  95. Driver caught doing 75mph on a 30mph road
    Driver caught doing 75mph on a 30mph road. A motorist has been caught driving more than twice the speed limit on a country road in Suffolk. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  96. The legacy and influence of the hidden Brat Packer – director John Hughes
    The legacy and influence of the hidden Brat Packer – director John Hughes. Director John Hughes created some of the most memorable Brat Pack films and his legacy has inspired film and TV makers for decades – from Heathers to Netflix’s Sex Education, Mean Girls to Juno, there’s a Hughes flavour to a host of classic entertainment. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  97. Stowmarket Train Station to receive £3m boost from SnOasis project
    Stowmarket Train Station to receive £3m boost from SnOasis project. Stowmarket Train Station is set to receive a huge £3million boost as part of a project to build a half a billion pound snow centre in mid Suffolk. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  98. Suffolk Day shop opens for 2019
    Suffolk Day shop opens for 2019. The Suffolk Day Big Weekender is fast approaching – and now you can buy a host of Suffolk Day merchandise to celebrate the big day. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  99. Naked visitors at Christchurch Mansion were among our most read stories of the week
    Naked visitors at Christchurch Mansion were among our most read stories of the week. Spend the weekend catching up with the stories you may have missed including details of the Colchester Carnival and the fastest recorded speeds clocked by police in Suffolk. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  100. Two separate crashes happen within minutes in Ipswich
    Two separate crashes happen within minutes in Ipswich. Emergency services attended two separate crashes within minutes of each other in Ipswich tonight. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.