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  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. Comedy night in memory of Kevin Beattie will raise money for statue appeal
    Comedy night in memory of Kevin Beattie will raise money for statue appeal. As the Kevin Beattie statue campaign closes in on its target, more events are being held to raise funds. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  4. Ipswich store slashes prices to clear stock on last day
    Ipswich store slashes prices to clear stock on last day. An eccentric stationery store in the heart of Ipswich has cut its prices in a bid to clear stock on its final day of trading. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  5. MP concerned by possible reduced access to minor injuries unit
    MP concerned by possible reduced access to minor injuries unit. Concerns have been raised about a reduction in services at the Felixstowe Minor Injuries Unit after it was alleged that the NHS 111 service had stopped referring patients to the service. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  6. Highways England takes a wrong turning with its Suffolk road directions!
    Highways England takes a wrong turning with its Suffolk road directions! Highways England PR chiefs have been left with egg on their face showing that they don’t know where they’re going by listing the A14 Ipswich to Lowestoft road as one of Britain’s favourite trunk roads! Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  7. Swine fever outbreak boosts Suffolk and Norfolk pork exports
    Swine fever outbreak boosts Suffolk and Norfolk pork exports. Pork giant Cranswick has reported soaring exports to China after African swine fever wiped out pig herds across Asia. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  8. Check our guide to see which pharmacies are open on the late May bank holiday
    Check our guide to see which pharmacies are open on the late May bank holiday. Which pharmacies will be open on bank holiday Monday, May 27? Check our guide if you need to pick up medicines or ask a pharmacist for advice Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  9. Suffolk port links up to Yorkshire logistics hub
    Suffolk port links up to Yorkshire logistics hub. Another rail connection has been added to the Port of Felixstowe. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  10. Essex renamed ‘Essos’ to honour Game of Thrones finale
    Essex renamed ‘Essos’ to honour Game of Thrones finale. Essex has been transformed into ‘Essos’ to celebrate the legacy of HBO’s hit TV show Game of Thrones. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  11. Children’s services in Suffolk rated outstanding by education watchdog
    Children’s services in Suffolk rated outstanding by education watchdog. Children’s social care services in Suffolk have been awarded an ‘outstanding’ rating from Ofsted following an inspection. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  12. Gentleman Jack: All you need to know about Sunday night TV heroine Anne Lister
    Gentleman Jack: All you need to know about Sunday night TV heroine Anne Lister. Astute businesswoman, mountaineer, globetrotter, prolific diarist, a proud lesbian during a time when it was difficult simply to be a woman – Anne ‘Gentleman Jack’ Lister was one of the 19th century’s most intriguing characters. Find out more about BBC1’s new heroine. CONTAINS SPOILERS. Continue reading.
  13. Long delays on A14 after crash between lorry and car
    Long delays on A14 after crash between lorry and car. A stretch of the A14 near Bury St Edmunds is blocked following a crash between a lorry and a car. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  14. Fire breaks out at Suffolk prison
    Fire breaks out at Suffolk prison. Fire engines have been called to the scene of a fire at HMP Highpoint prison in Suffolk. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  15. Former world’s fattest man Paul Mason is returning home
    Former world’s fattest man Paul Mason is returning home. Former world’s fattest man – Paul Mason from Ipswich – is returning to the UK after his new life in the USA turned south. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  16. Tributes paid after death of ‘inspirational’ former schoolmaster
    Tributes paid after death of ‘inspirational’ former schoolmaster. A former Woodbridge School master has died after a battle with cancer, the school has confirmed. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  17. More than 50 ways to celebrate third annual Suffolk Day
    More than 50 ways to celebrate third annual Suffolk Day. With just one month to go until this year’s Suffolk Day, we take a look at the events celebrating what makes the home of Ed Sheeran, John Constable and Griff Rhys Jones so great. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  18. Taxi driver who was caught defecating on the street suspended for 28 day by council
    Taxi driver who was caught defecating on the street suspended for 28 day by council. A taxi driver who was caught on CCTV defecating on the street outside a social club in Colchester has been suspended from work for 28 days. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  19. ‘There is a crisis on the high street’ – Business leader warns Ipswich town centre must adapt to survive
    ‘There is a crisis on the high street’ – Business leader warns Ipswich town centre must adapt to survive. Ipswich town centre must adapt to the changing world in order to survive, a business leader has warned. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  20. Could you give Freddo the frightened cat a quiet new home?
    Could you give Freddo the frightened cat a quiet new home? Freddo the frightened cat needs a quiet new forever home. Could you be his new owner? Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  21. POPULAR:Ipswich Buses: General Manager's 93% profit fall at former employer
    The new General Manager (effectively a deputy MD) at Ipswich Buses, managed to take a profitable business of some £396,035 and just a year later the profits fell 93% to just £25,006! Before the company GHA Coaches Ltd fell into administration a year later. I wonder if this sort of approach will help Ipswich Buses. and whether the failure of this business was the reason the General Manager was appointed? Although only a General Manager by job title, there were no CEO or MD, it was the General Manager at the helm, reporting to the two directors.
  22. POPULAR:Stephen Bryce CV: General Manager, Ipswich Buses
    As this public CV is highly regarded in Google and was discovered by coincidence on searching for GHA Coaches (Page 1), it would be rude not to publish it (minus contact details of course). What do we know about Steve Bryce? Steve was a bus driver for 2 years for PCV. He then went to Dunn-Line Travel as Operations Supervisor for just over a year, promoted to National Express Manager (not at National Express, a job title) for just over a year and promoted to General Manager for just under 3 years. Steve then went to Premiere Travel Ltd as General Operations Manager.
  23. Air Ambulance support as pair arrested on train tracks for Ipswich burglary
    Air Ambulance support as pair arrested on train tracks for Ipswich burglary. Police have arrested a man and detained a woman caught on train tracks in Ipswich after a suspected burglary. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  24. Dramatic casting vote decides new leader of Mid Suffolk District Council
    Dramatic casting vote decides new leader of Mid Suffolk District Council. A dramatic first meeting of the new-look Mid Suffolk District Council has resulted in a new leader – but went down to the wire with the chairman’s casting vote. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  25. Golden Games encourages physical and mental activity among older people
    Golden Games encourages physical and mental activity among older people. Older people were able to experience a reminiscence session and try a range of gentle sporting activities at a Golden Games event. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  26. Terror suspect: ‘I lived in four bed home in nicest part of Ipswich’
    Terror suspect: ‘I lived in four bed home in nicest part of Ipswich’. A suspected terrorist has claimed he was placed in a four bedroom house in the “nicest part of Ipswich” under a government monitoring program. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  27. Teen remains in life-threatening condition after serious car crash
    Teen remains in life-threatening condition after serious car crash. A teenage boy is still in a life-threatening condition, 36 hours after a car crash in Essex. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  28. London teen in court after Bury St Edmunds drugs arrest
    London teen in court after Bury St Edmunds drugs arrest. A teenager from London has appeared in court after police in Bury St Edmunds stopped him with 186 wraps of class A drugs in his car. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  29. Fireworks sparks a celebration for plant firm
    Fireworks sparks a celebration for plant firm. Thompson & Morgan’s Plant of the Year entry Agapanthus Fireworks has taken third place at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, following on from its success in 2018. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  30. Huge rise in teens in unregulated accommodation sparks concern about threat from criminal gangs
    Huge rise in teens in unregulated accommodation sparks concern about threat from criminal gangs. The number of Suffolk teenagers being housed in unregulated accommodation has more than quadrupled in the past decade – amid concerns about their vulnerability to criminals and paedophiles. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  31. Arsonists caused £1.6million of damage trying to cremate mouse
    Arsonists caused £1. 6million of damage trying to cremate mouse. Two men whose “sheer stupidity” caused a devastating fire at Cycle King in Bury St Edmunds which caused £1. 6 million damage had been trying to cremate a mouse, a court has heard. Continue reading.
  32. Highways England takes a wrong turning with its Suffolk road directions!
    Highways England takes a wrong turning with its Suffolk road directions! Highways England PR chiefs have been left with egg on their face showing that they don’t know where they’re going by listing the A14 Ipswich to Lowestoft road as one of Britain’s favourite trunk roads! Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  33. Three play areas at Felixstowe receiving major revamp for toddlers to teens
    Three play areas at Felixstowe receiving major revamp for toddlers to teens. Work is under way on a £265,000 project to upgrade three popular play areas in Felixstowe to modernise and improve the experience for youngsters. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  34. ‘The high street is where shopping comes alive’ - Campaign launched to celebrate Ipswich’s independent heroes
    ‘The high street is where shopping comes alive’ - Campaign launched to celebrate Ipswich’s independent heroes. A new campaign is under way celebrating the independent businesses which shape Ipswich’s unique personality. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  35. Parcel postboxes to be rolled out - cutting post office queues
    Parcel postboxes to be rolled out - cutting post office queues. Royal Mail is set to introduce parcel postboxes across the UK - enabling people to post pre-paid parcels in the same way they currently post letters. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  36. Six of the best for Suffolk plant specialist
    Six of the best for Suffolk plant specialist. A Suffolk plant and seed specialist has plants shortlisted for prizes at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  37. Watch: Ipswich in 60 launch brings capital within an hour of Suffolk
    Watch: Ipswich in 60 launch brings capital within an hour of Suffolk. The long-heralded Norwich in 90, Ipswich in 60 train service between the region and the capital has finally launched with Greater Anglia showing how the faster runs can be achieved. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  38. Man who drove in front of train told daughter he ‘had enough’, inquest hears
    Man who drove in front of train told daughter he ‘had enough’, inquest hears. A man who drove his car onto train tracks at a level crossing in Suffolk had told his daughter he ‘had enough’ just minutes before his car was hit by a train, an inquest has heard. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  39. Framlingham woman paid £32,500 in benefits without declariing savings
    Framlingham woman paid £32,500 in benefits without declariing savings. A dishonest 65-year-old Suffolk woman who was paid £32,500 in benefits without declaring £86,000 in savings has been given a suspended prison sentence. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  40. Greens anger as Independents and Lib Dems set to join Conservatives in Babergh coalition
    Greens anger as Independents and Lib Dems set to join Conservatives in Babergh coalition. Existing Babergh District Council leader John Ward looks set to stay on in the top job with the council, as a clearer picture of the new cabinet starts to take shape. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  41. Survival of the fittest in PARAS’ 10 challenge
    Survival of the fittest in PARAS’ 10 challenge. Civilians and military came together to take on a gruelling airborne forces fitness challenge in Colchester. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  42. Can you help the RSPCA turf cat’s sunbathing spot?
    Can you help the RSPCA turf cat’s sunbathing spot? The RSPCA have appealed for gardeners to help them turf an area at the front of their rehoming centre in Martlesham. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  43. Many bee species extinct or under threat in east of England, report says
    Many bee species extinct or under threat in east of England, report says. Many species of bees are on the brink of extinction in parts of the UK with some species already lost, a major new report has found. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  44. Can you spot yourself partying at Yates in our gallery?
    Can you spot yourself partying at Yates in our gallery? Were you out on the town after watching the FA Cup Final on Saturday? If so, you might spot yourself in our latest Yates nightlife gallery. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  45. Closure of another Ipswich store confirmed
    Closure of another Ipswich store confirmed. Ipswich’s Cotswold Outdoor is the latest store in the town centre to announce its closure. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  46. E-cigarettes recalled amid fears battery could overheat and cause injury
    E-cigarettes recalled amid fears battery could overheat and cause injury. Suffolk Trading Standards has warned that Argos is withdrawing a number of e-cigarettes, because the battery sold with them could cause overheating and result in injury. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  47. 13 wildlife species in danger of disappearing from East Anglia
    13 wildlife species in danger of disappearing from East Anglia. Experts from the RSPB, Suffolk Wildlife Trust, Buglife and the Suffolk Biodiversity Information name species they believe could become extinct from our region. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  48. Can you spot your Disney pooch at Paws in the Park?
    Can you spot your Disney pooch at Paws in the Park? Dogs of all shapes and sizes and even some dressed as Disney characters, had a ‘pawesome’ time at Nowton Park in Bury St Edmunds yesterday. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  49. 5 top tips to make your lunchbox more eco-friendly
    5 top tips to make your lunchbox more eco-friendly. It’s not always at the forefront of our minds when we’re quickly wrapping a sandwich for lunch – but reducing our food waste could help save the planet (and our bank balance). Here’s how. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  50. ‘Movement Monday, Shoesday Tuesday!’ – Thousands put best foot forward for Walk to School Week
    ‘Movement Monday, Shoesday Tuesday! ’ – Thousands put best foot forward for Walk to School Week. Families across the county are set to lace up their walking shoes and ditch the school run as part of a week-long campaign to boost activity levels in Suffolk. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  51. Huge landmark for Beattie statue campaign as total hits £80k and work gets under way
    Huge landmark for Beattie statue campaign as total hits £80k and work gets under way. Work is set to start on the statue of Kevin Beattie after our fundraising campaign took a giant step towards meeting its target. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  52. Revealed – The first three recipients of the Suffolk Medal
    Revealed – The first three recipients of the Suffolk Medal. The first ever recipients of a new honour recognising Suffolk’s most outstanding people have been named. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  53. First ‘Ipswich in 60’ trains to be launched by Greater Anglia
    First ‘Ipswich in 60’ trains to be launched by Greater Anglia. Greater Anglia today officially launches its “Norwich in 90, Ipswich in 60” service, with two fast trains in each direction every weekday between the region and Liverpool Street. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  54. Risk of cyber attack ‘highest its ever been’ as county council doubles down on defence
    Risk of cyber attack ‘highest its ever been’ as county council doubles down on defence. Figures obtained under the Freedom of Information act show that in 2018, £47,593 was spent on cyber security by the council, up £17,000 on the previous year and up £21,000 from 2016, an increase of 80%. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  55. Carpendale crowned Woodbridge 10K champion, while Davies breaks female course record
    Carpendale crowned Woodbridge 10K champion, while Davies breaks female course record. Ben Carpendale won an exciting head-to-head tussle with Matt Spencer to lift the Woodbridge 10K title this lunchtime, while Helen Davies broke the female course record on her way to an impressive third-placed finish overall. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  56. Jaguars, Range Rovers and BMW X5s driven by ambulance staff on the NHS
    Jaguars, Range Rovers and BMW X5s driven by ambulance staff on the NHS. Ambulance bosses say the cost of leasing cars to staff is going down – despite Jaguars, a BMW X5, sport model Audis and Land Rovers being among vehicles driven. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  57. Life after a kidney transplant – Claire’s story 20 years on from dad’s donation
    Life after a kidney transplant – Claire’s story 20 years on from dad’s donation. It is nearly two decades since this brave dad put his own life at risk to save his daughter’s – and now the pair are sharing their story to inspire hope in others. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  58. POPULAR:Customers go ‘potty’ for Aldi’s new range
    Customers go ‘potty’ for Aldi’s new range. Hogwarts fans across Ipswich can now get their hands on some great value Harry Potter merchandise thanks to Aldi’s new range which launched today. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  59. Teenager fighting for his life after early morning crash
    Teenager fighting for his life after early morning crash. An 18-year-old man is fighting for his life and another teenager is being questioned by police after a crash in Great Bromley near Colchester. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  60. Chris Grayling’s decision to privatise the Probation Service has been a disaster
    Chris Grayling’s decision to privatise the Probation Service has been a disaster. Has there ever been a minister as incompetent as Chris Grayling? Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  61. International football star supports over 180 teams at huge Suffolk FA tournament
    International football star supports over 180 teams at huge Suffolk FA tournament. A former international football player has showed her support for the Suffolk FA at their annual festival of football which saw more than 180 teams competing in women’s world cup themed competition. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  62. Crowds turn out to enjoy Weird and Wonderful Wood
    Crowds turn out to enjoy Weird and Wonderful Wood. Weird and Wonderful Wood has lived up to its name, with an amazing selection of wood-themed attractions at the annual event. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  63. Greater Anglia charity train raises £21,000 for children’s hospices
    Greater Anglia charity train raises £21,000 for children’s hospices. East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices are to get more than £21,000 after Saturday’s charity diesel railtour around the region. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  64. Suffolk’s new chief constable on changing face of policing – and the TV show you should watch
    Suffolk’s new chief constable on changing face of policing – and the TV show you should watch. In his first column for this newspaper since becoming Suffolk’s chief constable, Stephen Jupp talks about changes and challenges facing the force – and which police show people should watch. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  65. Author Anthony Horowitz praises ‘amazing’ Suffolk volunteers helping struggling young families
    Author Anthony Horowitz praises ‘amazing’ Suffolk volunteers helping struggling young families. Bestselling author Anthony Horowitz has praised an inspiring group of volunteers who support young families in Suffolk facing difficulties including depression and isolation. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  66. Ipswich schools get share of £1.2m pot to teach cooking, gardening and woodwork
    Ipswich schools get share of £1. 2m pot to teach cooking, gardening and woodwork. Pupils in Ipswich will be taught life skills such as cooking, gardening and bicycle maintenance under a new project. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  67. Suffolk superstar ‘Josh of the Jungle’ halfway through mammoth ultra marathon challenge
    Suffolk superstar ‘Josh of the Jungle’ halfway through mammoth ultra marathon challenge. Suffolk’s answer to George of the Jungle has reached the halfway mark of a mammoth fundraising task, running nearly 300 miles through rainforest in Sri Lanka and Peru. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  68. What we know so far about the Queen’s Birthday flypast over Suffolk and Essex
    What we know so far about the Queen’s Birthday flypast over Suffolk and Essex. It is nearly time for the Queen’s Birthday flypast – and Suffolk and Essex could again get one of the best views of the impressive spectacle. Here’s what we know. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  69. Margot, 92, expelled by Labour after backing Green daughter in poll
    Margot, 92, expelled by Labour after backing Green daughter in poll. Margot Packwood has been a member of the Labour Party for more than 70 years – but was shocked to get a letter from the party cancelling her membership after breaking its election rules. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  70. WATCH – Can you spot yourself at this year’s Hadleigh Show?
    WATCH – Can you spot yourself at this year’s Hadleigh Show? It was smiles all round at the 180th Hadleigh Show – with some of Suffolk’s finest cattle, sheep and goats on their very best behaviour for their moment in the sun. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  71. 21 great sandwiches of the world - how many have you tried?
    21 great sandwiches of the world - how many have you tried? British Sandwich Week begins on May 19. So let’s get creative. Forget about those limp cheese and ham or tuna mayo sarnies and try one of our more drool-worthy suggestions from across the globe. Continue reading.
  72. ‘We’re devastated’ – Popular village post office to close
    ‘We’re devastated’ – Popular village post office to close. The closure of a north Essex village’s only post office has been met with sadness and frustration. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  73. Shoppers ‘absolutely disgusted’ by £100 parking fine
    Shoppers ‘absolutely disgusted’ by £100 parking fine. A couple visiting Ipswich from Doncaster left the town with more than they bargained for after being slapped with an £100 parking fine. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  74. Builder jailed after being caught by paedophile hunter posing as 12-year-old girl
    Builder jailed after being caught by paedophile hunter posing as 12-year-old girl. A builder who had sexually explicit online chats with a vigilante paedophile hunter posing as a 12-year-old girl has been jailed for 30 months. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  75. Motorcyclist seriously hurt after crash on country road
    Motorcyclist seriously hurt after crash on country road. A motorcyclist has been rushed to hospital with serious injuries following a collision just north of Debenham. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  76. Summer street market will return at The Saints in Ipswich next month
    Summer street market will return at The Saints in Ipswich next month. Independent traders in The Saints, Ipswich, are getting together to promote another summer street market. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  77. Save the Planet: If only more people were like Adrian Bell
    Save the Planet: If only more people were like Adrian Bell. With the UN suggesting we’re all going to hell in a handcart, one of our greatest writers about farming and rural life still reminds us what we risk losing Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  78. We’re not kidding – There are reports of goats on the A12
    We’re not kidding – There are reports of goats on the A12. Concerned motorists have been calling police about an unusual sight on the A12 in Essex – a herd of goats. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  79. Cafe voted best tea/coffee shop in Suffolk is moving into Ipswich town centre
    Cafe voted best tea/coffee shop in Suffolk is moving into Ipswich town centre. An award-winning vegan cafe is moving into a prime spot in Ipswich town centre. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  80. If you love cheese toasties check out this new market stall
    If you love cheese toasties check out this new market stall. Wright’s Cafe has been making waves on Bury St Edmunds market and on Ipswich’s Cornhill with its gourmet toasted sandwiches packed with delicious artisan fillings. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  81. Property of the week: See inside stunning Tudor manor house Otley Hall, yours for £2.25m
    Property of the week: See inside stunning Tudor manor house Otley Hall, yours for £2. 25m. Would you like to live in your own stately home? Otley Hall, a historic moated Tudor manor house near Ipswich, could be yours - if you have £2. 25million to spend.
  82. Six decades on, the Tractors of the train world still delight the diesel rail fans
    Six decades on, the Tractors of the train world still delight the diesel rail fans. Nearly 60 years ago the first Class 37 diesel locomotive was delivered to British Railways. . . and the engines are still operating all over the country, including preserved lines.
  83. Everything you need to know about the Hadleigh Show
    Everything you need to know about the Hadleigh Show. It is one of Suffolk’s most historic and popular events - so what is there to see at this year’s Hadleigh Show? Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  84. Are you smarter than an 11-year-old? Take our SATs quiz
    Are you smarter than an 11-year-old? Take our SATs quiz. Thousands of Suffolk and Essex pupils have endured Key Stage 2 SATs tests this week – now’s your chance to see how you would do. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  85. Bogus doorstep seller dressed in bright orange ‘offered to tarmac elderly woman’s driveway’
    Bogus doorstep seller dressed in bright orange ‘offered to tarmac elderly woman’s driveway’. A suspected bogus doorstep trader dressed in head to toe in bright orange high-visibility clothing has sparked a warning from trading standards after he offered to tarmac an elderly woman’s driveway. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  86. Not enough shops and too much crime: people in Whitehouse reveal wish-list of changes
    Not enough shops and too much crime: people in Whitehouse reveal wish-list of changes. More shops, a new ‘central hub’ and a crackdown on crime are among a wish-list of changes being drawn up by people living in one of Ipswich’s largest suburbs. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  87. Bus route thought to be under threat will continue
    Bus route thought to be under threat will continue. A vital bus service linking Hadleigh, Sudbury and many Suffolk villages which looked under threat of closure will continue, it has been revealed. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  88. How you can spend this afternoon with Ipswich Town legends Terry Butcher and Frans Thijssen
    How you can spend this afternoon with Ipswich Town legends Terry Butcher and Frans Thijssen. Ipswich Town fans have a chance to spend the afternoon with club legends Terry Butcher and Frans Thijssen today. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  89. Five things not to be missed during Move Suffolk Week
    Five things not to be missed during Move Suffolk Week. A week-long campaign aimed at encouraging Suffolk residents to be more active has been launched today, marking the start of seven days of exciting activities. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  90. Death felt like it was ‘just around the door’: Prince William reveals difficulties of being an air ambulance pilot in East Anglia
    Death felt like it was ‘just around the door’: Prince William reveals difficulties of being an air ambulance pilot in East Anglia. Prince William has spoken of how he was left with a “very depressing” feeling when dealing with families losing their loved ones during his time as an East Anglian Air Ambulance pilot. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  91. Man arrested on suspicion of drug driving after single vehicle crash on A14
    Man arrested on suspicion of drug driving after single vehicle crash on A14. A suspected drug driver has been arrested after a crash on the A14 this afternoon. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  92. ‘Such a crazy few days and so much fun’ - Sitting in the front row at Eurovision
    ‘Such a crazy few days and so much fun’ - Sitting in the front row at Eurovision. As you settle down to watch the Eurovision Contest from your armchair, do you dream of having a seat at the glitzy spectacular? Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  93. Gold medal winning Olympic athletes talk about health at annual Suffolk sports day
    Gold medal winning Olympic athletes talk about health at annual Suffolk sports day. Elite female athletes gathered at an annual sports day in Ipswich to talk about health, fitness and wellbeing as well as raise money for two Suffolk charities. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  94. Man found with sawn-off shotgun in Ipswich is jailed
    Man found with sawn-off shotgun in Ipswich is jailed. An Ipswich man who sparked an armed police response after police received information that a man with a gun had gone into a house in the town has been jailed for 44 months. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  95. POPULAR:New Iceland Food Warehouse to open at Ipswich’s Euro Retail Park
    New Iceland Food Warehouse to open at Ipswich’s Euro Retail Park. Supermarket giant Iceland is to launch two of its new Food Warehouse stores in Ipswich this summer. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  96. Greater Anglia trains improve punctuality as new timetable comes in
    Greater Anglia trains improve punctuality as new timetable comes in. Greater Anglia is heralding some of its best-ever reliability figures for services over the last month – including the InterCity route to London. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  97. See these stunning photos of reflections in Suffolk
    See these stunning photos of reflections in Suffolk. This week we challenged our iWitness members to photograph their best ‘reflections’ - and you didn’t disappoint. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  98. Is your child in our St Joseph’s College colour run gallery?
    Is your child in our St Joseph’s College colour run gallery? Add an explosion of bright orange, yellow, blue and pink to a school fun run and you’re bound to get lots of happy, smiling faces. But this colour run at St Joseph’s College in Ipswich brought an even wider smile to the faces of youngsters, parents and staff - as it helped to raise vital funds for Cancer Research UK and East Anglian Air Ambulance. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  99. Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber duet tops the charts
    BBC News: Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber duet tops the charts I Don't Care goes straight to number one - but falls short of breaking sales records. Continue reading.
  100. Eurovision fans still show their Devotion to our East Anglian Belle
    Eurovision fans still show their Devotion to our East Anglian Belle. Eurovision star of the 1980s Kit Rolfe has gained a whole new generation of younger fans who are excited by the song contest. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.