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  1. What is medical tattooing and who is doing it in Ipswich?
    What is medical tattooing and who is doing it in Ipswich? A Colchester-based tattoo artist who decided to take up medical tattooing will be taking her services to Ipswich. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  2. What is the weather looking like for this weekend?
    What is the weather looking like for this weekend? We’ve had a lovely start to the day and things are looking to stay the same with a dry morning and temperatures expected to range from 22-24C across the weekend. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  3. Extra places available for Great East Run in Ipswich
    Extra places available for Great East Run in Ipswich. The search is on for 10 athletes who will take part in a half-marathon to help raise vital funds for an arts charity. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  4. Busy primary school crossing to be made safer
    Busy primary school crossing to be made safer. A crossing by a busy primary school is being upgraded to improve the safety of children walking to school. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  5. Bury St Edmunds WWI trail honours fallen heroes
    An art trail inspired by items linked to World War One has been set up in a Suffolk town. Continue reading. on BBC News website.
  6. Family seeks answers over circumstances which led to tragic death of Ipswich grandfather
    Family seeks answers over circumstances which led to tragic death of Ipswich grandfather. The family of Clive Wyard have described him as “a man who helped everyone he could and wanted nothing in return. ” Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  7. Revealed – Thousands of ambulance hours wasted waiting at A&E
    Revealed – Thousands of ambulance hours wasted waiting at A&E. Frontline ambulance staff spent the equivalent of half a year waiting to handover patients to A&E at our hospitals. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  8. Revealed – Drive-through restaurants and coffee shop set for new A14 service station
    Revealed – Drive-through restaurants and coffee shop set for new A14 service station. A new service station with drive-through restaurants and a coffee shop could soon be built on a former motocross track off the A14 at Sproughton. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  9. Stansted launches new route
    Stansted launches new route. The first direct route from London Stansted to the southern Norwegian city of Kristiansand have just launched. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  10. CCTV video shows last movements of Ipswich man found collapsed on driveway
    CCTV video shows last movements of Ipswich man found collapsed on driveway. Suffolk police have renewed their appeal for information by releasing a video showing Mr Wyard at the Royal George pub in Ipswich. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  11. Lorry blocks lane after blowing tyre on A14 near Newmarket
    Lorry blocks lane after blowing tyre on A14 near Newmarket. The HGV has broken down between J37 and 38 on the eastbound side of the road. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  12. Weird Suffolk: The haunting of Four Sisters crossroads, Stratford St Mary
    Weird Suffolk: The haunting of Four Sisters crossroads, Stratford St Mary. Everyone knows that back seat drivers are the most annoying of passengers, but when the passenger in question is a manifestation of evil who tries to cause you to crash your car, it takes the concept to a whole new level. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  13. POPULAR:East Anglia’s bridges won’t fail like Genoa, motorists reassured – including A14 Orwell Bridge in Ipswich
    East Anglia’s bridges won’t fail like Genoa, motorists reassured – including A14 Orwell Bridge in Ipswich. Highways England has reassured motorists in Suffolk that its bridges are safe – and confirmed their designs are different to those in the Genoa disaster in Italy. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  14. Collision involving two vehicles at Copdock interchange
    Collision involving two vehicles at Copdock interchange. A Land Rover and a Lorry have collided at the Copdock interchange. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  15. Man dies in hospital after serious Woodbridge crash involving BMW
    Man dies in hospital after serious Woodbridge crash involving BMW. A man in his 90s has died following a road crash in Woodbridge. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  16. Air Ambulance struck by cyber attack
    Air Ambulance struck by cyber attack. The East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA) have warned people to not open an e-mail sent from them. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  17. What makes a beer vegan or gluten free?
    What makes a beer vegan or gluten free? The market for vegan and gluten-free beers is still relatively small, but is expected to grow as millenials become increasingly concerned about what they eat and drink. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  18. Established Suffolk brewer becomes victim of “saturated” beer market - but will relaunch with vegan and gluten free offering
    Established Suffolk brewer becomes victim of “saturated” beer market - but will relaunch with vegan and gluten free offering. The owner of a long-standing Suffolk brewery claims the market for real ales is “saturated”, and has decided to restructure his business to focus instead on vegan and gluten free beers and events. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  19. Set times for the Main stage at first ever RiZE festival
    Set times for the Main stage at first ever RiZE festival. Take a look at the set times for the RiZE festival which is taking place today and tomorrow - acts include Liam Gallagher, Bastille, Rita Ora and more. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  20. What is the weather looking like heading into the weekend?
    What is the weather looking like heading into the weekend? After heavy downpours this week, the clouds have cleared and this morning we have had a bright and sunny start. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  21. Felixstowe homes targeted in ploy by scammers pretending to be from BT
    Felixstowe homes targeted in ploy by scammers pretending to be from BT. Suffolk Trading Standards has reported a spate of scam calls in Felixstowe and Suffolk with people pretending to be from BT. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  22. Nine cows killed in A12 crash
    Nine cows killed in A12 crash. Nine cows have died in a crash on the A12 this morning, with traffic still disrupted. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  23. CCTV appeal after staff ‘pushed and head butted’ over Dyson hoover at Copdock Pc World
    CCTV appeal after staff ‘pushed and head butted’ over Dyson hoover at Copdock Pc World. Police want to identify the man pictured in connection with an alleged assault at an Ipswich electronics shop. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  24. Lucky escape for driver after car severely damaged in serious crash
    Lucky escape for driver after car severely damaged in serious crash. A driver walked away from their smashed and overturned car with minor injuries after crashing overnight in Suffolk. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  25. Aldeburgh Carnival aiming high with Fly Me to the Moon theme
    Aldeburgh Carnival aiming high with Fly Me to the Moon theme. One of Suffolk’s biggest carnivals gets under way tomorrow – with tens of of thousands of visitors expected to visit over its three days. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  26. Five of the most Rock’n’Roll items of Rod Stewart’s furniture up for sale in Essex
    Five of the most Rock’n’Roll items of Rod Stewart’s furniture up for sale in Essex. From a musician wearing a top hat to an armchair with dolphin arms - what is your favourite item? Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  27. Rouge fish sales warning from Trading Standards in Suffolk
    Rouge fish sales warning from Trading Standards in Suffolk. Beware of fishy door-to-door salesman - that is the message from Suffolk Trading Standards. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  28. Ipswich garden’s Class A drugs found by cop dog
    Ipswich garden’s Class A drugs found by cop dog. A police dog, returning from a two-week holiday, has been quick on the hunt for illegal substances since he got back to active duty. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  29. WATCH: we meet Suffolk RSPCA’s longest staying resident
    WATCH: we meet Suffolk RSPCA’s longest staying resident. Blue has been overlooked by more than 3,000 potential owners and has been left behind by 49 of his kennel mates. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  30. Striking new features added to multi-million pound Hadleigh Swimming Pool proposals
    Striking new features added to multi-million pound Hadleigh Swimming Pool proposals. The construction of the new Hadleigh swimming pool could start in the new year according to South Suffolk Leisure (SSL). Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  31. Ipswich School library and teaching block gets Grade II listing
    Ipswich School library and teaching block gets Grade II listing. A key building at a top school in Ipswich has been given Grade II-listed status in honour of its “innovative design”. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  32. Appeal lodged over 290 Rendlesham homes
    Appeal lodged over 290 Rendlesham homes. Developers behind plans to build 290 homes in Rendlesham which were dismissed by Suffolk Coastal as “predatory” have appealed the decision. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  33. A12 closed in both directions after cows hit by vehicles
    A12 closed in both directions after cows hit by vehicles. There is severe disruption on the A12 this morning, with the Witham bypass closed in both directions. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  34. Deadline approaches for farm-based businesses to apply for LEADER grants
    Deadline approaches for farm-based businesses to apply for LEADER grants. Farm-based start-ups or established businesses in various parts of Suffolk and north Essex have until October 31 to benefit from a rural business grant scheme. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  35. Felixstowe roads closed for high Speed action cycling action back in 1973
    Felixstowe roads closed for high Speed action cycling action back in 1973. We look back to when the roads around Felixstowe seafront were closed to allow cycle riders to race along the promenade. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  36. We’ll keep fighting for survival of hedgehogs, say campaigners
    We’ll keep fighting for survival of hedgehogs, say campaigners. Hedgehog lovers have vowed to keep fighting for the survival of their favourite spiky creatures as a project to become the country’s most hedgehog friendly town ends with stunning celebration. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  37. GOODS VEHICLE OPERATOR’S LICENCE
    GOODS VEHICLE OPERATOR’S LICENCE. Vicki Hensby trading as VKX Logistics Ltd of 20 Wroxham Road, Ipswich IP3 0PH is applying for a licence to use East Anglian Freight Terminal, Parker Avenue, Felixstowe IP11 4HF as an operating centre for 3 goods vehicles and 3 trailers. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  38. Felixstowe rats to be gassed after vermin increase
    Felixstowe's "booming tourist economy" results in an increase in litter and rats, says council. Continue reading. on BBC News website.
  39. Appeal launched to find missing Lowestoft woman Emma Williams
    Appeal launched to find missing Lowestoft woman Emma Williams. Police are appealing for help in tracing a missing 39-year-old woman from Lowestoft. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  40. How did your school do? A-level results so far for Suffolk and North-Essex
    How did your school do? A-level results so far for Suffolk and North-Essex. The 2018 A-level results day is coming to an end and Suffolk have once again produced some incredible results. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  41. “I couldn’t walk out onto these courts without it breaking my heart.” Nino Severino reflects before charity matchday collection
    “I couldn’t walk out onto these courts without it breaking my heart. ” Nino Severino reflects before charity matchday collection. Stars of Ipswich Town Football Club put down their boots and picked up tennis rackets to help promote a matchday collection for the Elena Baltacha Foundation. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  42. All you need to know about gnat bites
    All you need to know about gnat bites. Find out when you need to seek medical attention, what to do when you have been bitten and why some are prone to bites more than others. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  43. Ipswich town captain backs Club Together youth football campaign
    Ipswich town captain backs Club Together youth football campaign. Luke Chambers is supporting the £10,000 youth football campaign which helps local teams get new sports equipment. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  44. Break out the sunglasses: The weekend weather is looking up after East-Anglia is barraged with rain
    Break out the sunglasses: The weekend weather is looking up after East-Anglia is barraged with rain. Areas of Suffolk and North Essex received biblical proportions of rain earlier with Braintree receiving almost 16. 4mm between midnight and 4pm today. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  45. Noisy dogs complaint is barking up the wrong tree, says angry owner
    Noisy dogs complaint is barking up the wrong tree, says angry owner. A dog owner has defended herself against claims her pets’ loud barking is disturbing her neighbours. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  46. CLA leader calls for police to direct resources towards tackling hare coursing in East of England
    CLA leader calls for police to direct resources towards tackling hare coursing in East of England. A landowners’ leader has called on police in the East of England to do all they can to stop the ‘sinister tactics, threats and intimidation’ used by hare coursers as the traditional time of year for them to emerge approaches. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  47. Middy to mark rebirth of the lorry that helped put trains out of business!
    Middy to mark rebirth of the lorry that helped put trains out of business! The star guest at the Mid Suffolk Light Railway on Sunday is a restored example of the line’s Nemesis! Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  48. Miracle as twins studying same A-levels score exactly the same grades
    Miracle as twins studying same A-levels score exactly the same grades. Ella and Amy Marr, from East Bergholt, will now go off to the same university to study the same degree subject after their resoundinly similar success. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  49. Car rolls over and crashes into BT box in south Suffolk
    Car rolls over and crashes into BT box in south Suffolk. A driver suffered a head injury after crashing into a BT transfer box near Hadleigh this afternoon. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  50. Moped rider suffers minor injuries in Nacton Road crash
    Moped rider suffers minor injuries in Nacton Road crash. A moped rider was taken to hospital after a crash in Ipswich this afternoon. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  51. Which company is making Riduna Park in Melton its new home?
    Which company is making Riduna Park in Melton its new home? A firm which employs 200 staff is the latest company to move to Riduna Park in Melton. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  52. Can you help bring a touch of colour to Ipswich railway station?
    Can you help bring a touch of colour to Ipswich railway station? Do you have green fingers and fancy turning Ipswich railway station into a green oasis? If so Greater Anglia bosses want to hear from you. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  53. Suffolk students urged to fight for the best jobs globally after A-levels success
    Suffolk students urged to fight for the best jobs globally after A-levels success. Improved A-level results should inspire Suffolk students to fight the best and brightest for the top jobs and university places, a school leader has said. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  54. Visits to Suffolk libraries dropped by 60,000 in the past four years
    Visits to Suffolk libraries dropped by 60,000 in the past four years. Fewer people are visiting some of Suffolk’s libraries than they were four years ago according to new data. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  55. Burglar who modelled himself on American ‘nightstalker’ serial killer is jailed
    Burglar who modelled himself on American ‘nightstalker’ serial killer is jailed. A serial burglar who tied up his last two victims after breaking into their homes in Colchester while they were asleep has been jailed for 12 years. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  56. A-level Results Day 2018: First Felixstowe Academy student to head to Oxford
    A-level Results Day 2018: First Felixstowe Academy student to head to Oxford. One of the biggest successes for Felixstowe Academy on results day was the news that a pupil from the school would be going to the University of Oxford. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  57. Suffolk teenager Emily Dobbin hopes to follow in the footsteps of those who saved her fathers life
    Suffolk teenager Emily Dobbin hopes to follow in the footsteps of those who saved her fathers life. A Suffolk teenager hopes to follow in the footsteps of those who saved her fathers life as she achieved top marks in her A-level results. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  58. Two men and woman arrested after aggravated burglary in west Suffolk
    Two men and woman arrested after aggravated burglary in west Suffolk. An elderly couple were held up at knife-point by burglars at their home in Bury St Edmunds. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  59. Work to start on new bridge over Felixstowe rail line at Trimley
    Work to start on new bridge over Felixstowe rail line at Trimley. It started work on doubling the track between Trimley station – where the lines divide to Felixstowe station and the north side of the docks – and Gun Lane in April. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  60. Man arrested on suspicion of burglary after five businesses targeted in Felixstowe
    Man arrested on suspicion of burglary after five businesses targeted in Felixstowe. A man has been arrested in connection with five burglaries in Felixstowe – which happened at hotels and businesses over the same time period. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  61. Financial adviser aims to help older clients
    Financial adviser aims to help older clients. Needham Market has become the first town in East Anglia to have a shop dedicated to equity release. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  62. Which Bury Saint Edmunds store is getting a £800K refurb?
    Which Bury Saint Edmunds store is getting a £800K refurb? More than £800K has been invested in improving the Bury St Edmunds branch of Jewson. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  63. Interview with The Vamps ahead of their Newmarket concert
    Interview with The Vamps ahead of their Newmarket concert. Tristan Evans from The Vamps reveals his favourite artists, why they picked Newmarket, which songs he enjoys singing and more. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  64. A-level Results Day 2018: Sixth-former on heart transplant list scoops good grades despite health battle
    A-level Results Day 2018: Sixth-former on heart transplant list scoops good grades despite health battle. A determined sixth-former has overcome the odds and scooped a good set of A-levels – despite battling a debilitating heart condition. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  65. Rain across region but dry and fine weather to come
    Rain across region but dry and fine weather to come. It was a wet start for most people across Suffolk and north Essex today but the rain is expected to clear as the day goes on. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  66. Apprenticeship applications rocket as school leavers look to a career in hospitality
    Apprenticeship applications rocket as school leavers look to a career in hospitality. Applications for the Greene King Apprenticeship Programme surge by 141% following its 2016 pledge to take on 10,000 apprentices Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  67. Former Aspall Cyder chair to share his story at Ipswich Suffolk Business Club event
    Former Aspall Cyder chair to share his story at Ipswich Suffolk Business Club event. Local business leaders are invited to hear the fascinating story behind one of Suffolk’s most iconic brands, Aspall Cyder. Barry Chevallier Guild, former chairman of Aspall Cyder, will be guest speaker at the Ipswich Suffolk Business Club lunch on Thursday 6 September, hosted by Milsoms at Kesgrave Hall. Corporate supporters of the Ipswich Suffolk Business Club events are Milsoms, Genesis PR and Greene King. Continue reading.
  68. Two new Colchester housing developments on the way
    Two new Colchester housing developments on the way. An important milestone has been reached for Colchester Borough Council’s (CBC) new private housing development company, Colchester Amphora Homes Ltd, with the appointment of an architect to deliver the designs for the first phase of developments in the town. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  69. ‘I couldn’t believe what I was seeing’: Baby seal spotted on Felixstowe beach
    ‘I couldn’t believe what I was seeing’: Baby seal spotted on Felixstowe beach. Beachgoers were treated to a rare sight in Felixstowe when a baby seal was spotted among the pebbles. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  70. A-level Results Day 2018: Live updates from east Suffolk schools and colleges
    A-level Results Day 2018: Live updates from east Suffolk schools and colleges. It’s almost time for students across the county to open that envelope and find out their A-level results. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  71. A-level Results Day 2018: Live updates from Ipswich and Felixstowe
    A-level Results Day 2018: Live updates from Ipswich and Felixstowe. Today’s the day – and thousands of students across the Ipswich area will be heading into schools and colleges to collect their A-level results. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  72. Roads closed near Ipswich Waterfront following assault
    Roads closed near Ipswich Waterfront following assault. Police have closed three roads in Ipswich town centre following an assault overnight. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  73. A-level Results Day 2018: What if I don’t get the results I need?
    A-level Results Day 2018: What if I don’t get the results I need? A-level results day has arrived and millions of students across the UK will be hitting the refresh button on their UCAS applications. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  74. Will one of these creations be crowned Shed of the Year?
    Will one of these creations be crowned Shed of the Year? They resemble pubs, tents and black cabs, but one of these sheds could win £1,000 - and a giant crown. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  75. Ipswich at ‘crossroads’ for fighting drugs, gangs and violence
    Ipswich at ‘crossroads’ for fighting drugs, gangs and violence. Ipswich today stands at a “crossroads” as police fight back against violence and drug crime. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  76. Throwback Thursday - Ian Marshall signing and sponsored pub crawls in August 1993
    Throwback Thursday - Ian Marshall signing and sponsored pub crawls in August 1993. We kick off our Throwback Thursday feature off this week at Portman Road, as Ipswich Town sign the iconic Ian Marshall from Oldham Athletic for a fee around £750,000. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  77. New sea defences should protect nature and farms at Walton on the Naze
    New sea defences should protect nature and farms at Walton on the Naze. A £300,000 project to improve sea defences at Walton on the Naze and protect against rising sea levels has been completed. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  78. Driver criticised for taking ‘selfie’ as paramedics perform CPR on A14 casualty
    Driver criticised for taking ‘selfie’ as paramedics perform CPR on A14 casualty. A trucker has spoken of his disgust after witnessing a man taking a “selfie” in front of an elderly motorist being tended to by paramedics on the A14 in Suffolk. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  79. Two men found not guilty of firearms offences in Clacton
    Two men found not guilty of firearms offences in Clacton. Two men, both from London, were found not guilty of three firearms charges after another man reported being shot at. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  80. Rural communities still suffering from lack of 4G despite improvements
    Rural communities still suffering from lack of 4G despite improvements. Homes and businesses in rural communities across Suffolk and north Essex are still suffering from a lack of 4G mobile phone coverage, according to latest figures from Ofcom. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  81. “The best man for the job,” Suffolk pre-hospital care charity BASICS announce new general manager
    “The best man for the job,” Suffolk pre-hospital care charity BASICS announce new general manager. The Uk’s leading pre-hospital care charity has announced a new general manager. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  82. Revealed – Thousands of ambulance hours wasted waiting at A&E
    Revealed – Thousands of ambulance hours wasted waiting at A&E. Frontline ambulance staff spent the equivalent of half a year waiting to handover patients to A&E at our hospitals. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  83. East Anglian farmers defend use of weed killer glyphosate
    East Anglian farmers defend use of weed killer glyphosate. East Anglian farmers have defended the use of weed killer glyphosate after the debate over its use was reignited following a US court case. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  84. Who is moving into former Hughes unit in Beardmore Park, Martlesham?
    Who is moving into former Hughes unit in Beardmore Park, Martlesham? Work has begun on two new occupiers filling an empty store in Beardmore Park – but mystery still surrounds one of the new companies. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  85. Further cash pledge for Nacton estate community projects following Tavis death
    Further cash pledge for Nacton estate community projects following Tavis death. Community leaders in south east Ipswich have pledged more cash for community groups in the Nacton estate, following community concerns in the wake of Tavis Spencer-Aitkens’ death. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  86. Body found in River Gipping identified as Ipswich man, 22
    Body found in River Gipping identified as Ipswich man, 22. The identity of a man pulled from the River Gipping on Monday has been revealed by Suffolk police. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  87. Shotley Pier renovation plans set for approval next week
    Shotley Pier renovation plans set for approval next week. A vision to restore Shotley Pier to its former glory is set to be decided next week – with proposals recommended to be given the go ahead despite community concerns. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  88. “Grenfell fire gave the construction industry the wake up call it needed,” according to a leading Suffolk manufacturer of safety and access products
    “Grenfell fire gave the construction industry the wake up call it needed,” according to a leading Suffolk manufacturer of safety and access products. Following the Grenfell Tower tragedy, the managing director of a Suffolk-based manufacturer of safety and access products claims that consideration given by architects, contractors and building owners to fire safety “has never been greater,” but there is still work that can be done to prevent such an accident happening in the future. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  89. Which new archeological site has been uncovered in Suffolk?
    Which new archeological site has been uncovered in Suffolk? The summer heatwave has helped to unearth Suffolk’s ancient past, with crop marks caused by warm weather revealing a new historic settlement at Stoke-by-Claire. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  90. POPULAR:Mid Suffolk council buys land next to A14 to build new commercial park
    Mid Suffolk council buys land next to A14 to build new commercial park. Mid Suffolk Council has bought 100 acres of development land next to the A14 just outside Stowmarket to develop as a new business centre linked to Felixstowe port. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  91. Reality of life as a councillor revealed – and why you should think about standing
    Reality of life as a councillor revealed – and why you should think about standing. There are plenty of common myths about what a role in public office entails. But as one district councillor tells local democracy reporter Jason Noble, there are plenty of reasons why everyone should consider it Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  92. “We are seeing George slowly deteriorate” - Ipswich family devastation as drug denied for NHS
    “We are seeing George slowly deteriorate” - Ipswich family devastation as drug denied for NHS. An Ipswich family have been left devastated after a drug which could improve their son’s quality of life was not recommended for the NHS by a drugs watchdog. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  93. Is DIY dead – or are we just changing the way we improve our homes?
    Is DIY dead – or are we just changing the way we improve our homes? The threatened closure of Ipswich’s last remaining Homebase store has prompted comments that people are doing much less DIY than they have in the past – but is that true? Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  94. Four freebies for this year’s A-level students
    Four freebies for this year’s A-level students. Students around the region are on the brink of discovering their A-level results after weeks of anticipation. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  95. Four Suffolk schemes win grant funding from crime commissioner
    Four Suffolk schemes win grant funding from crime commissioner. A nature based rehab project and an online safety scheme for people with learning difficulties are among organisations to benefit from the police and crime commissioner’s latest wave of grant funding. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  96. See Victorian pictures of the dock gate at Ipswich Wet Dock under construction
    See Victorian pictures of the dock gate at Ipswich Wet Dock under construction. Forgotten pictures of the building of the Victorian lock, in Ipswich in 1881, are going on display for the first time at this weekend’s Ipswich Maritime Festival. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  97. Councillor and former Stowmarket mayor Anne Whybrow has died
    Councillor and former Stowmarket mayor Anne Whybrow has died. Former Stowmarket mayor and current county councillor Anne Whybrow has died after a long illness. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  98. 13 things to do when it rains in Suffolk and north Essex
    13 things to do when it rains in Suffolk and north Essex. From energetic activities to calming creative days out - here is how you can make sure you still have fun even when it is raining. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  99. Suffolk centenarian shares secrets to long and happy life
    Suffolk centenarian shares secrets to long and happy life. A Suffolk care home resident has reflected on the secret to her long life amid her centenary celebrations. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.
  100. Will Ipswich commuters see their season ticket prices rise by more than £200 in January?
    Will Ipswich commuters see their season ticket prices rise by more than £200 in January? The average cost of regulated rail fares – mainly season tickets and “walk up” one-day tickets – is set to go up by 3. 2% in January. Continue reading. on Ipswich Star.