July 5 2015 Latest news:
A Trimley St Martin man who fractured a man’s collar bone in a drunken late-night attack in Ipswich town centre has been given a suspended jail term.
A car and lorry collided on the A14 at Felixstowe near the port this afternoon.
A missing teenager from Felixstowe has been found safe and well in London.
An Olympic-style games week has taken place at a Suffolk primary school with a combination of races and team games being held.
The bodies of nine British victims of the Tunisian beach massacre were this afternoon being flown home, as the final UK death toll was confirmed at 30.
Two people were injured during a fight between a group of men at Barclays bank in Ipswich this morning.
Last week’s House of Commons statement on the future of Network Rail has set alarm bells ringing for many people on the future of the “Norwich in 90, Ipswich in 60” campaign to speed up services on the Great Eastern Main Line.
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Today, she juggles work and her two young children, but at one stage Amanda Janes, the daughter of a Wimbledon finalist, was ranked women’s number two in Britain for tennis.
From high up on the fell we could see Derwent Water and many of the hills made famous by the journals of the great Alfred Wainwright.