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Bee-harming pesticide use 'makes a mockery' of ban (8 hours old)

A threat posed by a virus to the UK's sugar beet means a banned pesticide can now be used on seeds.

Flooding on busy road causing delays two weeks on (6 hours old)

National Highways apologises and says it is seeking support from other agencies to clear the water.

Drone footage captures Gull Wing Bridge's arrival (7 hours old)

The footage shows the main span of the bridge arriving in the town.

Final section of £145m Gull Wing Bridge arrives (9 hours old)

The structure will be the largest rolling bascule bridge in the world.

Lifeboat's first female rescuer wants to inspire (16 hours old)

The Royal National Lifeboat Institution is celebrating its 200th anniversary.

Repair work on Ipswich tower block could cost £30m (18 hours old)

The Mill has structural and fire safety issues and the building's owner is in administration.

Cup-winning jockey swaps saddle for ambulance (18 hours old)

Thomas Brown, who rode for the Queen, celebrates his first year as a frontline ambulance worker.

'My daughter's uncontrollable hair is beautiful' (1 day old)

Layla, three, has "fluffy" hair that grows "outwardly" due to a condition that affects only 100 people.

Farmers are 'a month behind' due to wet weather (2 days old [02/03/24])

Farmers in Suffolk say weather conditions have been "frustrating and costly" for grazing and sowing.

Soldier's heatstroke death was avoidable - report (2 days old [02/03/24])

Sapper Connor Morrison "may have survived" if his heatstroke was treated quickly, say investigators.

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Suffolk News - Ipswich Sport Feed

‘It’s clear to see what a threat they can be’: Town’s McKenna on Bristol City clash

Ipswich Town manager Kieran McKenna is expecting Bristol City to pose a threat when the two sides meet tomorrow night at Portman Road.

Stunning last-minute strike sees Bury win seven-goal thriller with Wanderers

Ethan Mayhew came up with a last-minute winner as Bury Town continued their scintillating run by edging a seven-goal thriller with Ipswich Wanderers.

‘A really solid performance in all phases’ – Town boss on Plymouth win

Ipswich Town manager Kieran McKenna gives his reaction to the Blues’ 2-0 victory at Plymouth Argyle that saw them go back into the top two.

Second-half goals see off Plymouth as Town re-enter top two and cut gap to leaders

Two second-half goals saw Ipswich Town to victory at Plymouth Argyle to take advantage of the top two in the Championship dropping points.

Midfielder finds new club after Portman Road exit

Former Ipswich Town midfielder Lee Evans has joined a new club after his exit from Portman Road last month.

Two of Town’s Easter fixtures selected for Sky Sports coverage

Two of Ipswich Town’s Easter fixtures have been selected for Sky Sports coverage including a clash at Portman Road with a rival for promotion.

Town boss confirms attacking duo will miss Plymouth trip but hopes star man can ‘play some part’

Ipswich Town boss Kieran McKenna has confirmed two players will miss Saturday’s trip to Plymouth, while he hopes another will ‘play some part’.

Ipswich Town column: Keeping winning run going down in Devon will not be plain sailing

Following a strong February, Ipswich Town columnist Joey Sadler believes Kieran McKenna’s men face a tough test away against Plymouth Argyle.

TRANSFER TALK: Premier League sides ‘keeping tabs’ on Town star

Two Premier League clubs are reportedly ‘keeping tabs’ on an Ipswich Town star while a Blues winger is being monitored by several European sides.

Hutchinson pleased to be playing his part in Town’s game-changing subs

Omari Hutchinson is happy to be among a group of Ipswich Town subs having a big impact on their promotion push following his latest late goal.

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Traffic stopped on A14 near town due to police incident

Traffic has been stopped on the A14 near a town due to a police incident.

Traffic building after lorry breakdown on major road

Traffic is building on a major road after a lorry breakdown at a busy roundabout.

New street security team hope to ‘toughen up’ town centre streets (20 hours old)

Shoplifting and anti-social behaviour are at the top of a street security team’s list – with a former Met officer brought in to ‘tighten the screws’.

RNLI 200th anniversary service sees lifeboats blessed at Suffolk coastal town

A Suffolk bishop has blessed lifeboats during a special service on the coast to mark the start of the 200th anniversary celebrations of the RNLI.

Big name brands commit their long-term futures to town shopping centre

A pair of household names have committed their futures to a Suffolk shopping centre by signing long-term contacts with its owners.

‘Crying out for change’: Shadow chancellor promises to invest in Suffolk’s public services

Labour shadow chancellor, Rachel Reeves, has promised to invest in Suffolk’s public services as residents are ‘crying out for change’.

Festival enters three-year partnership with University of Suffolk

A music festival has entered a three-year collaboration with the University of Suffolk.

‘Very sad news’: Business leader laments loss of another town centre shop

A business leader has lamented the loss of another shop in a town centre.

Move over Ed: John Sheeran takes centre stage for the Young Artists Fund (3 days old [01/03/24])

Gina Long chats to John Sheeran – dad of music superstar Ed – about his fascinating life, work and upcoming fund-raiser.

Opening of two new bridges part of 3,500-home development delayed

The opening of two new bridges designed to support a 3,500-home development has been delayed.

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