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Villagers 'shell-shocked' after solar farm approved (4 hours old)

Not everyone agrees with Energy Security Secretary Ed Miliband's decision to give the scheme the go-ahead.

'Losing a child is a really traumatic thing to go through' (4 hours old)

He will represent the UK at the games in Vancouver, which will take place next February.

Latitude to be opened by young competition poet (4 hours old)

Anna, 11, will perform her piece that portrays an evocative journey into woodland.

Players to perform Hay Wain near Constable painting (4 hours old)

Producer Neil Jones says the cast is "itching" to perform the show near the famous painting.

Delays as 77m abnormal load is taken through town (1 day old)

The hefty transformer equipment is being taken to Bramford, Suffolk.

Government's approval of energy farm reveals agenda (1 day old)

Energy secretary Ed Miliband declares “the public benefits outweigh the harm identified”.

Historians refuse to commemorate 'unruly' punk gig (1 day old)

A local history society says it will not support a plaque in honour of an "unruly" 1978 gig.

'Never heard of it': Families speak out about rare cancer (1 day old)

Three women are encouraging more people to be aware of sarcoma, an extremely rare type of cancer.

Can the government kickstart housing in the East of England? (1 day old)

Labour ministers introduce mandatory housebuilding targets, planning guidance and a new taskforce.

Windrush quilts bring community together (1 day old)

The pieces of art, showcasing people's memories, go on display.

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Suffolk News - Ipswich Sport Feed

Town complete striker signing from Premier League champions

Ipswich Town have completed the signing of a striker from Manchester City for another reported eight figure fee.

Town confirm award-winning defender’s arrival

Ipswich Town have confirmed the signing of a defender in the Championship Team of the Season who also scooped his club’s top player award.

TRANSFER TALK: Town target set to return to former club

A winger, who Ipswich Town have targeted this summer, looks set to move to a fellow Premier League club who he has previously played at.

TRANSFER TALK: Town agree deal to sign Hull City defender as winger remains at pre-season training

Ipswich Town have reportedly agreed a deal to sign a Hull City defender for a fee believed to be in the region of £15m.

Town to travel to face Bundesliga sides in pre-season

Ipswich Town have revealed two more pre-season games, which will pit Kieran McKenna’s squad against Bundesliga opponents in Germany and Austria.

TRANSFER TALK: Manchester City striker passes Town medical

A Manchester City striker has reportedly passed a medical and agreed terms with Ipswich Town ahead of a permanent move.

Town midfielder departs for Championship side

Ipswich Town have seen a midfielder leave for the Championship while the Blues have released the ticket details for a friendly at Portman Road.

TRANSFER TALK: Town agree deal to sign Manchester City striker

It has been reported that Ipswich Town have agreed a deal with Manchester City to sign a striker for £15m.

Former Town forward appointed as first-team coach

Former Ipswich Town forward Sone Aluko has been appointed as a first-team coach while Town have brought in a coach to help goalkeeper development.

Town fixture selected for Sky Sports coverage

An Ipswich Town home fixture in September has been selected for Sky Sports coverage.

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Suffolk News - Ipswich News Feed

Here’s when restoration of historic lido could start as final designs are unveiled (5 hours old)

Work to restore a historic lido which has lain derelict for two decades could begin as early as October, a developer has revealed.

Here are some of the pubs across Suffolk showing England’s Euros final against Spain

For the second tournament in a row, Engand have made it to the finals of the European Championships.

Stretch of A14 to shut for ‘large load’ move from town port

The A14 will shut for a period tomorrow as a ‘large load’ is escorted from a port.

Suffolk’s representatives formally welcome county’s MPs following historic election

Suffolk’s representatives have formally welcomed the county’s MPs a week on from a historic election night.

Delays on Orwell Bridge after lorry breaks down

Drivers faced delays on a major carriageway following a broken down vehicle, which blocked one lane.

Thousands of jobs at risk as Carpetright set to enter administration

More than 1,800 jobs are at risk as Carpetright is set to enter administration.

Ex-soldier feels Government has ‘taken a real step back’ in support for veterans

A social enterprise boss and former soldier feels the new Labour Government has taken a step back in its support for veterans.

£2m development represents ‘vibrant vision’ of town’s iconic waterfront, owner says

Major plans have been announced for a waterfront after more than a year of back-and-forth between the site’s owners and berth-holders.

University celebrates strong student survey results

A university is ‘humbled’ that its final year students have reflected on their time there so positively, after national survey results were revealed.

Food store in Suffolk village set to open doors in new location

A food store in a Suffolk village is set to open doors in a new location.

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