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The performer 'electrifying' his local drag scene (1 hour 17 minutes old)

Leon Richer and his alter ego Luscious Leona offer the local community a range of drag shows.

Memorial to be put up for iron cross patients (2 hours old)

More than £3,000 has been raised for the memorial, which will be unveiled on Thursday.

Charlie Mackesy teaches festival to draw (2 hours old)

The illustrator shares tips on how to recreate the Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse.

Rarely seen Quentin Blake art to go on show (2 hours old)

The Illustrated Hospital exhibition will feature a collection that normally adorns hospital walls.

Ten giant snails looking for 'diligent' new homes (1 hour 19 minutes old)

The giant African anails are able to produce their own eggs, meaning they can reproduce quickly.

Ipswich top of Championship after draw with Boro (15 hours old)

Ipswich Town miss the chance to go three points clear at the top of the Championship as they draw 1-1 at home to Middlesbrough.

Man suffers life-threatening injuries in bridge fall (11 hours old)

Motorists were urged to use alternative routes amid long hold-ups near Ipswich.

First bleed kit in memory of murdered teen set up (17 hours old)

James Quigley, from Wymondham, was 18 when he was stabbed to death in Ipswich.

Freight train fire disrupts lines at village station (23 hours old)

A road closure is put in place while crews deal with the fire.

Charity to help injured jockeys marks 60 years (1 day old)

The charity, set up after two jockeys were paralysed in the Grand National, says it is a "big milestone".

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‘I’m really pleased to save the point’ – Town keeper on draw with Middlesbrough

Ipswich Town’s Vaclav Hladky was pleased to help a positive performance against Middlesbrough get a reward, feeling the point could be a key one.

‘It’s pride around the performance’ – Ipswich boss on home draw with Boro

Pride not frustration was the emotion Kieran McKenna felt as his Ipswich Town side were held to a 1-1 draw with Middlesbrough at Portman Road.

Town draw at home with Boro to take over at the top of the table

Ipswich Town came from behind in the first half to earn a draw against in-form Middlesbrough that sees them go a point clear at the top of the table.

Defender unavailable for Boro visit but McKenna hopes for ‘fresher’ squad

Ipswich Town boss Kieran McKenna confirmed there are two players unavailable for tomorrow’s visit of Middlesbrough.

Town boss beats local and promotion rivals to land second award of season

Ipswich Town boss Kieran McKenna beat David Wagner and Daniel Farke to win his second Championship award of the season.

Ipswich Town column: Blues ‘looked leggy for a while’ but confident wins will return

Our Ipswich Town columnist believes the Blues will return to winning ways tomorrow after looking leggy in recent games.

McKenna finds positives to take from Watford draw

Ipswich Town boss Kieran McKenna took positives from his side’s performance against Watford at Portman Road, particularly in the first half.

‘Things are in our hands’ – Burgess remains positive after Watford stalemate

Ipswich Town defender Cameron Burgess remained positive after the Blues’ stalemate with Watford in which he surpassed 100 appearances for the club.

Frustrated Town play out stalemate with Watford to move back into top-two spots

A goalless draw against mid-table Watford at Portman Road was enough to move Ipswich Town back into the Championship automatic-promotion places.

McKenna reveals ‘stretched’ squad for Watford visit as duo remain sidelined

Kieran McKenna stated his squad is ‘stretched’ ahead of the visit of Watford, while he confirmed two players will miss Town’s next two matches.

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Combat2Coffee founder honoured by meeting with Prime Minister

A Suffolk social enterprise founder was ‘honoured’ to be recognised by the Prime Minister at the announcement of a new veterans employment service.

Fire at railway station causes services to be cancelled

Trains on a Suffolk route were unable to run for more than two hours this morning after a fire broke out at a village railway station.

Man airlifted to hospital after medical emergency at supermarket

A man has been airlifted to hospital after a medical emergency at a supermarket yesterday.

Man, 43, charged with theft from vehicles and bank cards given five-year criminal behaviour order

A 43-year-old man charged with using stolen bank cards and theft from vehicles has been give a five-year criminal behaviour order.

Annual business summit to shine a light on men’s mental health

An annual business summit shining a light on men’s mental health is set to take place later this year.

Police and air ambulance attend medical emergency at town’s supermarket

Emergency services are currently attending a medical emergency at a town’s supermarket.

Police deliver burgers after arresting wanted delivery rider

Police officers ensured customers’ fast food orders reached their doors after detaining a delivery driver.

Police officer dismissed after having sex with drunk colleague

A Suffolk Police officer who had sex with a drunk colleague has been dismissed from the force.

Estate pub shuts suddenly as hunt for new tenant begins

A popular pub on an estate has closed its doors suddenly.

Popular tipi and marquee showcase to return ‘bigger and better’ after suspected arson

A popular tipi and marquee showcase is set to make its triumphant return after a ‘vicious’ suspected arson attack.

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