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Artist Adam Riches: 'I turned drawing doodles into a career' (1 day old)

Adam Riches rediscovered a love for drawing and has turned doodling into an art career.

Ipswich parents of burned baby fled to Romania ahead of sentencing (2 days old [16/08/19])

A couple fled to Romania after their daughter was burnt by an electric hob, a court hears.

Ipswich park rape: Arrest after woman attacked near football stadium (2 days old [16/08/19])

The victim said she had arranged to meet a man online before she went to a park.

England debutant Lewis Ludlam keeps promise to former teacher (3 days old [15/08/19])

As a schoolboy Lewis Ludlam vowed he would play for England - and that he would give his teacher tickets.

Ipswich Hospital blackout caused by faulty battery (3 days old [15/08/19])

Ipswich Hospital was affected during the UK-wide power outage last Friday.

Latitude Festival: Man arrested over sexual assault (4 days old [14/08/19])

A woman was attacked in the "red" camping area of the festival in Henham, Suffolk, police say.

Ed Sheeran: The singer's special ketchup sells for charity (3 days old [16/08/19])

Special bottles of tomato sauce with a connection to the singer have been sold for charity

Greater Anglia cancel Ipswich-Felixstowe trains as trees fall on line (6 days old [12/08/19])

A weekend of windy weather causes disruption for passengers as buses replace trains.

Ipswich Town: Kevin Beattie statue fundraising nears total (5 days old [13/08/19])

One mystery super-fan donated £5,000 to help the campaign reach its goal.

Giant Lowestoft street art paintings to celebrate wildlife (8 days old [11/08/19])

Street artist ATM painted a kingfisher on the wall of a hairdressers in Lowestoft, Suffolk.

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Evening Star News

Pushchairs and child car seats among unsafe products destined for sale online (2 hours old)

Almost a million potentially hazardous products – including unsafe child car seats due for sale on Amazon – have been seized at the Port of Felixstowe in the last year.

Police pledge action on abusers despite tenth of cases reaching court (2 hours old)

Police have promised to pursue convictions for domestic abusers in light of figures suggesting about one in 10 arrests result in charges for coercive control.

Mobile signals ‘might come and go’ in Ipswich as ‘essential work’ carried out (6 hours old)

Mobile phone signals “might come and go” in Ipswich while O2 carries out work to improve the network in the area, people have warned.

‘She will be missed’ – sudden death of popular Ipswich police dog (7 hours old)

Tributes have been paid to a popular police dog who died suddenly after a distinguished career serving the force in the Ipswich area.

Police helicopter and dog units swoop on A12 underpass (10 hours old)

Six police cars, a dog unit and police helicopter have been spotted near an underpass close to the A12 at Capel St Mary this evening.

The 17 questions you need answered ahead of Ed Sheeran’s Chantry Park gigs (13 hours old)

We have prepared the ultimate list of questions you need the answers to before you head to the Ed Sheeran concerts in Chantry Park this coming weekend.

Fun and games at the EADT family fun day in 1985 (14 hours old)

It was all fun and games at the East Anglian Daily Times family day in the summer of 1985 in Ipswich.

What do you think of the Elmer trail? (14 hours old)

The organisers of the Elmer’s Big Parade Suffolk trail want people to share their views about the Ipswich attraction in a new visitor survey by Zing.

Gareth Gates performs to full house at Greshams gig (15 hours old)

Pop Idol runner up Gareth Gates entertained a full house at Greshams in Ipswich last night, organisers said.

Mum locked up after putting recycling out in wrong colour bin bags (15 hours old)

An Ipswich woman who dumped 60 bags of rubbish outside her home has been prosecuted for using the wrong bin bags.

EADT News

Pushchairs and child car seats among unsafe products destined for sale online (2 hours old)

Almost a million potentially hazardous products – including unsafe child car seats due for sale on Amazon – have been seized at the Port of Felixstowe in the last year.

Police pledge action on abusers despite tenth of cases reaching court (2 hours old)

Police have promised to pursue convictions for domestic abusers in light of figures suggesting about one in 10 arrests result in charges for coercive control.

Mobile signals ‘might come and go’ in Ipswich as ‘essential work’ carried out (6 hours old)

Mobile phone signals “might come and go” in Ipswich while O2 carries out work to improve the network in the area, people have warned.

‘She will be missed’ – sudden death of popular Ipswich police dog (7 hours old)

Tributes have been paid to a popular police dog who died suddenly after a distinguished career serving the force in the Ipswich area.

Police helicopter and dog units swoop on A12 underpass (10 hours old)

Six police cars, a dog unit and police helicopter have been spotted near an underpass close to the A12 at Capel St Mary this evening.

‘It’ll affect every single one of us’ – Have your say on 43,000 new homes (14 hours old)

Now is your final chance to share views on proposals for three huge new garden towns – which campaigners claim will “change the face of north Essex forever”.

What do you think of the Elmer trail? (14 hours old)

The organisers of the Elmer’s Big Parade Suffolk trail want people to share their views about the Ipswich attraction in a new visitor survey by Zing.

Mum locked up after putting recycling out in wrong colour bin bags (15 hours old)

An Ipswich woman who dumped 60 bags of rubbish outside her home has been prosecuted for using the wrong bin bags.

‘Heartbreaking’ – Children with special needs FIVE times more likely to be excluded from mainstream school (15 hours old)

Pupils with special needs are significantly more likely to be suspended from mainstream education than their peers, new figures show.

Revealed – Rooftop garden and restaurant overlooking Waterfront planned for derelict factory (16 hours old)

A new world-class physical theatre facility, 14 new flats and an eatery with striking views of Ipswich Waterfront are among major plans for the derelict former Burton’s factory site.

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