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Published14th January 2020
Has your dog got star quality? If your pet pooch is the canine equivalent of Brad Pitt or Scarlett Johansson, then they could win a place in the spotlight in the beautiful and romantic opera La Bohème, coming to the Ipswich Regent Theatre on Wednesday 19 February 2020.
Published13th January 2020
Councils in Suffolk are ramping up activity in order to take on responsibility for local parking management from 6 April 2020.
Published10th January 2020
A tree has been planted in Ipswich town centre thanks to generous funding by the Rotary Club of Ipswich East with the support of the Bad Salzuflen Rotary Club in Germany which the club is twinned with.
Published6th January 2020
Ipswich Borough Council is helping its tenants avoid possible eviction when suffering from financial or health issues.
Published6th January 2020
Plan ahead for next Christmas by growing your festive veg on your own allotment!
Published27th December 2019
When Ipswich’s Deputy Mayor Jane Riley planted the ‘official’ tree to mark her year in office she chose Brunswick Road recreation ground instead of one of the town’s major parks.
Published27th December 2019
One of the legacies of the Ed Sheeran: Made in Suffolk exhibition is the planting of trees in Ipswich’s Chantry Park, where the Suffolk singer-songwriter ended his record-breaking Divide tour.
Published27th December 2019
More new council houses in Ipswich are on the way on brownfield sites, if planners back six new applications early next year.
Published24th December 2019
Tenants have moved into the latest new council houses to be completed in Ipswich – just in time for Christmas.
Published24th December 2019
Waste and recycling is something that affects all of us and is even more important after all those festive presents get unwrapped! Paper, cardboard, Christmas cards, glass – even Brussels sprouts – can fill up many households at this time of year.