Severe flood warnings have been issued for large areas of East Anglia has high tides and strong winds threaten to swamp the coastline.
It's now been 20 years since the murder of Karen Hales. We look at how the last two decades of hurt have unfolded.
Four men from Ipswich have been sentenced for the robbery of a serving soldier in Ipswich.
Two people have been charged in connection with prostitution and sexual offences in Ipswich.
Stuart Mansfield, aged 36 years from Nelson Road, Ipswich has been charged with controlled prostitution, three counts of rape, sexual assault, causing/inciting prostitution for gain, two counts of paying for sexual services and five counts of offences under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002.
Carla Panton, aged 29 years, from Wenhaston, has been charged with two counts of controlled prostitution, two counts of causing/inciting prostitution for gain and one offence under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002.
Mansfield and Panton will appear at Ipswich Magistrates’ Court on 15 January 2014.
A local authority rescue centre has been set up in Ipswich as unusually high water is expected in the town. The high tide hit Lowestoft and other areas of the Suffolk coast earlier this evening and is expected to hit Ipswich at around 2am.
Police officers are in the process of visiting homes in the area of the town that are potentially at risk. A local authority centre has been set up at Maidenhall Sports Centre on Maidenhall Approach, Ipswich, IP2 8NZ.
A Flood Warning has been issued by the Environment Agency for the Tidal Orwell at Ipswich wet dock, and upstream of Stoke Bridge.
The forecast high water is due at 1am on Friday 6th December 2013.Ipswich Wet Dock area, and riverside in Ipswich upstream to Handford Sluice
An elderly woman was left fighting for her life after falling from bed during her first night in hospital.
Joy Saunders suffered a major brain haemorrhage after the incident but solicitors say that despite her incoherent speech and nasty facial bruising, proper tests were not carried out for two days.
The 76-year-old, from Ipswich, has required 24-hour care since the fall in November last year and was recently admitted to a hospice.
Her family have been warned she is in her final days of life.
Her husband David Saunders is now preparing to take legal action on her behalf against private healthcare provider Serco, which solicitors say failed to protect Mrs Saunders.
She had been admitted on November 27 last year, following a stroke whilst on holiday in Spain.
Mr Saunders specifically asked nursing staff to erect bed rails to prevent her falling out in her distressed state.
But early the next morning he received a call telling him his wife had been found lying on the floor.
It is not clear how long she had been on the floor or what steps had been taken to prevent a fall.
When he visited her he said he was shocked by the bruising to her face and found her uncommunicative and dazed.
Despite raising concerns, it was not until two days later that scans were carried out which identified the brain haemorrhage, solicitors said.
Mr Saunders was told that, if her condition deteriorated, his wife would not be resuscitated.
Ever since, she has required around-the-clock care and her family said she has "little or no quality of life".
Serco said it would not comment on an individual case.
A record number of new companies have been set up in Ipswich, according to a new study.
The Duport Business Confidence Report shows nearly 600 businesses were formed in the first half of the year.
That's the most that's been seen in the area in a six-month period.
But there was still a sixteen per-cent increase in company closures.
Twenty years on from the brutal murder of a young mother, police are renewing their appeals for information.
Karen Hales, who was 21, was stabbed to death and then set alight in the kitchen of her home in Ipswich on 21 November 1993.
Her 18-month-old daughter was in the room as it happened.
Police say they will never give up hope of finding the killer.
Ipswich tennis star Elena Baltacha has told the Lawn Tennis Association that "it feels like the right time" to being her tennis career to a close.
The former British number one announced her retirement from the sport with immediate effect this morning.
– Elena Baltacha, former professional tennis player
"It just feels it's the right time. My body has taken such a bruising over the last 16 years and that's finally taken its toll.
I have had some amazing experiences through playing tennis and I wouldn’t change any of them but now my mind and my body are telling me it’s time to move on to a new phase of my life.
I am very committed to my Elena Baltacha Academy of Tennis (EBAT), which I started with my coach Nino Severino. We believe that no matter what background you are from, that all children, rich or poor, should have the opportunity to play tennis. "
Ipswich tennis star and former British number one Elena Baltacha has announced her retirement from professional tennis with immediate effect.
The 30-year-old broke into the world's top 50 at the height of her playing career back in 2010, but has struggled for form in recent times.
Baltacha hopes to remain in tennis, with her commitment now likely to be focussed on her tennis academy.