Sport Ipswich and Preston will meet again in the FA Cup third round replay

A look ahead to the midweek FA Cup replay at Deepdale

House Doctor: 'Do I have to wait till spring to sell my flat?'

Question: I need to sell my flat before heading overseas next May but would prefer to do it sooner rather than later – and want to put it on the market now. Yet everyone tells me to wait at least until spring or even Easter. Would I really be wasting my time if I put it on the market before Christmas? DB, Ipswich

Katy Bourne: Why would I want to be an MP?

I was labelled a raunchy tap dancer. The truth is more prosaic

Man held over stabbing death

A man was being held under police guard in hospital today over the fatal stabbing of a woman at a former pub.

Father guilty of killing baby daughter

A father was found guilty today of murdering his seven-week-old baby.

Firefighters called to rescue 27-stone woman

Firefighters were today called to lift a 27-stone woman who had fallen into a ditch and suffered a suspected broken leg, paramedics said.

'Supercop' arrests 500 people in a year

A sergeant has made more than 500 arrests in 12 months – a rate of more than two for each working day.

Ipswich humbled in Sir Bobby derby

Ipswich Town 0 Newcastle United 4

Final farewell for Sir Bobby Robson, a man who embodied English game

Yesterday's service at Durham Cathedral was fitting tribute to one of Newcastle's greatest sons, writes David Miller

Burley to keep Scotland job, SFA's Smith says

George Burley will continue as Scotland manager, the Scottish Football Association (SFA) said on Tuesday.

Scotland owe everything to Burley's spirit, says Butcher

The relationship between Scotland manager George Burley and his assistant Terry Butcher is a long and fond one stretching back to their playing days together at Ipswich in the 1970s and 1980s. But of late, Butcher has seen a side of his friend and colleague that has led him to respect him all the more.

Leadbitter and Edwards leave Sunderland for Ipswich

Sunderland have confirmed Grant Leadbitter and Carlos Edwards have joined Ipswich.

Lee makes century count as Palace keep Posh in place

Peterborough 1 Crystal Palace 1

Keane looks to get Ipswich rolling with cup kick-start

Roy Keane, the Ipswich manager, admits he must take responsibility for the "high expectations" which have dogged his struggling team so far this season. The former Manchester United captain takes his side to fellow Championship outfit Peterborough tonight in the second round of the Carling Cup seeking a much-needed boost having failed to win a game in the league so far.

Block party: Ipswich's new dance venue

Modernist and graphic, light and airy, Ipswich's new dance venue deserves to play host to the stars and it will – but that's not who it was built for

Man and girl held in double murder probe

A 15-year-old girl and a 41-year-old man were being questioned today by detectives investigating the deaths of a man and a woman.

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