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

Man jailed for attack on judge

A fitness instructor who attacked a judge and knocked off his wig has been jailed for 18 months after admitting contempt of court.

'He pulled his robes, his wig came off. It was extremely horrific': Judge John Devaux attacked at Ipswich Crown Court by brother of man he jailed

Suffolk police said a man was being held in custody on suspicion of contempt.

Confusion reigns

The iQuiz final: Warwick's quiz titans tick every box (nearly)

It's the student test so grand one team nearly missed an exam for it – but still lost

East Anglia got the summeriest weather, with highs approaching 18C

Mixed weather across the UK for Bank Holiday Monday

East Anglia got the summeriest weather, with highs approaching 18C

Charity swimmers rescued from sea off the coast of Southwold

A search and rescue operation was under way today after dozens of people taking part in a charity swimming race had to be pulled from the sea, the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) said.

Suffolk mayor Terry Buckle drives car into Tesco Express store in Moreton Hall

Suffolk mayor Terry Buckle is recovering after accidentally driving his car into a branch of Tesco Express.

Ministers want to set up traffic courts to reduce court delays

Special courts will deal will traffic-light jumpers and speeding motorists

Ministers want to free up time for more serious cases

'Please bury us together': Last requests of mother who 'killed her three children' before leaping to her death revealed in messages on walls

Parents of Fiona Anderson ask children's father to grant her last wishes for family to be buried togeher

SNAP 2013, Aldeburgh Festival, Suffolk, (snapaldeburgh.co.uk) 8 to 30 June

My phallic response to Britten's centenary

I'll be showing four large-ish concrete sculptures, all phallic, at SNAP at the Aldeburgh Festival next week. A glorification of the male creative principle, and the importance of having a muse. Artists including myself have been invited to respond to Benjamin Britten's life and work. This year is the composer's centenary. When Britten and Peter Pears started the festival in Suffolk in 1948, they intended it to be a celebration of music and the visual arts. Since then, the music side has continued to grow in stature into a truly international and excellent event, with the visual arts side of things getting a bit side-lined – or at any rate, not making much noise. In part, this could be due to the lack of available exhibition space at Snape Maltings.

The former Bryn Estyn Children's Home in Wrexham, one of the homes being investigated. A video was released earlier by police where Chief Constable Mark Polin gave a statement regarding new evidence

'There was no escape': Victims open up as North Wales care homes probe uncovers 'systemic and serious sexual and physical abuse' over three decades

Operation Pallial has now identified 140 allegations relating to 18 care homes, including 76 completely new complaints

Coventry taps into mineral wealth for UK’s tastiest water

The debate about which British region boasts the tastiest tap water has finally been settled with an unlikely winner: it comes not from “hard” northern or “soft” southern waters but from the middle of Britain – in Coventry.

People enjoy a picnic on Wednesday in warmer weather in Regent's Park, London

Lovely weather for a picnic - but not at the weekend

Parts of Britain basked in warm spring weather today but forecasters warned that temperatures are set to drop in the coming days.

Police make first arrest in North Wales children's homes abuse inquiry

A man has been arrested by officers investigating allegations of serious sexual abuse at care homes in North Wales, police have confirmed.

Searching for answers in Boston Marathon bombing: The suspect’s wife

With 19-year-old Dzhokhar Tsarnaev still considered unfit for interrogation, authorities will surely be asking questions of those closest to him and to his brother Tamerlan, 26, who was killed in a shoot-out with police. One person who may be able to shed light on the motives of the alleged Boston bombers is Tamerlan’s wife, 24-year-old Katherine Russell, who on Friday arrived at her parents’ home in Rhode Island, accompanied by agents from the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security.

Crystal Palace 2 Leicester City 2 match report: Defensive frailties on show at Palace

Crystal Palace's manager Ian Holloway is struggling to defend himself. His gung-ho style has had some success after Dougie Freedman's passing game travelled 230 miles north to Bolton. But three points from a possible 21 has taken Holloway's side from automatic promotion contention to clinging on to the top six.

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