That's it from the Suffolk Live team for this week, we'll be back again from 08:00 on Monday with all the latest news from our county.
Here are the top stories we've covered today:
- Missing Corrie Mckeague's family had a "good conversation" with police
- A driver has been banned for driving at 80mph through Stonham on the A140
- Suffolk firefighters tackled a large blaze at Snailwell business park
Have a great weekend.
BBC Look East weather
Rain clearing eastwards this evening will bring lengthy clear spells and temperatures low enough for a frost in places in parts of the eastern region as the temperature drops to a minimum of -1C (30F).Copyright: BBC
Patchy cloud will bring isolated showers across northern counties later in the night.
Saturday outlook: A chilly start with frost in places. Some dry and bright weather but also frequent showers across northern and eastern counties. Feeling cold in a brisk northerly breeze.
More details on BBC Weather:
Here are the answers to the second part of our Ipswich Town quiz in tribute to tonight's Mastermind on BBC1, where it will be a specialist subject.Copyright: BBC
Sadly, no-one's managed to get them all right.
Q: Who was the Town substitute at Wembley when they won the FA Cup in 1978? A: Mick Lambert
Q: Who did Bobby Robson sign from Dutch club Twente in 1978? A: Arnold Muhren
Q: Name the Ipswich player who holds the record as the youngest ever goalscorer in the top flight. A: Jason Dozzell
Q: Which radio station sponsored Town in the mid-80s? A: Radio Orwell
Q: Which Town player stood in for Sylvester Stallone in the film Escape To Victory? A: Paul Cooper
Terry Butcher got four out of five questions correct, when he appeared on Stephen Foster's Drivetime show at about 17:40. He passed on the last one.
Nobody's contacted us with a full set of correct answers, but well done if you did and kept it to yourself!
Actor Bill Nighy is appearing at this year's Aldeburgh Documentary Festival, introducing the screening of a film about girls playing football in the Nepalese Himalayas.Copyright: BBC
The festival opens this evening at the town's cinema with the cookery film Ants On A Shrimp.
Lowestoft's loss is the region's gain, according to the project manager of a £1.5bn offshore windfarm.Copyright: RWE Innogy UK
As we've reported, the operational base of Galloper will be based at Harwich in Essex.
It was thought that Lowestoft was the first choice and would get the benefit from secure jobs for the next 25 years.
Harwich was chosen as it is closest to the windfarm.
Project manager Toby Edmonds said: "This does complete the hat-trick for Galloper because we are at Yarmouth at Siemens for the turbines, Lowestoft for the construction base and now we're at Harwich for the service and maintenance phase.
"I think it's been a really good example of how the whole region can benefit from a project like Galloper."
A Suffolk town has lost out to Essex to become the onshore headquarters of a £1.5bn windfarm.Copyright: BBC
The operations and maintenance base for the Galloper offshore windfarm will be based at Harwich, it has been announced.
It had been hoped the headquarters, expected to create 7,200 jobs, would be at Lowestoft, where the construction team is based.
Toby Edmonds, Galloper project developer, said: "Really it comes down to geography.
"Harwich is the closest to the windfarm that we can use as an operational base.
"Every minute and every gallon of diesel we can save is well worth having and makes the difference over the lifetime of the windfarm."
Town youngster Monty Patterson has been named in the New Zealand squad for their World Cup qualifiers against New Caledonia later this month.
BBC Radio Suffolk sportCopyright: suffolksaxons.co.uk
Former national champions Andy Ellis and Sarah Walker will both be involved, while Clark has named himself among the substitutes.
The match gets underway at 19:00 at the Ipswich Corn Exchange.
Bury Free Press
The back page of the Bury Free Press carries an exclusive interview with Phil Weaver on his decision to leave Bury Town FC:Copyright: Bury Free Press
BBC Radio Suffolk
The uncle of missing airman Corrie Mckeague, who recently spoke out about the police investigation, says he and Nicola Urquhart, Corrie's mum, have had a meeting with the investigating team.Copyright: Suffolk Police
Tony Wringe said: "We've had a good conversation about where we think we've got some issues and some general specific concerns.
"I think there was a recognition that there are some areas that there's an opportunity to improve the way that we're communicating and some of the things that are happening, so we take a positive from that.
"It's a positive development from where we were 24/48 hours ago because I think it's fair to say that Nicola was really starting to feel let down and concerned that the right things weren't happening."
BBC Radio Suffolk sport
Tuesday of this week marked four years to the day that Mick McCarthy took over as manager of Ipswich Town and on that day he granted us an extended interview.Copyright: BBC
You can hear it in full during tomorrow's Matchday programme from 14:00 during which the boss addresses the beginnings of his reign up to the present day.
Plenty has happened during that time with the team avoiding what looked like certain relegation at one point and almost making it to the Premier League.
On the current negativity around Portman Road, McCarthy had this to say: "It was strange last Saturday, I almost got the feeling some people were disappointed when we equalised.
"That's quite sad."
A leading journalists' union has challenged the decision to axe 57 jobs by a newspaper publisher that sells titles in Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire.
The National Union of Journalists said it was "extremely concerned by the proposed job losses at Archant".Copyright: NUJ
"There is little in the reported statements from Jeff Henry, chief executive, or Matt Kelly, chief content officer, to indicate how moving to an 'audience first' approach can justify the loss of at least 17 jobs," Andy Smith, national executive member, said.
"Putting 57 staff at risk of redundancy, particularly at this time of year, will be incredibly stressful for them all, and our first responsibility is to support our members through this process.
"Though the consultation is at a very early stage, it is difficult to see how these proposals can have any other effect than to impose more work and more stress on an already overburdened staff."
A motorist has been banned for driving for six months and has to pay more than £500 in fines and costs for speeding through a village at over 50mph above the speed limit.
Ryan Pearson, 19, from Stoke Ash was clocked by police doing 83mph on the A140 in Stonham in May.
He's been sentenced at Ipswich Magistrates.Copyright: BBC
BBC Radio Cambridgeshire
We've received this photo from someone who was near the woodchip fire at the Lynx Business Park earlier today in Snailwell, near Newmarket.
The blaze was brought under control by lunchtime.
The person who snapped this doesn't want us to share their details - but you can see why crews from across Cambridgeshire and Suffolk had to attend as the smoke filled the sky.Copyright: BBC
Ipswich and England legend Terry Butcher is due to appear on Stephen Foster's show on BBC Radio Suffolk at about 17:40.Copyright: Getty Images
He's on primarily to talk about the Ultimate Charity Auction, which he's supporting.
Foz is also going to see if he can answer any of the questions about Ipswich Town which we set at lunchtime (click here to read them) in honour of Phil Boor, who's chosen it as his specialist subject on Mastermind on BBC2 tonight.
BBC Radio Suffolk sport
Needham Market boss Mark Morsley (pictured) will be desperate to avoid the so-called Manager of the Month curse when his side hosts Dulwich Hamlet tomorrow.Copyright: BBC
With Leiston not in action a win will lift the Marketmen to the top of the Ryman Premier Division, three days after Morsley was honoured for his side's unbeaten run in October.
BBC Radio Suffolk sport
Bury St Edmunds RUFC are bracing themselves for tomorrow's 576-mile round trip to Devon as they try to arrest their current slump.Copyright: BBC
The Wolf Pack will head into the game looking to end a run of four straight defeats that's seen them drop to 11th place in National League Two South.
It should be a decent opportunity for Bury to do that, with the home side 15th, having won just once this season.
BBC Radio Suffolk sportCopyright: Getty Images
The two sides meet at Hillsborough, with Town seeking only their second win in nine matches.
"They've had huge investment into the team," said McCarthy. "I think about [Gary] Hooper, [Steven] Fletcher, [Fernando] Forestieri and [Barry] Bannan.
"Carlos [Carvalhal, manager] impressed me the first time we played them and we beat them 2-1. They were a real handful that day.
"He's a good guy Carlos and I've enjoyed his company when I've spoken to him."