Andrew Papworth Editor south and west Norfolk email@example.com @andrew_papworth Video: New pub to open beside railway station Sunday, October 14, 2018 Andrew Papworth The landlord of a new pub set to open by a railway station has promised to put his “heart and soul” into creating a venue the whole community can enjoy. WATCH: See inside Suffolk’s newest pub Sunday, October 14, 2018 Andrew Papworth This is Suffolk’s newest pub - and punters are already packing into the watering hole to get their first glimpse of the venue. Electrical store closes after 65 years due to tough trading conditions Sunday, October 14, 2018 Andrew Papworth An electrical store has been forced to shut its doors after 65 years of trading due to “tough economic conditions”. Council ‘reconsidering’ proposal to take control of harbour? Saturday, October 13, 2018 Andrew Papworth A controversial bid by a council to take control of a historic harbour could be reconsidered in light of residents’ objections, a letter has suggested. ‘Books can fire a child’s imagination’ – libraries leader backs EADT and Star £20,000 books giveaway Saturday, October 13, 2018 Andrew Papworth A campaign by this newspaper to give away £20,000 worth of books to primary schools to boost a love of reading has been backed by the leader of Suffolk’s libraries. Playground entrepreneur makes a 5,000% profit in aid of air ambulance which saved her dad’s life Friday, October 12, 2018 Andrew Papworth A 10-year-old girl turned playground entrepreneur made a 50 times profit on her £10 pocket money in aid of the charity that saved her father’s life when he suffered a massive heart attack when driving. 99 not out! Dressmaker Enid celebrates birthday Friday, October 12, 2018 Andrew Papworth A dressmaker celebrated her 99th birthday in style with a party and cake at her care home. Popular war memorial restored to its former glory Friday, October 12, 2018 Andrew Papworth A kind-hearted volunteer has lovingly restored a war memorial along Clacton seafront. Recycle your old Christmas tree to help hospice Friday, October 12, 2018 Andrew Papworth A hospice is encouraging people to recycle their Christmas trees after this year’s yuletide to raise vital funds. Motorbike procession to pass through Ipswich ahead of Joe Pooley’s funeral Thursday, October 11, 2018 Andrew Papworth A motorbike procession will be held through Ipswich ahead of the funeral of a “beautiful young lad” who was found dead in his home town. Children’s hospice faces ‘difficult decisions’ over respite care due to nursing shortage Thursday, October 11, 2018 Andrew Papworth A children’s hospice is being forced to make tough decisions over the levels of care it provides to some young people due to a chronic nursing shortage. Sadness as popular high street bistro closes Wednesday, October 10, 2018 Andrew Papworth The owners of The Bistro at Saxmundham have thanked the customers and staff who supported during 13 and a half years of trading on the town’s High Street. Winter night shelter to open early to help town’s homeless survive long, cold winter Monday, October 8, 2018 Andrew Papworth Ipswich Winter Night Shelter will open eight weeks early in 2018 to give homeless people extra support during the winter. ‘I was 78% visually impaired’: Boxer Anthony Ogogo’s determination to fight again after devastating eye injury Monday, October 8, 2018 Andrew Papworth Boxer and Olympic medallist Anthony Ogogo has revealed he was left 78% visually impaired after suffering a devastating eye injury in a professional fight. Youth admits 14 offences as police crackdown at troubled housing estate continues Sunday, October 7, 2018 Andrew Papworth A youth interviewed by police as part of an ongoing anti-social behaviour crackdown at a troubled housing estate has admitted 14 offences, it has been revealed. I’m not shaving until Ipswich Town win a game, says fan Friday, October 5, 2018 Andrew Papworth When he jokingly said he wouldn’t shave until Ipswich Town won a game, Mark Leathers hoped it would mean growing nothing more than a bit of stubble. Primary school holds first ever colour run Thursday, October 4, 2018 Andrew Papworth A splash of colour was brought to a primary school fun run with a difference. Ready to fight - army troops prepare for rapid reaction Thursday, October 4, 2018 Andrew Papworth If the call comes, this team of airborne gunners are ready to respond at a moment’s notice. Two gym members banned for not returning free weights Thursday, October 4, 2018 Andrew Papworth Two gym goers have been banned and one suspended for not returning free weights after using them. Food labelling to improve to reduce choking risk for people with swallowing problems Thursday, October 4, 2018 Andrew Papworth Labelling on foods at two hospitals is to be changed to be clearer so that people with swallowing problems will be at a lower risk of choking. Doing this will make you ‘demoralised, tired and hungry’ - but will help you understand a big problem Thursday, October 4, 2018 Andrew Papworth Sleeping rough on the streets is something we all hope to never have the misfortune to experience. Crackdown cuts trouble on housing estate plagued with anti-social behaviour Thursday, October 4, 2018 Andrew Papworth Their daily lives were being made a misery by louts causing trouble on their estate. Community choir to hold concert mark end of First World War Wednesday, October 3, 2018 Andrew Papworth A community choir will hold a concert commemorating the end of the First World War with music from around the world. Bid to cut infections from hip and knee replacement surgery Wednesday, October 3, 2018 Andrew Papworth Ipswich Hospital has joined forces with 30 organisations across the NHS to reduce infections for patients having hip and knee replacement surgery. Push your children to play sport, Ipswich Town midfielder tells parents Wednesday, October 3, 2018 Andrew Papworth Mums and dads need to encourage their children to play sport, a leading Ipswich Town player has said. Meet the inspiring volunteer who helps older people embrace technology Wednesday, October 3, 2018 Andrew Papworth With the pace of technological change taking place so fast in the modern age, it can be hard for many of us keep up. How school challenged ‘you’re gay’ and other homophobic insults Tuesday, October 2, 2018 Andrew Papworth It is a school playground insult many of us know only too well from our childhoods. Video: WATCH: How two diehard Ipswich Town fans plan to make more noise at Portman Road Tuesday, October 2, 2018 Andrew Papworth They may only be, for the moment at least, a two-man army. See British troops’ daring parachute jump to celebrate links with France Monday, October 1, 2018 Andrew Papworth Paratroopers celebrated strong bonds with their French counterparts with a parachute jump in Normandy. Asda store holds Tickled Pink campaign Monday, October 1, 2018 Andrew Papworth An Ipswich supermarket is to organise a Tickled Pink campaign to raise vital funds for breast cancer charities.