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Nostalgia: Spirit of lost fishing ‘village’ rises again

Saturday, September 15, 2018

It was once home to more than 2,000 people, all connected to Lowestoft’s booming fishing industry. But today, little remains that even hints at proof of The Grit’s existence. Sheena Grant finds out about a new show that aims to put that right.

A private school in west Suffolk has founded a new sister school nearly 2,000 miles away in Russia, which will open next week.

Ipswich Town continue to wait for the final piece of documentation that will extend Joanoi Donacien’s ‘biometric residence permit’.

When turnaround expert Steve Magnall joined Suffolk brewery St Peter’s in 2015, the business was going through a tough time.

Veteran central defender James Collins continues to train with Ipswich Town.

A Suffolk couple are heading off on the trip of a lifetime, covering thousands of miles across the globe.

The risk of bird flu to the UK will start to increase with the approach of the autumn migration season, government officials have warned after an outbreak in western Russia.

There is a common misconception about elections in this country (and I suspect in most other democracies).

A summer holiday is the perfect time to catch up on the horsey reading you may not have had time for during the rest of the year. Sheena Grant suggests some books to try, along with a few suggestions aimed at younger fiction fans.

Ipswich Town made one signing and sold one established player on transfer deadline day.

Stoke City have been linked with a £1million move for Ipswich Town left back Jonas Knudsen.

Paul Hurst always got the sense Bartosz Bialkowski’s future was at Ipswich Town as the club worked to tie their star goalkeeper down to a new deal.

The story of Bawdsey Manor during the Cold War is the story behind a new play by Suzanne Hawkes. Arts Editor Andrew Clarke spoke to her about East Anglia on the front lines.

Ipswich Town duo Trevoh Chalobah and Ben Morris have officially been named in the England squad that has travelled to Finland for the European Under-19 Championships.

Donald Trump is flying into Stansted Airport in Essex today at the start of his first presidential UK visit since entering the White House.

Ex-Ipswich Town groundsman Alan Ferguson is in charge of the showpiece surface at the World Cup in Russia. Stuart Watson spoke to the Scotsman.

For two brothers from Bury St Edmunds, this year’s World Cup has been a tale of euphoria and heartbreak.

Intricate etchings along with delicate, passionate and time consuming work has gone into creating an imaginative stain-glass lead-lined piece of artwork for the World War I Trail, in Bury St Edmunds.

Former Ipswich Town groundsman Alan Ferguson says he’s done everything he can to help Gareth Southgate and England ahead of their World Cup semi-final against Croatia at the Luzhniki Stadium tonight (7pm).

Ipswich Town legend and former England manager Sir Bobby Robson would have been “thrilled” by England’s World Cup success, according to his widow Lady Elsie.

One of those who will be cheering England on, on Wednesday night is former Bury vicar Reverend Malcolm Rogers.

Mark Heath, Andy Warren and Mike Bacon discuss all things Ipswich Town as well as the possibility of football actually coming home.

The waistcoat’s coming home

Monday, July 9, 2018

It’s coming home, it’s coming home...

England have reached their first World Cup semi-final for 28 years and will play Croatia on Wednesday night. Mark Heath brings you everything you need to know about the game.

England beat Sweden 2-0 in their World Cup quarter-final yesterday afternoon. STUART WATSON spoke to former Three Lions and Ipswich Town skipper Mick Mills, who thinks the Three Lions can go all the way.

Two football legends who hosted a special screening of the England World Cup quarter-final in Suffolk have spoken of their pride for the team.

Delighted England fans are gearing up to watch their team compete in a World Cup semi-final for the first time since 1990.

Millions of football fans will be glued to televisions this afternoon as England look to secure their first World Cup semi-final in 28 years.

There was huge doubt over whether we could actually pull it off but Gareth Southgate’s boys have today ‘written their own history’ and made it through to the World Cup semi-finals.

The many stages of being an England fan watching the game on TV at home - the hope, the fear, the joy, the misery, the desperately needing to have a wee but not daring to leave the screen...ahead of England v Sweden, writer Cory Varney dissects the experience of being the 12th man.

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