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From a Georgian nipple shield to a diamond dustpan - The former presenter of the popular BBC show Bargain Hunt is flogging his exotic collection of antiques in Essex.

WorldSkills UK, the education and skills charity, has announced the appointment today of the Greene King chief executive Rooney Anand as the new Chair of the WorldSkills UK Board.

In the bleak mid-Ipswich a new pancake shop is transporting customers back to the 1920s for a taste of the hit TV show Peaky Blinders.

Andy Warren looks at the Ipswich Town players who could emerge and offer Paul Lambert some much needed help.

Peace at last – and ‘all the brag and bluster of 30 years shown to be folly and impotence’. What the EADT was reporting 100 years ago

Millions of people over the age of 65, more than the entire population of Birmingham along with 15,000 in Suffolk, feel they have nobody to turn to for help and support.

Ahead of Paul Lambert’s first game as Ipswich Town boss, ANDY WARREN looks at how recent Blues managers fared in their opening matches in charge

Six years ago to this day, Ipswich Town appointed Mick McCarthy to get them out of trouble. STUART WATSON looks at the symmetry between then and now.

The county’s highways chief has welcomed an expected £420million in the budget for councils to fix potholes with the message “it’s good to be listened to”.

Paul Hurst has lost his job at Ipswich Town after just 149 days in charge. ANDY WARREN takes a look at how his reign unfolded.

In our daily feature, we take a look at what happened on this day in Ipswich Town’s history – and today includes two unbeaten home runs and Paul Mariner seeing red

Ipswich Town are bottom of the Championship after 13 games. Here’s what striker Freddie Sears had to say about the threat of relegation, rumours of discontent and manager Paul Hurst’s methods.

Mildenhall Fen Tigers v Eastbourne Eagles, play-off final, second leg

Paul Hurst does not expect to add a free agent striker to his squad and is happy to rely on Freddie Sears and Kayden Jackson as the Blues wait for Ellis Harrison to return to fitness.

Ipswich Town return to action this weekend when QPR visit Portman Road. ANDY WARREN looks ahead to the game.

It was 60 years ago, on October 16 2018, that Blue Peter first arrived on our screens. People in East Anglia have been sharing their memories of the iconic children’s show.

Andy Warren looks at how the players inherited by Paul Hurst have fared during the opening weeks of the season.

Regis UK Limited, which owns Regis Salons and Supercuts, has applied for a Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA), asking for a lease restructure of its 220 salons.

With Darren Bent admitting he would love to return to Ipswich Town, Stuart Watson looks back at those who previously came back to their beloved Blues.

A young family left in limbo by a delayed Home Office visa decision enjoyed an emotional reunion at the weekend.

A Suffolk Conservative minister would like McDonald’s to scrap its plastic Happy Meal toys.

If Ipswich Town are to record their first win of the season at the Liberty Stadium, Paul Hurst knows his side must produce a sustained performance against a confident Swansea side.

Financial columnist Peter Sharkey says a building disaster in Bulgaria and HS2 are good metaphors for avoiding bad financial plans

Sir Bernard Jenkin says it is good that Theresa May is able to laugh at herself but he is unconvinced by her Brexit proposals

Freddie Sears says he is sure Town’s disappointing start to the season will turn.

Prepare for boardroom battles as The Apprentice returns for a 14th series. Meet Lord Sugar’s new apprentices, including the man who claims “Google is my middle name”. It’s not, though, is it?

Ipswich Town were beaten 2-0 by Middlesbrough at Portman Road last night. Andy Warren gives his observations.

Ipswich Town boss Paul Hurst hopes his players will rise to the challenge this evening as they take on promotion-chasing Middlesbrough in front of the Sky Sports cameras.

Paul Hurst wants his Ipswich Town side to start fast and give the home crowd something to cheer about this evening, as they face a side the Ipswich Town manager sees as arguably the strongest in the Championship.

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