Ipswich, England Newswire

Ipswich, England Newswire

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  1. EAPL preview: Swardeston and Great Witchingham set sights on defending championsRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Evening News

    Norwich's Ashley Watson is bowled by Nicholas Smit during his team's 137-run home win over Vauxhall Mallards last weekend Picture: Tim Ferley Joe Gatting's team moved back up to second place in the Gibbs Denley East Anglian Premier League table with a 93-run victory away to Cambridge Granta, featuring a huge 116 from Stephen Gray. The gap to reigning champions and leaders Sudbury is 47 points with nine games remaining, leaving time for the club which won the EAPL title in five consecutive seasons between 2012 and 2016 to reclaim their crown.

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  2. Throwback Thursday: Looking back to July 1994 when Chantry students abseiled down the schoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 13 | Ipswich Evening Star

    Every Thursday we take a step back in time and look back to what was happening in and around Ipswich in that month - for this week's edition we look back to Ipswich in July 1994. We kick things off at Chantry High School as students were treated to a fitness fun day involving abseiling and aerobics, amongst other activities.

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  3. Days Gone By: See rare photos of Ipswich in the 1800sRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Ipswich Evening Star

    One of the first to publish volumes of photographs of Ipswich was professional photographer William Vick. He produced three volumes of photographic prints of the town in the 1890s titled "Ipswich Past and Present".

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  4. Nine events to enjoy around Ipswich and Felixstowe this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Ipswich Evening Star

    Jimmy's Festival returns this weekend. Pictured, Matt Nixon and Sarah Deamer at last year's event.

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  5. What happened next to stars of first Premier League seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 7, 2017 | Daily Mail

    As the Premier League celebrates its 25th anniversary, what came next for the players and clubs featured in THAT promotional photo for the first season on Sky Sports? The start of the coming Premier League season marks the 25th anniversary of the first campaign for the then-breakaway league. It was marketed as a whole new ball game, and comparing football now and then explains why.

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  6. East's jobless numbers fall as UK earnings rise 'modestly', figures revealRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 17 | East Anglian Daily Times

    Unemployment across the eastern region fell by 7,000 between March and May as the number of people in work across the UK reached new record levels. Jobless numbers in the east stood at 111,000, with the unemployment rate standing at 3.5%, with earnings across the country up "modestly" on the year, according to the latest Office for National Statistics figures.

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  7. Sky Bet Championship fixtures revealed for 2018-19 campaignRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 21 | Daily Mail

    Wenger confesses his 'biggest mistake' was staying at Arsenal for 22 years as he gives intimate interview on his obsession with football, philosophy and his love of Bob Marley and patisseries Manchester United unveil new home kit ahead with nod to Newton Heath... but at an eye-watering A 110, the match shirt will cost a bit more than back in 1878 'It could be the best time for him to try something different': Belgium boss Martinez urges Hazard to leave Chelsea Henry turns down A 10m Sky role in quest to become a manager... and he's received three offers already Bolt set for six-week trial with A-League side Central Coast Mariners as he continues push to become a footballer 'I'm different... I don't want to be in a comfort zone': Ronaldo insists he remains as ambitious as ever at Juve unveiling Hail the new king of Turin! Juventus unveil Ronaldo amid blur of flashing cameras, swagger and ... (more)

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  8. Small businesses leading the war against plastic packagingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 16 | East Anglian Daily Times

    Ever since Life on Earth, each one of David Attenborough's programmes in his 'Life' series has pushed the boundaries both in terms of the camera technology that has been used and the discoveries of the natural world that have been made. But when we look back in years to come, it may be that one of his greatest legacies will have come as a result of Blue Planet II - which aired in the final months of 2017 and has done more to raise awareness about plastic pollution than any other single event.

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  9. EAPL round-up: Gray smashes a fine century as Swardeston leap up the tableRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 15 | Eastern Daily Press

    Leaders Sudbury are still way ahead - they have a 47-point advantage - after a 101-run win at Copdock and Old Ipswichian. Great Witchinhgam also jumped up, just a place to third, after winning at Bury St Edmunds, while Norwich ended Vauxhall Mallards' recent winning run and Horsford were thumped at Mildenhall.

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  10. Ipswich Icons: Richard The Lion Heart's legacy gave town a Royal CharterRead the original story

    Friday Jul 13 | Ipswich Evening Star

    Granting a charter to Ipswich was a win-win situation for us and two kings, as John Norman, of The Ipswich Society, explains. We'll start this story not with the subject, King John, but with his predecessor Richard I .

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  11. Police investigate 'suspicious' fire in Whitland Close in IpswichRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 12 | East Anglian Daily Times

    As thousands of music fans hit the road this morning on their way to Latitude Festival, we'll be keeping you up to date with the travel news to help get you there in good time. Fears have been voiced that a new scheme which would see pubs, restaurants and shops offering their loos for public use in Babergh and Mid Suffolk could result in existing toilets eventually being cut.

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  12. Man arrested on suspicion of kidnap following Ipswich armed police incident to face no further actionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 12 | Ipswich Evening Star

    A man who was arrested after armed police were called to an Ipswich home following reports a young woman was being held against her will, is to face no further action. Suffolk police were called to Wherstead Road at 5.30am on Sunday, February 25, following concerns for the safety of a woman aged in her 20s.

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  13. Man accused of Trimley man's murder not to give evidenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 12 | Ipswich Evening Star

    A man accused of encouraging the killing of a Trimley man has chosen not to give evidence during his trial. Twenty-five-year-old Amiadul Islam, of London, is one of four men who have denied murdering 41-year-Old Dean Stansby in Ancaster Road, Ipswich, on February 8 last year.

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  14. Days Gone By: Corner becomes a Major talking point in IpswichRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 12 | East Anglian Daily Times

    Majors Corner, Ipswich, and the area nearby, featured recently in Days Gone By , and it has sparked much debate about this busy part of the town centre. The swinging sixties at Botwoods showrooms, as girls taking part in a fashion show organised by Corders shop pose on the bonnet of an e type Jaguar Picture: IAN MCGRATH One of the photographs featured Botwoods Garage.

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  15. What Gareth Southgate and Donald Trump can teach us about leadershipRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 12 | Ipswich Evening Star

    Although football didn't end up 'coming home' for England, Gareth Southgate's management techniques did score highly, and could offer lessons to anyone managing teams in the corporate world too. His collaborative approach, calm confidence and composure contrasts starkly with that of another successful leader who touched down in the UK today - Donald Trump.

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  16. These firms have been named and shamed for defaulting on thousands of pounds in taxRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 12 | Eastern Daily Press

    Companies in Norfolk and Suffolk have been named and shamed by HMRC for "deliberately" defaulting on thousands of pounds in tax. They include a digital signage consultant from Gorleston, and a Suffolk computer firm, which failed to pay A 6.5m.

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  17. A Suffolk greenhouse the size of 11 football pitchesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 12 | Ipswich Evening Star

    Cliff Matthews, a director of Sterling Suffolk Ltd., inside the giant glasshouse being built on land between Great Blakenham and Bramford. The new greenhouse will be used to grow vine tomatoes by hydroponics Cliff Matthews, a director of Sterling Suffolk Ltd., inside the giant glasshouse being built on land between Great Blakenham and Bramford.

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  18. Ipswich man accused of murder thought his arrest was "a bit of a joke"Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 11 | Ipswich Evening Star

    An Ipswich drug user accused of being involved in the murder of a Trimley man has told a court he thought it was "a bit of a joke" when he was arrested, a court has heard. Giving evidence at Ipswich Crown Court today Jason Ruby accepted that when he was arrested his response had been "crack on" because as far as he was concerned he wasn't involved in the killing.

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  19. Ipswich Icons: A village full of angels which has yet to capture the attention of the big film makersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 11 | East Anglian Daily Times

    Suffolk is blessed with an almost endless number of pretty villages: some of national importance, writes John Norman, of The Ipswich Society.a Some of thes evillages are frequently used as backdrops for TV programmes or major feature films. But there is one, so close to the centre of Ipswich, that hardly features on anyone's radar.

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  20. 'This seems remarkably inconsiderate' - Drivers face lengthy...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 11 | Ipswich Evening Star

    Drivers have reported major delays on one of the busiest routes into Ipswich this morning - with fears raised it could delay football fans getting home to watch tonight's big England World Cup match. Barbara Taylor said her journey was delayed by 40 minutes due to works on Wherstead Road, which she said caused hold-ups throughout the town centre.

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