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Days Gone By

Ipswich Dock was completed in 1842. The Royal Assent from Queen Victoria for the Ipswich Dock Act was received in June 1837.

Superman, Snow White and Pinocchio were all pictured at a Felixstowe school in 1995, which can only mean one thing - pupils were enjoying World Book Day!

Do you remember the rain that fell during the Gainsborough gala day on the outskirts of Ipswich in 1984?

Family life

An mental health talk, held by Dan Keeley and Bon Collins, is set to inspire guests at The Seckford Theatre, Woodbridge this May.

Actor, writer, comedian and broadcaster Angus Deayton talks about resurrecting hit series Radio Active without his friend Geoffrey Perkins, modern comedy and life after Leveson.

The Archers’ Tim Bentinck remembers getting up to no good during school holidays in Norfolk, why writing comes easier in the county and laments the loss of rural railways.

Travel

Features writer Karen Richards travelled to the German city of Düsseldorf to see the heady sights, sample the cuisine and soak up its 24-hour culture.

Following the announcement that a luxury cruise ship will be stopping at Great Yarmouth later this year, we’ve decided to take a look at the top things to do in the seaside town.

There is much more to Munich than just football and beer but it is in fact overflowing with history, gorgeous architecture and delicious cuisine.

Opinion

What’s orange and not the same as it was?

To infinity and beyond

It has taken a mere two and a bit years but finally I’ve done it. Anyone out there who finds sewing tasks easy will probably find it difficult to understand how the relatively straightforward task of covering an oblong of foam cushion with a piece of material could take so long. Put simply, it was because I didn’t know what I was doing.

Homes & garden

You can burn thousands of calories a year in your garden - here’s how

Take a look inside this four bedroom picturesque Woodbridge home.

Go wild - great animal themed homewares can jazz up your home for summer.

Ipswich icons

John Norman finishes his story about the enterprise behind the first flat-packaged patio set for Tesco.

John Norman on the local entrepreneur who supplied our emerging middle class and even Queen Victoria

John Norman takes us back in time to a long road that would have been full of colour, noise and myriad aromas.

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