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Days Gone By

A new housing development led to huge expansion of north Ipswich, writes David Kindred.

It was the ‘old style’ clothes shop where you could also get a haircut and lunch, writes David Kindred.

One of Ipswich’s largest former department stores featured in a recent Days Gone By and for many readers it has provoked a walk down memory lane, writes David Kindred.

Family life

Could Suffolk photographer Gillian Allard be Sky Arts Master of Photography 2017? She’ll give it her best shot.

Suffolk Show 2017 introduces more new sports to the Sports Village for the whole family to try.

Cuddle chicks, try welly wanging and compete in a lawnmower race at Suffolk Show 2017

Travel

Features writer Karen Richards travelled to the German city of Hamburg to sample its many delights, soak up its maritime history and immerse herself in the 24-hour culture.

If a famous actor such as Jeremy Irons lives in the historic town of Watlington, you know there must be something special about the place.

Mike Pickup and his wife weren’t entirely sure where they were even going when they signed up to a trip to Kazakhstan - and even had to open the Atlas to check, as he reveals.

Opinion

Those trying to sell us something we don’t need are adept at knowing how to exploit our insecurities and expectations to get us to part with our hard-earned cash, writes Sheena Grant.

The events of the last few days have shocked the nation and made all of us realise that however important politics are, events can be so terrible that “normal life” pales into insignificance.

What is this new generation we are rearing

Homes & garden

An historic Suffolk estate is set to be recreated as a farm encompassing 1,090 acres of high quality arable land and a range of homes and buildings goes on the market with a bumper guide price tag of £14.75m.

A small parkland estate at Playford, near Woodbridge, is set to go on the market with a freehold guide price of £1.5m.

A Suffolk garden centre is encouraging people to scour their gardens for a rare lilac.

Ipswich icons

The two great hotels in Ipswich during the first 75 years of the 20th Century were the Great White Horse and the Crown and Anchor, both Trust House Forte hotels, writes John Norman, of The Ipswich Society.

Ships have been built on the banks of the Orwell since time immemorial, writes John Norman of The Ipswich Society.

John Norman reminds us how much of a privilege it once was to have a decent education – and not so very long ago, either.

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