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The end draws ever nearer for my beloved washing machine, loyal laundry partner of 22 years, writes Sheena Grant.

If you’re someone who enjoys the annual rituals of autumn this is surely the week for you, writes Sheena Grant.

Opinion: More ways to eat those nutritious, free carrot tops

Saturday, October 21, 2017

Carrot tops are not just for the compost heap or feeding to rabbits. Nor are they just for using instead of basil to create an earthier, fuller-flavoured home-made pesto sauce, writes Sheena Grant.

I could have eaten it after all, writes Sheena Grant.

My month of foraging is almost at an end but I’m not quite done yet, writes Sheena Grant.

Paul Geater

The news that the construction of the Upper Orwell Crossing in Ipswich is “under review” by an independent consultant working for Suffolk County Council is likely to spell the death-knell for this exciting project.

Some readers may have noticed I haven’t been exactly prolific for the last few weeks. There’s a simple answer to that – for the last couple of months I’ve been recovering after a major operation.

During a week like this, I really couldn’t resist a further comment on the extraordinary summer we have been “enjoying” as the Summer of 1976 has given us a full re-run.

The results of our survey into what people thought of this part of the world that we published earlier this week were illuminating – but hardly a major surprise.

Just a'Ipswich girl

Exam glory or disappointment? As students receive their A-level and GSCE grades, here’s a bit of perspective.

I-Spy books are 70 years old this year - did you spot that?

Lynne Mortimer looks back at her memories of the Suffolk coast, its myths and legends; its amusements and ice-creams.

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