Five stories in Ipswich you need to read today
PUBLISHED: 07:52 09 May 2019 | UPDATED: 08:02 09 May 2019
The latest on Fisons’ factory fire, Town transfer talks and all the news stories you need to read about in Ipswich today.
Before and after the devastating Fisons factory fire
Hours of work from 14 fire crews went into taming the blaze at the site on the morning of May 6, with investigators currently considering if the fire was an arson attack. The video was captured by former Fisons employee Neil Rogers who used a drone to show the site in its entirety. This newspaper has now asked 11 questions to the developers of the site.
Trevor Chalobah leaves Blues' squad
Andy Warren took a look at his season at Portman Road, his 44 games for Ipswich - and gives you a chance to decided for yourself wether Chalobah was a hit or a miss at the club.
Illegal subletting leaves Ipswich woman with giant council bill
The court heard that 60-year-old Janice George had lied to Ipswich Borough Council by falsely claiming she had lived at a property in Ulster Avenue, Ipswich, for five years and had used the right to buy scheme to purchase a £70,000 home for just £21,000 - a 70% discount - in 2015.
Officers looking for dog attack witnesses
A nine-month-old Cavalier King Charles spaniel was attacked by a greyhound around Foxhall Stadium, close to Glanville Place. It happened on Friday, April 5 between 4.30pm and 5pm when the greyhound, who was on a lead, crossed paths with the spaniel walking off a lead. UK charity Greyhound Trust recommends greyhounds are muzzled and on a lead when out for walks.
And also: Student could be national champion for launching online radio station
Lucy Hutton, from Bradfield near Manningtree in Essex, had become frustrated with the music choice on mainstream radio so set up her own online station - Reckless Radio - which plays "music the others hardly bother with".
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