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Police say the car left Ipswich at about 05:00 that morning, and travelled towards Long Melford via Hadleigh, along the A1071 and A134. Officers would like to hear from anyone who may have seen it being driven erratically.

A 26 year old man from Ipswich was arrested on suspicion of drug driving and causing death by dangerous driving. He has since been released under investigation pending further inquiries.

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Ahead of tomorrow’s fixture at Villa Park, Mick McCarthy says both Ipswich Town and Aston Villa are in a better place compared with when they last met in February.

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Town won 1 0 then to help in their relegation battle, and heap more misery on the West Midlands side struggling to acclimatize to life outside the Premier League.

This season, the league table is happier reading for both clubs, with Villa fourth and Town just outside the play off places with a game in hand.

Ghana international Albert Adomah (pictured) has been a key player for Steve Bruce’s side,
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with eight goals from just 11 starts in the Championship.

“I watched him on Tuesday night against Sunderland and he was probably the standout player for them. He’s confident and he’s scoring goals. He’s quick and he can be direct,” said McCarthy.

Huws said he was now ready to start matches after a few months on the sidelines.

“I didn’t know what it was, to be honest. It was the strangest injury I’d ever had or ever seen in my time in football,” he said.

“It messed with my head a lot, and other people’s too, but it’s fine now. I know it’s a cliche, but I think to come through it and still be OK only makes you stronger.”

There will be full commentary of tomorrow’s game against Aston Villa on BBC Radio Suffolk in Matchday from 14:00

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Remember when we all thought the world would end because The Great British Bake Off was moving from BBC1 to Channel 4? Now we’re waiting for the two Christmas editions with barely concealed festive glee what fickle creatures we are.

Yes, several million people deserted the show since it was on BBC1, but Channel 4 made it clear it only needed three million to ‘break even’ and it got 6.5million, therefore becoming the channel’s eighth most popular show ever after A Woman of Substance in 1985, which about a woman rising to wealth and power (rather than about someone who had eaten all the pies from Bake Off).

Yes, the ad breaks are a bit annoying but they give you enough time to make a cup of tea and at the end of the day, it’s a programme about cakes and biscuits, and as one baker put it “it’s just a sponge, no one’s going to die” if they have to wait three minutes to find out whether someone has a damp posterior.

The Great British Bake Off as we knew it is dead. Long live The Great British Bake Off (and if you don’t like it, you can crumpet). So onwards and upwards as Prue Leith, Paul Hollywood, Noel Fielding and Sandi Toksvig bring some holiday cheer to The Great British Bake Off in two festive episodes, on Channel 4.

In each episode four former bakers from previous series will return to the tent to go head to head in three seasonal challenges to find out who will top the tree as Star Baker Paul Jagger, Beca Lyne Pirkis, Selasi Gbormittah and Val Stones and then in episode two, Benjamina Ebuehi, Rob Billington, Rav Bansal and Sandy Docherty are the ones facing the judging panel and attempting to impress Paul and Prue.

Paul Jagger, 51,
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is a prison governor who took part in series six and was eliminated in week eight (patisserie). His previous GBBO highlight was his jaw droppingly detailed Lion bread creation

Beca Lyne Pirkis, 35, has her own Welsh language cookery show titled Bexws and was in series four. She was eliminated in week nine (French pastry) and her macarons were so exquisite that she was nicknamed ‘Becaron’.

Selasi Gbormittah, 31, is a banker and was in series seven. He was eliminated in week nine and made it through to the semi final of Bake Off.

Val Stones, 67, a retired teacher, was in series seven and was eliminated in week five despite winning the nation’s heart with her dancing. Her emotional goodbye speech tapped at the nation’s hearts. She said “When you bake, you always bake for a reason. You’re giving it to people, so you make it best you can. And you make it with love.”

Benjamina Ebuehi, 25, was also in series seven and is now pursuing a career in food. He was eliminated in week eight and was loved for her ‘flavoursome bakes’.

Rob Billington, 31, a photographer, was eliminated in pie week (five). When his pristine chocolate cake slid onto the floor at the end of the challenge, another lowlight for Rob was during the week he went out, when his custard meringue pie collapsed.

Rav Bansal, 28, a baker,
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was in series seven and was eliminated in series six (botanical week). He was well known for his exotic and experimental fusion of flavours which meant he was in the bottom of each technical challenge for three weeks in a row.

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A group of 10 retailers, ranging from fashion wear to a coffee house, are pulling out of Bayfair Shopping Centre many of them disillusioned by rent rises of up to 40 per cent.

Those on the move include well known retailing names: Starbucks, Number 1 Shoes, Living and Giving, Line 7 and Pagani women’s fashion, who decided their businesses at Bayfair would become unprofitable in current trading conditions if they accepted the increase.

Bayfair management are busy signing up replacement tenants at the new level of rents, which have become some of the highest of any mall in the country.

Andrew Wadsworth, Bayfair’s manager, said it was never nice losing tenants, but the rentals were based on supply and demand. “We have really good retailers wanting to move in.

“We feel the rent rises are justified, but some [retailers] have a different perspective and move on.

“We have to do what is best for the [centre’s] owners and investors and we would be worried if there were vacancies in the mall.”

Mr Wadsworth was confident that all the retail space at Bayfair would be filled by November/December “when all the moving around has finished”.

Gift store Living and Giving and discounter Number 1 Shoes have already moved out, as have Eves Realty, Bayfair Dry Cleaners and Paint Box nail bar. Brumby’s Bakery has closed but will be re opened by a new franchisee.

Number 1 Shoes and its 12 staff relocated to a new store at Centre Max Retail in Papamoa on July 23. The store manager said the move had a lot to do with the rent.

“It’s ticking over quite nicely here.”

Starbucks, which has 44 coffee houses around the country, and Pagani, 36 stores, are closing next month, and Line 7 which has been in Bayfair Mall for six years and is having a massive clearance sale will be gone by November.

A hairdresser is also trying to sub lease his space and wants to move closer to downtown Mount Maunganui.

Starbucks is leaving Bayfair on September 15, and its nine staff will be fitted in to owner Restaurant Brands’ other Starbucks, KFC and Pizza Hut operations in Tauranga.

A Starbucks spokesman told the Bay of Plenty Times that the Bayfair business faced a substantial increase in rent the new level would have turned a profitable store in to an unprofitable one based on present trade.

Pagani, which designs and makes all its women’s clothing, is closing at Bayfair on September 7, leaving just one Pagani store in Tauranga at downtown Mid City Mall.

Owner Roger Pagani said he was paying $920/sq m, or $110,400 annual rent, for his 120sq m store at Bayfair, and when he came to renew his lease he was told it would be $1300/sq m a 42 per cent increase.

After further negotiation, the new rent was reduced to $1050/sq m, or $160,000. On top of that, the retailer pays a $30,000 management fee.

Mr Pagani said he would expect a normal rental increase of 5 per cent, and the rise he faced was “quite bizarre”.

“I’m paying less rent at St Lukes in Auckland, and Bayfair has become one of the most expensive malls in the country.

“Saleswise, Bayfair is not in the same league as St Lukes, Manukau and Riccarton shopping centres. I think the rents are a reflection on what the new owner paid for the mall; they paid too much and now they are trying to get a return out of it,” he said.

Mr Pagani considered the reduced rental offer, but said in the end it was unrealistic to pay more when the store was earning less and trading was quiet.

“We budgeted for a 10 per cent drop in sales this year. We don’t like doing that some months we were over the budget, but it’s hard going there,” he said.

Mr Wadsworth said, based on specialty retail sales, Bayfair was in the top three shopping centres in the country.

He said new retailers were signing up for the space vacated by Starbucks, Pagani, and Living and Giving.

Nevada Denim Surf Skate was moving outside the mall near the Countdown entrance to replace Number 1 Shoes, and ANZ Bank was making a similar move, taking up the space left by Eves Realty and the dry cleaners.

Subway is also opening up to complete the food strip outside the centre opposite the open car park area.

Another women’s clothing retailer, K and K Fashions, would be moving into the bank’s space inside the mall.

“We have two more retailers wanting space, and everything is looking promising,” said Mr Wadsworth.

Australian property fund AMP Shopping Centre paid a record $121.5 million in September 2006 for a half share of Bayfair, owning it in conjunction with Tower Asset Management and taking over the management rights.
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What’s it like to be a falcon soaring in the sky, and then plummeting to the earth to catch prey? After riding the new Falcon’s Fury at Busch Gardens, I know how they must feel.

Entertainment Reporter Virginia Johnson is eight months pregnant so Busch Gardens would not let her ride. So, Bay News 9 sent me as her stunt double to test out the new thrill ride.

I love roller coasters, but the feeling of freefalling is not my cup of tea. In fact falling dreams are usually the ones where I wake up screaming. Given that fact, I looked around and saw little kids with their little shoes dangling from the drop tower and told myself to “woman up.”

To my fear and relief there was no line, even given the fact that it was the ride’s opening day.

In the ride area, I placed my belongings in a cubby. Note, flip flops and sandals will fall off your feet on this ride. I suggest wearing sneakers or leaving loose sandals in the cubbies. However, I was so nervous; I forgot to take off my loose sandals, so I quickly tossed them to Virginia.

There are 32 seats and each seat is individual, with four people per section surrounding the cylinder shaped ride.

Once seated, I lifted my arms above my head to pull down the safety bar. This is not the most comfortable feeling. The harness pressed hard against my chest. But for me, this was comforting and assured me that there was no way I was falling out. There is also a safety belt that strapped between my legs for added safety.

Fastened in, my butterflies got worse, and I was trying not to panic. Then Virginia yelled to me from the crowd, “I love you,
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” and I yelled back “I love you too,” just in case these were my final words.

Then it started, the slow elevation up to the top. First, I looked down on the crowd of spectators, whom with each inch we went up, looked more and more like little ants until finally, we made it 335 feet to the top.

Wow! The view! It was incredible! I could see the entire park, even giraffes walking around. Just as I was enjoying my view, the seats moved 90 degrees so that I was facing the ground. Looking literally head on at the spectators below, I plummeted towards the ground. As I was screaming for my life, all of those tiny faces became bigger and bigger. Then as quickly as I dropped, the ride stopped and put me back into seating position.

My journey was safe and the ride was incredible! I feel like I am now a human falcon. Getting off the ride I was still shaky and my legs were wobbly mostly from screaming. As I walked over to Virginia and Bay News 9 Photographer Bobby Collins, there was only one thing I had left to say “CAN I DO THAT AGAIN?!!
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Hugo Mejia grabbed the lunch his wife made for him early in the morning May 3 and took off for his job at a new construction project on the Travis Air Force base in Fairfield. But the 37 year old father of three from San Rafael didn return home. Neither of them has criminal records, according to their attorney.

Their plight has drawn sympathy and support from friends, neighbors and immigrant rights activists who say the men are being swept up in an illegal immigration crackdown that was supposed to focus on felons, not people whose only offense was entering the country illegally.

first thing that came to my mind was why me? Mejia said in Spanish during a phone interview with this news organization from the Rio Cosumnes Correctional Center in Elk Grove, where he is being held.

been here for 17 years and my record is excellent. I never done anything to anyone. My bills are paid on time, I have a clean record, we never asked the government for help. spokeswoman for the air force base confirmed the incident in a prepared statement, saying, part of normal protocol, Security Forces personnel entered the individuals information into the California Law Enforcement Telecommunications System, which identified them as undocumented immigrants. Security Forces then telephoned Immigration Customs Enforcement, who confirmed the status of the individuals and responded to take custody. Donald Trump, who made enforcing immigration law a centerpiece of his campaign, has suggested the administration focus would be targeting illegal immigrants with criminal records. like Mejia and Nunez.

the federal government indicates a desire to really go after people who are not citizens, then other parts of the government feel emboldened to target those groups, said Jayashri Srikantiah, a Stanford law school professor and founder of the school Immigrants Rights Clinic. a ripple effect. The government sets a tone for what is acceptable and what is not. are required to report undocumented immigrants who visit the bases to ICE. A spokeswoman for Travis did not say if there are any such policies in place or if the individual who reported Mejia and Nu to ICE used his own discretion.

The men detainments have struck a chord in their communities both are described as star employees at S Drywall, and are involved in their children school activities and at their local parishes.

Mejia said the individual who reported him and Nu initially told the pair they would likely only be questioned and then let go. They had clean records, he told them.

we knew that ICE never lets anyone go, said Mejia. seemed as if he just decided to call ICE in that moment, on a whim. He didn know what to expect or how the process worked. later Mejia wife, Yadira Munguia, got a call from her brother, who told her Mejia had been taken into custody by immigration officials.

didn understand what was going on, Munguia said. asked God, is this happening, why did you deal us such a difficult test? I felt everything come crashing down on me. Villanueva, the wife of Rodrigo Nu said, used to see news reports of so many cases, but you never think that it going to happen to you. born kids, ages 12, 10 and 6.

Alisa Whitfield, an immigration attorney with Centro Legal de la Raza, a local nonprofit in Oakland, who is representing the men pro bono, has submitted a request for them to receive an interview with an asylum officer regarding their fear of returning to Mexico.

Because they are in reinstatement proceedings, they would have to prove that they would be extremely likely to be persecuted upon their return to Mexico in order to be granted protection from deportation.

If they were facing regular removal proceedings, they would be eligible to post a bond to leave the detention center, and fight their cases in immigration hearings, Whitfield said.

But there very little legal recourse for people in their situation, according to Srikantiah.

process usually ends very, very poorly for the person detained, she said, adding that the president executive order will likely mean an increased use of non judicial deportation processes like the ones Mejia and Nu are going through.

imagine that everyone sees a judge before they deported, she said. the way the deportation system works is that more removal orders are issued through non judicial processes than through judicial processes. members have submitted more than 100 letters of support for the men, according to Whitfield.

Steve Rossa, the men employer, declined to comment.

When Villanueva lost her parents in a car crash in Mexico two years ago, Nu gifted her five birds. During a recent phone conversation from the detention center, Villanueva said Nu asked her to set the birds free.
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TORONTO The Ontario Securities Commission announced on Friday that Hudson Bay Co. (TSX:HBC) has agreed to temporarily postpone a deal that would see private equity firm Rhone Capital buy a sizable stake in the retail giant. activist investor Land Buildings Investment Management LLC applied on Monday for the regulator to review the Toronto Stock Exchange Nov. 7 decision to provide conditional support to New York based Rhone $632 million equity investment in the form of eight year mandatory convertible preferred shares.

The funding was part of a deal that included the sale of HBC Lord Taylor Fifth Avenue building to WeWork Property Advisors for nearly $1.1 billion and to pursue a strategic alliance with WeWork to pursue future real estate transactions.

Per the order issued today, the OSC says HBC and Rhone have agreed to not close the transaction before Dec. 4 or the conclusion of the hearing and review of the TSX decision, whichever date is earlier.

The owner of Hudson Bay, Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord Taylor said it expects Rhone will initially hold a 21.8 per cent voting and equity interest in the company on a partially diluted basis and that could grow to 30 per cent if the preferred shares are held to their eight year maturity.

Land Buildings has urged the retailer to consider a bid for its German operations by Signa Holding and criticized HBC for selling a controlling interest in the company without seeking the approval of minority shareholders.
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Quote of the day: “He who would travel happily must travel light.” Antoine de Saint Exupery

Dear John,

It’s funny to start a letter like that; not just for the cliche implication but because I always think of the show Dear John starring Judd Hirsch. Somehow I think you’d appreciate that reference. I’m sorry I haven’t written until now. to be perfectly honest, I feel guilty because I feel you deserve some big, wonderful post full of meaning and nostalgia, but I haven’t been able to write things like that lately. I guess I’ll just spit some stuff out.

I think the strongest feelings I have is that I wish I’d been a better friend to you, followed closely by how badly I wish you’d had a better ride on this planet. When I first started reading your blog back in 2003. actually it was probably 2002 because I was on Blogdrive and reading some blogs before I even started Battle Ready. my first impression was how impressed I was with your blog. It looked sharp and professional for a blog (especially in 2002) and it felt so. legitimate. The style with which you wrote and interacted with people was honest, forthright, respectful, and very logical.

As I got to know you through the years, all of those first impressions were reinforced, over and over again. I don’t know if I’ve ever effectively relayed to you just how much I respect you as a person and as a man, John. Remember back when the forums were a warzone of unhappy Blogdrivers and random disagreements and squabbles? I always craved the conflict, but I was confused (in a truly impressed way) by how not only could you avoid being disrespectful, but even while others would trash you and the blog service we love and volunteer for, you’d continue to treat them with dignity and offer help.

I wish I’d told you how big of an impact you’ve had on the best parts of me. Through the years, even when I was at the height of my know it allness, you continued to teach me things I didn’t even know that I didn’t know. When blogging would fade in and out of my life, you continued to reach out and share things with me, even including me in blog projects and things that I otherwise would have had only a passing interest.

I realize how much I’d taken you for granted as a friend, John. I’m so sorry. I could see as your life became more difficult and you embarked on what would be your last journey here, but I never dreamed it was really as it was. Even as I found out that your situation was more dire than I’d imagined, I still took you for granted. I guess I just assumed you’d be fine. I wish so much that I’d reached out to you more. I don’t know if you ever knew how much you meant to me, because I’m sure I didn’t try hard enough to tell you, but I truly believe that I can tell you now. I miss you man, and I love you. Thanks for being my friend and mentor over the years. I hope you’re having an amazing journey wherever you are now, and I look forward to reconnecting with you when I get there. Hopefully you can show me the ropes there, too.
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It’s no secret that the Kardashian and Jenner ladies have some prime real estate that will make many of us envious, but there are certain parts of their lavish digs that deserve some much needed attention.

Among the many things Kourtney, Kim, Khloe Kardashian, Kendall and Kylie Jenner are known for, their wardrobe always tends to create some conversation. So, instead of focusing on their entire pad, we want to focus on a the home for their well known attire closets.

We’ll tell you right now that these closets are pretty much the size of some people’s apartments, and they are just as elaborate and luxurious as you’d imagined.

So, let’s take a step into each lady’s special place of fashion and relish in the beauty that resides there.

Kim Kardashian Kanye West’s ladylove is known for moving constantly, but we know a few things about her most recent closet. First of all, it’s not as messy as we’ve previously seen, and it won’t need Yeezy’s makeover. During a podcast with Vogue in 2015,
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Kim said, “They are so organized, you have no idea. I am so excited are moving into our new house, so we have to really redo everything.” And the inspiration for her closet design is everything you’ve probably dreamed of. “It’s going to look a little bit like a Saint Laurent store. Like marble and brushed gold.” Um, yes, please.

Khloe Kardashian: Meanwhile, KoKo has been very generous about sharing the details of her closets, and therefore giving us some serious design and shoe envy. Khloe opened up her closet to Architectural Digest, complete with a chandelier by RH, and a ceiling lined in a Schumacher wallpaper. Did we mention it’s huge? The E! star transformed two bedrooms into an impressive closet filled with perfectly organized designer pieces, shoes and accessories. Oh, and we can’t forget her 150 square foot fitness closet,
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A University of Bath student is aiming to become the greenest ever Ironman when he competes in the Barcelona Challenge triathlon on Sunday 4 October.

Jon Alexander will set aside conventional sports gear for the gruelling event, aiming to cycle 112 miles on a bike made from bamboo, run 26.2 miles in shoes made from recycled fibres and swim 2.4 miles in an eco friendly limestone based rubber wetsuit.

Jon said: “I believe all athletes are environmentalists at heart, if you define environmentalists as people who love the natural world. But we fly all over the world, we burn through a load of food, and we use a huge amount of specialist gear all without really appreciating what we’re doing to the places where we love to train. We don’t even put pressure on suppliers. I’ve found a couple of small companies who are doing things differently but there’s real lack of take up in the sports world.”

He’s keen to point out that he doesn’t feel his green approach will compromise his performance and says that bamboo bikes have even been shown by several US athletes to improve performance over a long ride.

Jon is studying a part time MSc in Responsibility Business Practiceat the University’s School of Management and credits the course with giving him the belief that he could take on the challenge.

“The nature of the course encourages you to get out there and experiment,
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to see where things lead. There’s a real ‘can do’ spirit and everyone on the course has been really supportive.”

Jon works for a London based advertising company and is using the knowledge gained on his course to use marketing budgets in new and interesting ways.

He has put together a comprehensive approach to his green campaign, including a vegetarian diet based around an organic vegetable box scheme, designed to cut his carbon footprint and food miles, and plans to travel to the event by train to avoid the high carbon emissions of going by plane.

While on campus he has run Bath’s Skyline and swum at the University’s Sports Training Village. He has also cycled to his studies from his home in London along the Kennet and Avon Canal.

Jon is raising funds for the Wilderness Foundation, a charity which works to use wilderness experiences to help young people develop an emotional connection with the natural world.

For more information please visit Jon’s blog.

Next month Jon will meet Sweden’s Deputy Prime Minister, Maud Olofsson,
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to receive first prize in The Ashridge Sustainable Innovation Award for his essay about how organisations can innovate to create value from the shift to a low carbon economy.

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We shall be joined by members of The Wildlife Trust for our annual clear up of the geological sites on this SSSI Reserve. Come along with gardening tools or just take the opportunity to visit the sites and talk about the geology.

Variable levels of activity depending on what you decide to do! There are some steep slopes; strong shoes advisable. Brown’s Folly Car Park (ST 798694).

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Friday April 23rd

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The party will examine the vertical, or steeply dipping, succession of Silurian (Wenlock) volcanic rocks exposed in the core of the Mendip Beacon Hill pericline. Dr. at the quarry of ce, (ST 663465).

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This SSSI site has been described as the most fossil rich site in the county, the management of which earned the Newman family an English Nature Merit Award in 1998. Some of the most extensive and northerly exposures of the Clypeus Grit (Upper Inferior Oolite) underlie the basal units of the Hook Norton Limestone, (Lower Great Oolite Group). The Clypeus Grit comprises 3.5m of rubbly, fossiliferous pisolitic and oolitic limestones with interbedded, less resistant marl units. Bivalves and brachiopods are particularly abundant but also irregular echinoids (Clypeus being one) plus gastropods, corals and serpulid worms. The overlying Hook Norton Limestone is less fossiliferous but bivalves predominate and fragments of wood (ginkgo) are also common.

There are also many calcite lined open joints giving evidence for cambering. This is a function of the relationship between local topography and geology where great thicknesses of Lower Jurassic argillaceous sediments capped by Middle Jurassic limestones have been dissected by deep, broad valleys. It is situated about 4 miles west of Chipping Norton, on the north side of the A44, immediately to the west of the Cross Hands Inn. Hard hats and strong footwear essential.
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