In today's Standard

In today's Standard

In today's Standard

In today's Standard

First published in News

TOWNS celebrate the "boost" of being labelled as deprived, police investigate after the body of man is found at Harwich Quay, and a historic ferry crossing is to be scrapped leaving port jobs at risk.

Harwich welcomes in the tourists from the first cruise ship of the season, business brothers get on 2014 Asian rich list, and an anonymous charity donation means one family is now routing for Liverpool to win the Premier League.

Plus year 11 school leavers photograph souvenirs and all the latest news, sport and entertainment.

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1:41pm Fri 2 May 14

bloke down the pub says...

People have been trying to develop Harwich and Dovercourt {Including Bathside} for over 300yrs and local people/councils have turned it down.Nothing will change in this town ,it will just slowly die.
People have been trying to develop Harwich and Dovercourt {Including Bathside} for over 300yrs and local people/councils have turned it down.Nothing will change in this town ,it will just slowly die. bloke down the pub
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