I have been a bit distressed this week to see my rolling news board on this page has been filled with stories of Steve Wright.
The trial of the man accused of killing five prostitutes began on Monday and every news department in the country appears to have moved into Ipswich.
For the next eight weeks our humble town will provide the leading story for the whole world - if only it were for something happier, eh?
I am lucky enough to be on month long placement at Town 102 Radio in Ipswich at the moment and it is fascinating watching them handle this major incident.
What is interesting is the difference between the small local stations (like Town) and bigger national organisations.
BBC Look East had three reporters at the court yesterday - they even went as far as presenting the evening news from outside.
Our station had a lovely reporter down there - and then rushing back to work through her lunch break on other local stories.
It just seems an injustice to me that the local journalists who have been there from the beginning, who have held campaigns to make women in Ipswich safer, are missing out on the big interviews to news producers that would not normally give two hoots about Ipswich.
In time people will start to forget what has happened but Ipswich will be forever stained with the events, just as Soham was.
I have no doubt reports of Ipswich Town games will all start with the line: The atmosphere in the ground was sombre because of what was going on down the road...
Anyway, back to the real world - The Blues have Blackpool on Saturday and they still haven't been able to get Norris...
...I'm sorry but it's what I've been thinking about this week!