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A taxi, coach and mini-bus hire company in Ipswich has stopped trading, leaving a group of customers with a prior booking waiting for a minibus that never turned up.

Although most of the 93,000 passengers passing through Stansted’s doors tomorrow for the start of their half term holidays will be blissfully unaware of it, the next few weeks will be a crucially defining moment in the history of Stansted Airport.

Here’s a sneak peek at some of the ghoulish and grisly items coming up for auction in Essex, to put you in the mood for Halloween. Sworders Fine Art have been building up a collection of strange consignments for their next ‘Out of the Ordinary’ sale to be held early next year.

The bosses of a pharmaceutical company which has been growing cannabis legally in Norfolk since 2016 for the international medicinal market are now hopeful of being able to offer their cannabis-derived medicine on prescription in the UK.

The site of a former oxygen gas plant in Ipswich is being regenerated, bringing in more than 100 new jobs to the area.

The bell of a ship sunk off the Suffolk coast by a German mine is to go on public display.

Over the past three years more than 200 people in Suffolk and Norfolk have attended MENTA’s free business skills, Start Right training.

The Suffolk Show is happening today at Trinity Park in Ipswich, offering 5,000 young people the chance to find out more about the apprenticeships, courses and career pathways on offer in the county.

House prices in Suffolk crept up by 0.4% in August, contributing to a 3.6% rise over the last 12 months.

As the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, you could say that being dyslexic hasn’t held Matt Hancock back in his life.

Solicitors claim they are being inundated with queries from people who gave their houses over to an Ipswich-based company, which has since collapsed.

A unique collaboration between a non-profit business group and West Suffolk College is aiming to shape up entrepreneurial mindsets for the world of work.

A large-scale investigation has been launched into an Ipswich-based financial company

A baggage handler that was criticised over delays this summer has been replaced at Stansted Airport.

Imagine running a business with the mandate that customers pay whatever they feel like for the product or service you provide. Sounds like a utopian dream, or a fast-track to bankrupcy?

An Essex auto auction company, Aston Barclay has acquired The Car Buying Group (TCBG), one of the largest independent consumer car buying companies in the UK.

Jewellery and accessory store Claire’s is considering closing a number of stores, it has been revealed.

The out-of-town retail park at Martlesham Heath continues to grow - how are local high streets responding?

A national snack bars and cereals company in Halstead which has been highlighted as one of the area’s top performing businesses is on a drive to find beekepers.

Stansted Airport has denied that the recent collapse of Primera Air was because the flights it was operating from there were loss-making.

More than 700 businesses across Suffolk and Norfolk have had the chance to boost the skills of their workforce over the past two years.

Love Essex, a partnership of Essex councils and businesses, is re-launching its #CrimeNotToCare campaign to remind residents they could be adding to the fly-tipping problem, if they don’t comply with their duty of care to keep their waste out of the hands of rogue traders.

Unlike her friends who are saddled with debt at university, at the age of 19, Ellie Netzel is making £13,000 plus bonuses. That’s because she chose to go down the apprenticeship route instead.

The county’s governing body for football, Suffolk FA, has renewed its renewable electricity supply contract with Ipswich-based Haven Power for a fifth year.

London Stansted Airport’s Employment and Skills Academy is launching free English and Maths courses to allow current airport employees, jobseekers and local residents to develop their skills.

One of the UK’s longest-established and leading gritting and snow clearance specialists, which is based in Essex, is growing its staff in preparation for the winter ahead.

A way forwards may now be on the horizon in the ongoing row between Tendring District Council and St John’s Nursery, without the nursery being forced to shut down its popular Christmas Wonderland attraction.

Long-running Suffolk companies are exiting their town centre bases and building up their online trade from out-of-town sites.

A ten-week consultation begins today for a major new road which could almost halve journey times across the Dartford Crossing.

Aviva boss Mark Wilson is to stand down after more than five years at the helm, as the group hailed the completion of a successful turnaround.

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