March 4 2015 Latest news:
Ipswich Building Society has reported increased annual profits for 2014 despite the diversion of resources during the year to two major organisational projects.
Developers wanting to create a new TK Maxx and HomeSense store at Martlesham Heath are trying to overcome objections to the project.
Nearly two out of five small and medium sized firms in East Anglia say trading conditions are improving, with nearly half planning to invest in their business during 2015, according to a new survey.
National Farmers’ Union (NFU) East Anglia regional director Pamela Forbes is moving to a new role as head of the NFU’s sugar team.
Last week saw a number of global stock markets hit new all-time highs.
I have disappointing news for builders and carpenters across Europe! Employers will not be required en masse to widen their doors, or to reinforce all of their furniture, as a consequence of a recent ruling of the European Court of Justice.
Town Topics with Ipswich Chamber of Commerce
Organisers, partners and sponsored gathered at Hintlesham Hall for the official launch of this year’s Anglia Business Exhibition.
An injured war hero from Colchester has made the switch from battlefield to building site, as house builder Persimmon Homes continues its recruitment drive to bring hundreds of ex-military personnel into the business.