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Broadcasting group Celador faces a rival bidder for the renewal of the Ipswich commercial radio licence which it acquired last year.

High winds have brought down overhead power cables leaving homes in many Suffolk and Essex communities without electricity.

An East Anglian MP is taking steps to level the playing field for construction contractors by calling for reinforcement to an “abused” financial quirk in the industry – which may have been misused by collapsed conglomerate Carillion.

A renewable energy expert has joined the board of New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP).

An independent auctioneer and valuation firm launched in Suffolk just three years ago has seen its gross annual profit top £1.5m after continued growth in its programme of specialist sales.

The north Essex-based Flying Trade Group has expanded its leisure operation with the addition of the Bricklayers public house in Colchester.

Whatever your views on the UK leaving the European Union, it’s pretty clear that it is going to happen at some point.

But what still remains uncertain is the exact terms of this departure.

Britain’s offshore wind capacity could increase five-fold by the 2030s, cutting carbon emissions and saving on consumer bills, analysis suggests – with the Norfolk and Suffolk coast in a strong position to benefit.

Fox’s Marina & Boatyard in Ipswich has not attended the London Boat Show for a number of years, but revisited it this year, sharing a place on the Yacht Harbour Association stand.

Average UK household spending has returned to levels not seen since before the economic downturn, with the East of England among the top-spending regions, new figures show.

A high-profile entrepreneur who works to empower women in business will hold a presentation at the University of Suffolk next month.

The Swan at Lavenham hotel and spa has formed an alliance with the Concord organisation, which specialises in the recruitment, training and placement of college graduates in the hospitality and tourism sectors.

British Sugar and Primark owner Associated British Foods (AB Foods) has cheered record festive sales at the low-cost fashion chain, but warned that sugar revenues would suffer from plunging prices.

Aliens, vertigo and a poorly rabbit are among the recent excuses and expenses included in British workers’ self assessment tax returns.

A well known west Suffolk pub has suddenly closed its doors after the district council received a licence review application from police, stating the premises was ‘associated with serious crimes and disorder’.

On November 1, 2017, Brian Barker’s farm at Westhorpe, near Stowmarket, became the Agricultural Horticultural Development Board’s (AHDB) first Strategic Farm for Cereals and Oilseeds in the UK. He charts how his farm was scrutinised to give an overview of how it sizes up at the start of the journey.

The East of England housing market slowed in December with flat sales and prices anticipated in the near term.

Insolvency experts in Norfolk expect an “inevitable” rise in the number of construction subcontractors failing after the collapse of industry giant Carillion.

Two credit unions operating across East Anglia have teamed up with a digital bank to offer customers more ways to manage their money.

An increase in the number of small construction companies going out of business is “inevitable” in the wake of the collapse of industry giant Carillion, according to insolvency experts in East Anglia.

EDF Energy officials said the Suffolk nuclear twin reactor power plant could cost 20% less than anticipated, and the project could inject up to £200 million a year into the county’s economy.

The UK arm of German power tool manufacturer Festool, based on the Saxham Business Park near Bury St Edmunds, has expanded its team with seven new appointments following a “brilliant” year for sales during 2017.

A major marine science centre on the East Anglian coast has had its request for a £1.4m grant to help renovate its ageing site approved.

Paul Mackman is vice chair of the Eastern Board Chartered Institute of Marketing and managing director of Sudbury-based marketing agency Mackman Group, which celebrates 15 years in business in 2018. Here, he offers some advice to his younger self.

Regional law firm Ashtons Legal has advised on the development of a new mosque being built in Cambridge.

Annual passenger numbers at London Southend Airport have topped 1m for the first time after near-25% growth during 2017.

As the UK gears up for Brexit, a key message to businesses has been that they must look to forge stronger links with trading partners abroad.

Cineworld has reported rising annual sales and launched a £1.7bn rights issue to help bankroll its £2.7bn deal to buy US chain Regal.

Subcontractors at risk due to the failure of construction giant Carillion need to assess their finances as soon as possible to safeguard their future.

Poundland is to open more than 150 new Pep&Co fashion outlets within its existing stores over the next year as part of its aim to become a “major high street fashion player”.

Construction giant Carillion had just £29m in cash by the time it went bust, its interim chief executive has said.

The boss of one of the region’s best-know haulage firms has warned that a shortage of drivers after Brexit and the industry’s poor image will hit the bottom line.

Ambitious plans to safeguard Norfolk and Suffolk’s burgeoning life science sector and bio-economy have been revealed.

While many industries are fighting their way through choppy seas, there are calmer waters in the boating sector, helped by exchange rates and a desire among buyers to upgrade.

Thinking of splashing out on a new boat or wondering how to spend that £250,000 burning a hole in your pocket?

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