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A group of former employees at a store in Ipswich have been left distraught after car park fines mistakenly issued more than two years ago has left them facing a court appearance.
Science, technology and engineering are three words which many are hoping will become synonymous with west Suffolk if several new projects can be pulled off.
British Airways is to start flying from Stansted Airport this summer, it was announced today.
Stoke by Nayland Hotel, Golf & Spa has been named as a finalist in VisitEngland’s Awards for Excellence.
Thomson and First Choice owner TUI said yesterday that summer holiday bookings to Turkey had slumped by 40% after recent terrorist attacks.
Around 25 members of the Norwegian Greenkeepers’ Association visited Ransomes Jacobsen’s European headquarter in Ipswich as part of their annual conference.
Ipswich-based business electricity supplier Haven Power has appointed Jonathan Kini to the new role of chief operating officer. He will be responsible for overseeing Haven’s business operations.
Geotechnical consultancy Geosphere Environmental has carried out an innovative drilling project on behalf of a client in the eastern region’s busiest waterway.
A family firm in north Essex which produces implements designed to help people with arthritis and grip difficulties is celebrating its 40th anniversary.
Southwold brewer Adnams has pledged to support the pub industry by freezing its beer prices for the rest of this year.
A new fanchise of Pack & Send, the Australian freight packing and shipping concept which arrived in the UK in 2009, has been launched in Colchester.
Regional timber and builders merchant chain Ridgeons has raised £15,254 in the first year of its two-year partnership with Macmillan Cancer Support.
Suppliers, small businesses and individuals have “little chance” of getting any of the quarter of a million pounds they are owed from the collapse of Colchester’s outdoor ice rink.
Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has become a sponsor of Suffolk FA’s Walking Football initiative.
Digital Marketing ‘meetup’ group SIMS teams up with Measured Brilliance and Ipswich Borough Council to help businesses in 2016.
Town centre homes plans for important Ipswich town centre site close to the Waterfront
Southwold brewer Adnams has reintroduced its limited edition beer Prop Hop to coincide with the start of this year’s Six Nations rugby championship.
The energy industry in the East has issued a high-level plea urging the prime minister to support the region “as a matter of urgency”.
Suffolk law firm Gotelee Solicitors is to expand after agreeing a merger deal involving three offices of Margary + Miller.
With the return of the X-Files and the new Ghostbusters film, there is likely to be a surge in reports of ghosts and other paranormal activity in Ipswich in coming weeks.
Cardinals holding their Super Bowl Party at Bears
Wedding menswear business The Groom’s Room at Abigail’s Collection has claimed a top national award for the second year running.
Business bosses in Ipswich are hopeful a large retail store in Ipswich can be filled when the B&Q branch at Anglia Retail Park closes in June.
Ipswich-based Where Does It Come From? will by vying with businesses across the country to win an opportunity to receive mentoring from Dragon’s Den star Deborah Meaden.
Officials at EDF Energy say they fully expect the Sizewell C nuclear power station to go ahead and expect the trigger for the next stage of its development to take place soon.
Clydesdale and Yorkshire Bank has pressed ahead with its £1.6billion flotation after being hit by a last-minute delay.
The world’s biggest offshore wind farm, which will be able to power more than a million UK homes, has been given the go-ahead.
Essex & Suffolk Water says it is putting up its average water bill by 4p a week, as it continues its multi-million pound investment programme.
A former Suffolk woman has returned to the county to run a popular village pub.
Businesses have expressed interest in filling the B&Q premises in Anglia Retail Park, Ipswich.
Anglian Water is putting up customers’ bills by 2p a day to fund a half a billion pound investment programme for the year ahead.
The firm which owns a historic pub in the heart of a Suffolk village insisted last night that there were no plans to close the venue.
More than 30,000 businesses in the East of England were owed money by at least one supplier or customer which went into insolvency last year, according to research by the eastern branch of insolvency trade body R3.
Two independent insurance brokers in Bury St Edmunds have each achieved Chartered Insurance Broker Status.
Suffolk business leaders have highlighted the county’s contribution to the UK economy at a meeting with Sajid Javid, the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills.
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