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Two brothers from Ipswich have started an estate agency business with a view to “bringing the human element into the property industry”.

Talented graphic design students at the University of Suffolk have put pen to paper to come up with a fresh logo for a key project on their doorstep – the Ipswich Vision.

Five pieces of lifesaving equipment have been installed in shops across Suffolk, thanks to money raised from the 5p carrier bag charge.

Long-running strikes by workers on Britain’s rail network have helped push industrial action in the UK’s private sector to its highest level for more than 10 years, according to research.

A project to build a ground-breaking scientific facility has generated an estimated £12.5m for Norfolk and Suffolk’s economy.

North Essex furniture skate manufacturer Evo Supplies Ltd is celebrating two recent national accolades.

ABP Ipswich has been recognised for its work in reducing the amount of road traffic leaving the town’s port.

Uber will no longer run services in London after September 30 following the city’s transport authority’s decision not to renew its private hire operator licence.

The Bury St Edmunds’ branch of building supplies firm Ridgeons is donating £1,000 worth of construction materials and building tools to help people on the Caribbean island of Barbuda rebuild homes in the wake of Hurricane Irma.

Money Saving Expert founder Martin Lewis talks you through how to get your finances ready for Christmas.

The newest versions of the iPhone, the 8 and 8 plus, are expected not to attract the traditional queues outside Apple’s flagship retail stores when they go on sale in the UK for the first time today.

The £20million project to complete the infamous ‘Winerack’ development in Ipswich will go ahead - but not until January, the developer behind the scheme has confirmed.

A new BBC drama airing this Sunday starring Benedict Cumberbatch has helped boost the Suffolk economy after filming in the county.

Ex-Ipswich Town Football Club manager George Burley officially opened Lloyds’ new-look anchor branch in the town centre yesterday (Thursday, September 21).

Stansted Airport is “proud” to play an active and positive role in the thriving community that surrounds it, an airport boss told local business leaders this week.

One of Britain’s few female chief executives is stepping down after 12 years at the head of UK energy firm Drax, owner of Ipswich-based business energy supplier Haven Power.

A Colchester-based leprosy charity said it was “delighted” at the response after hosting its first local business networking breakfast.

Construction and waste services group Kier has announced a 5% rise in turnover with a strong performance in its East Anglian division.

Ryanair bosses go head to head with shareholders today (September 21) to address a crisis over pilot shortages and warnings that crews are rejecting cash bonuses to commit to the airline.

An independent ship repairer is riding a wave of prosperity in East Anglia’s maritime sector with further investment in its regional operations.

The value of business support provided by the New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) has now passed £20m, guests at the organisation’s annual general meeting were told today.

Outsourcing giant Mitie has confirmed around 480 jobs are being axed as part of its turnaround plan and warned over higher-than-expected costs of its overhaul.

National noodle bar chain Chopstix is set to open in Ipswich soon as set-up work is underway at the Sailmakers shopping centre.

A fast-growing consultancy which helps businesses claim research and development (R&D) tax credits is to open another new office.

Two district councils are celebrating the impact of young talent after taking on a record amount of apprentices this summer.

Suffolk tent hire company Events Under Canvas has received one of is most unusual commissions − to set up camp for a corporate event at the foot of a volcano.

The UK’s political climate is not doing any favours for employers’ confidence in the economy, which has fallen to the lowest level since the EU referendum, according to a new report.

Some Ryanair passengers have reported having to pay again to pick seats or take hold luggage when re-booking flights after the airline announced mass cancellations.

Leisure airline Jet2.com is to operate its first ski programme from Stansted Airport his winter.

Ipswich-based law firm Prettys is celebrating a series of promotions in five departments following positive business growth in the first six months of the year.

After three-and-a-half years helping the region’s economy to grow as chairman of the New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership, Mark Pendlington will step down from the role today. Doug Faulkner spoke to him about his reflections on his tenure.

A travel agency has offered youngsters a chance to train while on the job after launching an apprenticeship scheme.

Corporate employee fraud cost businesses in the East of England more than £6.3m last year, according to data.

Toys and games retailer Toys’R’Us says it is “business as usual” for its UK stores - including in Ipswich - despite the chain’s North American arm filing for bankruptcy protection in the United States and Canada.

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