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Aerial picuture showing the New Cut (left) and the lock gates (right) which would be crossed by the new bridge over the Orwell.

Video: New “Enterprise Island” could transform Ipswich Waterfront

A multi-million pound new business area in the heart of the Waterfront could transform Ipswich’s business prospects over the next decade.

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Spending on eating out has continued to rise, desite a fall in spend on other categories of leisure, according to a survey carried out for Greene King

Economy: Greene King Leisure Spend Tracker reveals dip in consumer confidence

Average spending on leisure by British households fell by 6% last month compared with a year earlier, according to the latest Greene King Leisure Spend Tracker report.

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Tesco chairman Sir Richard Broadbent who has said he is preparing to step down.

Retail: Tesco chairman to step down after 92% fall in first half profits

Tesco today announced a 91.9% plunge in pre-tax profits to £112million for the first half of the year.

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Chris Scargill of Larking Gowen.

East Anglia: Larking Gowen survey reaveals tourism firms’ fears over change in school term dates

Businesses within East Anglia’s £4.2billion tourism sector have sent a clear message to the Government to think again over legislation that could lead to schools’ summer holidays being cut from six weeks to four.

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The Skills Show on the Road event at Trinity Park, Ipswich.

Suffolk: Skills show puts students on the road to a career

More than 3,000 students have taken part in a skills roadshow designed to help in their career choices.

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