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Associated British Ports (ABP) has celebrated the completion of a new £2.2m bulk warehouse at the Port of Ipswich.

Both Labour and the Liberal Democrats in Suffolk hope to have candidates in place by the May Day bank holiday next Monday.

Ipswich Town take on Rotherham United, at The New York Stadium, in a Championship match today (3pm ko). Here’s all you need to know.

The Government has announced it intends to invest £1billion in “cutting-edge” technologies including self-driving vehicles, satellites and batteries.

The towering Winerack – the skeletal apartment building on Ipswich Waterfront halted by the economic recession – is to finally be completed with £20m from the public sector.

The new boss of department store chain Debenhams has unveiled plans to close 11 warehouses and put up to 10 stores under review, in a move impacting at least 220 jobs.

A landmark moment for the county and country has seen the first F-35s soar above Suffolk, as the world’s most advanced jets are slated to bring “£3billion” of benefit to British businesses.

Jobs have been put at risk at three fast-food franchises after the companies behind them went into administration.

The former owners of Bernard Matthews have hit back at suggestions they profited at the expense of pensioners, claiming that reluctant customers scuppered a better deal to save the turkey producer.

Two out of five employers facing recruitment problems have increased the pay on offer, according to a survey.

A Suffolk branch of the Rotary Club has won the organisation’s top award for community projects.

MPs from across Suffolk were caught on the back foot by the Prime Minister’s announcement – but they were looking forward to the General Election on June 8.

A naming ceremony is set to take place on Friday, April 21, to celebrate the opening of a new bulk storage terminal at the Port of Ipswich.

Theresa May shocked Westminster this morning by announcing she plans to call a general election on June 8.

Free ice-cream, hangover days, meditation classes and time off to look after a new puppy are some of the unusual perks being offered by firms to workers.

The former owners of Bernard Matthews have been accused of passing up a better deal for its pension scheme members in favour of “lining their own pockets”.

When Suffolk-based Reverend Canon Richard Addington set up his Addington Fund to support the pig farming community in East Anglia, little did he realise the potential reach of his charity.

With blockbusters clammering for our attention at every turn it’s easy for some of the smaller, more thoughtful films to slip passed, unnoticed. Arts editor Andrew Clarke presents a series of idiosyncratic suggestions for movies, both old and new, that may entertain if you are in the mood for something different.

Pub retailer and brewer, Greene King, is currently searching for new staff - could you join their team?

A 61-year-old man has admitted downloading indecent images of children on a communal computer in sheltered accommodation in front of other residents.

A new Equality and Human Rights Commission report calls for more support for people with disabilities.

Leaders behind a campaign to ensure a former hospital remains open for public use are urging members of the community to attend a meeting to have their say on the site’s future.

The evolution of the British high street with consumer spending habits is seeing fashion chains and banks replaced by takeaways and gyms, a report claims.

There was a T-shirt in front of me, as there always is when one is a running a marathon.

Proposals to build 160 new homes on the edge of Halesworth have been given the go-ahead despite objections from people living nearby and community leaders.

Horticultural students are cutting a celebrated flower tower which they have created for successive Suffolk Shows down to size at this year’s event.

Reporter, Megan Goodwin, had no idea how much of an impact volunteering could have on people’s lives until she experienced a day in the life of a volunteer herself.

A new buffet restaurant with hundreds of seats is set to open on one of the busiest junctions in town after it was finally given the go-ahead by Ipswich planners.

Nostalgia really does strike a nerve, as more than 9,000 members have now joined our Ipswich Remembers Facebook group. The group has reconnected long lost friends and childhood chums from across the last 70 years.

AFC Sudbury have played down suggestions of a fragmented dressing room at the Ryman Premier League club, as the relegation-threatened Yellows prepare for their biggest game in recent history tomorrow.

In an ever more technological age, a shortage of workers with digital skills is still holding firms back, according to a business group.

Workers at Bernard Matthews “feel betrayed and let down” after confirmation that 128 jobs are to be lost, a union has claimed.

The Lloyds Bank branch in Derby Road, Ipswich, is to close in August it has been confirmed – one of 100 sites being axed across the country by the Lloyds Banking Group.

The number of passengers has doubled in 20 years, and more than £12m a week is being spent on new investment in East Anglia’s rail infrastructure according to a new campaign aimed at encouraging more to travel by train.

Stansted Airport has been given the green light for a new £130million three-level arrivals building which will cater for future passenger growth over the next decade.

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