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Staff at the redundant Sizewell A nuclear power station will have to wait to find out if their jobs are safe from planned redundancies.

Yesterday, 13:54
Level 3 business students in the year 2 career academy organised Bee Green Day at Colchester Institute on Tuesday, 19 May.

Business students at Colchester Institute ran their own sustainability day this week.

Thu, 15:35
L to R: Imogen White, Matthew Austin, Joanna Hodgson, Cllr Malcolm Buckley, Chloe White, Sana Hanif

Youth leaders in Essex are encouraging schools to do their bit for the environment by signing up to their Green Pledge Award scheme.

Thu, 13:24
 Ipswich clean air campaigners Charles Croydon, Neville Robertson, Tim leggett, Barbara Robinson, john Norman, Lenard Woolf seeking improvements following a recent Supreme Court ruling that orders the UK Government to take action to meet EU laws before Dec 31 this year.

A recent ruling by top UK justices has given new impetus to a battle in Suffolk against a ‘hidden killer’, as John Grant reports.

Wed, 05:01
Southwold beach which has been awarded a Blue Flag.

A sun-kissed Suffolk seafront, famous for its sandy shoreline and colourful beach huts, has retained coveted blue flag status for cleanliness, safety and water quality.

Friday, May 15, 2015
Charlie Haylock will be walking across Suffolk in protest to the increasing amounts of litter on Suffolk roads.

A cartoonist and best-selling author feels so strongly about litter on the county’s roads that he will walk across Suffolk dressed as a bin to encourage local authorities to take a more proactive approach.

Wednesday, May 13, 2015
Dead fish in the River Stour at The Granary in Sudbury.

An increase in algae in the River Stour in Sudbury is causing fish to die.

Tuesday, May 12, 2015
Archaeological excavations under way in 2013 at Barbers Point, on Suffolk Wildlife Trusts Hazlewood Marshes nature reserve, near Aldeburgh.

From her fragmented bones to the strange items buried with her in a simple wooden box, Suffolk’s ‘Casket Girl’ has retained her mystery for 1,400 years.

Monday, May 11, 2015
Jonny Rankin has just returned from a 732 mile self propelled kayak, cycle and walk to Spain to raise funds for Turtle Dove Conservation. Jonny is pictured in Needham Market.

An intrepid team of naturalists didn’t just talk the talk for one of Britain’s fastest declining bird species.

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