David Gledhill, chief executive of the Port of Salalah.

Felixstowe/Salalah: Port boss heads east to champion trade gateway

The Port of Salalah lies at the southern-most point of Oman, close to the border with Yemen. It is partly Government-owned and operated by APM Terminals, part of the Maersk group of companies.

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‘Life is getting 
better and better’

New Year resolutions often involve things like dieting, pledging to take more exercise or to eat more healthily.

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Bob and Janet Thornton

Video: Caravan Club reports 40% spike in bookings but what makes holidaying in the UK so enticing?

Bookings are up, and more and more of us are experiencing the joys of caravanning.

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The City of Norwich viewed from the River Wensum. The Novi Sad Friendship Bridge. From left, Mel Cook, Visit Norwich senior marketing executive; Nick Bond, Visit Norwich head of tourism; Anthony Reilly, Hoseasons marketing director; Caroline Jarrold, chairman Visit Norwich; reporter Stephen Pullinger; Sam Bates, Broads Authority; and Colin Dye, Silverline. Picture: Denise Bradley

Lowestoft: New leaf icon replaces Hoseasons’ seagull logo

EADT Top 100 firm Hoseasons has introduced a new logo during its 70th anniversary year to reflect its move upmarket.

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Michelle Cornish and son Jamie

Ipswich: Family discovered their five-year-old son had Leukaemia just days before they were due to go on dream holiday to DisneyWorld, Florida

Children often come home from school with bruises or a cough or cold they can’t seem to shake off. Most of the time it’s nothing to worry about.

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