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Get your weekend plans sorted - here is what is happening near you on January 27 and 28.

Regional law firm Birketts has advised the parent company of specialist travel insurance provider AllClear on its sale to private equity firm Synova Capital.

Highways bosses have announced they will be carrying out a series of improvements to the road network across Suffolk and north Essex this week.

A toddler has been rushed to hospital with a fractured skull after a serious crash in Barningham this morning.

Athletics correspondent Carl Marston is travelling around the region (and beyond!), running in different parkruns. This week he tackles Linford Wood parkrun

Music suggestions to suit all tastes across the region over the next seven days

A number of roads and rail lines remain closed in the aftermath of Storm David - here is a rundown of where to avoid on your trip home.

Regional law firm Ashtons Legal has advised on the development of a new mosque being built in Cambridge.

Hopes of developing through rail services between Ipswich and the south west of England are still being considered – despite fears that a new cross-country rail link may only be for commuter services.

Do you run out of things to do at the weekend? Check out our guide for inspiration, here is what’s happening on January 20 and 21.

The founder of a forward-looking Suffolk accountancy firm has told his story in a new book.

Business leaders have warned that small firms in East Anglia could be left in jeopardy in the fall-out of construction giant Carillion’s collapse.

Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has said it is “inconceivable” that the Copdock Mill interchange between the A14 and A12 south of Ipswich will not be rebuilt over the medium term.

The managing director of a Suffolk haulage firm has received a driving ban for speeding on the A11.

A motorcylist was injured after a crash near Felixstowe Pier on Saturday afternoon.

Sammie Szmodics, the man of the moment, expects to be closely marked and deprived of space if he gets the nod to play at Wycombe Wanderers tomorrow afternoon.

Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has paid a whistle-stop visit to East Anglia to launch the latest expansion at the Port of Felixstowe and see progress on easing one of the region’s main rail bottlenecks at Ely.

Culford School was the venue for this year’s Suffolk County Cross Country Championships. Carl Marston was there, as a spectator rather than a competitor

Hundreds of jobs are under threat at burger chain Byron after it put 20 restaurants at risk of closure in a proposed restructuring package – but restaurants in the East of England are to be spared the chop.

Technological change won’t provide the swift answers UK agriculture needs to address its problems, a farmers’ leader has warned.

Sammie Szmodics, who could be on his way to AFC Bournemouth in a big-money move this month, has been nominated for the EFL League Two player-of-the-month award for December.

Trains between Ipswich and Cambridge or Peterborough were stopped for about three hours early on Saturday after the line was blocked between Kennett and Ely.

Colchester United boss, John McGreal, has some tricky selection choices to make ahead of this afternoon’s visit of 17th-placed Cheltenham.

Roger Coleman rebuilt and restored his brother’s cast-off Austin 7 Ruby which went on to be a winner – after a few mechanical issues.

A man from Clacton has been arrested after a woman died following a crash on the A14 in Cambridgeshire yesterday.

Nick Fayers, managing director of Ipswich-based construction company Barnes for the past 18 years, has died at the age of 56 as a result of a long-standing medical condition.

A new pub in Colchester has been named after the newest royal baby.

Cole Kpekawa has had to bide his time, waiting for a rare chance to break into the Colchester United starting line-up.

Two men have been charged in connection with a shoplifting incident in Ipswich that led to a police chase and a taser being deployed.

Ipswich remains one of the UK’s fastest-growing city economies, and is well placed to maintain or even improve its ranking this year, according to a new report.

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