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Three weeks remain until Ipswich once again celebrates global culture with entertainment from all over the world.

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A giant grain trader which has its UK base in Ipswich is set to expand its operations.

A Suffolk mother-of-two who set up a customised children’s clothing brand as a ‘side hustle’ two years ago says the business has made “great strides” with some prestigious bespoke contracts.

Somersham pub hosts the World Beer Award

The parents of a British man murdered in China are fighting a bitter custody battle to bring their grandchildren back to the UK.

If you’re already avoiding animal products in your diet and wardrobe, you wouldn’t tolerate a beauty regime that was cruel to animals either.

Asher Bennett is fast gaining a reputation as ‘Essex’s Elon Musk’, and its not hard to see why.

If you gaze out over the water from Felixstowe Port, you might catch sight upon a ship so large, it would make Titanic look measly in comparison.

A Bury St Edmunds market trader surprised his wife on their 20th wedding anniversary by decorating his fruit and veg stall with photographs from their special day.

Work has just commenced on a new 2,500 space multi-story car park at Stansted Airport.

The shortage of carbon dioxide that forced some supermarkets and pubs to ration fizzy drinks sales has not gone away yet.

Felixstowe Port says it will soon be back to “business as usual”, after being hampered by severe delays which have led some shipping companies diverting their ships to other ports.

Government advisers have dealt a blow to plans for Sizewell C by recommending that only one nuclear power station should be built in the next few years, because renewable energy sources could prove to be a safer option.

The Dutch electronics giant Philips has warned that it could move its production out of Britain in case of “hard Brexit”, putting 500 jobs at risk at the Philips Avent baby factory in Glemsford.

Shoes are more than just a wearable accessory according to one Suffolk businesswoman whose start-up provides trainers designed to be coloured in.

China has lifted a longstanding ban on exports of beef from the UK, in a move thought to be worth around £250m to British producers over the next five years.

While Heathrow’s plans for a third runway are about to take off, to the East, Stansted Airport is eyeing up its own grand own expansion plans – and many local companies are hoping to prosper from it.

Businessman reveals plans to create a £25m `care village’ at Westerfield House, on the edge of Ipswich.

The summer solstice marking the longest day and shortest night of the year, is on June 21. Will you be heading for stonehenge for a bit of druidical observance or simply going to bed at the usual time and wondering why it’s not dark?

When Mark Lister decided take the plunge and set up his company Ribbon and Label Supplies seven years ago, he could never have anticipated the impact – good and bad – that the UK’s decision to leave the European Union would have on his business.

A Suffolk school has hosted an exciting Chinese exchange – with students from a top Shanghai school invited to socialise with ‘buddy students’ in the UK.

A nuclear plant which is acting as the forerunner to Bradwell B in Essex has passed a major milestone.

The East of England’s business and political leaders are aiming to secure direct air links with China as they target economic growth.

Young goalkeeper Michael Crowe has not been offered a new contract by Ipswich Town.

A popular Stowmarket auction firm has announced it will be hosting its very first oriental art and antiques sale next week.

The husband of a woman threatened with deportation has said he feels “ashamed of his own country” after Home Office chiefs threw out her VISA application.

Stansted airport’s chief has welcomed “a strong show of support” for controversial plans to expand it using its existing runway.

Make sure your weekend is packed with fun things to do, here is what’s happening near you on May 5 and 6.

Kathleen Turner’s sparky attitude, husky voice and sex appeal turned her into a star with a string of hit films in the 1980s and 90s. Now she is telling stories from her career and singing songs in a new one-woman show coming to the region.

Taiwan manager Gary White believes he should be considered for the Ipswich Town job. STUART WATSON spoke to the ambitious 43-year-old about his globe-trotting journey.

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