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Still buzzing from his appearance at the World Athletics Championships last weekend, Suffolk’s Callum Wilkinson is already planning new and exciting challenges ahead.

A Suffolk company which makes insoles used by top athlete Usain Bolt has launched a bid to crowdfund its £750,000 expansion plans.

The Port of Felixstowe has ordered two new gantry cranes for its Number 8 and 9 berths, which handle some of the world’s largest container ships.

Essex machinery manufacturer PLF International has underlined its position as a world leader in vacuum powder filling technology by securing its sixth major project in New Zealand.

Youngsters from Sir Martin Frobisher Academy in Jaywick Sands have finished their year on a high after having a collection of work published.

An internet trader who was fined £5,000 for selling unsafe medical equipment and children’s scooters from his Ipswich warehouse has had his fine reduced to £2,000.

A Suffolk internet trader who was fined and ordered to pay costs of nearly £51,000 for selling unsafe medical equipment and children’s scooters from his Ipswich warehouse has told a court he had trusted his Chinese supplier.

In honour of birthday girl Ms Debbie Harry – 72 today – we’ve got a simple idea: challenge your family and friends to name as many Blondie songs as they can

It’s a bright, sunny April day in Essex but at one family home in Clacton, the windows have been blacked out and smoke rises from the floor as a frightened young woman climbs the stairs…

Running a one-off marathon is a tough test for most, but running 10 marathons in 10 days? That’s almost unthinkable.

Suffolk-based strategic communications agency Spring has renewed its contract to handle tourism marketing for the Moroccan National Tourist Office.

Container ships keep on getting bigger and bigger – and the largest yet to sail the high seas in north Europe has berthed at Felixstowe.

The Pulse fringe theatre festival offers local audiences a first-look at brand new work before heading off to Edinburgh. Arts editor Andrew Clarke speaks to curators Ed Collier and Paul Warwick about this year’s line-up

In his second article on the Corn Exchange, The Ipswich Society’s John Norman, takes a look at a series of new dawns, and sunsets, for the town and its traders.

Suffolk-born javelin thrower Goldie Sayers, has announced her retirement from the sport at the age of 34.

A high-profile former politician will bring plenty of pomp to a leading role in a spectacular family pantomime in Suffolk.

A fast-growing chemistry engineering firm is set to move to new and larger premises as it gears up for growth.

Burberry is expected to report a lift in fourth-quarter sales tomorrow as the Brexit-hit pound continues to boost the fashion house despite a slowdown in UK consumer spending.

The East of England’s burgeoning trade into China represents a “massive” opportunity, according to the new figurehead of a body which aims to promote it.

Jo Reynolds’ remarkable story of burning passion and determination, and lives saved and lost

It was a dress like no other... or maybe a body like no other, writes Lynne Mortimer as she describes the frock her son bought her for her birthday (in February).

East Anglia-based Pauls Malt is targeting more sales in the fast-growing craft brewing market after a year in which global beer sales declined for only the fourth time since 1950.

Despite a small population of around 5,000 people, Framlingham certainly punches above its weight when it comes to notable singers.

We promised people in Norfolk and Suffolk that we’d respect their vote to leave the European Union.

Mark Lansley, chief executive of Broadland Wineries

As the UK leaves the EU, there will be trade-offs to make when it comes to immigration. Put simply, there are public concerns about immigration – but significant further restrictions to movement will come at a cost to investment and jobs, the delivery of strong public services and economic growth.

Fresh produce specialist Norish has lifted its forecast after a strong start to the year for its temperature controlled storage and commodity trading operations.

Training nurses from the University of Suffolk have enjoyed a trip overseas learning about how the healthcare practice works in Asia.

A huge achievement by Year 11 Mathematicians at Felsted School saw top set students sweep the board with A*s.

East Anglia’s food and drink brands are making greater inroads into the Chinese market as demand for quality produce grows, producers heard this month.

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