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An emergency water supply company based in Essex has reported the busiest week in its 22-year history in the wake of the “Beast from the East” and “Storm Emma”.
Lowestoft’s World of Fish and Hughes’s Fish Company in West Mersea, near Colchester, have been shortlisted for an industry accolade.
Christmas orders for premium turkeys have swung markedly towards online and late orders, according to an Essex producer.
Angela Harvey got in touch following our article about the 10 top equine-related films of all time
Teachers in Suffolk were assaulted hundreds of times in the last three years – with many physical attacks happening in primary schools.
A pig farmer from north Essex has launched a campaign to remove the term ‘pig-out’ from the dictionary as he claims it is “derogatory” to pigs.
An Essex-based photographer who specialises in images of new-borns has been awarded Master Craftsman status by the Guild of Photographers.
Essex-based Healthcare Homes has completed the purchase of another property, The Old Vicarage residential care home at Leigh, near Sherbourne in Dorset.
Essex-based Healthcare Homes Group has acquired the Haughgate House Nursing Home in Woodbridge, bringing its portfolio of residential properties to 36.
In a blog, Professor Anthony Forster, vice-chancellor of the University of Essex, explains why he disagrees with Universities UK’s position on USS pension reform.
Little more than 10 years ago, to be diagnosed with wet Age-Related Macular Degeneration was tantamount to being told you would lose your sight.
A concerned councillor has demanded transparency from an NHS trust over the future of a vital mental health ward in north Essex.
Two MPs from either side of the Suffolk/Essex border have linked up to ask for government support for a new rail crossing at Manningtree.
An Essex county councillor has hit out at reports he had been suspended from the Conservative Party following an alleged nightclub incident.
Patients ringing for an appointment at GP surgeries in Tendring are facing delays of up to an hour due to a “chaotic” shift to a new telephone system, it has been claimed.
The first new regional trains being built for Greater Anglia by Stadler are now taking shape at their Swiss factory.
Essex-based CWind, a leading provider of power cable and asset management services to the offshore renewables and utilities markets, has formed a joint venture in Taiwan.
East Anglia’s rail services faced a day of chaos as the morning storm brought trees down across several routes.
The north Essex-based Flying Trade Group has expanded its leisure operation with the addition of the Bricklayers public house in Colchester.
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.
An Essex-based milkshake maker is celebrating a new deal to supply WH Smith Travel stores.
Whether you like your spirits brash with juniper, floral or citrussy, East Anglia’s gin distillers have all bases covered.
By now you will have heard that from October, 2019, the old dark blue British passports will be replacing the burgundy-coloured Euro passports of the past three decades.
Festive-themed knitted hats are being given to babies at Colchester General Hospital thanks to the efforts of staff at an Essex-based law firm.
History experts have put the festive season under threat after uncovering worrying evidence that Father Christmas is dead – and was buried in north Essex.
Essex-based offshore engineering services specialist Global Marine Group (GMG) has launched a new business unit to provide trenching and power cable laying services to the oil and gas sectors.
Stansted Airport has reported a strong start to its winter flying season following its busiest-ever November.
Essex-based travel management group Gray Dawes has expanded again with the acquisition for an undisclosed sum of CTM, based at Redhill in Surrey.
Essex-based offshore engineering company Global Marine Group (GMG) has completed the acquisition of the trenching and cable lay services business of Dutch multinational Fugro.
The construction of a new £11m technical college at Stansted Airport was officially started yesterday as part of the launch of the Government’s Industrial Strategy White Paper.
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