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A huge crowd packed into Foxhall Stadium to watch the Brisca F1 Championship of the World at the weekend, writes Dean Cox.

Ryanair bosses go head to head with shareholders today (September 21) to address a crisis over pilot shortages and warnings that crews are rejecting cash bonuses to commit to the airline.

Leisure airline Jet2.com is to operate its first ski programme from Stansted Airport his winter.

Toys and games retailer Toys’R’Us says it is “business as usual” for its UK stores - including in Ipswich - despite the chain’s North American arm filing for bankruptcy protection in the United States and Canada.

Retail giant Toys’R’Us has filed for bankruptcy protection in the US and Canada after struggling amid mammoth debts and online competition.

Musicians in Suffolk have called on the region’s MPs to back a campaign to protect the rights of touring performers amid fears that Brexit will make it harder to make a living from music.

The musical that takes all the “poodle rock” songs from the 1980s and packages them up in one fun-filled evening of big hair and tight jeans.

Boating businesses from Norfolk and Suffolk are brimming with confidence as they set course for the south coast for one of their industry’s biggest shows.

The Port of Felixstowe is about to complete a century of “mega-ship” visits for 2017, as the UK’s maritime industry celebrates London International Shipping Week (LISW).

Primark and British Sugar owner Associated British Foods has again upped its full-year profit outlook after being boosted by strong sales at the low-cost fashion chain.

Have you found it impossible to get anywhere near your car’s claimed economy? New, stricter testing, introduced from this month, aims to make the results more realistic and relevant in what is dubbed the biggest overhaul of emissions rules in a generation.

Richard Bainbridge and his kitchen team are busy making the most of the last of the summer’s bounty – including his favourite, tomatoes.

Autumn is here - and that means birds are on the move. Waveney Bird Club members have been showing visitors to the famous RSPB Minsmere just how miraculous migration really is.

A massive swathe of marine habitat off the Essex coast has been given special international protection to safeguard its wildlife, the Government’s natural environment advisory body has announced.

The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) is celebrating after scooping an award for its wildlife management and conservation work in Europe.

Legendary commentator John Motson may be a national institution – but it can be claimed that he was made in Suffolk, and the county has played a huge part in his professional life.

Philip Thicknesse was a soldier, traveller, writer and thinker. He was also a man who had a knack of making enemies. Arts editor Andrew Clarke speaks to writer Peppy Barlow about a new play about this unlikely East Anglian hero

TV presenter and self-confessed plant geek Michael Perry shares how the seeds of his successful career were sown in East Anglian.

Consumers are expected to snap up the last of the most powerful vacuum cleaners on the market as a new law banning those rated above 900 watts comes into effect.

More staff vacancy signs are going up in restaurants and hotels across the UK amid fears that Brexit and high employment rates are making it harder to attract staff.

The BBC have released a poll pulling together the most popular comedy films of all time. Arts Editor Andrew Clarke cast an eye over the chart and wonders why don’t comedies regularly top the list of great films?

Stansted Airport says its customer satisfaction ratings are improving – despite the findings of a Which? survey which put it next to last in a ranking of the UK’s biggest air terminals.

Ryanair is to add five new routes to its summer schedule at Stansted next year, bring the number of destinations served by the low-cost carrier from the airport to 144.

An East Anglian removals company says UK firms’ desire to retain a European foothold after Brexit could open up a new route to growth.

West Suffolk-based transport company Cross Country Carriers has hailed a record-breaking annual performance by the Palletways UK network, of which it is part.

John Niland, Provide’s chief executive, is working with the Essex Business School (EBS) at the University of Essex as an honorary professor.

Visitors to Felixstowe will be able to get a taste for food from across Europe this weekend.

A food processing machinery manufacturer has grown its team after securing a series of contracts around the world.

More people are turning to caravans, motorhomes and camping and enjoying a staycation in Britain with sales and site bookings rising.

A leisure airline is set to create more than 170 new jobs at Stansted Airport.

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