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It starts stealthily when you manage to keep a cactus alive. The next thing you know, you’ve got a windowsill of plants that you’d normally have killed months ago - is a newfound ability to garden (a bit) a sign that I’m growing up?

A £300,000 project to improve sea defences at Walton on the Naze and protect against rising sea levels has been completed.

Technologies developed in East Anglia to revolutionise energy and resource efficiency will be in the spotlight at a conference.

The potentially toxic blue-green algae outbreak at Alton Water is still preventing boaters and swimmers from using the water nearly three weeks after it first closed the lake.

A burst water main which caused a large hole to appear in a Suffolk road has been repaired - though the highway remains closed to traffic.

Aqua Park Suffolk is edging closer to opening after heavy rain and a lack of sunshine this weekend.


Saturday, July 28, 2018

VKVP Haulage Limited of 101b Hamilton Road, Felixstowe, IP11 7BL is applying to change an existing licence as follows: To add an operating centre to keep 40 goods vehicles and 50 trailers at Anglian Water Depot, Walton Avenue, Felixstowe, Suffolk, IP11 3HH.

A bottled water station has been set up for families whose supplies have been affected by a burst water main on the outskirts of Ipswich this morning.

Concerns have been raised by members of the public about the welfare of baby fish which were found living in a spillway in Alton Water.

This year’s sustained high temperatures and lack of rain brings uncomfortable echoes of another year remembered for its heat and ‘white grass’, writes Steve Russell.

Solar panels are being floated on the surface of Alton Water to power a new algae-killing ultrasonic machine in the hope of reopening Suffolk Aqua Park.

The exploratory test is to combat the dramatic increase of algae in the sizzling weather and get Aqua Park Suffolk open again.

The lack of rain - and the scorching temperatures which have dominated the past few weeks - has left some concerned about the threat of a hosepipe ban in East Anglia.

The director of the splash park at Alton Water that became infected with dangerous blue-green algae has announced the company will be offering full refunds to any customers unable to reschedule their bookings.

Alton Water is just the latest casualty of blue-green algae, as the toxic blooms have flourished in hot weather.

Visitors to a popular reservoir have been told not to enter the water after dangerous blue green algae was found.

People are being invited to take a half-price boat trip through Constable country to celebrate the re-opening of a historic building which lies next to the river synonymous with the famous artist.

The roadworks that caused tailbacks along one of the busiest routes into Ipswich this morning have competed ahead of schedule, helping football fans get home for England’s World Cup match.

Grove Hill in Belstead has been closed for two weeks due to work being carried out for new homes in the area.

A man has been rushed to hospital with burns to his hands after a fire broke out in an Ipswich car garage.

With the heatwave set to continue, Anglian Water has issued 10 top tips for customers to keep cool and save water at the same time.

As forecasters warn of another hot week in Suffolk, Greater Anglia have revealed they are working with Network Rail to reduce delays caused by rising temperatures.

Firefighters in Suffolk are warning people to take precautions to prevent further wildfires as we enjoy another warm and dry weekend.

We have just had the driest June on record with just 10% of the average rainfall, leading to some concerns about the threat of a hosepipe ban in East Anglia.

A Suffolk business is in the running for a prestigious national award recognising firms’ efforts to build an inclusive workplace and behave responsibly.

Anglian Water chief executive Peter Simpson has again been named among the UK’s top business leaders to work for, by employee review site Glassdoor.

Anglian Water said it was ‘on its game’ as other water companies were singled out for criticism by the industry watchdog for their response to the ‘Beast from the East’ Arctic blast in February and March which left thousands of customers without water.

Motorists in Belstead are bracing themselves for a month of delays as four weeks of a full road closure on a key route gets underway on Monday.

As the tide turns away from plastic use, a growing number of Suffolk businesses are ditching their reliance on single-use plastic items altogether.

Anglian Water has announced an extensive set of plans to reduce plastic use both among its customers and in its business.

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