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Campaigners claim the proposals for a new nuclear power station on the Suffolk coast have been “exposed as entirely inadequate” – and believe it cannot be built.
Government permission for two new wind farms off Suffolk to provide electricity for 1.5million homes will be sought this autumn – despite 600 objections.
It is impossible to drive along the A14 and miss the giant looming silhouette of LDH La Doria’s new £40m Sproughton warehouse as it begins to take shape.
He admits to being a “frustrated farmer” who dreams of living in the country but in fact he wears a suit to work and bosses a £270m business. CAROLINE CULOT spoke to Jon Duffy, CEO of The AF Group
Trading Standards are urging the public to stop using a number of products as they do not pass safety regulations.
It’s the business travel firm you’ve never heard. CAROLINE CULOT spoke to Adam Knights, MD at ATPI.
More people visited Bury St Edmunds town centre in the first three months of 2019 than the same period last year, according to latest footfall statistics.
There has been a rush of new homes coming to the market in Suffolk in recent weeks and house builder Bennett Homes is now adding their latest project to the list after completing 30 properties at Church Meadow, in Sproughton.
The long-awaited Ipswich Winerack development is on track for completion at the end of the year, say the developers as the prepare to open their first show apartment.
Staff at Anglian Home Improvements have been warned their jobs could be at risk as the company looks to close an Ipswich call centre - less than a year after it opened.
An iconic Bury St Edmunds hotel famed for its association with writer Charles Dickens has reopened following a £750,000 refurbishment.
The last sailing barge built in Ipswich is back in her home port more than a century after first taking to the water.
Dangerous, fake vodka is being removed from the shelves of corner shops in Colchester after trading standards officers warned it could make consumers sick.
East Anglian businesses feel they have been left in limbo by the failure of Parliament to agree a Brexit deal – and there are growing fears for jobs and export trade.
The Port of Felixstowe has invested millions of pounds in its first high tech remote-controlled gantry cranes.
Healthcare Homes Group has achieved a ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’ rating for 12 of its Suffolk homes from the industry regulator the Care Quality Commission.
A third of small businesses are leaving themselves open to attack from ruthless cyber criminals – seemingly unaware of the danger they are placing themselves in.
A new poultry plant which looks set to create at least 650 full-time jobs has been given the green light.
A cyber security social enterprise has been launched across Norfolk and Suffolk with the purpose of protecting the region from attack.
For almost 20 years the Golden Dragon, in Ipswich’s Cardinal Park, was known around town for its legendary Chinese buffet.
The first batch of successful Future50 applicants has been announced but the project remains open for further submissions.
The boarded-up former Thing-Me-Bobs discount shop in Sudbury town centre could be turned into a late-night gaming bar.
April is bowel cancer awareness month, and a Suffolk colorectal surgeon is urging Suffolk people to be aware of the symptons, and check it out if they have any concerns.
A husband was left feeling physically sick after discovering the special anniversary trip he had booked for his wife had fallen apart just weeks after he paid the deposit.
A picturesque 17th century cottage could be a sailor’s dream home, overlooking the River Orwell and just a short stroll from the Butt & Oyster pub.
A Bungay farming family has been honoured yet again as it continues to transform a once struggling dairy business into a thriving market leader.
A thriving brewery build in a former sawmill near Diss is set to open its own on-site Tap Room.
ICE Café in Rougham opens today and is definitely different.
There has been a rush to buy the first brand new beach huts to be offered for sale in Felixstowe, despite an £18,000 price tag.
A Suffolk business started by three brothers more than 20 years ago has been named as the Family Business of the Year in a prestigious awards ceremony.
Where can you shop if you need a grocery top-up over the Easter break - or even an extra Easter egg or two? Here is our list of opening times for big supermarkets around Suffolk and north Essex.
As the owner of Lowestoft Magistrates’ Court asks for the public’s input on its future, readers have been having their say on its replacement.
The Golden Dragon, in Ipswich’s Cardinal Park, has closed down.
A Debenham medical furniture manufacturer has secured its first Spanish distribution contract with help from the Department for International Trade (DIT).
Many people have more rubbish and recycling than usual over the Easter holiday period - so the last thing you want to do is miss a bin collection! Is your date changing?
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