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These days, Charlie Jardine is the chief executive of EO Charging, a company that’s leading the charge when it comes to powering electric vehicles. But according to the 27 year-old, he was “the thickest guy” in his class at Old Buckenham Hall School in Brettenham.

The chief executive of Stansted Airport claims he is “overwhelmed” by the support he has received for plans to raise the number of passengers Stansted can handle each year.

UN officials are to visit Jaywick as part of an investigation into austerity, poverty and human rights, it has emerged.

Pig farmers’ leaders have warned a ‘no deal’ Brexit could heighten the risk of animal diseases spreading.

Although most of the 93,000 passengers passing through Stansted’s doors tomorrow for the start of their half term holidays will be blissfully unaware of it, the next few weeks will be a crucially defining moment in the history of Stansted Airport.

Stansted Airport has denied that the recent collapse of Primera Air was because the flights it was operating from there were loss-making.

Apparently dad jokes are in vogue... whatever next, asks Lynne Mortimer, dad dancing?

A new all you can eat buffet restaurant has opened its doors in the town offering everything from Indian to Italian food.

A beauty company in Bury St Edmunds is doing a roaring trade exporting chicken fillets to Americans - but not of the poultry variety.

This week our financial columnist looks at how pensions fare across the globe – and which country is the wealthiest when it comes to their state pension

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is set to play a key role in improving productivity in East Anglian farming as the region fosters improved trade links with countries such as China, delegates at a House of Lords event heard.

Fake goods worth £10.2 million and including 300 high end watches; over 5,000 Armani, Chanel, Dior, DKNY, Gucci and Jimmy Choo perfumes; along with thousands of items of Adidas, Louise Vuitton, Nike and Puma merchandise have been seized at Felixstowe.

Quality not quantity is what counts.

Bigger cranes may spell bigger profit at Felixstowe Port, but a question mark hangs over whether future growth could be impacted by the prospect of a no deal Brexit.

While most people throw their empty plastic cleaning bottles away when they’re empty, one father of three from Essex has been refilling and reusing his for the last three years.

A first-time mum who was facing deportation at seven months pregnant has had the decision overturned, her husband has revealed.

New long-haul routes from Stansted Airport have made some of the most popular global holiday destinations that bit more accessible for East Anglian passengers.

Six books on the shortlist. Here’s all the gen about who, what why, where, when and how

How old do you think Olivia Newton-John will be next week? We look at her life and career: from East Anglia to Eurovision and Grease, and her fight with cancer

As New Anglia LEP prepares for its annual general meeting today, its chairman Doug Field still feels he has unfinished business, he told business editor Mark Shields.

An East Anglian pig farmer has called for a cull of wild pigs to help defend the UK herd against a devastating disease which has broken out in continental Europe.

UK pig farmers are being warned to be on the alert following an “extremely concerning” outbreak of African swine fever (ASF) in wild boar in Belgium.

Leading plant science institutions in Norfolk have joined calls for government to address the implications of a European Union ruling over genetic modifications.

I’ve tried to pitch it as ‘Silence of the Lambs meets The Matrix’, says Lee Francis, who’s written the book with Simon Scarrow

The head of a Suffolk brewery is set to step down after presiding over a remarkable turnaround.

When turnaround expert Steve Magnall joined Suffolk brewery St Peter’s in 2015, the business was going through a tough time.

A community leader is penning an urgent letter to the Home Secretary over a distraught first-time mum’s fight against deportation.

A first-time mum expecting her baby girl in 10 weeks’ time has been threatened with deportation has spoken out over the ordeal in a hard-hitting video interview.

The former chairman of one of Suffolk’s best known brands, Aspall Cyder, revealed the reason why he decided to sell the company that had been in his family since 1728.

An expectant mother has been left distraught after being told she must return to China despite being just weeks away from giving birth.

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