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Anglian Water has joined with other water companies to launch a new standard for flushable wet wipes to be known as ‘Fine to Flush’.

Work to repair a collapsed sewer on a major through-road is nearing completion – more than 13 weeks after the emergency works began.

A Sudbury street is due to be closed again for more than three weeks while drainage work is finished to help reduce the risk of flooding.

An investigation into frequent burst water mains is due to be brought forward after complaints from angry residents.

We look back over the year and finds that despite the High Street woes, there was plenty for local companies to celebrate in 2018.

Engineers have been battling to fix a burst water pipe which has been pouring gallons of water onto a busy main road in Suffolk.

Water and sewage firm Anglian Water, which operates across the East of England and Hartlepool, has been rated the best place to work in a survey of staff.

Anglian Water are set to invest £490 million into Suffolk as part of their 2020-2025 plan to improve their services in East Anglia.

Some households in villages on the Suffolk/Essex border are still without water after two burst mains in the area.

Businesses and further education providers will be welcoming an audience of over 4500 school children from across Suffolk at the fifth Suffolk Skills Show, which takes place next Wednesday at Trinity Park, Ipswich.

Ipswich Basketball star Harriet Welham and Rougham Table Tennis Club stalwart Maurice Fearn were just two of the recipients of a series of accolades handed out at the West Suffolk Sports Awards.

Young people are helped out of depression and anxiety by a unique music-mentoring scheme

A popular Suffolk water sports centre has reopened after being blighted with blue-green algae throughout the summer.

Norwich Road in Ipswich should be fully open again on Wednesday after Anglian Water engineers fixed a broken main on Tuesday.

Work to repair a collapsed sewer which could see up to 15 weeks of roadworks on a major through-road have been described as a “disaster”.


Friday, September 28, 2018

AD Auto Transport of 26d Beach Station Road, Felixstowe, Suffolk, IP11 2EY is applying for a licence to use VKVP Haulage, Anglian Water Depot, Walton Avenue, Felixstowe, IP11 3HH as an operating centre for 1 goods vehicles and 1 trailers.

With the hours counting down to the 2018 West Suffolk Sports Awards the sponsors for the individual categories have been announced.

The designs of more than 150 new homes to built in Halesworth were passed at a council meeting despite worries around sewerage and drainage.

The site of a former fertiliser factory in Ipswich which has stood derelict for 30 years is set to be developed for homes – despite concerns over contaminated land, noise and lack of affordable homes.

The cream of Suffolk’s business community attended an event last night, which was intended to encourage local companies to apply for royal status.

Michael Gove has been listening out for leaks - but this time not from the Cabinet.

The Minister for the Environment, Michael Gove, has insisted fishermen will get full control of British waters following Brexit.

A campaign is being launched across Suffolk to encourage businesses to apply to the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise, to give entrepreneurs a chance of gaining royal recognition of their business success.

Water is back on for many homes in the west Suffolk villages Woolpit and Emswell.

East Anglian MPs are demanding greater devolution for the region and more infrastructure spending from government.

Anglian Water has revealed how it wants to spend £6.5bn to protect the region’s water supplies in the coming years. Business editor Mark Shields takes a look at five things we learned from the plan.

Anglian Water has revealed a £6.5bn investment plan as it looks to balance increasing demand from the East of England’s growing population with reduced rainfall.

Family water attraction Aqua Park Suffolk has announced it will not open for the rest of its season this summer - but the park could potentially be open next year.

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.

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