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The multi-million pound revamp of the former Fisons headquarters in Princes Street is now fully let, in a move town centre leaders hope will create a “fantastic” first impression of Ipswich.

The search is on for the brightest sparks on East Anglia’s business scene.

Which 1980s pop songs bring back memories for you? Did ‘Don’t You Want Me’ float your boat, or ‘The Look of Love’ get your pulse racing?

The Norfolk Brewhouse has been announced as the champion of champions in the East of England Co-op Producer of the Year awards 2019, with awards also going to The Cake Shop Bakery of Suffolk and Thursday Cottage of Essex.

Food is the way to artist Rob Catterall’s heart - which is why he’s turning Archant’s Elmer into an ice cream sculpture to remember his fondest holidays in Suffolk.

Brexit will pose many challenges for businesses. But, as Archant’s new business development manager Steve Philp explains, it could offer opportunities as well

The best of East Anglia’s tourism industry have been recognised at an annual award ceremony.

A series of free seminars aiming to empower businesses to take control of customer experiences is set to take place across Norfolk and Suffolk.

Former Northgate teacher John Eaton has died. He spent more than 35 years at the Ipswich school – teaching geography and advising on careers as well as higher and further education opportunities.

East Anglian publisher Archant has broadly welcomed a new report looking at how to safeguard quality journalism in the UK.

Businesses in Norfolk and Suffolk looking to gain greater insight into physical and digital marketing are being offered a free information session, courtesy of Archant.

Major developments in Ipswich are being delayed – or even abandoned altogether – because of strict rules from Suffolk County Council’s team of archaeologists.

Money raised through ticket sales to the Best Employers Eastern Region 2018 events has resulted in a donation of £5,250 to Mind, split equally between four regional offices of the mental health charity.

Football writer Carl Marston dons his anorak to visit clubs in the region (and beyond) in his quest for a good football and a good cup of tea. Here he heads to Whitton United

A winner has been announced in Archant’s most recent prize competition, in partnership with Glasswells department store.

Will you be giving any tips, or “Christmas boxes” to delivery people this Christmas? Have your say in our poll.

Ipswich-based law firm Ashtons Legal now has four aspiring young lawyers training under its Six Year Solicitors Apprenticeship.

Three youth football teams have been crowned the winners of our ‘Club Together’ campaign – taking home a share of £10,000 to spend on vital sporting equipment for budding stars.

Brothers Damon and Riley O’Donnell joined Mayor of Ipswich Jane Riley to make it a date to remember at Ipswich’s new-look Cornhill as they buried a time capsule beneath the iconic Gateways - not to be opened before 2050.

Norfolk writer Kevin Crossley-Holland has conjured treasure from the stories which thread through our landscape and light-up childhood and beyond

Ipswich Council’s property company has spent £23.3m to buy another retail park competing with the town centre – this time outside the borough’s boundary.

In Christine Webber’s newly published book, In Honour Bound, the former Anglia TV presenter and psychotherapist draws on all her experience to create a supreme love story. Lynne Mortimer talks to the author.

Opinion Theresa May’s biggest problem? Being a woman

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Liz Nice says Theresa May’s sex makes it impossible for her to win over Brexit

Outstanding individual and group achievements of businesses across Waveney were honoured at a glittering awards ceremony.

Over the last five decades, the riding school on Carlton Rd, Lowestoft have catered their services to people with physical and mental needs.

Grays Athletic make their second trip to The Goldstar Ground this season, having secured victory back in September in The FA Trophy, writes Barry Grossmith.

Owning a Vauxhall Viva proved educational for Bob Hobbs – engine problems while on holiday in France led to a lifelong study of speaking French.

Join Mike Bacon and Carl Marston, for episode one of our new Non-League Podcast, with special guests Ian Watson and Shane Coldron.

After a summer travelling around in a Renault 4L camionnette, running market stalls in France, it transported Sylvie Wheatley to university where she experienced a scary moment with a sleepy ‘stowaway’.

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