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Ipswich dancing star Robin Windsor – who is among those picking up an honorary degree from the University of Suffolk today – says it is ‘very special’ to be recognised for doing something you love.

One of Felixstowe’s best-known seafront sites is set for a multi-million pound regeneration.

A “worrying” attitude to taking time off has been revealed in a new survey, which found one in four workers would have to be in hospital before they took a day off sick.

The first of the RMT guards’ one day strikes on the Greater Anglia rail network on Tuesday proved to be something of an anti-climax with little effect on services and little disruption for passengers.

Suffolk-based Jackson Civils has won the main infrastructure contract for the new Suffolk Park business area on the edge of Bury St Edmunds.

The British beet sugar industry could grow by up to 50% after a longstanding national quota regime came to an end on October 1, the industry believes.

Rail operator Greater Anglia is confident that services will operate normal on Tuesday and Thursday this week despite strike action affecting some of its trains.

Tesco is expected to reveal a further pick-up in sales growth in half-year results on Wednesday as its recovery gathers pace, despite the tightening squeeze on shoppers from Brexit-fuelled inflation.

Ipswich is a thriving cultural hub which will play a vital role in attracting new business leaders and bringing increased investment to East Anglia.

The main nurses’ union has warned that patient care across East Anglia is being compromised because of a lack of staff.

A ceremony was held in Ipswich this morning with children from Rose Hill Primary School to celebrate the reopening of the extended Aldi supermarket in Hines Road.

National housebuilder Persimmon Homes is to open a new regional office near Ipswich, creating up to 30 new jobs.

Conductor/guards on Greater Anglia are to introduce an overtime ban for a month from October 10 as they step up their dispute over changing their role. But what is the dispute all about?

Italian style icecream parlour Creams Gelato Co is to open in the Buttermarket Shopping Centre, Ipswich close to Cosy Club, Wagamama, Byron Burger and Coast to Coast.

The stunning red brick Victorian buildings of St Clements Hospital are being brought back to life as new homes by specialist developers Lanswood Residential. The St Clements site is being transformed.

The former Next store in Ipswich’s Westgate Street is to become a new branch for growing fashion chain Tessuti.

‘Why I say no to I’m a Celebrity…’ The best-selling author on reality TV, the flooding of her dream home, terrible rheumatoid arthritis… and wild aardvarks in Norwich

Union boss Mick Cash has accused Greater Anglia of planning to use a “scab army” of managers and back-office staff to keep trains running next week.

Up to 20 new jobs are to be created following a £1million-plus investment at the Barham Care Centre.

Aldi is reopening its Hines Road store in Ipswich this week - after extending the size of its shop floor.

An artisan coffee shop will soon be serving its signature brews from a second branch.

With a week to go before the first planned one-day strike by Greater Anglia train guards, both sides in the row say they are ready to talk to end the dispute.

A new £15m relief road has been opened on the edge of Bury St Edmunds – bringing the hope of new development on the eastern side of the town.

Ryanair bosses go head to head with shareholders today to address a crisis over pilot shortages and warnings that crews are rejecting cash bonuses to commit to the airline.

The value of business support provided by the New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) has now passed £20m, guests at the organisation’s annual general meeting were told today.

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