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A new system should be put in place now to recruit migrant workers from across the world to pick East Anglia’s fruit and vegetables, MPs have been told.

The East Anglia One wind farm project off the coast of Suffolk has taken another major step forward with the award of a contract to transport and install foundation “jackets” for the turbines.

The full text of Prime Minister Theresa May’s speech

The closure of a “crucial” day care service would be a “real loss” to an Ipswich community, a councillor has said.

Consultations on improving the A12 in Essex are due to start later this month as part of a £1.1bn road upgrade across the region.

Planning permission has been granted for a new distribution centre on the north west corner of Ipswich despite objections from its nearest neighbours.

This is the time of year when we hear about the crisis in the NHS with A&E units struggling to cope – and social care facing financial meltdown, writes Paul Geater.

If you have a passion for horses, particularly the Suffolk breed, and are looking for a new challenge then this role could be for you.

Looking for a new role with a bigger salary package, more responsibility and more job satisfaction? These three vacancies could be just what you are looking for.

Budget supermarket firm Lidl UK has been given the go-ahead to build a second supermarket at Felixstowe – after Asda pulled out of the project.

Businesses from across Suffolk are being invited to hear how they could benefit from a multi-million pound contracts bonanza should the proposed Sizewell C nuclear power station get the go-ahead.

Flavour and fragrance solutions company Treatt has purchased a 10-acre site for a new headquarters complex on the edge of Bury St Edmunds.

Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver is to close six Jamie’s Italian restaurants, after they were hit by a combination of rising Brexit cost pressures and tough trading.

Ed Sheeran has said he wants to put Suffolk on the international map by dedicating one of his new tracks to his home county.

Sleepy driver danger

Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Prominent organisations say there should be fast-track diagnosis and treatment for professional drivers with sleep conditions.

Proposals have been submitted for the first phase of a major project to refurbish public leisure centres in three Suffolk towns.

Studies show just how valuable Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty are to the economies of our counties.

A furniture company in Ipswich is search for an experienced cabinet maker to join its team.

We must ‘fight the fear’ to conquer our negative mindset, she says

A look back at what made the news in 2016

If I’d been looking in a crystal ball at the start of 2016 and seen all the events of the next 12 months, I think I’d have been left feeling I was having a nightmare, writes Paul Geater.

A project helping people with mental health problems get back into work in Essex has been given a £1.8million funding boost.

My First Car: Dodge sedan

Friday, December 23, 2016

Barry Shackcloth bought a 1951 Dodge with fellow students and travelled across America for a spell of California Dreamin’.

An Ipswich pub has re-opened, following a six-figure investment, and creating 10 new jobs in the process.

Calls have been made for tougher sanctions by Suffolk County Council on utility firms that overrun on roadworks, after multi-million pound firms were being fined just hundreds of pounds for behind-schedule work.


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