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Innovators, investors and entrepreneurs from the East of England at the Venturefest East event at Newmarket Racecourse.

More than 800 innovators, investors and entrepreneurs gathered in Newmarket to showcase what the region’s technology sector has to offer.

Beryl Harding celebrated her 105th birthday on Monday

“I’m here to take some lovely photos of you,” beams our photographer.

An artist's impression of what St James’ Business and Logistics Park will look like.

More than 600 jobs could be created if a major £72m business park planned for the outskirts of Ipswich gets the go-ahead.

Cody Chadwick

Ipswich Eagles shocked the Horspath Hammers to record their first-ever victory against the Oxford outfit and join Coventry at the top of the Elite League table.

The union representing paramedics in our region has released a video about its members’ conditions.

Some 14 years have passed since Jimmys Farm sprung to life. I spoke to farmer and TV star Jimmy Doherty about the highs, the lows and the importance of educating future generations about the food they eat. Photo: Lucy Taylor

Some 14 years have passed since Jimmy’s Farm sprung to life. Wayne Savage talks to the farmer and TV star about the highs, the lows and the importance of educating future generations about the food they eat.

The Seafront Gardens, Felixstowe

Beach huts are this summer being used to better promote Felixstowe’s top attractions and make the seaside town as visitor-friendly as possible.

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If you are looking for an apprenticeship, the first rung on the career ladder or even a promotion, our Jobs24 site could be the ideal place ton start looking.
We have hundreds of jobs advertised both locally here in Suffolk as well as further afield.

Danny Cowley pictured after Braintree had been knocked out by Grimsby in the Braintree v Grimsby (National League Play-off semi final second leg) match at The Avanti Stadium, Brsaintree, on 08 May 2016.      
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As Danny Cowley begins what he hopes will be a long and successful career as a professional football manager, the former Braintree boss knows he is leaving behind a group of players with a spirit and togetherness that he may never encounter again.

Byron McGinley, Paul Davey, Phil Pemberton, MEP Richard Howitt, Vaughn Bentley, Miles Hubbard and Stephen Abraham.

Britain’s busiest container terminal became the focus again yesterday for the EU vote debate – as portworkers were told leaving the European Union could threaten their future prospects.

Flux Freestyle will open a trampoline centre in the former Gym & Trim building.

Following the announcement that Bounce Trampoline Park is taking over the B&Q store at Whitehouse later this year, the opening date of a second park has been confirmed.

Palmer & Harvey is a wholesale supplier to convenience stores across the country.

Convenience stores in the East of England see the introduction of the National Living Wage as their biggest challenge in the year ahead – with jobs potentially at risk – according to new research.

Ending the scourge of junk mail

Monday, May 16, 2016
Junk mail can cause huge anguish, distress and guilt

For most of us, junk mail is an annoyance that goes straight into the recyling bin but for elderly and vulnerable people it can be an overwhelming worry as well as a safety hazard. Sheena Grant reports on a new campaign to tackle the problem

Subway in Felixstowe

A new Subway store – the tenth in Ipswich – is set to open at the Sailmakers shopping centre.

How will you vote on June 23?

More Suffolk voters have resolved to back Britain’s exit from the European Union than to remain – but more than a fifth of voters are as yet undecided.

A member of protocol arranges the British flag prior to the arrival of British Prime Minister David Cameron at the European Parliament in Brussels. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)

East Anglia is increasingly resolved to vote to cut Britain’s ties with Brussels, with the “leave” campaign stretching its local lead to nine points, our new poll shows.

The Stars of Suffolk Awards 2015 at Wherstead Park. Christina Deke got up on stage and thanked the Long Melford and Sudbury retained fire crew for saving her life in the Sudbury fire.

Do you know someone who has gone above and beyond the call of duty to help save someone’s life and deserves a Stars of Suffolk Award?

Principle of Suffolk New College Dave Muller. Photograph Simon Parker

Town Topis with Ipswich Chamber of Commerce

Plans have been revealed to open a Bounce trampolining centre in the B&Q

A giant trampoline park could open in Ipswich before the end of the year, it has been revealed.

Could you lead a team of gardeners?

Could you inspire the next generation of musicians in Suffolk? Or would you like to spend your days int he great outdoors? We could ahev the job for you.

David Ellesmere in front of the buildings that the council have just purchased on the Ipswich waterfront.

Ipswich is on course to match its record number of apprenticeship starts this year after more than 600 were created in the last five months.

Princes Street fire station in Ipswich will go down from three to two appliances.

Suffolk’s largest towns will each lose fire appliances under new proposals outlined by the county council.

The Spa Pavilion at Felixstowe.

Disabled people will be able to visit, perform and work more easily at Felixstowe’s seaside theatre thanks to a Government grant to improve facilities.

The Campaign to Save Mental Health Services in Norfolk and Suffolk hold a silent protest outside the county council offices, in Russell Road Ipswich ahead of a protest over cuts

Two consultants involved in a “strategic reorganisation”, which saw hundreds of jobs axed at the region’s mental health trust, each received payouts worth more than £200,000.

Some of the first, second and third year apprentices at Ransomes Jacobsen in Ipswich.

Major investment in apprenticeships at Ipswich firm

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