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Halifax Town v Braintree Town

Braintree Town being promoted to the Football League would be a football fairytale to rival the remarkable Leicester City Premier League success story, according to Iron chairman Lee Harding.

One of Siemens' 7MW wind turbines, of the kind to be installed as part of the East Anglia One offshore wind farm project.

ScottishPower Renewables has awarded what is thought to be Europe’s largest single-project wind turbine contract, with the development of the giant East Anglia One offshore wind farm having cleared its final hurdle.

New aldi store Copdock

The new Aldi store at Pinewood is now under construction and expected to open later this year.

Junior doctors on strike at West Suffolk Hospital in Bury St Edmunds.

With 55,000 junior doctors on strike nationally over the past two days it was feared that the pressure put on hospitals would effect the quality and care of those admitted.

Decorated war hero and holder of the Military Cross Trevor Coult

Today decorated war hero Trevor Coult fights his battles with a different kind of courage.

Ian Holloway has backed Mick McCarthy to take over at Aston Villa

Ian Holloway believes Ipswich Town will ‘do well’ to hold onto manager Mick McCarthy this summer, after backing him to take over at Aston Villa.

Austin Reed is expected to go into administration.
Photo: Katie Collins/PA Wire

Nearly 1,200 high street jobs are under threat after the appointment of administrators at Austin Reed – just a day after the collapse into administration of department stores chain BHS.

British Home Stores'  Ipswich store.

High street retailer BHS has collapsed into administration, threatening the closure of up to 164 stores, including one in Ipswich’s Buttermarket.

Dr Dan Poulter.

Suffolk MP and former health minister Dr Dan Poulter has joined politicians from other parties to call for a delay in the introducing controversial new doctors’ contracts.

British Home Stores Ipswich 

A huge question mark is today hanging over the future of one of Britain’s best-known High Street stores – and one of the largest stores in Ipswich town centre.

One in six job applications requires a driving licence.

The importance of job-seekers being able to drive has been highlighted by new research.

Mick Biegel of ETIP with David Dodd of Interex,  trainer Alison Darrington and the course attendees.

An innovative scheme which helps smaller employers to fund the training of their workforce has marked its first year of operation by paying out its 1,000th grant.

Polmil temporary security fencing produced by Braintree-based Blok N Mesh, which has received a Queen's Award for Enterprise.

Five businesses in Suffolk and north Essex are among nearly 250 firms from across the UK which are named today as winners this year’s Queen’s Awards for Enterprise.

Care home provider seeks operations manager

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Unemployment in the UK has risen for the first time since last summer.
Photo: Gareth Fuller/PA

Unemployment in the UK has increased for the first time in seven months, official figures revealed yesterday.

Parish and district councillor Graham Harding at the site proposed for a new 98-home development between Thurmans Lane and The Josselyns at Trimley St Mary.

Angry villagers are calling for proposals for nearly 100 new homes on a field in the centre of their community to be rejected – amid fears over traffic danger and over development.

Matt Willis, Charlie Simpson and far right James Bourne take time out to visit Dalham Hall Stud, owned by HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the ruler of Dubai, and spent a morning with the horses including Golden Horn. Photo: The Jockey Club Live

Entertainment writer Wayne Savage sat down with Busted at Newmarket Racecourses to ask the question on every fan’s mind. How did Matt Willis and James Bourne lure Woodbridge’s Charlie Simpson back to the band after years of vowing “never again”.

File photo 8/2/2007 of a gas hob with a British Gas bill as its owner Centrica lost almost 250,000 customers in the first three months of the year as competition in the energy market continues to bite. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Monday April 18, 2016. The country's largest gas and electricity supplier said in a first-quarter trading update that it lost 224,000 residential customers, or 1.5% of home supply accounts in the period. It said its overall residential accounts fell to 14.4 million customers. See PA story CITY Centrica. Photo credit should read: Owen Humphreys/PA Wire

British Gas owner Centrica said today that it lost more than 200,000 customers in the first three months of the year as competition in the energy market continued to bite.

Neil Miles, who is to chair TechEast.

East Anglia’s three key technology clusters are uniting to drive a strategy which aims to create 5,000 new digital technology jobs in the region by 2020.

Hacker using laptop.

BTin new moves to tackle cyber crime

An East of England Ambulance.

A further 150 positions have been made available by the East of England Ambulance Service Trust (EEAST) in the latest phase of its recruitment drive.

Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy

Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy wants to win back over any supporters that have lost faith in him, but believes he still has the backing of the majority.

The line of the cable from Bawdsey to Bramford

Communities around the north of Ipswich could face a decade of on/off engineering work as engineers prepare to bring green power from the North Sea to the National Grid.

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