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University Campus Suffolk’s new choir is to appear on BBC Songs of Praise
Ipswich-based Leading Lives has been named Health and Social Care Social Enterprise of the Year at the Social Enterprise UK Awards.
A new Enterprize Zone involving 10 development sites across East Anglia, with the potential to create 18,500 jobs, was announced by Chancellor George Osborne today.
The Chancellor’s Autumn Statement and Comprehensive Spending Review today divided opinion between unions employers.
Kieron Dyer was given a rare night of luxury after winning a stay at the Jungle Boutique Hotel, but tensions are running high in the I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here camp.
Suffolk-based JR Executive Travel has been acquired in a buy-out deal valuing the business at £1.8million.
Moves to slash costs helped limit the decline in underlying operating profits, which fell by 2% to £342million in the six months to September 27.
Suffolk County Council is being urged to cut a further £73m from its budget over the next two years – which will lead to the loss of up to 400 jobs across the authority.
ScottishPower Renewables has sumbitted plans for another major windfarm off the Suffolk coast, potentially supporting thousands of jobs.
Professional football has been in the blood of Ipswich Town legend Terry Butcher, quite literally, for almost 40 years.
Ipswich Town legend Terry Butcher has hailed Daryl Murphy’s goalscoring return and believes the striker’s renaissance is the perfect fillip for the promotion-chasing Blues.
An outpouring of sympathy has been expressed from within the rock music community following the death of Colchester man Nick Alexander in Friday night’s Paris terror attacks.
Global Entrepreneurship Week in November 2015
The long-term future of more than 800 jobs in Suffolk and north Essex is in doubt under plans to close nearly 140 HM Revenue & Customs offices across the country.
A campaign to lure Europe’s brightest graduates to our region is being launched today to tackle the teacher recruitment crisis facing our schools.
I’ve been listening to the arguments on devolution that have been coming forward from Suffolk and Norfolk for months now – and it’s time for an uncomfortable truth to be realised.
The company responsible for operating the electricity distribution network across the East of England has warned that around 200 jobs are at risk.
Two Suffolk councils are investing £1million each in the launch of a partnership with Funding Circle, which helps businesses to access finance independent of their banks.
There are more than 650 senior NHS workers across Suffolk and north Essex earning more than £100,000 – including nearly 50 in non-medical roles.
Fairline Boats has warned of “significant” redundancies alongside proposals for a Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA) with its creditors.
The number of people earning more than £100,000 from jobs in local authorities in the region jumped dramatically over the last year according to the Tax Payers’ Alliance.
Staff at a vibrant £28million Essex art gallery are calling on management to abandon proposed staff cuts which they claim could harm the experience for visitors.
Suffolk-based housebuilder Hopkins Homes has received a prestigious national award for their restoration of a Victorian listed building.
Two nurseries in west Suffolk have closed today (November 5) leaving dozens of parents without childcare.
A new Audi dealership is set to get the go-ahead on Ipswich’s Futura Park – the second prestige marque set to move to the site near the John Lewis/Waitrose stores.