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The Port of Felixstowe today saw the launch of its 31st daily rail freight service.
An Ipswich-based social enterprise that has raised thousands of pounds for good causes is in the running for a UK Charity Times Award.
Nineteen out of 35 jobs at an electric generator manufacturer have been saved after its business and assets were bought out of administration on Wednesday.
A facilities management business owned by Suffolk County Council is moving home and undergoing a re-brand.
It was a little while ago that somebody coined the phrase - Silicon Suffolk - to recognise the growing importance of new high tech, computer and internet businesses.
Local architects cycle that extra mile for hospital charity
Tesco, Mothercare and Toys R Us could soon have a new neighbour at Copdock Mill
Developer John Howard is about to go out to tender to select the building company to complete the Waterfront tower that has become known as `The Winerack.’
Permitting food to be sold from a large warehouse store in Felixstowe town centre could safeguard its future, according to a new report.
Stark differences in the region’s migratory habits have been revealed by a new report looking at population moves within the UK.
Legally Speaking with Ashton KCJ
Town Topics with Paul Clement of Ipswich Central
Around 200 people are to lose their jobs at the Ipswich office of global insurance broker and risk management group Willis.
Women represent just 11% of the construction workforce in the UK and only 2% of those are in manual roles.
A forum for small and medium sized enterprises to gather and gain support returns this month following a successful debut last year.
Town Topics with Ipswich Central
Town Topics with Ipswich Chamber
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In this new feature we aim to highlight the enterprising companies and individuals in and around Suffolk’s county town.
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