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Jo Harris worked at the B&M store in Copdock until 2013, and despite being an employee there was issued two fines of £70 for parking.

A group of former employees at a store in Ipswich have been left distraught after car park fines mistakenly issued more than two years ago has left them facing a court appearance.

Greene King has reported increased sales across its businesses for the first 40 weeks of its current year.

Pubs and brewing group Greene King today reported continued growth across its businesses, helped by “record trading” on Christmas Day.

The Visit East Anglia stand at the Vakantiebeurs tourism exhibition in Utrecht.

Visit East Anglia (VEA) has launched a promotion to attract more Dutch visitors following a successful bid under the Government’s GREAT UK Challenge Fund.

Stoke by Nayland Hotel, Golf & Spa.

Stoke by Nayland Hotel, Golf & Spa has been named as a finalist in VisitEngland’s Awards for Excellence.

A British Airways Embraer airliner at London City Airport

British Airways is to start flying from Stansted Airport this summer, it was announced today.

Members of the Norwegian Greenkeepers’ Association during their visit to Ransomes Jacobsen’s European headquarters in Ipswich.

Around 25 members of the Norwegian Greenkeepers’ Association visited Ransomes Jacobsen’s European headquarter in Ipswich as part of their annual conference.

Andy Wood, chief executive of Adnams.

Southwold brewer Adnams has pledged to support the pub industry by freezing its beer prices for the rest of this year.

Avanti Networking fundraising for CLIC Sargent charity in 2015. Front left, organiser Victoria Sharp.

Businesses belonging to the prominent local networking group, Avanti have celebrated raising over £500 just in the month of December for their chosen charity, CLIC Sargent.

Charity evening on the ice at Winter Wondeland in Colchester

Suppliers, small businesses and individuals have “little chance” of getting any of the quarter of a million pounds they are owed from the collapse of Colchester’s outdoor ice rink.

Suffolk Show - one of the county's best-loved attractions.

The countdown to the county show this year is already running

Keith Norman, Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ business development manager (back row, centre) launches the company'’s sponsorship of Suffolk FA’s Walking Football initiative at Whitton Sports Centre in Ipswich.

Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has become a sponsor of Suffolk FA’s Walking Football initiative.

Sam Parnell and Max Shelley of Measured Brilliance

Digital Marketing ‘meetup’ group SIMS teams up with Measured Brilliance and Ipswich Borough Council to help businesses in 2016.

developer John Howard

Town centre homes plans for important Ipswich town centre site close to the Waterfront

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Thursday, January 21, 2016
A man has suffered leg injuries in the accident

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HSBC Ipswich

Encouraging messages designed to help customers resist spending splurges are being sent to HSBC customers who are trialling the new Nudge app.

Regeneration expert Jackie Sadek, speaking at Ipswich conference 2015

Urban regeneration expert, Jackie Sadek, speaks of her excitement about our town’s future, and accredits council and businesses with “doing all the right things”.

Richard Foyster, Ashton KCJ

Legally Speaking with Ashton KCJ

Natalie Moloney, of Woodbridge events firm Pink Lemonade Productions.

An entrepreneur is up for a fifth business award since her event planning company launched last year.

Paul Clement, chief executive of Ipswich Central

Town Topics with Ipswich Central

Sandra Patton, Ashton KCJ

Legally Speaking with Ashton KCJ

Paul Clement, chief executive of Ipswich Central

Town Topics with Ipswich Central

Owner and head chef of Sweet P's, Pierre Rollins.

Soul food restaurant Sweet P’s is due to reopen next week after a devastating kitchen fire six months ago.

Dogs at Suffolk Canine Creche in Martlesham enjoying the pool.

The Suffolk Canine Creche at Martlesham is making a bit of a splash.

Ipswich Waterfront. Photograph Simon Parker 6/5/2014

A consultation is under way with companies in Ipswich to find out how the proposed Wet Dock Crossing would affect business.

Paul Clement, chief executive, Ipswich Central

Town Topics with Ipswich Central

iStreet was launched by Hugo Catchpole and Hamish Stone last year. It works on the basis of a donation being made to charity each time a customer uses iStreet to make an online purchase. The social enterprise company has now been nominated for a prestigious Charity Times Award.

An Ipswich-based social enterprise that has raised thousands of pounds for good causes is in the running for a UK Charity Times Award.

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