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News

  • Japanese owned games giant plans eagerly awaited release

    The European division of Japanese games distribution giant, KOEI CO, has announced plans to release one of the Play Station 2’s most critically... Read More

  • Happy romance looks to continue for Kier Group

    Kier Group’s happy romance with the stock market looks set to continue following a highly encouraging trading update stating that the Bedfordshire... Read More

  • Happy romance looks to continue for Kier Group

    Kier Group’s happy romance with the stock market looks set to continue following a highly encouraging trading update stating that the Bedfordshire... Read More

  • Banham agrees new composting contract

    Banham Compost, which is a subsidiary of Banham Poultry, has signed a £1.7 million contract with TEG Environment that should see the Norfolk firm... Read More

  • Azure merger completed

    Subex Systems Limited, the Bangalore-headquartered telecom software product company and Azure Solutions – the BT spin-out whose research HQ is in... Read More

  • Cambridge firm chosen by Dutch company

    Cambridge set top box maker Amino was chosen by Dutch company Lijbrandt Telecom BV to supply its STBs for the first ever high definition (HD) IPTV... Read More

  • Asterand in Rubicon collaboration

    Asterand plc, the human tissue research services company with a base in Royston, has signed a partnership with Rubicon Genomics to discover novel... Read More

  • Sweet deal secured

    Sudanese Sugar has chosen UK engineering company Peter Brotherhood Ltd to supply four replacement steam turbine rotors to the Assalaya and Sennar... Read More

  • BP to sell its Essex refinery

    BP has begun initial discussions with a number of potential buyers for its Coryton Refinery in Essex and expects to start more detailed negotiations... Read More

  • Sepura gain in Spain

    Seville International Airport, part of the AENA group, has become digital radio provider Sepura’s latest customer in Spain. Seville International... Read More

  • Ryanair buys new planes

    Low fares airline Ryanair has bought 10 more Boeing 737-800s for delivery in 2008 at a cost of £389m.Low fares airline Ryanair has bought 10 more... Read More

  • Walden joins Churchmanor Estates

    Robert Walden, previously in charge of the £2 billion property fund at Universities Superannuation Scheme, has joined Churchmanor Estates – joint... Read More

  • Walden joins Churchmanor Estates

    Robert Walden, previously in charge of the £2 billion property fund at Universities Superannuation Scheme, has joined Churchmanor Estates – joint... Read More

  • Compel trading may be ahead of expectations

    Stevenage IT group, Compel, has announced that trading for the year ended 30 June 2006 could well be ahead of market expectations and will be... Read More

  • New wave of development in science is on the way

    Martin O’Donoghue, senior vice-president, scientific instruments for Varian, Inc officially opened new chemistry laboratories at the University of... Read More

  • Skin wound specialist has device approved

    Clinical Cell Culture Ltd, the Cambridge-based but Australian-listed skin wound specialist, has had its its ReCell tissue harvesting device approved... Read More

  • VEGA wins 5yr contract extension

    Welwyn’s satellite systems specialists, VEGA Group, has won a £1.9 million five-year contract extension from Serco plc to provide spacecraft... Read More

  • Berry Plastics to be sold off

    Goldman Sachs Capital Partners and JPMorgan Partners is to sell Berry Plastics Corporation, which has a Norwich plant, for $2.25 billion (£1.24bn) to... Read More

  • Strong performance from Greene King

    Strong performances across all its divisions has underpinned an excellent set of results for the year ended 30 April 2006 at East Anglia’s leading... Read More

  • Product could take the‘die’ out of hair dye

    A local company has linked up with two local universities to help develop a product to combat allergic reactions to hair dye that, in some cases, can... Read More

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