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A driver that is alleged to have scarpered after being chased by police following a hit and run, reports of drugs use and disorderly behaviour near Felixstowe seafront has been arrested.

Police are now appealing for witnesses after a collision in Felixstowe, which is being linked to an earlier incident of anti-social behaviour and nitrous oxide use near the sea front.

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Felixstowe residents have been given the chance to vote for their favourite name for a proposed beach village after planning application is submitted.

East Suffolk Council is looking to improve the beach hut experience in Felixstowe and has submitted a planning application for a proposed new beach village on the town's South Seafront.

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In part two of Nub News' UP CLOSE with Paula Bellamy, the managing director of a world wide logistics company, gives her thoughts on Brexit, Freeport East and explains why she is setting up a UK office in Felixtowe.

Paula Bellamy is never one to miss an opportunity to promote and grow Ocean Wide Logistics, and a combination of circumstances has led her to opening a UK office for the British/USA shipping firm following her success in building a headquarters in Dubai.

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Paula Bellamy - award winning Ocean Wide Logistics MD and businesswomen mentor

Nub News get UP CLOSE with Paula Bellamy who, in the first of two parts, talks about getting to the top of her industry after leaving school at 15, inspiring women, and why she has returned to her hometown of Felixstowe.

Little did a 16-year-old girl who had left Orwell High with two O-levels, realise when she jumped on her moped to start her first job in a Felixstowe shipping office that she would one day return, via the Middle East, as the managing director of worldwide logistics company.

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