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Building supplier Ridgeons in Bury St Edmunds helps Barbuda hurricane victims

Ridgeons in Bury St Edmunds has been supporting the relief effort for hurricane victims in Barbuda.

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Menta Trade Fair is a ‘fantastic opportunity’ for conference and events company

A conference and events bureau company has announced it will be visiting Menta Trade Fair for the first time.

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The No More A14 Delays in Suffolk Strategy Board. Picture: Suffolk Chamber of Commerce.

Businessman encourages companies to speak out about impact of A14 delays

A businessman has spoken about the impact of delays and congestion along the A14 as part of a campaign to secure Government funding to address the issue.

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A new Greater Anglia Class 170208 train

Rail strike looms across Greater Anglia in guards dispute

The rail union RMT today confirmed its Greater Anglia members will take two days of strike action over the potential extension of driver only operation.

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Chloe Keith and Ross Harvey

Staff appointments and promotions at marketing agency following growth

A marketing agency has made several appointments and promotions to its team following growth and expansion across the globe.

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Harriet Moore, who runs House of Snow, in Bury St Edmunds, has been named the 'new bridalwear retailer of the year' at the British Bridal Buyer Awards.

Bury St Edmunds businesswoman named ‘new bridalwear retailer of the year’

A Bury St Edmunds businesswoman has been named the ‘new bridalwear retailer of the year’ at the industry’s equivalent of the Oscars.

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Members of social enterprise Scoots Hire take delivery of their third van to help people access work and training using affordable scooter hire

Social enterprise Scoots Hire gains new van to help more people get to work

A social enterprise which enables people to travel to work or education using affordable moped hire can now expand its offer.

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Dalius Matulaitis

Cambridgeshire man jailed following fatal and “completely avoidable” crash in Mendlesham after blacking out behind the wheel

A lorry driver who caused the death of a motorist after blacking out behind the wheel in Mendlesham has been jailed.

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Outside of Glasswells Furniture Store, Bury St Edmunds - April 2008

Glasswells is to re-open in Sudbury with a discount furniture store

Glasswells home furnishing store is opening up a discount furniture store in North Street, Sudbury, marking a return to the town.

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Greenwoods in St Johns Street

Menswear company Greenwoods goes into administration

Menswear clothing store Greenwoods has gone into administration.

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Greene King ales

Greene King Pub Company releases trading statement but suffers the effects of poor summner weather

Falling sales announced by Greene King have been attributed to competition from cheaper products and poor weather during the summer.

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Craig Lawson from Love Island and other models take part in a photo shoot wearing Trete designs from St John's Street Bury St Edmunds. Photo by Graham Martin

Love Island contestant Craig joins models for photoshoot in Bury St Edmunds

Love Island contestant Craig Lawson was in Bury St Edmunds on Sunday as he took part in a photo shoot for independent boutique Trete.

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The eight site managers from Taylor Wimpey East Anglia who were  honoured with the Pride in the Job Quality award by the National House- Building Council

Taylor Wimpey recognises its best site managers in the east

House builder Taylor Wimpey has had eight of its site managers in East Anglia recognised in the NHBC’s Pride in the Job Quality Award.

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An image of the new water lodges being built at Center Parcs, Elveden

Center Parcs at Elveden invest in new waterside accommodation

Center Parcs at Elveden is building more accommodation on the edge of the centre’s lake.

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Oil NRG whch has opened a new depot near Thetford

Independent fuel distribution company Oil NRG expands into East Anglia with depot at Barnham

An independently owned fuel distributor has opened a new depot near Thetford with the creation of five new jobs.

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Holly Auchincloss who runs Wild Cards is a finalist in the UK Greeting Card Awards, The Henries. She does a lot of wildlife photography but her Suffolk and Norfolk scenery has got her into the finals.



PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Felsham photographer Holly wins a place in finals of the UK Greetings Card Awards

Keen photographer Holly Auchincloss who started up her greetings card company just a couple of months ago has been shortlisted in the UK Greeting Card Awards, known as The Henries.

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Sally Blake with Paul Glasswell at the Place to Eat restaurant  in Glasswell's. Sally has retired after 21 years.

Sally retires after 21 years at Glasswell’s Place to Eat restaurant in Bury St Edmunds

Sally Blake has been a welcome smiling face at Glasswell’s Place to Eat restaurant for 21 years and on Friday she retired aiming to join husband Mick for some well-earned time off.

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Greene King has launched a series of special labels on its bottled IPA to mark great sporting moments

Greene King launches sporting moments in its bottled IPA collection

Greene King has launched a limited edition label for its bottles of IPA capturing some of the special sporting moments over the past 60 years.

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Cheryl Jillions Little Acrons Fostering domain name has been bought with the buyer demanding �9000 to release it.
Picture Mark Westley

Foster agency ‘held to ransom’

A fostering agency says it is being held hostage by a cyber loophole, which has seen it asked for thousands of pounds to release its own website name.

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