Iliffe Media buys 13 more newspapers in Kent

Iliffe Media, new owners of the Bury Free Press, have bought another set of newspapers in Kent.

John Dugmore, chief executive of Suffolk Chamber of Commerce, at the round table meeting with officials from the Department of Business Enterprise and the Industrial Strategy

Suffolk Chamber of Commerce hosts talks between business leaders and Government officials on Brexit

Business leaders from Suffolk took part in a round table discussion with civil servants over the impact ofr Brexit.

The newly furbished Pavilion at Ravenwood Hall Rougham ready to provide perfect wedding venue

Pavilion at Ravenwood Hall Hotel, Rougham, stages wedding open day after refurbishment

The Pavilion at Ravenwood Hall, Rougham, stages a wedding open day on April 30 and will reveal its stunning refurbishment.

Austrin Samuel Maitland McKenna. Submitted photo.

Family pays tribute to Wetheringsett man killed in A140 crash who “lived life to the full”

A family has paid tribute to a “unique soul” who “lived life to the full” who was killed in a road accident at Little Stonham earlier this month.

Former beauty therapist Dawn Dewar has turned driving instructor

PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Dawn drives a new career

Dawn Dewar from Stowmarket is aiming to be the driving force to empower other women to make life choices and go forward towards their ambitions.

Bourgee is opening at Cupola House, in The Traverse, Bury St Edmunds early next month

Steak and lobster restaurant to open at Bury’s Cupola House early next month

A restaurant is to open at Bury St Edmunds’ Cupola House within weeks - breathing new life into the historic building which was nearly destroyed by fire.

Stephensons Breeze 2 bus

New bus service starts Monday to cover cuts on Bury’s Breeze 2 route

A residents’ petition has succeeded in getting a replacement bus service to cover reductions introduced in January on Bury St Edmunds’ Breeze 2 route.

Burger King, Bury St Edmunds, opened in 2013.

Picture Mark Westley

Fears for 1,000 jobs as Suffolk Burger King franchisee calls in administrators

The franchisees of 36 Burger King restaurants, including Bury St Edmunds and Wisbech, have called in the administrators putting 1,000 jobs at risk.

Alex Till

Chief executive of MENTA is a finalist for top award

The chief executive of MENTA has been announced as a finalist for a top accolade.

David Long has won a Blue Peter book award for his non-fiction book 'Survivors'.

Author ‘delighted’ to be named Blue Peter winner

An author from Brent Eleigh has spoken of his delight at winning a coveted children’s book award.

David Sayer and Suzanne Stevenson at The Apex where Richard Green Estate Agents will host a day-long event on period homes

Richard Green will host period homes event at The Apex in Bury St Edmunds

A one day event at The Apex in Bury St Edmunds will showcase a wide range of specialists and experts who can make life in a period home even better.

Cavendish and Gloucester Properties computer images of how it would like Cornhill Walk in Bury St Edmunds to look

Bury’s Cornhill Walk set to lose ‘gimmicky’ front

The company behind the redevelopment of Cornhill Walk has revealed its ideas for the town centre site.

Brewer Tom Norton

South Suffolk beer won’t be at Bury beer festival because people might be confused by the taste

Officials have banned a talented young Boxford craft brewer from entering his traditional ale into the East Anglian Beer and Cider festival in Bury St Edmunds next week - because some people may not like the taste.

Donna Cooper is to open Little Larks Day Nursery

PICTURE: Mecha Morton

New day nursery is to open at Nowton

A brand new day nursery in Bury St Edmunds is staging an open day tomorrow.

Outline planning consent has been granted for the 114-acre Suffolk Business Park in Bury St Edmunds

Outline plans approved for business park in Bury St Edmunds

Outline planning permission has been granted for the 114-acre Suffolk Business Park in Bury St Edmunds.

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Keith Riches, laboratory team leader at Muntons, is retiring after 50 years. He travels to work from Stowupland on his bike every day. 

PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Munton’s lab man retires after 50 years of cycling to work each day

A man who has clocked up half a century working at Muntons in Stowmarket has retired after cycling to and from work each day.

Jaeger Outlet in St John's Street, Bury

Updated: Jaeger goes into administration

Up market fashion store chain Jaeger has gone into administration putting 680 high street jobs across the UK.

No More A14 Delays strategy board with chiarman Jo Churchill, MP for Bury St Edmunds

No More A14 Delays campaign and Highways England welcome study report in bid for RIS2 Government funding

The campaign for investment to improve the A14 junctions between Newmarket and Ipswich has welcomed Highways England’s positive response to the report by consultants.

Accident news

Appeal after collision in Redgrave which injured three people

Witnesses are being sought after a road accident in Redgrave last week.

Marc Bartram with Jose Richart, DIT International Trade Adviser at the Dusseldorf two day visit to promote exports

Bartrams Brewery looks to Germany as it takes part in a Department for International Trade visit to Dusseldorf

Rougham-based micro brewery, Bartrams is looking to tempt German beer drinkers after a a two-day trade visit to Dusseldorf.

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