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What’s wrong with kids today?

What’s wrong with kids today?

What’s wrong with kids today?

Bury St Edmunds columnist Michael Apichella answers his own question . . .


Soft selling for social media

Soft selling for social media

Soft selling for social media

Bury St Edmunds expert Kim Morrison says selling on social media needs finesse


YOUTH VIEW: We’re not the bacon snatchers

YOUTH VIEW: We’re not the bacon snatchers

YOUTH VIEW: We’re not the bacon snatchers

King Edward VI School student Aaron McIntyre, aged 15, describes how giving up meat for one day a week can benefit the environment


Gateway to a wildlife haven

Gateway to a wildlife haven

Gateway to a wildlife haven

Bury St Edmunds columnist Nicola Miller says there's a happy medium between grass mowing and rewilding


Optimising your LinkedIn profile for success

Optimising your LinkedIn profile for success

Optimising your LinkedIn profile for success

Bury St Edmunds social media expert Kim Morrison explains how to get the most from your LinkedIn posts


The magic of the theatre . . .

The magic of the theatre . . .

The magic of the theatre . . .

Bury St Edmunds headteacher Andrew Hammond likes a bit of drama in the classroom


YOUTH VIEW: Why our political system is gridlocked

YOUTH VIEW: Why our political system is gridlocked

YOUTH VIEW: Why our political system is gridlocked

King Edward VI School student Joe Dobbyn, 17, is seeing renewed growth in the centre ground of British politics


What’s your carbon footprint?

What’s your carbon footprint?

What’s your carbon footprint?

Energy expert Peter Gudde explains how you can work out – and reduce – your carbon footprint


YOUTH VIEW: It’s scorching on the Love Island

YOUTH VIEW: It’s scorching on the Love Island

YOUTH VIEW: It’s scorching on the Love Island

King Edward VI School student Natasha Pryke, age 13, goes ashore on ITV2's Love Island


Meeting the plastics challenge

Meeting the plastics challenge

Meeting the plastics challenge

Bury St Edmunds recycling champion Karen Cannard does the maths on plastic


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