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A business association in east Suffolk has unveiled plans to develop its “exciting vision for the future” by engaging more with the community.

The administrators of Comet have been referred for investigation.

Retail: Deloitte trio referred for investigation over Comet administration

Three accountants from Deloitte are to be investigated over the way they handled the collapse of retailer Comet, business secretary Vince Cable said today.

Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne.

Economy: UK output back above pre-recession peak after 0.8% growth in second quarter GDP

Britain has finally emerged from its worst post-war downturn after growth of 0.8% in the second quarter of 2014 took the size of the economy above its pre-recession peak.

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The East of England Co-op has opened for entries to its Producer of the Year Awards 2015.

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City Watch: Charles Sylvester sees a potential precedent in New Zealand

In early July, the equity market pulled back as investors contemplated a turn in the UK interest rate cycle.

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Business Law: Victoria Spellman examines action by the FCA on unfair payment tactics

The well-known payday lender Wonga was recently ordered to repay £2.6million to 45,000 customers for a series of errors, including sending letters to customers from a pair of non-existent law firms in order to put pressure on late payers.

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    Movers & Shakers: Sally Chicken takes up presidency of East of England Co-op

    Sally Chicken has been elected president of the East of England Co-operative Society following five years on its board of directors.

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Framlingham Business Association's AGM at Fram Farmers. Jenny Stockman,Richard Anscombe,Richard Kerry,Fiona Mealing,Kelvin Gibbs.

Framlingham: Business Association unveils “exciting vision for the future” during annual meeting at Fram Farmers

A business association in east Suffolk has unveiled plans to develop its “exciting vision for the future” by engaging more with the community.

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    Neil Lanham who is a member of the Suffolk Branch of the Central Association of Agricultural Values and is also involved in Traditions of Suffolk. Neil is pictured at home in Botesdale.

    Farming feature: Retired auctioneer Neil Lanham and his tales at the bend in the road

    Neil Lanham, 76, is a retired auctioneer who has been fascinated all his life by the folk traditions and colourful metaphorical language of his native Suffolk.

    His interest has led to a unique collection of recordings and DVDs which provide a window onto a vanishing world, as SARAH CHAMBERS found out.

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