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The Packhorse Inn at Moulton, near Newmarket.

Lavenham/ Newmarket: The Great House and the Packhorse Inn honoured by Sawday’s hotel guide

Two Suffolk eateries which also offer accommodation have been named among the winners in the first Sawday’s British Hotel Awards, announced alongside a new edition of the Sawday’s Special Places to Stay: British Hotels guide

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Suffolk: Business Women group recruits its 1,000th member

A business group that brings together successful women from across Suffolk is celebrating recruiting its 1,000th member.

The CPI (Consumer Prices Index) rate of inflation fell to 1.5% last month.

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Inflation slowed to 1.5% last month as consumers benefited from lower petrol prices and the ongoing supermarket price war.

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This year's beet crop is looking promising.

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A bumper sugar beet harvest could be on the cards in East Anglia, with warm autumn weather potentially helping to optimise sugar levels in the crop as the campaign began this week.

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Shares seem to have run out of steam a little recently and, in a way, this is hardly surprising.

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      Demelza Butler has been promoted to the position of partner at Ipswich-based legal firm Blockslegal LLP.

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The Packhorse Inn at Moulton, near Newmarket.

Lavenham/ Newmarket: The Great House and the Packhorse Inn honoured by Sawday’s hotel guide

Two Suffolk eateries which also offer accommodation have been named among the winners in the first Sawday’s British Hotel Awards, announced alongside a new edition of the Sawday’s Special Places to Stay: British Hotels guide

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    Kevin Collins. managing firector at the  Pound Gates Group in Ipswich.

    Ipswich: People at the heart of success for insurance broker Pound Gates

    Insurance brokers The Pound Gates Group runs two successful businesses from its offices in Ipswich. Ross Bentley talks to managing director Kevin Collins about why the town is an ideal location to base his company.

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