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The Arc shopping centre in Bury is cordoned off due to a gas leak.

Video: The Arc in Bury St Edmunds open today as investigations continue into mysterious smell

A shopping centre closed for almost five hours yesterday due to a suspected gas leak has re-opened as normal this morning.

Visit Suffolk brand manager Amanda Bond at Southwold.

Visit Suffolk urges county’s tourism firms to ‘shout louder’ in 2015

Tourism-related businesses in Suffolk are being urged to make an early New Year’s resolution to shout louder about their offering during 2015.

A computer generated image of the Aldwych House development in Reading for which Mildenhall-based EAG will be providing the external cladding.
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Mildenhall-based EAG wins glazing contract for major office development

English Architectural Glazing (EAG), based Chiswick Avenue, Mildehhall, has secured a contract to provide external cladding for a major development in Reading, Berkshire.

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Building the biscuit market in Morocco: HGCA annual outward mission in Casablanca, including, fourth from left, Brian Barker.

Trade mission opens up biscuit wheat market

East Anglian farmers are being urged to grow more wheat after a group joined a trade mission to north Africa championing UK cereals.

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Charles Sylvester of Charles Stanley & Co, Ipswich

City Watch: Profit warnings present a buying opportunity, says Charles Sylvester

Market watchers may have noticed an unusually large number of profit warnings from UK quoted companies in the last few months.

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Peter Harrup of BDO LLP.

Business Finance: Peter Harrup on succession in family firms

Family businesses account for two thirds of the UK’s small and medium sized businesses and are the bedrock or our economy both nationally and locally.

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    New graduate apprentices at Concertus: Pete Horton, Nathan Vince, David Mugliston and Rob Settle.

    Movers & Shakers: Design firm Concertus takes on four graduate apprentices

    Ipswich-based Concertus Design & Property Consultants have taken on four graduate apprentices in trainee positions within its Architectural, Building Surveying and Building Services Design Studios.

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Thomas Cook chief executive Harriet Green.

The Week Ahead: Updates due from Thomas Cook, Kingfisher, Severn Trent and AO World

The improved fortunes of Thomas Cook and the autumn sales performance of B&Q owner Kingfisher will be in the spotlight for investors this week.

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