December 12 2013 Latest news:
Essex’s road chief has said he is “extremely disappointed” that the Government has put back its decision on a preferred option for a new Lower Thames Crossing.
All the remaining branches of DVD chain Blockbuster are to close within the next four days, with its administrators still unable to find a buyer for the business.
Bus and train operator Go-Ahead said yesterday it was lifting its full-year forecasts as it trailed a “robust” first-half performance.
Poultry farmer Jeremy Blackmore scooped the top trophy for the first time at the Anglian Turkey Association’s annual show at Stoke-by-Nayland.
After a four-year equity bull market, many global equity markets are near record highs and some valuations look stretched.
With England cricketer Jonathan Trott having recently flown home from the Ashes tour in Australia with a stress-related illness, it might be a good moment for employers and workers to refamiliarise themselves with their firm’s own policies on long-term ill-health absence and, in particular, those parts relating to mental health problems.
Suffolk Chamber of Commerce is urging is members to take part in a survey which aims to strengthen the business case for the £1.5billion upgrade of the A14.
A Suffolk accountancy firm formed only in March last year is celebrating after securing its 100th client.
Orwell Housing Association, based in Ipswich, was at the vanguard of the housing association movement when it was formed 50 years ago in September 1963. SARAH CHAMBERS spoke to its current chief executive, Stephen Javes, as the association, which has evolved into a multi-million pound business housing families and vulnerable people, celebrates its special anniversary.
Accountancy firm BDO has taken on a new batch of students at its Ipswich office who are training for their ACA (Associate of Chartered Accountants (ACA) or Associate of Accounting Technicians (AAT) qualifications.