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Rugbytots, the UK’s first rugby-specific play programme for young children, has now been launched in Suffolk, bringing together basic rugby skills, teamwork and loads of fun. Gina Long reports.

Mon, 06:00
Bernie Miles, third from left, commercial director at Galloway, with the Special Award he received at the National Coach Tourism Awards, with, from left, Stuart Render, editor of Coach Monthly (organiser of the awards), Jane Richardson, director of leisure sales at Hilton Worldwide (an event partner)  and writer and comedian Helen Lederer (who hosted the ceremony).

Bernie Miles, commercial director at Suffolk-based coach operator Galloway, has been honoured for his outstanding contributuion to coach tourism.

Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Robert white of Peakhill Farm Therberton who recently won Greenest Micro Business in 2014 Green Suffolk Awards.

Finding time to ruminate over why Peakhill Farm was named Suffolk’s greenest micro business isn’t easy for organic beef farmer Robert White in the month of March.

Tuesday, May 19, 2015
The Peleton passing through Boxford during Stage 5 of the Women's Tour of Britain 2014.

With both the Tour of britain and The Women’s Tour cycling series due to come to the region this year, Ross Bentley looks at the potential economic impact of the events and talks to Andy Wood at Adnams about why the company is backing the Suffolk stage of the women’s race.

Sunday, May 17, 2015
An infestation of cabbage stem flea beetle larvae on an oilseed rape crop in East Anglia

The European Union (EU) imposed a restriction on neonicotinoid seed treatments in December 2013, but the row over whether the ban was justified rages on.

Marks & Spencer reports its annual results on Wednesday.

Marks & Spencer’s position in the fiercely competitive clothing market will come under more scrutiny this week when the retailer announces its results for the past year.

Tuesday, May 12, 2015
Peter Lee, centre, receives the Best Stand award on behalf of Ipswich Borough Council at the 2015 Anglia Business Exhibition from Sarah Howard of Suffolk Chamber and James Davey of ISSBA.

The 2015 Anglia Business Exhibition has been hailed as the biggest and best yet.

Saturday, May 9, 2015
Photos by Margaret Holland, of Ipswich - barn owl ballet

It is reassuring proof of how resilient nature can be. The number of malnourished dead barn owls discovered on the ground during the cold spring of 2013 brought alarming predictions that the bird’s population was in crisis.

Friday, May 8, 2015
Workers cut asparagus.

“It’s just so cold,” says asparagus farmer John Poll.

Friday, May 8, 2015
Justin Bartlett of Treske

A former Suffolk schoolboy now supplies his old county’s churches with award-winning furniture – from North Yorkshire. ROBERT BEAUMONT meets up with him.

Friday, May 8, 2015
The team at Growing Places getting ready to work on the new land at Claydon.

Claydon-based enterprise Growing Places is expanding its social business with an extra half acre of land donated by a local company.

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