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Mildenhall Lodge Care Home.

Mildenhall: ‘Teething problems’ blamed for damning CQC report on Mildenhall Lodge care home

‘Teething problems’ have been blamed for failing to ensure the safety and welfare of residents at Mildenhall Lodge care home after a damning report identified multiple failures.

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Ipswich Crown Court

Sudbury: Wine merchant denies sexually assaulting two men at his Cross Street home

A Sudbury wine merchant sexually assaulted two men after they returned to his house after a night out to celebrate his birthday, it has been alleged.

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Bureaucracy has caused delays to road repairs.

Suffolk: Road privatisation has increased bureaucracy, parishes warn

The privatisation of road repairs has led to delays and frustrations for many Suffolk parishes, county councillors have been warned.

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Care UKs Mildenhall Lodge care home.

Mildenhall: Care UK home open for just two months had enforcement action taken against it after a damning Care Quality Commission report

Enforcement action has been taken against a flagship west Suffolk care home after it was given a damning report by the Care Quality Commission.

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Presentation afternoon for Busy Green Fingers taking place at Moreton Hall Community Centre.

Bury St Edmunds: First awards for youngsters in Busy Green Fingers project

Nurseries and pre-schools in Bury St Edmunds have embraced a new initiative which gets young children gardening.

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Politics See all

Bureaucracy has caused delays to road repairs.

Suffolk: Road privatisation has increased bureaucracy, parishes warn

The privatisation of road repairs has led to delays and frustrations for many Suffolk parishes, county councillors have been warned.

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Business See all

An artist's impression of the proposed development.

Bramford: Former Fisons factory gets green light for major renovation with new jobs and homes to be created

One of the largest listed buildings in Suffolk is to be transformed as part of a major new £20million project which is set to create jobs and provide new homes.

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The construction sector performed better than previously thought during the second quarter of 2014, new figures showed today.

Economy: Growth in second quarter GDP stronger than previously thought

Britain’s economy grew more quickly than previously thought in the second quarter of this year though the start of 2014 was more sluggish, according to revised official figures.

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Menta chief executive Alex Till

Suffolk: Menta study finds 90% of SMEs think face-to-face contact is crucial to growth

An overwhelming majority of small business owners in Suffolk see face-to-face advice and networking as crucial to the future growth of their business, a survey has found.

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Tim Page, who joined the East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA) after working for charities in London and Birmingham.

East Anglia: Ex-East Anglian Air Ambulance boss takes on CAMRA role

The former chief executive of the East Anglian Air Ambulance director has been named as the new chief executive of the Campaign for Real Ale (Camra).

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Joe Fogel of Vaiopak receiving his Nectar award from Karren Brady.

Movers & Shakers: Joe Fogel receives Entrepreneur of the Year award from Karren Brady

Joe Fogel, founder of Essex-based packaging firm VaioPak Ltd, has beaten hundreds of others to win the Entrepreneur of the Year prize at the Nectar Business Small Business Awards 2014, judged by a panel including star of BBC1’s The Apprentice, Karren Brady CBE.

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Environment news

Presentation afternoon for Busy Green Fingers taking place at Moreton Hall Community Centre.

Bury St Edmunds: First awards for youngsters in Busy Green Fingers project

Nurseries and pre-schools in Bury St Edmunds have embraced a new initiative which gets young children gardening.

Read full story »

Features

Keep your licence

Valuable pointer for ‘probationary’ new drivers

Richard Wood, of Keep Your Licence, urges new drivers to take extra care of their licence.

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