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A project which is thought to be the first of its kind in the UK will see students get first hand experience of the construction industry, without having to leave the comfort of their college campus.

A Fred. Olsen staff charity Christmas Craft Fayre and Cake Bake in Ipswich today raised nearly £200 for three local causes, Ipswich Winter Night Shelter, Alzheimer’s Research UK and Apostleship of the Sea.

After its sudden closure left employees jobless before Christmas and residents without a village store, the Rendlesham Costcutter has announced its reopening date after a £40,000 refit.

Pet accessories are all the rage this festive season.

And a couple from Chelmsford, have come up with a range of circus-themed accessories for guinea pigs through their company Haypigs! that tap into the trend for the movie the Greatest Showman too.

Business and retail students from West Suffolk College joined forces with local Bury St Edmunds business Planet Laser to host a special night for students.

A specially designed Christmas card is now on sale to support regional estate agent Durrants’ charity of the year, Clinks Care Farm at Toft Monks near Beccles.

Realise Futures is working within the Ipswich community to provide learning opportunities to improve job skills.

Now they’re high-flying business leaders, but there was a time when these guys were scrawny, nervous teens, eager to impress in their first jobs. We asked local business leaders what valuable skills they picked up from their first experiences of the world of work

New look for opticians window

Saturday, December 8, 2018

Two Colchester Institute students have created a Christmas window for town centre opticians, Bethell and Clark.

Ipswich-based shipping company MSC UK has raised a company-record £30,000 for its 2017-2018 nominated charity of the year, Suffolk Mind.

Some of the 3,000 people employed by BT at Adastral Park could be facing the prospect of looming redundancy this Christmas.

Two of Norfolk and Suffolk’s foremost tourism and hospitality businessmen have become the new president and chairman of the region’s tourism organisation.

Headway Suffolk is inviting businesses to support its building of a new brain injury rehabilitation hub and housing centre in Ipswich by using its Christmas E-Cards in return for a donation.

With retail in the doldrums, stores are going the extra mile to get shoppers through their doors this festive season.

Airport group MAG, operator of Stansted and Manchester Airports, has reported a summer of growth.

Food & farming news

Friday, December 7, 2018

A new competition at the 2019 Suffolk Show is set to enable budding artists from across the county to showcase their work.

Friday, December 7, 2018

Farmers and farming professionals across East Anglia got to grips with the ‘holy trinity of chaos’ facing the industry on Thursday (December 6) at an event in Newmarket.

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Friday, December 7, 2018

Would farmers spend more time and effort ensuring their environmental plots delivered for wildlife if they were only paid on results?

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Tuesday, November 13, 2018

An Ipswich-based law firm operating across the East of England has promoted 35 of its most talented lawyers.

Suffolk Chamber of Commerce

Saturday, December 8, 2018

Now they’re high-flying business leaders, but there was a time when these guys were scrawny, nervous teens, eager to impress in their first jobs. We asked local business leaders what valuable skills they picked up from their first experiences of the world of work