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Santa donned his hard-hat as his new two-tonne grotto was lowered into its magical new home at a former Ipswich church - thanks to a Sheppard.

A new Suffolk chamber of commerce branch has been launched - in the heart of the county.

The last bruising decade has meant some ups - and a good deal of downs - for Britain's high streets, whose existence have been threatened by online shopping and rising rates and rents.

A Stowmarket-based manufacturer is celebrating after its products qualified for a prestigious marque for British makers.

The former Toys R Us store at Copdock Mill Interchange could be set for a new lease of life - with discussions under way over its future.

Essex businesses have proved impervious to Brexit uncertainty - with 2019 proving to be one of their most stable in recent years - an annual health check suggests.

We make unique and innovative cycling tools. Our first product, Rehook, is the original tool to get your chain back on your bike.

They are popular eateries on the east coast dedicated to serving traditional fish and chips.

Holden Timber Engineering, which makes roof trusses for the house building industry, has moved to a £1.5m purpose-built factory at Claydon.

A £6m turnover Ipswich recruitment firm hit by bad debt, tax bills and a court bill, coupled with declining turnover and profit, has gone into liquidation.

Labour's ambitious plan to roll out free, universal full-fibre broadband across the country has come under fire from an alternative network provider.

It was a tight squeeze for Fred. Olsen's Braemar as it made history by becoming the largest ship to navigate the Corinth Canal.

Baking is back in fashion, Now cake maker Rachel Halls is aiming to delight the taste buds with her second shop.

A new Subway store is set to open its doors next month.

Grant funding for independent businesses in Ipswich town centre is being made available in a bid to encourage more people to use the high street.

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Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Tina Townsend said she was very proud as she was re-elected as chair of Witham Chamber of Commerce at the chamber's annual general meeting on October 29 for the fourth year in a row. Tina said: "I'm delighted to be re-elected as the chair and humbled members have faith in me to head up the chamber again for another year. I'm very proud of what the chamber has and continues to achieve for local businesses."

Suffolk Chamber of Commerce

A new Suffolk chamber of commerce branch has been launched - in the heart of the county.