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Essex-based PR agency, Big Wave PR, has won two gold CIPR PRide Awards (Anglia, Thames and Chiltern) for its campaigns with the Royal British Legion’s travel arm, Remembrance Travel.

A Suffolk duo who keep the lights on in their communities through all weathers, has won a special award that recognises.

Fred. Olsen is celebrating the first graduates from its new Women’s Leadership Network course, with a graduation ceremony held at the Woburn Hotel, Bedfordshire.

The team behind a busy Bury St Edmunds letting agency, who are more used to helping their clients move to a new home, are celebrating a move of their own.

At least eight people have secured a job as a direct result of this year’s Tendring Jobs and Careers Fair – while dozens more are in the process of being interviewed.

More than £1million in cash for key projects in north Suffolk has moved a step closer after getting the council’s backing.

It is a new concept in dental care and it is being introduced at Suffolk dental surgeries.

Plans for a new brain injury rehabilitation hub and housing centre in Ipswich have been boosted thanks to some large donations towards the cost of the build.

The Southwold brewery Adnams is seeking damages as the main claimant in a group action lawsuit which was filed this week.

Woodbridge marketing firm, Curzon Marketing, has just moved to larger offices to allow for further expansion and business development.

Newmarket-based Spark, which produces software for electric vehicles, has won a place on a development programme - in Canada.

Essex Chambers of Commerce hosted a lunch with Colchester MP Will Quince to discuss some of the issues and challenges facing businesses in the town.

The meeting to decide whether to allow Stansted to boost its passenger capacity by 8m a year finally came to a nail-biting finish last night, but has left a bitter taste in the mouths of some of those present.

As politicians in the House of Commons debate the latest draft agreement that has been thrashed out negotiators, business leaders in Suffolk and Essex have shared their thoughts on whether they support Mrs May’s proposals or not.

One of Suffolk’s oldest shop workers is celebrating 60 years behind the counter at her family-run newsagents in Debenham.

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Leaders and managers at Suffolk and Norfolk-based land college Easton and Otley have not improved the poor quality of teaching, learning and assessment on study programmes there, a hard-hitting report concludes.

Yesterday, 07:23

Sheep and cattle farming in the UK should be cut by between a fifth and a half to help tackle climate change, a committee led by Suffolk’s Lord Deben says.

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Mon, 08:18

A Suffolk and Norfolk land-based college has been dealt a crushing blow after inspectors rated it “inadequate” for the second year in a row.

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Tue, 19:13

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

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

A ‘committed and able’ food laboratory apprentice has joined the team he works with on a permanent basis after impressing his bosses.

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

A University of Suffolk law student has been chosen to join the Sizewell C nuclear power plant project at Leiston as a legal intern.

Suffolk Chamber of Commerce

Yesterday, 13:57

As politicians in the House of Commons debate the latest draft agreement that has been thrashed out negotiators, business leaders in Suffolk and Essex have shared their thoughts on whether they support Mrs May’s proposals or not.