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Business surgery: Capital time for investment

12 June 2021
Business surgery: Capital time for investment

Business surgery: Capital time for investment

12 June 2021

Chris Kelly, from Jacobs Allen, has some advice on making use of some new tax incentives.


Business Surgery: A not-so-warm welcome for EU workers

30 May 2021
Business Surgery: A not-so-warm welcome for EU workers

Business Surgery: A not-so-warm welcome for EU workers

30 May 2021

EU Nationals who want to work need the right documents, says Sohan Sidhu, of Ellisons solicitors.


Abbeygate Thoughts: Correcting film’s gender bias

30 May 2021
Abbeygate Thoughts: Correcting film’s gender bias

Abbeygate Thoughts: Correcting film’s gender bias

30 May 2021

Abbeygate Sixth Form College student Ella Gorman reflects on potential inequalities in the film industry.


Are you a winner?

28 May 2021
Are you a winner?

Are you a winner?

28 May 2021

Results from the latest St Nicholas Hospice Lottery draw.


Community Capers: Come and have a ‘joy ride’

23 May 2021
Community Capers: Come and have a ‘joy ride’

Community Capers: Come and have a ‘joy ride’

23 May 2021

Bury St Edmunds Rickshaw is encouraging townsfolk to 'have a go'.


Business Surgery: Positive outlook for employment

22 May 2021
Business Surgery: Positive outlook for employment

Business Surgery: Positive outlook for employment

22 May 2021

CooperLomaz's Lydia Barker says the jobs market is warming up as we come out of lockdown.


Business Surgery: Don't 'pretend and extend'

18 May 2021
Business Surgery: Don't 'pretend and extend'

Business Surgery: Don't 'pretend and extend'

18 May 2021

As we come out of lockdown, Chris Kelly, of Jacobs Allen, advises business owners to ask for help.


Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s Lackford Lakes is transforming with springtime arrivals. Sophie Mayes tells us what we can expect to see and hear. . .

16 May 2021
Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s Lackford Lakes is transforming with springtime arrivals. Sophie Mayes tells us what we can expect to see and hear. . .

Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s Lackford Lakes is transforming with springtime arrivals. Sophie Mayes tells us what we can expect to see and hear. . .

16 May 2021

This month sees lots of new arrivals at the nature reserve for visitors to discover


Business Surgery: Networking and the 'new normal'

16 May 2021
Business Surgery: Networking and the 'new normal'

Business Surgery: Networking and the 'new normal'

16 May 2021

Financial adviser Sharon Mattheus on the importance of creating strong networks as we come out of lockdown.


Major holiday home firm announces new facility

14 May 2021
Major holiday home firm announces new facility

Major holiday home firm announces new facility

14 May 2021

Holiday home and lodge firm Omar Group has announced a new production facility.


Business Surgery: Breathing Space for tenants in trouble

09 May 2021
Business Surgery: Breathing Space for tenants in trouble

Business Surgery: Breathing Space for tenants in trouble

09 May 2021

A new scheme gives tenants extra protection, says Nigel Maguire, of Ashtons Legal.


Suffolk County Council elections: Conservatives take all but one of the West Suffolk seats

07 May 2021
Suffolk County Council elections: Conservatives take all but one of the West Suffolk seats

Suffolk County Council elections: Conservatives take all but one of the West Suffolk seats

07 May 2021

The Conservative dominated the West Suffolk results for seats on Suffolk County Council today.


Competition: Name park's new panda and win parking permits

07 May 2021
Competition: Name park's new panda and win parking permits

Competition: Name park's new panda and win parking permits

07 May 2021

Bury St Edmunds' Nowton Park has a new resident and you have the chance to name it.


Abbeygate Thoughts: Have tiers resulted in tears?

02 May 2021
Abbeygate Thoughts: Have tiers resulted in tears?

Abbeygate Thoughts: Have tiers resulted in tears?

02 May 2021

Bury St Edmunds sixth former Libby Vooght looks at how the pandemic has affected relationships.


Business Surgery: Fraud checks will delay tax repayments

02 May 2021
Business Surgery: Fraud checks will delay tax repayments

Business Surgery: Fraud checks will delay tax repayments

02 May 2021

Mark Baker, from Jacobs Allen, warns taxpayers to look out for genuine letters from the revenue.


Rescue charity reflects on 49 years of serving Suffolk

30 April 2021
Rescue charity reflects on 49 years of serving Suffolk

Rescue charity reflects on 49 years of serving Suffolk

30 April 2021

The Suffolk Accident Rescue Service is celebrating its 49th anniversary.


Just over £1 million will buy you this substantial manor house in Suffolk

27 April 2021
Just over £1 million will buy you this substantial manor house in Suffolk

Just over £1 million will buy you this substantial manor house in Suffolk

27 April 2021

This six-bedroom Thurston property has been extended and renovated while keeping many period features.


Culture: Suffolk Owl Sanctuary's education officer Susan Jones tells us what’s been happening during lockdown and celebrates being able to welcome back visitors

25 April 2021
Culture: Suffolk Owl Sanctuary's education officer Susan Jones tells us what’s been happening during lockdown and celebrates being able to welcome back visitors

Culture: Suffolk Owl Sanctuary's education officer Susan Jones tells us what’s been happening during lockdown and celebrates being able to welcome back visitors

25 April 2021

Read about new aviaries, virtual lessons for schools and groups and the rescue of a very old Barn Owl named Grandad


Scamming: What to look out for

25 April 2021
Scamming: What to look out for

Scamming: What to look out for

25 April 2021

Green Duck's David Buist has some tips on how to spot online scams.


Market traders among smaller businesses to be helped from grants

19 April 2021
Market traders among smaller businesses to be helped from grants

Market traders among smaller businesses to be helped from grants

19 April 2021

Businesses could still receive financial help with a share of a pledged £1.8m.