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Some good news at last for directors

Some good news at last for directors

Some good news at last for directors

16 November 2020

Accountant Keith Senior explains how bosses of small businesses may be able to benefit from changes to the furlough scheme


Supermarket giant to look for another site for second town store after multi-million pound plans withdrawn

Supermarket giant to look for another site for second town store after multi-million pound plans withdrawn

Supermarket giant to look for another site for second town store after multi-million pound plans withdrawn

16 November 2020

A supermarket giant is to look for another site for a second store in a Suffolk town after it withdrew plans for a multi-million pound development.

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Opportunity for East Anglian start-ups to benefit from 'great opportunity'

Opportunity for East Anglian start-ups to benefit from 'great opportunity'

Opportunity for East Anglian start-ups to benefit from 'great opportunity'

15 November 2020

East Anglian start-up companies have been given the opportunity to win entrepreneurship support as part of a year-long ‘virtual membership’.


New recycling centre shortlisted for national award

New recycling centre shortlisted for national award

New recycling centre shortlisted for national award

15 November 2020

The Recycling Centre in Bury St Edmunds may only have been open for less than a year, but it has already won plaudits for its green initiatives.

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Scheme aims to reward town shoppers for showing loyalty

Scheme aims to reward town shoppers for showing loyalty

Scheme aims to reward town shoppers for showing loyalty

14 November 2020

A loyalty shopping scheme has been launched in one Suffolk town to unite businesses and showcase their special offers


‘Our Christmas lights are on but no-one can shop’ - retailer 'devastated' attraction is unable to bring in customers

‘Our Christmas lights are on but no-one can shop’ - retailer 'devastated' attraction is unable to bring in customers

‘Our Christmas lights are on but no-one can shop’ - retailer 'devastated' attraction is unable to bring in customers

14 November 2020

A shop owner who has ploughed thousands of pounds into a Christmas display is ‘devastated’ the attraction is unable to bring in customers.


Award for new NHS site

Award for new NHS site

Award for new NHS site

13 November 2020

The successful opening of the NHS Supply Chain in Suffolk Park has been recognised with an award.


Plans withdrawn for second Aldi supermarket in town which would have created hundreds of jobs

Plans withdrawn for second Aldi supermarket in town which would have created hundreds of jobs

Plans withdrawn for second Aldi supermarket in town which would have created hundreds of jobs

13 November 2020

Plans for a second Aldi supermarket in a town in a multi-million pound development which was set to generate hundreds of jobs have been withdrawn.


Businesses closed due to Covid-19 restrictions could get one of these grants

Businesses closed due to Covid-19 restrictions could get one of these grants

Businesses closed due to Covid-19 restrictions could get one of these grants

13 November 2020

West Suffolk businesses which have closed due to Covid-19 restrictions could be eligible for a grant from a £2.9million fund.


Struggling Caffe Nero to ask landlords for better terms after second lockdown

Struggling Caffe Nero to ask landlords for better terms after second lockdown

Struggling Caffe Nero to ask landlords for better terms after second lockdown

13 November 2020

Bosses at struggling Caffe Nero plan to ask their landlords for better terms after the second lockdown forced the chain into a corner.


Updated: Concerns raised over impact of massive solar farm on Suffolk border

Updated: Concerns raised over impact of massive solar farm on Suffolk border

Updated: Concerns raised over impact of massive solar farm on Suffolk border

11 November 2020

Council bosses have called on developers behind a 2,500-acre solar farm to provide more details amid concerns over its possible impact.


Homebase up for sale again

Homebase up for sale again

Homebase up for sale again

11 November 2020

DIY chain Homebase, which has stores across Suffolk, is being put on sale once again following a recent major overhaul to revive its fortunes.


Norwegian firm signs groundbreaking deal

Norwegian firm signs groundbreaking deal

Norwegian firm signs groundbreaking deal

10 November 2020

A newly-opened business centre at a Suffolk town is to host the first UK office of Norwegian materials testing equipment company.


Christmas Fair cancelled to support national lockdown

Christmas Fair cancelled to support national lockdown

Christmas Fair cancelled to support national lockdown

09 November 2020

Festive event had been planned as an alternative to hugely-popular major annual fayre.


The art of WFH video calling

The art of WFH video calling

The art of WFH video calling

09 November 2020

Working from home? Here are some tips from marketing guru Kim Morrison on how to make your video calls effective.


Thousands of jobs at risk as Edinburgh Woollen Mill and Ponden Home enter administration

Thousands of jobs at risk as Edinburgh Woollen Mill and Ponden Home enter administration

Thousands of jobs at risk as Edinburgh Woollen Mill and Ponden Home enter administration

07 November 2020

Thousands of jobs are at risk after two brands run by the troubled Edinburgh Woollen Mill Group go into administration.


Pub hopes to build momentum towards re-opening in 2021 with launch of pop-up bottle shop

Pub hopes to build momentum towards re-opening in 2021 with launch of pop-up bottle shop

Pub hopes to build momentum towards re-opening in 2021 with launch of pop-up bottle shop

07 November 2020

An independent brewery operating out of a rural pub, which has shut until further notice, says it hopes the launch of a new pop-up shop this week.


Racing Centre launches takeaway from its new look café

Racing Centre launches takeaway from its new look café

Racing Centre launches takeaway from its new look café

07 November 2020

The Racing Centre has launched a takeaway service from its new café - offering a selection of tasty treats over lockdown.


'Enjoy a chat with Pat' - cinema manager offers phone service for lonely and isolated customers

'Enjoy a chat with Pat' - cinema manager offers phone service for lonely and isolated customers

'Enjoy a chat with Pat' - cinema manager offers phone service for lonely and isolated customers

06 November 2020

A popular cinema manager is offering a telephone befriending service to help customers struggling with isolation and loneliness during lockdown.


Companies back Rickshaw to help serve community with new bike

Companies back Rickshaw to help serve community with new bike

Companies back Rickshaw to help serve community with new bike

06 November 2020

A second bike has been acquired by Bury St Edmunds Rickshaw as the charity prepares to make more deliveries in lockdown.


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