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Workers are flown in from Romania to work on fen farms

Workers are flown in from Romania to work on fen farms

Workers are flown in from Romania to work on fen farms

29 April 2020

Farming giant G’s Fresh has flown in more than 100 people from Romania to work at its Soham operation just weeks after appealing for local staff.


MP says prospects for workers at Delphi and Philips 'more positive than many expected'

MP says prospects for workers at Delphi and Philips 'more positive than many expected'

MP says prospects for workers at Delphi and Philips 'more positive than many expected'

28 February 2020

South Suffolk MP James Cartlidge stated those who have already been made redundant have been successful in finding alternative employment in the area.


Tesco to cut 1,800 jobs nationwide as chain revamps bakery departments

Tesco to cut 1,800 jobs nationwide as chain revamps bakery departments

Tesco to cut 1,800 jobs nationwide as chain revamps bakery departments

25 February 2020

Staff working in the bakery department of the Tesco Superstore in Sudbury could be facing the threat of redundancy.


Aldi reveals plans to open second supermarket in Bury St Edmunds

Aldi reveals plans to open second supermarket in Bury St Edmunds

Aldi reveals plans to open second supermarket in Bury St Edmunds

06 January 2020

The new store is part of latest proposals for a business park which could create up to 200 jobs.


37 jobs at risk at Newmarket's historic Rutland Arms as it shuts for a multi-million pound refurbishment

37 jobs at risk at Newmarket's historic Rutland Arms as it shuts for a multi-million pound refurbishment

37 jobs at risk at Newmarket's historic Rutland Arms as it shuts for a multi-million pound refurbishment

18 December 2019

The High Street hotel has recently won planning permission to renovate the listed part of the complex and re-build the annexe in Palace Street.


Unison welcomes reassurance for jobs at Ormiston Academies Trust

Unison welcomes reassurance for jobs at Ormiston Academies Trust

Unison welcomes reassurance for jobs at Ormiston Academies Trust

11 December 2019

The withdrawal of staff restructuring proposals at an academy chain, which includes Ormiston Sudbury Academy, has been welcomed by trade unionists.


Mothercare stores in Ipswich and Norwich to close

Mothercare stores in Ipswich and Norwich to close

Mothercare stores in Ipswich and Norwich to close

06 November 2019

The high street giant warned earlier this week it was expected to make the move, which puts some 2,500 jobs at risk.


Mothercare stores in Ipswich and Norwich to close

Mothercare stores in Ipswich and Norwich to close

Mothercare stores in Ipswich and Norwich to close

05 November 2019

High street giant Mothercare has slumped into administration with all stores set to close.


Unison criticises Ormiston Academies Trust over potential cuts to school support staff

Unison criticises Ormiston Academies Trust over potential cuts to school support staff

Unison criticises Ormiston Academies Trust over potential cuts to school support staff

01 November 2019

But the academy chain says it is irresponsible and entirely wrong to suggest it would compromise on health and safety.


West Suffolk College programme helps young people back into education and employment

West Suffolk College programme helps young people back into education and employment

West Suffolk College programme helps young people back into education and employment

11 October 2019

The One Step Closer programme launched this summer to identify and support 16 to 25-year-olds not in education, employment or training (NEET).


Travel firm to buy old Thomas Cook shops

Travel firm to buy old Thomas Cook shops

Travel firm to buy old Thomas Cook shops

09 October 2019

Workers have been given new hope, after a buyer was found for all of the shops shut by the collapse of the travel operator.


Students sample world of work at careers day in Sudbury

Students sample world of work at careers day in Sudbury

Students sample world of work at careers day in Sudbury

08 October 2019

Dozens of organisations gathered to shed light on potential career opportunities for students at a public event in Sudbury.


Record-breaking show takes a ‘quantum leap’

Record-breaking show takes a ‘quantum leap’

Record-breaking show takes a ‘quantum leap’

04 October 2019

Emma Bridgewater is keynote speaker at annual event.


'World first' tomato greenhouses - bigger than O2 Arena - with one near Bury St Edmunds to create 360 jobs

'World first' tomato greenhouses - bigger than O2 Arena - with one near Bury St Edmunds to create 360 jobs

'World first' tomato greenhouses - bigger than O2 Arena - with one near Bury St Edmunds to create 360 jobs

03 October 2019

Construction has started at farmland sites on the ‘world first low carbon’ developments.


THOMAS COOK COLLAPSE: Sudbury community rallies around staff who lost jobs

THOMAS COOK COLLAPSE: Sudbury community rallies around staff who lost jobs

THOMAS COOK COLLAPSE: Sudbury community rallies around staff who lost jobs

26 September 2019

The Sudbury community has rallied around former staff of the local Thomas Cook travel agency, who suddenly found themselves out of work this week.


THOMAS COOK COLLAPSE: Jobs lost in Sudbury as travel firm ceases trading

THOMAS COOK COLLAPSE: Jobs lost in Sudbury as travel firm ceases trading

THOMAS COOK COLLAPSE: Jobs lost in Sudbury as travel firm ceases trading

23 September 2019

Thomas Cook has stopped trading nationwide after 178 years, after talks to try and secure a last-minute rescue deal failed overnight.


Prolog announces plans to double Sudbury workforce by creating 100 new jobs

Prolog announces plans to double Sudbury workforce by creating 100 new jobs

Prolog announces plans to double Sudbury workforce by creating 100 new jobs

20 September 2019

Prolog has confirmed it will significantly expand operations at its contact centre in the town, which will result in the creation of 100 new jobs.


Babergh leader voices preference for keeping Delphi site in Sudbury for industrial use

Babergh leader voices preference for keeping Delphi site in Sudbury for industrial use

Babergh leader voices preference for keeping Delphi site in Sudbury for industrial use

20 August 2019

Babergh's leader believes the Delphi site should remain as employment land, but added the council is open to any lawful applications for the site.


Sudbury business network to launch scheme for new start-ups in wake of Delphi closure

Sudbury business network to launch scheme for new start-ups in wake of Delphi closure

Sudbury business network to launch scheme for new start-ups in wake of Delphi closure

19 August 2019

A Sudbury-based networking group hopes to help new small businesses find their feet with a new scheme launching next month.


Employment development behind retail park could create 140 jobs

Employment development behind retail park could create 140 jobs

Employment development behind retail park could create 140 jobs

16 August 2019

Outline plans submitted to West Suffolk Council.


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