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Councillor calls on Sudbury community to campaign to retain Delphi site for industrial use

Councillor calls on Sudbury community to campaign to retain Delphi site for industrial use

Councillor calls on Sudbury community to campaign to retain Delphi site for industrial use

09 August 2019

Plans to sell a large industrial site in Sudbury to a property developer have been described as “a betrayal of the community” by a local councillor.


BREAKING: Bitter blow for Sudbury as Delphi plans to sell to housing developer

BREAKING: Bitter blow for Sudbury as Delphi plans to sell to housing developer

BREAKING: Bitter blow for Sudbury as Delphi plans to sell to housing developer

26 July 2019

Sudbury has been dealt a bitter blow, after Delphi announced plans to sell to a housing developer, meaning hundreds of jobs could be permanently lost.


Commercial scheme better than residential for Delphi site in Sudbury, report finds

Commercial scheme better than residential for Delphi site in Sudbury, report finds

Commercial scheme better than residential for Delphi site in Sudbury, report finds

25 July 2019

A commercial-led development would be the best and most viable use of a soon-to-close major industrial site in Sudbury, a report has concluded.


Quarter of jobs in St Edmundsbury pay less than the real living wage

Quarter of jobs in St Edmundsbury pay less than the real living wage

Quarter of jobs in St Edmundsbury pay less than the real living wage

31 May 2019

New data reveals thousands of workers are paid less than £8.75 an hour.


Rt Revd Graham Usher, 48, announced as Bishop of Norwich

Rt Revd Graham Usher, 48, announced as Bishop of Norwich

Rt Revd Graham Usher, 48, announced as Bishop of Norwich

03 May 2019

It is understood he will become the youngest diocesan bishop in the Church of England


Former head of Haverhill academy sixth form is appointed head of Bury school

Former head of Haverhill academy sixth form is appointed head of Bury school

Former head of Haverhill academy sixth form is appointed head of Bury school

01 May 2019

Imogen Senior previously worked at the Samuel Ward Academy.


Mind the (pay) gap

Mind the (pay) gap

Mind the (pay) gap

22 April 2019

Figures show men are earning an average of 37% more than women.


Debenhams boss 'set to leave' chain

Debenhams boss 'set to leave' chain

Debenhams boss 'set to leave' chain

16 April 2019

The department store is a cornerstone in Bury St Edmunds's arc shopping centre


VIDEO: Looking for a new job? It's our Job Fair TODAY

VIDEO: Looking for a new job? It's our Job Fair TODAY

VIDEO: Looking for a new job? It's our Job Fair TODAY

29 March 2019

Today's the day you could find your dream job at our Job Fair at West Suffolk College


Get along to the Bury Free Press Job Fair to find your dream job

Get along to the Bury Free Press Job Fair to find your dream job

Get along to the Bury Free Press Job Fair to find your dream job

23 March 2019

Make a note: The Bury Free Press Job Fair is at West Suffolk College on Friday, March 29, from 10am to 4pm and entry is free


Independent shop calls on Bury shoppers to be more like tourists

Independent shop calls on Bury shoppers to be more like tourists

Independent shop calls on Bury shoppers to be more like tourists

22 March 2019

In our latest Love Local feature, Bury's own Koti share challenges and opportunities on the high street


Sudbury textiles business W Attwood set to cease trading

Sudbury textiles business W Attwood set to cease trading

Sudbury textiles business W Attwood set to cease trading

07 March 2019

A 125-year-old textiles manufacturer, which made Sudbury its home for almost 50 years, will cease trading next month due to a downturn in finances.


Drinks maker wins approval for revised Boxford factory expansion plans

Drinks maker wins approval for revised Boxford factory expansion plans

Drinks maker wins approval for revised Boxford factory expansion plans

28 February 2019

Revised plans to expand a drinks manufacturing factory near Boxford have been green-lit, despite continued local opposition.


Jobs saved as Fornham Park owners out of administration

Jobs saved as Fornham Park owners out of administration

Jobs saved as Fornham Park owners out of administration

27 February 2019

Fornham Park, at Fornham St Genevieve, contains 27 lodges in parkland which was one part of the Duke of Norfolk's estate


Calls to protect Citizens Advice made to Suffolk County Council

Calls to protect Citizens Advice made to Suffolk County Council

Calls to protect Citizens Advice made to Suffolk County Council

07 February 2019

Divisive cuts to the £368,000 Citizens Advice grant over two years has been put forward by the Conservative administration.


TripStart in Breckland launches to help people into work with transport, training and mentoring

TripStart in Breckland launches to help people into work with transport, training and mentoring

TripStart in Breckland launches to help people into work with transport, training and mentoring

04 February 2019

New pilot project to help people into work runs in Breckland


Greene King sets out new programme for recruitment with report

Greene King sets out new programme for recruitment with report

Greene King sets out new programme for recruitment with report

30 January 2019

A Bury St Edmunds pub company and brewer has announced a new recruitment programme for ex-offenders and training for 20,000 apprentices.


Babergh council pledges support for Philips staff impacted by factory closure in Glemsford in 2020

Babergh council pledges support for Philips staff impacted by factory closure in Glemsford in 2020

Babergh council pledges support for Philips staff impacted by factory closure in Glemsford in 2020

25 January 2019

Babergh District Council has committed to supporting staff at the Philips Avent factory in Glemsford who face redundancy following the site’s closure.


Hundreds of jobs at risk after Philips announces Glemsford factory will shut in 2020

Hundreds of jobs at risk after Philips announces Glemsford factory will shut in 2020

Hundreds of jobs at risk after Philips announces Glemsford factory will shut in 2020

25 January 2019

Hundreds of jobs are at risk of being axed, after one of south Suffolk’s largest employers confirmed it will close its factory in Glemsford.


Jobs preserved at Prolog in Sudbury after administrators complete sale

Jobs preserved at Prolog in Sudbury after administrators complete sale

Jobs preserved at Prolog in Sudbury after administrators complete sale

24 January 2019

The future of at-risk staff at one of Sudbury’s major employers has been preserved, after the administration process led to a buyer being found.


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