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Will Oakes, a partner at Attwells Solicitors, student
Louise Flores and
David Baldry, Course Leader for BA (Hons) Fine Art at UCS

Louise’s townscape design chosen by Attwells Solicitors

Avanti supports CLIC Sargent charity

Networking group getting Muddy and wiggy for young cancer patients

Tom Boother is running from Land's End to John O'Groats in aid of EACH and Great Ormond Street. Marquis Suffolk is lending Tom a motorhome for him to sleep in during the challenge.

Tom’s charity challenge - running 816 miles from Land’s End to John O’Groats

Mark Thomas, MD of Coderus

Innovative Google I/O Extended 2016 event to be held at Adastral Park

Luke Myers who became Greene King's 1,000th apprentice of 2015.

Pubs and brewing group Greene King has formed a partnership with the Prince’s Trust to help unemployed young people find work.

Nicola Corbett of EDF Energy.

Budding entrepreneurs from Woodbridge School have been crowned as winners in the 2016 Suffolk Young Enterprise contest.

A new range of grants have been made to local good causes.
The picture shows(L to R): James Hopkins, Annie Munson, Centre Manager of Bury Women’s Aid, and Selina Hopkins.

 James and Selina visted a number of causes throughout Suffolk last week, including the Bury Women’s Aid.

Could your local project benefit from a community grant?

Brett Bayliss of JM Finn.

Investment management firm JM Finn & Co is set to consolidate its two offices in East Anglia.

From left, Ginny Idehen, the new chair of Suffolk Business Women, Lina Hogg, the former chair, and  Amanda Ankin. head of chamber services at Suffolk Chamber of Commerce.

The new chair of the Suffolk Business Women (SBW) networking group has praised her predecessor for her achievements.

One of Siemens' 7MW wind turbines, of the kind to be installed as part of the East Anglia One offshore wind farm project.

ScottishPower Renewables has awarded what is thought to be Europe’s largest single-project wind turbine contract, with the development of the giant East Anglia One offshore wind farm having cleared its final hurdle.

Roy Holloway, chairman of Parkside Warehousing and Transport, with the company's nine new trucks.

Regional DAF truck dealership Chassis Cab has delivered a fleet of new vehicles together worth nearly £1million to family-owned logistics business Parkside Warehousing and Transport.

William H Brown new branch opening, 33 Woodbridge Road East, Ipswich with deputy mayor of Ipswich Bill Quinton and regional director Ian Fry

Grand opening for William H Brown in east Ipswich

Updated:Austin Reed follows BHS into administration

Tuesday, April 26, 2016
Austin Reed is expected to go into administration.
Photo: Katie Collins/PA Wire

Nearly 1,200 high street jobs are under threat after the appointment of administrators at Austin Reed – just a day after the collapse into administration of department stores chain BHS.

Business viewpoints

Wednesday, April 6, 2016
Don and Joan Leeke from Lakenheath are celebrating their 70th wedding anniversary.

Celebrating their 70th anniversary today, Don and Joan Leeke can still remember the very first words Don said to his future wife - “Give us a chip”.

Dave Muller

Town Topics with Ipswich Chamber of Commerce

Staff at Haven Power present a cheque for more than £7,500 to the Alzheimer's Society - Gemma Baker, Ferdousi Ahmed, Mussara Jabeen (Alzheimers Society), Jonathan Kini, Jamie Greening and Sally Hope

A Suffolk family has described the support of their colleagues as “mind blowing” after more than £7,500 was raised for the Alzheimer’s Society in a series of fundraising events.

Carole Watts of Ashton KCJ

Legally Speaking with Ashton KCJ

BT Adastral Park, Ipswich.

Telecoms giant BT is to create more than 100 new apprenticeship and graduate jobs in the region under a fresh recruitment drive.

Injured in a road collision?

Thursday, January 21, 2016
Police reopened the road at 7.15pm

Legally Speaking with Ashton KCJ

HSBC Ipswich

Encouraging messages designed to help customers resist spending splurges are being sent to HSBC customers who are trialling the new Nudge app.

Regeneration expert Jackie Sadek, speaking at Ipswich conference 2015

Urban regeneration expert, Jackie Sadek, speaks of her excitement about our town’s future, and accredits council and businesses with “doing all the right things”.

Richard Foyster, Ashton KCJ

Legally Speaking with Ashton KCJ

Natalie Moloney, of Woodbridge events firm Pink Lemonade Productions.

An entrepreneur is up for a fifth business award since her event planning company launched last year.

Paul Clement, chief executive of Ipswich Central

Town Topics with Ipswich Central

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David Vincent

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