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The Teapot at Mcginty's Ipswich. Junk Food cafe run by Mischa Pearson and voulnteers.
Pictured Sarah sharlott, kath gosling, mischa Pearson, Adam Ferguson, Anna engstrom

An award-winning pay-what-you-feel cafe which supports dozens of homeless and vulnerable people in Ipswich has been given just three weeks to find a new base.

Thorpeness Country CLub

Business teams wanted for an It’s A Knockout competition

The export roadshow is coming to the Suffolk Show, offering free advice and information for local businesses on June 1 & 2, 2016

Export is Great Roadshow comes to the Suffolk Show

Alan Pain, UK Trade & Investment's regional director for the East of England.

An export drive will be getting into gear at the Suffolk Show tomorrow as part of a nationwide tour.

Former Seven Resourcing apprentices with Ben Gummer MP, from left, Elliot Frost, Mike Wright, Jade Nunn, Jesse Miller, Ben Gummer and George Owen.

Ipswich-based specialist recruitment agency Seven Resourcing has hosted a visit from the town’s MP, Ben Gummer, to showcase the success of its apprenticeship scheme.

Caption: (from left, Sharon Bye - Programme Leader, Nicola McColl - L4 Accounting student (works at Suffolk New College in finance department), Jordan King - L2 Accounting Apprentice (works at Suffolk New College in finance department), Deborah Ablitt - (works at Suffolk New College in finance department) past student L3 Accounting, 
Ryan Howe - L3 Apprentice (works at Suffolk New College in finance department), and Celia Laverick - Accounting Lecturer.

Find out more about careers in a recession-proof profession

Meeting organised by the Institute of Directors about Suffolks burgeoning film industry. Julien Mery, co-founder of Livid Films and director of Film Suffolk, discussed how the creative community in Suffolk is putting the county on the UK and worlds creative industry map. L-R Sarah Brown, Graham Kill, Julien Mery and Old Jet's Jesse Quin.

A group of executives got to see the creative side of Suffolk’s economy at one of the county’s most popular filmmaking locations.

Dance Floor

Ipswich dance night to support local children’s hospice

Oliver Paul, owner of the Suffolk Food Hall, DEFRA Secretary Liz Truss, South Suffolk MP James Cartlidge and Babergh District Councillor Jennie Jenkins meet for an informal meeting on the outcome of the RDPE funding provided for the commercial artisan kitchens in the Cookhouse at the Suffolk Food Hall.

Apprenticeship Levy funding from major supermarket chains and food manufacturers could deliver a boost to skills training for smaller food businesses and farming, a senior Government minister has said during a visit to Suffolk.

New-build utility connections specialist Brookfield Utilities has reported increased annual profits.
Photo: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

Annual profits at Suffolk-based Brookfield Utilities have increased by more than one-third as it continues to add to the number of properties it connects.

Curtis Banks Group chief executive Rupert Curtis (left) with Will Self, managing director of Suffolk Life, outside the company's offices in Princes Street, Ipswich.

Self-invested personal pensions (SIPP) specialist Curtis Banks Group has completed the £45m acquisition of Ipswich-based Suffolk Life from Legal & General (L&G).

Dan Everitt, managing director of MSC UK.

Dan Everitt, managing director at the Mediterranean Shipping Company’s UK headquarters in Ipswich, has been named Multimodal Personality of the Year at a leading industry awards ceremony.

Celebrating the launch of British Airways flights from Stansted Airport are Luke Hayhoe of BA CityFlyer (left) and Andrew Cowan of Stansted Airport with British Airways’ cabin crew Paulina Stasiak (left) and Danielle Bellini.

The first British Airways flights from Stansted Airport will get off to a flying start this weekend with all the summer sun destinations fully booked.

Business viewpoints

Saturday, May 28, 2016
Meeting organised by the Institute of Directors about Suffolks burgeoning film industry. Julien Mery, co-founder of Livid Films and director of Film Suffolk, discussed how the creative community in Suffolk is putting the county on the UK and worlds creative industry map. L-R Sarah Brown, Graham Kill, Julien Mery and Old Jet's Jesse Quin.

A group of executives got to see the creative side of Suffolk’s economy at one of the county’s most popular filmmaking locations.

Steam Punk Pig - Birketts entry for Pigs Gone Wild

Staff at Ipswich-based law firm Birketts are welcoming a new member to the team ahead of the Pigs Gone Wild art trail - Steam Punk Pig.

Sandra Patton, Ashton KCJ

Legally Speaking with Ashtons Legal

Principle of Suffolk New College Dave Muller. Photograph Simon Parker

Town Topis with Ipswich Chamber of Commerce

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”.

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