Thursday, September 21, 2017
Suffolk County Council

Business owners in east Suffolk are being encouraged to take advantage of a free energy support initiative which increases efficiency and reduces running costs.

A Lowestoft-based holiday company is celebrating after winning two coveted industry awards.

A micro-brewery has collected a clutch of medals for the taste of its beers at an international competition.

Steve Magnall

A decision to begin designing its own products could pay off for a Loddon engineering firm after it agreed a partnership with Big Six energy supplier E.on.

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Businesses are being invited to enter this year’s Suffolk Chamber of Commerce business awards for Lowestoft and Waveney.

The prominent site of Lowestoft’s former Bhs department store remains empty a year after its closure.

A popular Lowestoft theme park has revealed plans to make better use of its facilities throughout the year.

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Turnover has risen at an East Anglian brewery but profits have fallen due to the closure and redevelopment of its hotel.

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The region’s breweries are seeing low and non-alcoholic versions of their beers grow more popular as drinkers cut down on booze in favour of healthier options.

Steve Magnall

As more people move away from alcoholic drinks the market for non-alcoholic drinks is rising and the region’s breweries are aiming not to be left behind.

Steve Magnall

After 17 years a garden centre and cafe is aiming to bloom as it opens a second store – creating more than 15 jobs.

Tea dances are back on the calendar at a community centre after a local firm stepped in to donate some vital equipment.

Ground investigation works have been carried out as the final editions are made to Lowestoft’s third crossing plans.

Peter Aldous

A Suffolk brewer is raising a glass after securing a deal to sell its beers in Canada.


A joinery business is set to close unless a buyer can be found.

Suffolk construction firm Jackson Civil Engineering has been awarded the contract for the long-awaited £7m Beccles Southern Relief Road.

Suffolk County Council

Norfolk’s countryside is now home to more so-called ‘mega-farms’ than anywhere else in the country thanks to a boom in intensive poultry production, we can reveal today.

Environment Agency

A Beccles-based manufacturer has helped to net a world record after answering an unusual commission for a football match being played at 15,000 ft.


An iconic building on Lowestoft’s seafront has been given a new lease of life.

A fishing tackle retailer is hoping to reel in £9m when it floats on the stock exchange.

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A retired GP who realised her dream of opening a jewellery shop after 35 years is breaking even after just eight months.


While many exhibitors at the Norfolk Show focused on the county’s heritage, one company was demonstrating the possibilities modern technology could give its homeowners.


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It was an emotional day as a popular sportsman was fondly remembered by his former teammates, friends and family.

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Friday, September 22, 2017

People with an interest in the health service are invited to NHS Great Yarmouth and Waveney Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG)’s annual general meeting to hear more about the care which is provided locally.

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Wednesday, September 13, 2017

The family of a 23-year-old Beccles footballer who was killed in a car crash has paid tribute.

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Patients are dying at higher than expected rates at two Norfolk hospitals, according to a measure which NHS chiefs say should be used as a “smoke alarm” for safety.

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Clinks Care Farm at Toft Monks, near Beccles, has been welcoming people under its ground-breaking scheme ‘farming on prescription’ since October last year.

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