James Carr, East Anglian DT

James Carr

East Anglian DT

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  • East Anglian DT
  • Ipswich Star
  • Eastern Daily Press
  • Norwich Evening News
  • The New European

Past articles by James:

'We are about entrepreneur first'

Navigating the treacherous waters of the business world can be a daunting task for anyone. → Read More

How Ipswich estate agent has used local knowledge to fight the corporates for 30 years

An Ipswich estate agents is gearing up to celebrate its 30th anniversary. → Read More

Birketts boss Jonathan Agar takes on role at Hopkins Homes

The head of one of the region's biggest law firms has been named as a non-executive director at Hopkins Homes. → Read More

Original Chairman Mao propaganda poster stolen from toilet of The Unruly Pig

A frustrated restaurateur has hit out after a valuable piece of propaganda art was stolen from his pub. → Read More

The Edinburgh Woolen Mill in Ipswich advertising closing down

Ipswich town centre could be in line to lose yet another store. → Read More

Ipswich's former Thomas Cook branch to 'open as soon as possible'

Hays Travel has promised to open Ipswich’s former Thomas Cook branch “as soon as possible”. → Read More

Is this Suffolk cottage the UK's best place to take your dog on holiday?

A dog-friendly Suffolk cottage firm has been recognised as one of the UK's top destinations for those wanting to holiday with their four-legged friends. → Read More

How should your employer behave when you lose a loved one?

Experts are warning businesses a 'one size fits all' approach to dealing with grieving employees is simply not good enough. → Read More

How Suffolk businesses are improving wellbeing in the workplace

Suffolk is looking to secure its position as a leader in workplace wellbeing at an upcoming event. → Read More

EU grant boosts Suffolk drinks firm before Brexit

A Suffolk drinks firm has used a European grant to expand its facilities and invest in a new production line. → Read More

Is this Suffolk petrol station the best in Britain?

A Woodbridge petrol station has been recognised with a national award for constantly going the extra mile. → Read More

Suffolk business expert becomes first woman to lead British Chambers of Commerce

A Suffolk businesswoman has been elected as the new chairman of the British Chamber of Commerce (BCC). → Read More

Wells of Southwold to close down after 33 years

A coastal town is set to lose one of its most unique stores after more than three decades of trading. → Read More

More than 600 Thomas Cook staff given free holiday by Suffolk firm

A Suffolk holiday firm has invited more than 600 former Thomas Cook employees and their families on a seaside getaway. → Read More

Will a no-deal Brexit sink my business?

Business owners across Norfolk and Suffolk would be forgiven for having a pessimistic outlook on life post-Brexit. → Read More

Huge £90m dredging project revealed - this is what it means for ports in Ipswich, Felixstowe and Harwich

Plans for a huge £90m dredging project to increase the depth of Harwich Harbour and support the region's ports for generations to come have been submitted. → Read More

Does Suffolk have a dog poo problem?

For the Suffolk tourism industry October is a special month. → Read More

Ipswich's Mecca Bingo sold to rival

Ipswich's Mecca Bingo has been bought out by a rival firm. → Read More

Argos to relocate Ipswich store

Argos has announced the relocation of one of its Ipswich branches, four months after revealing the store would be shut down. → Read More

Greene King workers threaten strike over 'paltry' pay as £2.7bn takeover approved

Unrest is brewing among Greene King employees after staff were offered a “paltry” pay offer amid a £2.7bn takeover deal. → Read More