Suffolk Chamber News
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The Morrisons supermarkets in Ipswich and Felixstowe will raise money for St Elizabeth Hospice as part of their charity of the year campaign.
News from The Travel Cinic Ipswich and Cambridge
Countries in Africa & Asia are reporting several outbreaks of Cholera disease, diarrhoea & dysentery.
Suffolk based Website design and development company netXtra have again consolidated their reputation for delivering market-leading content managed membership websites with another prestigious launch for the British Institute of Innkeeping (BII).
New advice from The Travel Clinic Ipswich and Cambridge. South Africans fear that Yellow Fever could be brought into the country by the thousands of football fans expected over the next month.
West Nile virus is causing problems in South Africa, this is a mosquito borne disease wich can affect any mammal, from cows to humans.
It is a particularly nasty flu like illness picked up from eating rare beef or mosquito bites.
netXtra launch a new charity website for Revolving Doors Agency - a website which has already become the organisation's most effective tool for promoting online campaigns, sharing solutions, ideas and contacts.
An award-winning creative agency has designed five in-carriage tube panels as part of a multi-platform marketing campaign.
Spring, based in Southwold, designed the ‘Suffolk Breaks’ campaign to promote the area for investment and tourism opportunities.
As a reminder, many of our travellers are stranded in malaria areas, and are running out of malaria tablets.
Also, Roll Back Malaria announces World Malaria Day on 25th April 2010.