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The first direct route from London Stansted to the southern Norwegian city of Kristiansand have just launched.

The owner of a long-standing Suffolk brewery claims the market for real ales is “saturated”, and has decided to restructure his business to focus instead on vegan and gluten free beers and events.

The market for vegan and gluten-free beers is still relatively small, but is expected to grow as millenials become increasingly concerned about what they eat and drink.

From a musician wearing a top hat to an armchair with dolphin arms - what is your favourite item?

A firm which employs 200 staff is the latest company to move to Riduna Park in Melton.

More than £800K has been invested in improving the Bury St Edmunds branch of Jewson.

Local business leaders are invited to hear the fascinating story behind one of Suffolk’s most iconic brands, Aspall Cyder.

Barry Chevallier Guild, former chairman of Aspall Cyder, will be guest speaker at the Ipswich Suffolk Business Club lunch on Thursday 6 September, hosted by Milsoms at Kesgrave Hall. Corporate supporters of the Ipswich Suffolk Business Club events are Milsoms, Genesis PR and Greene King.

When people question the purpose behind Charlie Dalton’s company, which manufactures annexes and garden rooms and delivers the finished product to your door, he has a standard reply: “You wouldn’t buy a car if it was built in your back garden, so why buy a building that’s made there?”

Following the Grenfell Tower tragedy, the managing director of a Suffolk-based manufacturer of safety and access products claims that consideration given by architects, contractors and building owners to fire safety “has never been greater,” but there is still work that can be done to prevent such an accident happening in the future.

A diver returning to his family home in Essex has spoken of his immense pride in helping to rescue 12 boys and their assistant football coach from a cave in Thailand.

People living in Ipswich have been reacting to the news that the town’s Homebase store has been earmarked for closure.

Items from the collection of music legend Sir Rod Stewart are to be sold in Essex next month.

A Suffolk firm of chartered insurance brokers and financial advisers has announced the successful completion of a management buy-out.

London Stansted Airport saw a record-breaking month, with more than 2.7 million passengers travelling through the airport in July as the summer holiday season got underway.

The Suffolk Chamber of Commerce in Lowestoft and Waveney Business Awards, which celebrate the best in the business world that the area has to offer, are now open for entries.

Felixstowe-based Maritime Transport, one of the largest privately-owned multi-modal transport businesses in the UK, has become the latest company to join Suffolk Chamber of Commerce.

A financial services company with offices in Ipswich, Diss, Colchester and Cambridge is starting a new chapter in its 99 year-old history by giving it’s brand a makeover.

A financial services company with offices in Ipswich, Diss, Colchester and Cambridge is starting a new chapter in its 99-year history by giving its brand a makeover.

Kings Coaches, an Essex-based coach trip operator, has invested in a new £280,000 coach as part of its efforts to comply with low-emission regulations set by the EU.

The ‘Scrutton’ in the financial services company Scrutton Bland dates back to the partnership of Alfred Scrutton and Francis Goodchild, who founded the firm in 1919 to help men returning from the Great War with their tax worries.

A architect firm is supporting an appeal to breathe new life into an ancient building in Colchester.

Asher Bennett is fast gaining a reputation as ‘Essex’s Elon Musk’, and its not hard to see why.

As it celebrate its 20th anniversary, a family-run business which offers hearing care services from 25 centres across Suffolk and Norfolk is embarking on an ambitious expansion plan.

Independent businesses in Suffolk are speaking out as new research reveals organisations are spending £6.3billion nationally to plug a skills shortage.

Haulage firm Cargologic, which specialises in deliveries from East Anglia to the rest of the UK, has underlined the importance of the haulage sector after the UK’s exit from the European Union.

A new one-day conference and trade show to bring together festival organisers, suppliers and partners from the East of England has been announced. The East Anglian Festival Network (EAFN) Show 2018 is free to attend for local festival organisers, event managers and operation/logistics managers working in the event sector.

Suffolk’s tourism trade has seen an upsurge in business lately, according to the latest business confidence monitor by Visit Suffolk.

John Banks Group has issued a ‘knobbly knee alert.’

A construction firm in Suffolk is going into voluntary liquidation owing more than £1million to a long list of creditors.

Braintree-headquartered logistics company Xpediator has appointed Clarke Willmott to advise on their £12m buyout of the warehousing business Import Services (ISL).

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