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A ground-breaking project to deliver 10 new care homes for Suffolk people has scooped the top award at a prestigious health and social care event.

A regional chartered accountants said the future “looks bright” after acquiring an Ipswich business with a similar ethos.

Around 75 local firms attended a “very positive” business breakfast on Tuesday, June 20, in Harwich showcasing the £1.5bn Galloper wind farm project under construction off the Suffolk coast.

Shipspotters gathered along the approach to the Port of Felixstowe to welcome the arrival of the world’s biggest container ship, which can carry more than 21,000 20ft containers.

The boss of a call centre services business has become the new president of Suffolk Chamber,

An Ipswich-based marketing agency is celebrating after scooping an award for its digital marketing efforts.

A new Suffolk drone company is off to a flying start after securing exploration projects for two East Anglian firms.

More than 200 young women from across Suffolk and Norfolk took part in an inspirational event aimed at encouraging them into a career in engineering today.

A Suffolk engineering firm operating in the aerospace, defence and industrial sectors is gearing up for growth after acquiring another British company.

Anglian Water boss Peter Simpson has scooped the coveted Highest Rated Chief Executive Office (CEO) award from Glassdoor, one of the world’s largest job sites.

Businesses are set to get in on the act today as residents across the county celebrate the first-ever Suffolk Day.

A loss-making Suffolk flour mill has been bought out of administration in a pre-pack deal, saving all 16 jobs at the plant.

Dream On, a charity created by ex-Royal Sun Alliance boss Bridget McIntyre to help women to achieve their potential at work and in life, is celebrating a move to a new home in Eye. SARAH CHAMBERS reports.

A Suffolk-based farm machinery maker launched a new weed hoe product at the Cereals event in Lincolnshire earlier this month.

Four experienced solicitors have become partners at Essex law firm Birkett Long.

Any ban on glyphosate, a commonly-used weed killer, could cost British farmers around £1bn a year, a report has warned.

Incoming environment secretary Michael Gove has been urged to provide certainty to the UK farming industry as the country gears up for Brexit talks.

Essex farmer and National Farmers’ Union vice president Guy Smith is set to argue against a ban on weed killer glyphosate at an event in June

A malted ingredients firm has taken delivery of two new lorries and trailers.

Wildlife charity the RSPB will be showcasing its efforts to save farmland birds as it takes part in activities and opens up its own farm in Cambridgeshire as part of Open Farm Sunday tomorrow.

An inspirational event bringing together primary school children from all over Essex took place at Writtle University College this week. Sarah Chambers was at Essex Agricultural Association’s 10th Essex Schools Food and Farming Day.

Farmland prices in the east of England have dipped slightly in 2017, according to land agents.

Agriculture and other industry sectors were warned that judges are handing out higher sentences for breaches of health and safety law at an event organised by an East Anglian legal practice this week.

Farmers’ leaders said they would work with “whoever is in power” to promote the interests of British farming as the Conservative majority was wiped out in Thursday’s general election.

The July Racecourse in Newmarket is set to play host to a fundraising Gala Race Day for the Animal Health Trust (AHT) on Saturday, June 10, as the charity celebrates its 75th anniversary.

The world’s first commercially successful self-propelled combine harvester features in a new DVD documentary created by a Suffolk agricultural journalist.

Southwold brewer Adnams has lowered the alcohol still further in one of its beers to create a version with an abv of 0.9%.

Essex schoolchildren created a colourful array of unusual scarecrows to mark the 10th anniversary of a fun annual event aimed at helping them to understand the link between farming and the food they eat.

A lawyer and an accountant with more than 60 years’ experience combined have joined forces to help resolve potentially costly disputes.

East Anglian law firm Birketts has helped a pioneering technology start-up to secure £5m in funding from new investors.

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