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A crunch council meeting to decide the fate of a controversial planning application for Stansted Airport has been put back to allow more time for campaigners to raise their objections.

Things have never been better for celebrated Essex premium turkey producer Paul Kelly.

Ten inspiring local women will be offering free ‘speed mentoring’ to the next generation at a festival on Ipswich Waterfront on Saturday, October 6.

Suffolk and Essex beer makers are celebrating success at a regional beer awards.

Hundreds of people across Essex took part in harvest celebrations as the National Harvest Torch came to the county.

An East Anglian farmer has hit out at his MP for ‘failing’ to hold a meeting to discuss the implications of Brexit with his constituents.

An East Anglian retail chain expressed delight after scooping a prestigious industry award for an anti-food waste initiative launched in its stores.

Farmers’ leaders have called for measures to combat volatility following a mixed harvest.

Fundraising in memory of a prominent Suffolk businessman has raised nearly £38K.

The majority of business leaders in East Anglia and the Midlands would welcome a second referendum on Brexit, a survey suggests.

Poultry and pig farms across Suffolk and Norfolk could be hit as animal feed firm workers gear up for possible strike action in the run-up to Christmas, union leaders have warned.

A Suffolk brewery is toasting an award for its alcohol-free beer.

East Anglian farmers and land managers should start preparing their budgets without the direct payment element in order to ready themselves for life post-Brexit, land agents advise following the publication of the government’s much-anticipated and environment-heavy Agriculture Bill this month.

Eating well can be good for society as well as good for our health, delegates at a Suffolk food conference heard.

A bovine TB test developed by a Suffolk firm looks set to be a game-changer in the battle against a disease which has plagued livestock herds all over the world and shows little sign of abating.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is set to play a key role in improving productivity in East Anglian farming as the region fosters improved trade links with countries such as China, delegates at a House of Lords event heard.

Newmarket-based sausage-maker Powters, which hopes to expand nationally, is celebrating a new listing from Tesco.

Pig farmers have warned of a disastrous situation if a Brexit ‘no deal’ prevails.

A farmer-cum-artist based near Saxmundham is holding a craft exhibition until October 7.

Suffolk brewer appoints new boss

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Suffolk brewery St Peter’s has appointed a new managing director.

A keen collector of Fordson tractors, one of which dates back to 1924, is selling them off.

A premium Suffolk chicken brand has featured in a ‘where to eat’ guide for London’s Fashion Week.

Suffolk brewer Greene King has teamed up with West Suffolk College to encourage more people to take up careers in hospitality.

A long-running East Anglian business showcase is set to move back to its old home as a new chairman takes over the reins at the organisation behind it.

A farm that was once home to an East Anglian agricultural machinery entrepreneur is being offered up for sale with a guide price tag of more than £2.1m.

A Suffolk-based animal health products firm with a 120-strong workforce has been snapped up by a company in Carlisle.

A sold-out gala dinner in memory of a ‘larger than life’ Suffolk rugby player who fell ill and died during a match last year has hugely exceeded fundraisers’ expectations.

Early hand tools dating back to the 19th century, rural machinery and a range of other equipment are going up for sale at Haverhill following the death of a farming stalwart last year.

For most people, suicide is far from an easy conversation to have, but with World Suicide Prevention Day taking place earlier this week (Monday, September 10), it is really important to talk about an 
issue that has plagued the farming community for many years and continues to do so today.

A Suffolk dairy farmer said he was “really chuffed” after his cheese-making story provided the inspiration for a plot in the popular BBC Radio 4 soap, The Archers.

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