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A Suffolk care farm and animal shelter is just a few days from being left homeless after failing to find a new site.

Festive farm workers and visiting teams battled it out in the strawberry fields to harvest the heaviest crop of a tiny fruit delicacy grown in Essex.

The owners of a farm shop enterprise which has played a key role in an agricultural education event for high school students have been praised for their efforts.

An Ipswich-based cruise line firm is planning a fleet get-together at the port of Cádiz in Spain to celebrate its 170th year.

Anglian Water said it was ‘on its game’ as other water companies were singled out for criticism by the industry watchdog for their response to the ‘Beast from the East’ Arctic blast in February and March which left thousands of customers without water.

A Suffolk engineer has been elected as the first female regional chair of the Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE).

Organisers of a Suffolk farm event aimed at encouraging teenagers to consider a career in farming or learn more about agriculture are celebrating one of their best years yet.

Farmers’ leaders have criticised government for limiting farming subsidy bridging payments to a select group.

An Essex department store is hosting a gin bar featuring fruit liqueurs from a celebrated jam maker based in the county.

Tendring Show-goers will be celebrating the magic of farming this year as growers reveal the hi-tech techniques which help them to produce the best crops.

A Suffolk brewer and pubs owner has welcomed a decision by the Welsh National Assembly to introduce a new law raising the cost of cheap, strong alcohol and urged the Westminster government to follow its lead.

The number of European Union (EU) workers coming to East Anglia to take up jobs has fallen since Brexit, official figures suggest, prompting fears of looming gaps in the regional workforce.

The number of direct flights on offer at Stansted Airport has soared, according to a report.

Essex financial advisers Fiducia Wealth Management has appointed a new managing director.

Catering students from Hackney will be heading to Suffolk for a special farm-based cookery course.

A firm of financial advisers is celebrating after making it onto the shortlist for three separate Money Marketing Awards.

A Leiston food firm is offering an energy boost to a team of cyclists taking part in a six-day charity ride from Aberystwyth, in Wales, to Aldeburgh, starting on Monday, June 25.

Retail chain Marks and Spencer has confirmed the closure of its Newmarket store with the loss of 38 jobs.

Train operator Greater Anglia says its performance across its East Anglia routes in May was “good” and it expects to see further improvements in the coming weeks and months.

More than 2,500 visitors descended on Wilkin & Sons’ Tiptree fruit farm to enjoy the strawberries during Open Farm Sunday on June 16.

Essex schoolchildren learnt about the value of local produce at an event organised by the East of England Co-op.

A Suffolk park which was once the playground of kings is being offered up for sale with a guide price of £2.5m.

An independent report commissioned by supermarket giant Tesco suggests it makes an economic contribution of nearly £4.4bn to the East of England over a 12 month period.

Colchester’s business enterprise agency Colbea is offering subsidised leadership training to small and medium-sized enterprises in Essex.

More long-haul routes have boosted passenger numbers at Stansted Airport to record levels, figures reveal.

A marketing firm is targeting growth as it celebrates its first 10 years in business.

The East of England saw unemployment fall by 16,000 between February and April as the number of people in work across the UK remained at record levels.

Audit, tax and consulting firm RSM has become a patron of Suffolk Chamber of Commerce.

East Anglian vineyard owners are toasting the region’s best wines after a record number of entries at an annual event.

An Essex fruit grower and jam maker fears that Brexit could put its UK growing operation in jeopardy unless politicians agree to reinstate a seasonal agricultural workers scheme to give it access to a reliable workforce.

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