October 23 2014 Latest news:
OLIVER HOLLOWAY, partner at Clarke and Simpson, gives his view on the land market
An industry-led apprenticeship scheme encouraging young people into careers in agriculture is celebrating its 300th placement.
Generous party goers to the Suffolk Agricultural Association’s (SAA) summer ball raised more than £30,000 which has been distributed between three regional charities.
A farming conservation body is urged farmers to plough on with their Entry Level Stewardship (ELS) schemes despite funding cuts.
Christmas tree growers from around the UK are bidding for the chance to present the tree which will take pride of place at the official residence of the Prime Minister this festive season.
Farming is a major industry in East Anglia, with agricultural issues impacting on the lives of residents right across the region.
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Environment secretary Liz Truss has come under fire after hitting out at large-scale solar farms.
Jonathan Agar joined Ipswich-based law firm Birketts as chief executive in 2013 in its 150th anniversary year. Sarah Chambers caught up with him to get his thoughts after a year at the helm.
Agri-Tech Week 2014 aims to show how farming, science and technology can combine to improve production and competitiveness.
Suffolk County Council this year announced a shake-up of its county farms. Now it is launching a support package for potential applicants seeking tenancies on the County Farms Estate. SARAH CHAMBERS spoke to councillor James Finch, who has been leading the initiative.
East Anglian law firm Birketts is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its Norwich office. Business editor Ben Woods caught up with chief executive Jonathan Agar to find out more about the firm’s rich history.