September 22 2014 Latest news:
The charitable organisation which runs the Suffolk Show, the county’s biggest annual event, is undergoing a major structural change.
A low carbon farm near Ipswich where more than 50 households produce their own food is opening its gates to the public.
A drinks maker has adopted a new look for its products.
Farmers’ leaders will call for “a Government that understands farming” as they launch their manifesto for next year’s General Election.
A bumper sugar beet harvest could be on the cards in East Anglia, with warm autumn weather potentially helping to optimise sugar levels in the crop as the campaign began this week.
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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.
Bird sanctuary Rainham Marshes becomes home to a very different flight of fancy this week as the reserve turns into a crime scene for a new drama.
Within the foreseeable future, if agricultural productivity does not increase, we might have insufficient land to feed our growing population. This was the chilling finding of a report The Best Use of UK Agricultural Land issued earlier this year.
Fans of soul, disco and ska music will be digging out their dancing shoes after seeing the line-up for this year’s Havering Show.
It is his beloved zoos that are the real passion of Martin Goymour – “Dinosaur Adventure is about having fun” – and the reason last year he took the far-sighted decision to transfer them out of the family business into a charitable trust.