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Precautionary mass culls of poultry could be ended by a simple test being developed by an East Anglian firm, which has been given a £60,000 funding boost for the project.

Residents and business owners in a Suffolk coastal town are being invited to have their say on proposals to reduce flooding from rivers and extreme rainfall, as well comment on the appearance of the permanent defences.

A new tidal gate has arrived in Ipswich to be installed as part of the town’s new flood barrier.

East Anglian industry leaders have said the region can play a crucial part in the government’s strategy to decarbonise the economy.

The New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership has published the economic strategy for Norfolk and Suffolk, setting out the plans of councils, businesses and other partners for the next 19 years.

As he takes the reins at New Anglia LEP, chairman Doug Field says building better links with businesses must be the top priority. Mark Shields reports.

The chair of a new taskforce set up to support staff at Sudbury firm Delphi Diesel Systems after the site was earmarked for closure said they were “confident” of finding innovative and practical solutions for the area.

Power must be devolved to workers in Suffolk and Norfolk to reinvigorate industry and bridge a “great regional divide” on jobs, a new report urges.

A scheme designed to boost business and jobs in designated areas has been backed by the government.

A £5.5 million centre to encourage business growth, start-ups and innovative projects has celebrated its first anniversary – hosting dozens of events and sowing the seeds of new projects.

Development sites and opportunities across Norfolk and Suffolk will be showcased to international investors with the aim of attracting projects to the region.

A new body to coordinate infrastructure investment and skills provisions could help reinvigorate Norfolk and Suffolk’s declining manufacturing industry, according to a new report.

Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has promised a group of East Anglian MPs that a vital rail upgrade for the region will happen within the next seven years.

Work to replace traffic lights and move a road crossing at the Clapgate Lane/Landseer Road junction in east Ipswich is due to start at the end of the month.

Empowering new Ipswich businesses: Back To Your Future begins at the Enterprise Hub

Ipswich is a thriving cultural hub which will play a vital role in attracting new business leaders and bringing increased investment to East Anglia.

A new £15m relief road has been opened on the edge of Bury St Edmunds – bringing the hope of new development on the eastern side of the town.

Thousands of hungry visitors flocked to the Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival this weekend, eager to sample some of the delicious treats on offer.

Talented graphic design students at the University of Suffolk have put pen to paper to come up with a fresh logo for a key project on their doorstep – the Ipswich Vision.

Food producers in Suffolk say their industry has gone from strength to strength in recent years, with an even brighter future ahead.

A project to build a ground-breaking scientific facility has generated an estimated £12.5m for Norfolk and Suffolk’s economy.

The £20million project to complete the infamous ‘Winerack’ development in Ipswich will go ahead - but not until January, the developer behind the scheme has confirmed.

A long-awaited Bury St Edmunds relief road, which will “unlock land” to create thousands of jobs and attract millions of pounds of investment, is set to open next week.

The value of business support provided by the New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) has now passed £20m, guests at the organisation’s annual general meeting were told today.

After three-and-a-half years helping the region’s economy to grow as chairman of the New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership, Mark Pendlington will step down from the role today. Doug Faulkner spoke to him about his reflections on his tenure.

A £5million package of improvements has been put forward for five of Ipswich’s most congested junctions.

A lack of available land for development is holding back East Anglian builders from filling the demand for housing, according to research by a trade body.

All my life, nuclear power has been a part of Suffolk life – and for 50 years it has felt as if it would always be there.

Just months after the last section of Travel Ipswich was completed, Suffolk County Council has been given a £5m war chest to carry out more improvements around the town.

In the face of an ageing population leaders in East Anglia are focused on increasing the skill level of the region’s workforce. But what is the best educational route to take? Bethany Whymark reports.

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