Family-owned Ipswich department store Coes has snapped up an empty shop near its Norwich Road base, it has been revealed.
A police officer turned wedding celebrant has been chosen to help shine a spotlight on Small Business Saturday day this year.
Would-be refugee entrepreneurs and volunteer mentors were at the launch of a new Ipswich business project.
A new BP petrol station along with a Marks and Spencer Simply Food is to open close the A14 near Bury St Edmunds - after previously rejected plans were approved on appeal.
The £6.5m restoration project to bring Ipswich’s Art Deco lido Broomhill Pool back to life has reached a major milestone.
A former market trader has brought a new concept to Felixstowe’s ‘Golden Mile’ with his new tea room.
Suffolk-based Go Ape has scooped the title UK’s Best Attraction in the 2019 School Travel Awards.
It’s a rare honour few teenagers would expect - but Mia Everitt can proudly say that she has one of the world’s largest container ships named after her.
Holden Timber Engineering, which makes roof trusses for the house building industry, has moved to a £1.5m purpose-built factory at Claydon.
It was a tight squeeze for Fred. Olsen’s Braemar as it made history by becoming the largest ship to navigate the Corinth Canal.
Baking is back in fashion, Now cake maker Rachel Halls is aiming to delight the taste buds with her second shop.
These are the first images of the new show apartment at the £26m Winerack development at Ipswich Waterfront.
Three of Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ ocean ships will be undergoing a multi-million-pound refit this winter, in preparation for the 2020/21 cruise season.
Three new electric vehicle charging points have been installed at Claydon Court Business Centre near Ipswich.
Ipswich department store Coes has teamed up with independent businesses to attract shoppers back to our town centres this Christmas.
The FA Cup is back in Ipswich - at the Ipswich Town exhibition and pop-up Christmas shop inside the Town Hall until Christmas Eve.
Jaynic, the developer of Suffolk Park commercial estate in Bury St Edmunds, has submitted a detailed planning application to West Suffolk Council for a second phase of warehouse units totalling 367,000 sq ft.
Superb Suffolk home set in lovely countryside at Cransford near Framlingham, could be yours for £950,000
Chinese restaurant owner Ken To has shown his commitment to Ipswich town centre by opening a second business.
Levington-based Suffolk Yacht Harbour has been shortlisted in the Marina of the Year category in this year’s British Yachting Awards.
Vegan Hank’s Deli and cafe in Ipswich will be ditching plastic and packing its Christmas hampers in new, ethical cotton bags.
Suffolk building site manager James Wells has won a regional Pride in the Job award for his work at Walton Gate, Felixstowe.
Two Suffolk young people have been named among a regional housebuilder’s top trainees.
There was applause, cheers and a few tears, too, as the winners of the 2019 Suffolk BME Business Awards were revealed at the University of Suffolk.
Under a giant canopy at Ipswich Waterfront, one of the famous Dunkirk Little Ships is undergoing a major transformation.
Ipswich-based designer David ‘Chalky’ White is winding down his agency Chalk & Cheese and heading for retirement, after 37 years in the job.
When businessman Aidan Coughlan bought the Isaacs buildings at Wherry Quay in Ipswich, few could have imagined what it would become.
Two Suffolk care home staff have grabbed major awards in the Healthcare Homes Group’s annual award scheme.
West Suffolk College has started work on an innovative training centre at its Bury St Edmunds campus for the builders of the future.
Artist Ana Negru, who came to Ipswich from Romania, has opened her own gift and craft shop in the centre of Ipswich.