A Woodbridge petrol station has been recognised with a national award for constantly going the extra mile.

A coastal town is set to lose one of its most unique stores after more than three decades of trading.

A Suffolk businesswoman has been elected as the new chair of the British Chamber of Commerce (BCC).

Plans for a huge £90m dredging project to increase the depth of Harwich Harbour and support the region's ports for generations to come have been submitted.

A Suffolk holiday firm has invited more than 600 former Thomas Cook employees and their families on a seaside getaway.

Business owners across Norfolk and Suffolk would be forgiven for having a pessimistic outlook on life post-Brexit.

For the Suffolk tourism industry October is a special month.

Ipswich's Mecca Bingo has been bought out by a rival firm.

Adnams is celebrating being recognised as a national champion of sustainability.

Unrest is brewing among Greene King employees after staff were offered a "paltry" pay offer amid a £2.7bn takeover deal.

Argos has announced the relocation of one of its Ipswich branches, four months after revealing the store would be shut down.

A small Suffolk village will soon be installed with the UK's fasted broadband as part of initiative to boost communication in isolated rural communities.

Suffolk jobs could be saved after the UK's largest independent travel agent acquired Thomas Cook's entire retail estate.

Chris and Angela Hardman have been going the extra mile for 25 years.

Detailed planning consent has been given for a new five unit industrial scheme in Suffolk.

Fears are growing that Pizza Express could become the latest high street casualty as the firm's financial troubles come under the spotlight.

Simon Marsh is living in a dream.

A rapidly growing Suffolk storage firm is celebrating its most successful year to date after huge expansions and a hat-trick of prestigious accreditations.

One of the last remaining antique shops in a Suffolk village made famous by classic British series Lovejoy has closed down.

A family business has invested more than £100,000 and created 13 new jobs at a Suffolk garden centre which looked set to shut up shop just 12 months ago.

The chances are you haven't heard of Tipll.

An Ipswich law firm is hosting a 'mock' employment tribunal to help businesses best prepare against the rising number of claims.

An Ipswich turf company has revealed it will once again be supporting the region's unsung heroes.

More than 40 small business owners across Suffolk have written to their MPs demanding a public vote on Brexit.

A man has been sentenced to four months in prison for attempting to hide property and avoid paying creditors after going bankrupt.

A Suffolk pub has closed down just four months after it was brought back to life.

A specialist wine merchant has been saved from ruin by one its rivals.

A hosepipe ban may be introduced in parts of East Anglia, prompting fears similar schemes are set to be rolled out across the whole region.

One of the region's largest construction companies is breaking the mould and ditching graduates in favour of school leavers.

Is a hosepipe ban on the way?

Wednesday, September 25, 2019

A hosepipe ban could be on the way due to three years of drought conditions.

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