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Many species of bees are on the brink of extinction with some species already lost, a major new report has found.
Experts from the RSPB, Suffolk Wildlife Trust, Buglife and the Suffolk Biodiversity Information name species they believe could become extinct from our region.
It may be a dog eat dog world out there, but some say having pets in the workplace can reduce stress. We hounded three business people to ponder the question...
The business, which has established farmers markets across Suffolk and Essex, now heads to London as a finalist in The Countryside Alliance Awards - otherwise known as the `Rural Oscars'
Online platform promotes work, jobs and opportunities from businesses in the Colchester area.
Leading businessman says the current business rates system for the hospitality sector needs reform as it is a "tax on success".
Climate change is presenting new challenges for the National Trust in the way it looks after its historic buildings.
At Essex Wildlife Trust's Fingringhoe Wick nature reserve a truly wonderful spectacle of nature takes place at this time of year
The Eden-Rose Coppice Trust has worked wonders in Brickmakers Wood in central Ipswich - supporting young people involved with drugs and gangs - and is now turning to the community for help to secure its future.
One of Suffolk's newest business parks has plans to provide green spaces for workers and habitat for wildlife, thanks to a collaboration with a specialist conservation team.
April saw climate change protests, volunteers cleaning-up and work starting on a major habitat creation project at Suffolk Wildlife Trust's Carlton Marshes nature reserve.
Scientists testing Suffolk's rivers for traces of chemicals have found cocaine in every sample they analysed.
Creating large scale wildlife habitats is "incredibly important" if the declines in some of the region's best-loved species are to be reversed.
Mary Graham of Suffolk brand communications agency Yellobelly reflects on the successful brand identity project her team worked on for the launch of Suffolk's film office Screen Suffolk
With their own ways of doing things and attitudes to work and technology that differ from their parents, Generation Z represents a challenge for businesses.
Leading environmental figures from the region ponder the question.
Some of the country's best-loved nature writers have an affiliation with Suffolk and the wider East Anglian region.
Three experts offer advice on how to get the most from a meeting
Lord Somerleyton is overseeing an ambitious rewilding project on his estate but the real prize is a region-wide collaboration of landowners all working for nature.
Next time you are having a 'nuddle' whilst walking in the Suffolk countryside, listen out for the 'fizmer' and make sure you don't trip over your 'honky-donks'.
March saw beavers reintroduced, plans for a Nature Summit announced and a landmark decision by Suffolk County Council.
Volunteers are being sought to learn the art of composting this spring before going out and sharing their new-found knowledge with members of the public.
The recent re-colonisation of East Anglia by polecats combined with a growing population of otters could be causing a decline in the number of mink in the region.
A significant anniversary approaches for the north Essex coastal community of Harwich and business leaders are hoping to make the most of it.
Demolition marks first stage of a project to build an £8m art gallery in Sudbury.
Residents in one Ipswich street have come together to provide much-needed accommodation for a threatened bird species.
Nature reserve's European designation dependant on impact from nuclear plant being adequately mitigated, RSPB reveals.
Ray Marsh prepares to bid farewell to Essex Wildlife Trust's Skipper's Island
Suffolk Market Events is launching three new farmers markets this year, helping to bring scores of local producers face-to-face with customers and re-energising town centres.
Regional electronics retailer says it has received a "highly attractive" offer for its premises.
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