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Chief executive of the Suffolk Agricultural Association offers some pearls of wisdom from his working life.
Catchy name given to vehicle after school competition
Technology developed by Woodbridge firm helps police forces across the UK solve crimes more quickly.
East of England Co-op says putting used nappies and crisp packets into the wrong bin hinders the recycling process
New trail will take in 12 locations along the River Stour that appear in paintings by John Constable
Ipswich and the wider Suffolk area has a “real opportunity” to establish itself as a centre for the creative and digital industries.
Researchers want members of the public to help them find out how Britain’s most widespread owl is faring.
The number of plastic bags sold by retailers has been slashed by billions since the 5p charge was introduced. But what do we need to do now to further reduce usage?
Colchester Borough Council to hold its annual Trees for Years event on Saturday February 2nd.
Suffolk’s TGA Mobility experiences 30% growth in the past two years.
Project aims to take down 6½ kilometres of overhead lines in the Box Valley and run them underground.
What better way to shrug off the festive excesses than with some good, honest work in the woods.
First new trains on Greater Anglia network due to arrive in summer 2019
Andrew Phillips discusses the joy of owning your own piece of woodland
Demand for Suffolk woodland to purchase is outstripping supply but why do people buy woods?
Custom stretches back to the will of Nathaniel King from 1668.
An aid to workplace efficiency or an infringement of privacy? - three experts give their views
Volunteers from malt company Muntons have worked with the Environment Agency to improve conditions for wildlife on the River Gipping.
Hopes the semi-aquatic mammal will help slow floodwaters in Finchingfield.
Proposals hope to add almost 4,000 hectares of protected landscape across Suffolk and Essex.
To recruit the best candidates companies must be prepared to step outside the traditional ways of doing things, according to Michelle Pollard, managing director of Spider.
With a number of major energy related projects proposed for the coast, how do we ensure a balance between development and preserving Suffolk’s natural assets?
A Suffolk birdwatching group is offering people the chance to have something to crow about – by taking part in a county-wide rook survey.
Suffolk Wildlife Trust has launched a series of photography courses aimed at helping young people to develop their skills and snap urban wildlife in the parks of Ipswich.
Wivenhoe, Mersea Island, Colne Valley and Dedham Vale feature in new Beautiful Borough campaign.
Calls for soil to be placed “at the heart of the environmental agenda”.
Councils in Suffolk are working with environmental charity Hubbub to tackle the long-standing problem of food waste in the region.
Representatives from Adnams have visited Suffolk Wildlife Trust reserves to see the fruits of their support for the charity.
County fungus recorder Neil Mahler says people should ‘admire’ wild fungi but not pick them.
The team at the region’s AONBs wants to encourage development in harmony with our finest countryside, and has commissioned a colour guide based on the hues and tones of the area.
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