Research involving a colony of gulls on the Suffolk coast has shown the birds could be vulnerable to collisions with wind turbines while on migration, as well as during the breeding season.
Jo Salter is the founder of Where Does It Come From? - an ethical fashion brand based in Ipswich where each garment has a code on the label, so customers know its origins.
HR specialist Carole Burman ponders this month's conundrum.
Foundry business Maycast-Nokes named SME Employer of the Year 2019 at the East of England regional National Apprenticeship Awards.
The three-day brainstorming event Innovate East produces a host of potential business and environmental solutions.
Chief executive of County Broadband Lloyd Felton is on a mission to enhance the broadband experience of rural communities across East Anglia.
Organisations in Suffolk and Norfolk are working to help people with physical and learning disabilities into work.
Non-native Japanese skeleton shrimp, orange sheath tunicate and American slipper limpet all found at the Port of Ipswich.
The coastal woods of the Shotley Peninsula near Ipswich are under-appreciated and on a national level represent a unique natural habitat where beach meets bough.
A radical three-day environmental event kicked off at Trinity Park in Ipswich yesterday with the aim of finding solutions to some of the biggest challenges facing society and the business world.
Environmental investment fund buys anaerobic digestion plant on the Suffolk-Norfolk border.
An East Anglian firm is leading the way in the electric truck market.
Event celebrates Sudbury's rich heritage of silk weaving, which started in the 1780s and continues today with the town producing 95% of the UK's woven silk.
Great minds set to come together to brainstorm key issues facing industry and society.
Our experts answer this month's burning business question.
Organisers say "overnighters" make a holiday around the event, staying in hotels and self-catering cottages, and eating in the county's pubs, restaurants and cafes.
Stuart Dantzic of Caribbean Blinds put others in the shade when he was recently named Young Business Person of the Year at the Suffolk Business Awards.
Naturalists should keep an eye out for the striking-looking wasp spider over the coming weeks.
Climate change is causing a striking violet-blue butterfly from southern Europe to appear in record-breaking numbers across the south of England, wildlife charity Butterfly Conservation has revealed.
Known for its luxury tomato ketchups, mayonnaises and other condiments, Stokes Sauces launched in 2004 and is based at Rendlesham, in what's affectionately known as the 'Suffolk Saucery'.
Essex & Suffolk Water's research and development manager Chris Jones discusses the role of the digital twin approach ahead of the Innovate East event at Trinity Park in Ispwich next month
Andy Wood says more research is required to see if improvements to current recycling services are greener than including glass products in a money-back deposit scheme.
Essex and Suffolk Water's conservation and land manager Miranda Cooper discusses the importance of natural capital ahead of next month's Innovate East conference.
People enjoyed sun, music and games on the Croft in Sudbury this Saturday.
A visit to see the badgers at Fingringhoe Wick in Essex is a joy for any nature lover but in many places in the UK the animal's future is less than certain.
One of Europe's most endangered wildflowers, which has a stronghold in East Anglia, has come back from the brink of extinction following years of conservation work.
East Anglia is renowned for many things but few people will know it can lay claim to being the farm pond capital of England and Wales.
Rare black squirrels could become a more common sight in East Anglia, according to an expert who has mapped the spread of the rodent in the UK.
How can a growing amount of data be used to reduce leakage from water networks?, asks Anglian Water's data manager David Jacobs, ahead of next month's 'Innovate East' innovation event.
Staff from waste firm Sackers support charity that helps people in Africa get pedalling.
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