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Stunning boilersuits and heritage workwear brands will be put through their paces at this year’s Suffolk Show as top East Anglian clothing brands unveil their latest offerings.
Ex-armed forces vehicles and modified 4x4s will be taking Suffolk Show visitors on an action-packed drive to raise funds for charity.
A Suffolk-based marina is doing its bit for the environment by installing a bin to suck in river debris and two electric vehicle (EV) charging points.
A former football chairman has shared his wealth of knowledge about building businesses and being involved with the Football Association (FA) with Suffolk entrepreneurs.
A national coach company has retained its contract to provide a shuttle service to Stansted airport following a competitive tender process as a new fleet of buses comes on line.
A total of 15% of farmland put up for sale in England in the first three months of this year was in East Anglia, according to latest research.
After his family’s bakery business outgrew its home on Woodbridge’s ancient Thoroughfare, David Wright was determined to breathe new life into his high street.
Farmers’ leaders have reacted with a mixture of relief and exasperation over a decision to extend Article 50 to delay the UK’s departure from the European Union.
A ‘delightful’ area of ancient woodland on the edge of Ipswich is being offered up for sale, without a guide price.
A premium turkey producer has announced it is launching into the turkey ‘butterfly’ market in order to beat off overseas competition.
A new poultry plant extension planned for north Suffolk is set to create hundreds of new jobs aimed at Brexit-proofing the business.
Suffolk pub landlords are calling for a rethink over business rates, arguing that the current system – based on turnover – is unfair.
Ipswich Town Football Club’s former chairman is set to speak to Suffolk business leaders.
The appointment of a new Strategic Farm East farm host to take UK potato growing to greater heights has been postponed.
Brexit uncertainty is focusing minds on increasing the east of England’s already burgeoning trade with China, which has been showing promising signs in recent months and years.
Suffolk Show goers will get to see some of the ground-breaking hi-tech work going on in the county – and an insight into what we will be watching in the future – as communications giant BT returns for its second year.
A fast-growing freight forwarding firm, which has been buoyed by Brexit contracts, is celebrating a regional business accolade.
Investing in anaerobic digestion (AD) plants as a means of diversifying farm businesses should be approached with care, those involved in the sector have warned.
Monitoring of highly productive crop fields in East Anglia last year has identified a ‘huge’ number of insects and a ‘vast’ array of biodiversity, its organisers say.
A survey of farmers on the impact of the 2018 agricultural drought has underlined sector concerns in East Anglia, the UK’s driest region.
Staff at a Suffolk insurers’ office spent three days on a charity cycle challenge – while static.
A Suffolk duck meat operator which branched out into game has launched three new branded products into supermarket giant Asda.
Norfolk and Suffolk farmers have experienced contrasting fortunes with oilseed rape crop pests this season, according to experts.
A Newmarket-based infection control cleaning products maker is celebrating after its products were approved in China and South Korea.
A new drive aims to encourage businesses in Suffolk and Norfolk to showcase their achievements and demonstrate the counties are open to international trade in regions such as China.
A Suffolk malt firm has taken over full ownership of a £12m plant it helped develop out in Thailand to serve its Asian soft drinks market.
Cask ale sales fell last year with drinkers opting for lager during the summer heatwave, while changing tastes also impacted sales at a Suffolk brewery and pubs group.
Suffolk firms’ finances are taking a battering over the Brexit debacle, latest figures show.
Standing still should not be an option for Suffolk and Essex landowners and farmers who are tempted to hold out for a clear outcome from the UK’s Brexit crisis, land agents say.
Demand for redundant farm buildings is on the rise in East Anglia after planning rules were relaxed by government, a land agent says.
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