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Plant biologists at the University of Essex have scooped half a million pound’s worth of funding to study how crops respond to different levels of stress in the environment.

Rural skills students have helped a local landowner with a devastating illness to create the wildlife haven of his dreams.

East Anglian farmers face an era of ‘survival of the fittest’, they were told this week.

An historic East Anglian auctioneer and land agent said it was “delighted” with its new look as it launched a major rebrand.

A brewery is set to unveil a brand new look and a host of new beers at the UK’s biggest craft beer event.

A Suffolk farmer is set to appear before magistrates in Kings Lynn on February 20 to face eight charges related to the disposal of waste.

Top businesses across Suffolk and north Essex are being urged to get their entries in as the East Anglian Daily Times launches its prestigious annual business awards event.

An independent Suffolk hotel group has undergone a rebrand after investing half a million pounds in new systems.

A new hub to nurture business talent launched by three Suffolk entrepreneurs is calling for companies to back it.

East Anglian publisher Archant has broadly welcomed a new report looking at how to safeguard quality journalism in the UK.

A report suggesting plant-based diets are better for us, and better for the planet, has provoked mixed reactions from East Anglia’s food and farming community, with some pointing out the important role livestock plays in creating good farm systems.

Leaders at a Suffolk and Norfolk land college say they are upbeat - in spite of a highly critical government report pouring salt on their wounds after two damning Ofsteds.

Farmers have done ‘a terrible job’ of communicating what they do, an East Anglian conference has heard.

The Suffolk makers of a pioneering test for devastating livestock diseases are delighted after scooping a royal accolade.

UK farmers bracing themselves for Brexit are facing similar turmoil to the American agricultural sector under Trump, a US farming leader says.

A landowners’ leader has already raised nearly £3,000 for charity as he prepares to head off on a 500km cycle ride in Kenya.

Essex and Suffolk-based law firm Ellisons Solicitors has welcomed a new partner to its commercial property team.

A Suffolk and Norfolk-based land college is to undergo a full structural review ‘looking at all options’ following two damning Ofsted reports.

Bury St Edmunds brewery and pubs giant Greene King has raised a bumper £5m for charity partner, Macmillan Cancer Support.

More details about a new employment site scheme planned for Braintree which aims to create more than 2,000 jobs have been revealed.

A Suffolk duck meat firm is hoping to drive sales during Chinese new year with a joint supermarket campaign with the Blue Dragon brand.

A former Easton and Otley college student has expressed delight after returning as its farm manager with 30 years in the industry under his belt.

A Harwich farmer has collaborated with a sustainable developer on a ground-breaking housing scheme on his land.

The beer market is moving on apace, and John Hadingham, who took over the reins at Suffolk brewery St Peter’s in 2018, is aware that his business needs to keep one step ahead.

Essex milkshakes firm Shaken Udder is targeting fitness fans with a new contract to supply online sport and nutrition retailer Muscle Food.

“We take the attitude if you are going to do it, do it properly,” says farmer Pete Thompson as he describes how he branched out into apple orchards.

Horse owners and yard managers are invited to a free evening event focused on highly infectious equine respiratory disease strangles.

A union representing seven Suffolk poultry catchers who were being balloted about possible strike action over Christmas working is celebrating a breakthrough in talks with their employer.

Free range egg producers have installed an egg vending machine at one of their hen houses in a bid to drum up more local trade.

A growing East Anglian audio-visual firm has taken a majority stake in an Italian distributor.

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