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Brexit is looming - but what impact will it have in East Anglia?

There is a role for animals within mixed farms, a Green MEP said after visiting a Suffolk farm.

Every day is a packed one for the head of Suffolk New College - and with the countdown towards a hugely complicated college merger well under way, she is only going to get busier still.

Dire weather has cost a Suffolk dairy farmer £60k - and he's just one casualty among many nationwide in what has been a tough year for the industry.

East Anglian farmers have spoken up in defence of extensively-farmed red meat production after reports suggesting we should move towards a plant-based diet to save the planet.

Suffolk business leaders are calling for a post-Brexit boost to help firms as regional confidence starts to crumble amid continuing uncertainty.

People flocked in their thousands to a major Suffolk food event held over the last weekend in September - despite dire weather predictions.

The last remaining larger dairy operation in East Anglia is earmarked for closure, with the loss of 19 jobs.

The festival culture is on the rise in East Anglia, bringing with it a sense of community and wellbeing - and a shot in the arm for the regional economy, experts say.

A Suffolk beauty spot is set to be put firmly on the tourism map with a £600k investment in facilities.

Port-based marine engineers have successfully installed a pontoon for a wind farm 30km off the Suffolk coast.

Two consultation meetings over the future of Easton and Otley College - which is set to be broken up and joined with two mainstream further education (FE) colleges in their area - have gone well, according to its chair of governors.

A 73 acre former dairy farm and farmhouse with 'great scope' is on the market with a price tag of £1.4m.

A tractor billed as one of the great British inventions is set to go under the hammer in East Anglia in October.

This weekend's Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival has been listed among the best in Europe.

The ports of Felixstowe and Harwich are being beefed up in readiness for Brexit on October 31.

Hugely costly farm blazes raged across the eastern region in 2018 as the long, dry summer led to tinder-dry conditions, according to claims figures.

Employees of pubs and brewing giant Greene King have raised more than £1k for a cancer charity after holding a baking event.

The collapse of Thomas Cook is "not a good day for the industry", an independent travel agent said after dealing with holidaymakers left high and dry by its unfolding aftermath.

The coast of East Anglia will undoubtedly become home to a large proportion of the 37 wind farms the Labour Party has pledged to build if it enters government, an expert predicts.

When the maker of Del Boy's trademark sheepskin coat shut its Bungay factory shop in 2015 after a dire run of mild winters and harsh trading conditions, it looked as though the beloved brand had been hung up for good.

Stansted passengers have surrendered 15 tonnes of food and toiletries over the last two years at airport security.

A chartered surveyor who grew up on a Welsh sheep farm is set to become the new boss at the eastern regional offices of a landowners' lobby group.

Under pressure UK beef farmers haven't been helped by "selective and distorting" stories about turning to vegetable-based diets because of climate change, a farmers' leader says.

A north Essex fruit farmer and juice maker has added a Sicilian orange juice to its range in response to demand from trade customers.

Sugar beet growers are set to receive a greater benefit from any uplift in sugar prices as part of a new deal with British Sugar.

The realities and hardships of farm life just a century ago are being brought to life by a new Suffolk folk fair.

A play centre relaunched last year by a large, entrepreneurial family from Essex has welcomed a new manager and head chef.

A Suffolk brewery and a Norfolk distillery have joined forces to create a 'whisky beer'.

An Ipswich-based waste firm says it has "great plans" for the future after celebrating its 50th anniversary.

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