Anxious Clintons card shop workers across towns including Ipswich will keep their jobs across the crucial Christmas period - after the troubled chain was sold back to its existing owners.
It may be many miles away from the Suffolk coast, but one East Anglian factory has adopted a novel approach to bringing a sense of togetherness to its 100-strong workforce.
An Ipswich firm which makes toys to entertain the super-rich on their yachts is among the fastest-growing companies in the UK, according to a new study.
Workers at pubs and brewery giant Greene King are set to hold a ballot on strike action in a dispute over pay.
The site of a baby bottles firm set to close with the loss of 430 jobs has been put up for sale.
East of England communications engineers are bracing themselves for extreme weather over the winter period, stocking up on a host of essentials from rock salt to snow grips.
A new timber terminal launched at the Port of Ipswich has received its first shipment - 2,000 cubic metres of wood.
Maps showing skiers how to navigate their holidays in the Alps with a low carbon footprint have been flying off the shelves, according to their makers.
An historic food ingredients firm supplying UK bread bakers has submitted ambitious plans to build a new factory site.
French property owners show little sign of wishing to give up on their Gallic hideaways - despite Brexit turmoil, according to UK-based French legal experts.
Caravan park owners are celebrating a prestigious national newcomer accolade after setting up a farm diversification business near Diss.
Farming is more than a job, says award-winning pig farming apprentice Liam Robinson.
Now aged 29, Harper Adams graduate Tom is an agronomist with Farmacy, an independent agronomy adviser based in Lincoln.
Crop growing across East Anglia has been severely disrupted by prolonged wet weather - and there are fears the effects will continue to be felt next year.
Farmland flytipping is on the rise across the East of England - but farmers continue to "suffer in silence", according to experts.
Whole turkey is set to make a comeback this Christmas, a major premium producer predicts.
It's one of two branches closing in the East of England - the other is at St Albans - after TSB decided to close some of its smaller and quieter high street branches, affecting up to 82 banks and 400 jobs.
Thirty "under-performing and unsustainable" Bonmarché stores are set to close by December 11 as a rescue deal for the troubled national high street chain takes shape - putting around 240 jobs at risk.
A Suffolk market town's retailers are asking hard-pressed shoppers to reject festive over-indulgence in favour of "magical, marvellous" gifts with a low carbon footprint.
A high street shoe chain stalwart is set to pull out of some of its worst-performing sites as part of a cost-cutting exercise.
Workers in Suffolk's top 100 firms have seen their wages rocket in the last year, according to a report.
A major Premiership football team has thrown its weight behind controversial plans to expand Stansted airport.
Worried bank staff across branches in Suffolk and north Essex are bracing themselves for bad news after TSB announced plans to shut sites across the UK.
A women's charity is crossing the gender divide with a new venture aimed at helping men transform their lives.
A Suffolk pet-owner has launched a luxury dog hamper business, after deciding there was a gap in the market for upper-crust canine treats.
Farming should be put on the school curriculum, award-winning Suffolk apprentice farmer George Leonard believes.
Suffolk ingredients are given a gallic twist in a new cookery book charting one man's culinary journey.
Farming's younger generation can teach older farmers how to use new technology, says Carl Tuck, who works on the Suffolk/Cambridgeshire border.
A car dealership has closed its Halesworth operation, with the loss of 21 jobs in the town.
A logistics firm is moving into the fast lane with 30% growth - and a move to new premises.