A farmer-owned business is encouraging members of the public to put their unexpected coronavirus confinement to good use by limbering up their green fingers.
Two highly-anticipated farmer-run summer events have been cancelled due to the coronavirus crisis.
Farms earmarked for sale before the coronavirus lockdown may benefit from a surge in pent-up interest and an investor boost similar to the one after the credit crunch of 2008/9, land agents believe.
A 50ft Dutch barge has been put on the market with a freehold price tag of £49,900.
A company boss who has seen the main part of her business plunge by 90% due to the coronavirus crisis is volunteering her skills to help healthworkers keep safe.
Two important Suffolk arts venues are celebrating after scooping bumper grants to help them with major redevelopment projects.
Suffolk farmers facing a crisis in seasonal worker recruitment as the vital picking and weeding season gets under way are getting unprecedented numbers of calls from the public offering their services.
A police drone has captured eerily quiet footage of Stansted airport during the coronavirus lockdown.
Two Suffolk law firms have merged to offer what they describe as “unrivalled legal advice to the county’s farming businesses and landowners”.
Communications engineers are abiding by strict new rules in order to keep people connected during the coronavirus crisis as daytime internet usage soars.
Pubs giant Greene King has stressed its commitment to its tenanted pubs – but has stopped short of confirming a complete cancellation of rent during the coronavirus crisis.
Value retailer QD has announced it is temporarily closing all its stores as a result of the coronavirus crisis.
A food giant is bolstering its workforce in Suffolk and Norfolk as the coronavirus outbreak sparks “unprecedented demand” among consumers.
Staff at Carluccio’s restaurant in Bury St Edmunds are among 2,000 of its employees nationwide facing an uncertain future after the chain collapsed into administration.
Seaside hotel owner Adam Greenfield was expecting this year to be his best yet - until the coronavirus crisis struck.
The East of England’s growing position as the UK’s regional hot-spot for artificial intelligence and ‘deep tech’ has been backed up by a new report.
It’s braved crises of every description over the last 100 years – and is currently battling through the latest as the cororavirus lockdown hits every aspect of British life.
Suffolk National Farmers’ Union (NFU) members are toasting a new ale to mark their centenary year.
The lambing season has begun at Suffolk Rural in Otley – but this year minus the crowds.
The launch of a new homes scheme overlooking the River Orwell in Ipswich has been delayed due to the coronavirus crisis.
Grants handed out to firms in Suffolk and Norfolk to help them grow have reached £30m and created about 3,000 jobs, according to the body awarding them.
A veteran of the foot-and-mouth crisis of 2001 is set to head up Framlingham-based farmer co-operative Fram Farmers.
A team of technicians have pulled out all the stops to help an isolated community of mainly elderly people to stay in touch with services during the coronavirus lockdown.
An electrical retailer saw sales soar as Britons raced to buy laptops and TVs ahead of the coronavirus lockdown.
East Anglian growers who rely on seasonal workers say they are “extremely concerned” about the effects the coronavirus crackdown is having on recruiting pickers and packers.
A company which specialises in adapting bathrooms for elderly and disabled people is offering to install free grab rails for clients stuck indoors due to the coronavirus crisis.
The deadline for entries for this year’s flagship business event for Suffolk and north Essex has been extended after it was postponed to the autumn due to the coronavirus crisis.
A manufacturer of highly specialist cleaning products for hospitals says it has seen a “massive” rise in demand for its strong surface disinfectants as a result of the coronavirus crisis.
A family-owned East Anglian discount retailer says it is remaining open for essentials as non-essential high street store closures were stepped up in the wake of the coronavirus crisis.
Essex potato farmers have responded to the coronavirus crisis by setting up a free home delivery service for the local community.