One of the key sponsors of the Elmer's Big Parade trail has achieved their goal of raising £20,000 for the hospice which hosted the major art event in Ipswich this summer.
Suffolk travellers are anxiously waiting to hear if they will be able to jet off on long-planned holidays, or be able to fly home as planned, as the future of tour operator Thomas Cook hangs in the balance.
A technical agency in Ipswich has launched its first apprenticeship scheme with a university.
Ipswich's latest B&M home store threw open its doors for the first time today, taking over the former Homebase at Warren Heath.
A development of new homes wrapped around by the 130 acres of Fynn Valley Golf Club is in reaching its final stages.
Whether you like chocolate or honey, rhubarb or berry fruit, there is something craftily brewed for you to enjoy at Ipswich Corn Exchange.
A Lowestoft company are celebrating another starring role as the Rugby World Cup kicks off thousands of miles away.
A high street pub which underwent a major refurbishment will change hands just months after new publicans took over.
A pair of Ipswich barbers are hoping to be a cut above the rest as they compete to win a national hairdressing title.
People have been asked to report any signs of cruelty to raptors as part of a national initiative being promoted by Suffolk Police.
A high street Tesco Metro store has begun clearing its shelves ahead of closure.
Research involving a colony of gulls on the Suffolk coast has shown the birds could be vulnerable to collisions with wind turbines while on migration, as well as during the breeding season.
Building work is about to start on a multi-million pound new global headquarters for Treatt in west Suffolk.
Why are people upset about new fast food restaurants opening? Are they really concerned about public health and pollution or are they just snobs?
Holiday home Daisy Cottage, at Friston near Aldeburgh, has been named the best in East Anglia by industry experts.
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.
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