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Ipswich currently has more than 400 empty businesses - see them all on one map.

A brewery has applied to create an open air theatre following the success of its annual beer and Shakespeare festival.

The final clear-out of a key manufacturing site in Suffolk is on track to be completed by mid-2020 after a multinational company decided to relocate to eastern Europe, with the loss of 135 staff.

A carbon-free future is the topic of discussion at a two day conference and exhibition held in Norwich, titled "Smart Generation - the Transition to 2050".

A total of 22 market towns and villages in the East of England - including three on the Suffolk/Norfolk border - are set to get ultrafast broadband as part of a national plan to get it to 'harder-to-reach' areas.

When American drinks giant Molson Coors bought an historic Suffolk cider business which had been in the same family for eight generations, its first move was to assure residents that it was staying put.

Supermarket giant Tesco is recalling 15 varieties of baby food following concerns that some jars have been tampered with.

New giant tins of Creme Eggs and Mini Eggs look set to be the big Easter craze this year - but some customers have slammed them for including too much packaging.

Ipswich's MP has blasted rail chiefs for publicising nine weekend line closures a day before engineering work began.

A major budget hotel chain faced a major writedown after hitting difficulties converting an old listed building in Ipswich.

An 800-strong workforce has moved into meat giant Cranswick's biggest factory project to date and production has begun.

Aldi lovers will be forced to go elsewhere while the discount store in Brandon undergoes a complete refurbishment, closing the shop for 10 days.

Store closing signs have gone up in the windows of a historic high street shop.

Kim Kardashian West has shared a picture on Instagram with her son Saint dressed in a shirt from an independent Newmarket designer.

HMV in Bury St Edmunds has bowed out in musical style with the help of the John Peel Centre.

Food & farming news

Saturday, January 25, 2020

A fleet of farm machines which formed part of Strutt and Parker (Farms) Ltd is being sold off at a major auction.

Saturday, January 25, 2020

An 800-strong workforce has moved into meat giant Cranswick's biggest factory project to date and production has begun.

Friday, January 24, 2020

With one farmer taking their own life every week, Luke Broadley felt he had to act.

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