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Yesterday, 19:01

Nightclub Rubix is hoping to take Colchester punters back to the 70s when it opens this bank holiday weekend - here we take a sneak peek inside.

Tourism businesses need to become all-weather attractions and not blame the rain, snow or sun for lost profits, said the boss of two of the region's zoos.

A facilities management firm has bought its second Suffolk pub after branching out into the hospitality trade.

Tourism businesses in East Anglia have revealed how they suffered in 2018 from too much rain, sun and snow during key times.

The gin industry "has reached breaking point" according to the East Anglian distillers which are being muscled off the shelves by mass producers.

Jobs are in danger at an Essex chicken factory after plans to close the underperforming site were announced in an ongoing cost-cutting strategy.

A parks holidays firm says it has spent more than £4m on new facilities for two of its east coast sites in the run-up to this year's holiday season in response to a boom in 'staycation' breaks.

If you run out of an essential item over the bank holiday, or need some chops and sausages for a last-minute barbecue, when will your local supermarket be open? This is our guide to opening times on bank holiday Monday, May 27.

The retail giant is to close another 85 stores and 25 Simply Food outlets after a 10% drop in profits - but aren't revealing yet where the axe will fall.

A new service station on the A140 has opened to motorists for the first time but with no sign of the planned drive-through McDonald's.

Underage visitors, late night drinking sessions, drug-dealing, fighting and dealing in stolen goods have led to Ipswich's Grinning Rat pub losing its licence.

Ipswich town centre must adapt to the changing world in order to survive, a business leader has warned.

A town pub is set to re-open following a facelift after being taken over by new owners.

A new residential park in Suffolk could be the ideal place for someone looking to downsize, cut their bills or seeking a low maintenance housing option.

An eccentric stationery store in the heart of Ipswich has cut its prices in a bid to clear stock on its final day of trading.

Food & farming news

Yesterday, 20:44

Young people will be given a chance to learn about varied and inspiring careers at this year's Suffolk Show.

Tue, 16:20

The owners of a Suffolk game business say they are "thrilled" to be competing in a national competition.

Saturday, May 18, 2019

It was smiles all round at the 180th Hadleigh Show - as fans of country life from across the region gathered for a day of fun in the sun.

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Suffolk Chamber of Commerce

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Suffolk business leaders have called for a 'much fairer' share of road and rail infrastructure funding after the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) set out tests that a future national plan should meet.