The boss of one of Suffolk's leading law firms is calling on businesses to step up and support the younger generation by offering work experience placements.
More than 200 friends, colleagues and former customers have sent condolence cards to the family of long standing Stowmarket estate agent Richard Buck, who has died at the age of 52.
A local councillor has urged the community to stay vigilant after a butcher was caught operating without being registered as a food business.
Juggling a social conscience with business ideals can be tricky.
A group of town centre traders say they are fighting for their businesses in the face of crime and antisocial behaviour.
Villagers' hopes to save their pub have been "revitalised" after its owner agreed to reduce the price.
A grandfather says the failure of a holiday park company will impact on the rest of his life after he poured £55,000 of savings into a luxury lodge.
Suffolk's biggest housing developer has revealed plans to relocate to Bury St Edmunds and build a brand new head office.
The boss of East Anglian holiday firm Hoseasons was viciously bullied at school for being gay. Caroline Culot spoke to Simon Altham about the torment he's overcome to achieve success.
Ipswich's independent Briarbank Brewery is gearing up for its sixth summer beer festival this weekend.
A controversial move to delay final approval for Stansted Airport's passenger expansion plans has come under fire from the region's lucrative tourism industry.
A recyclable glass and plastics food packaging firm is set to open a major new warehouse and manufacturing plant at Eye in north Suffolk, creating 50 jobs.
A number of redundancies have been confirmed at the East of England's Ipswich distribution centre as the firm readies to shut down the site.
Youngsters have visited BT's Adastral Park research centre for the chance to impress - and even grab an apprenticeship on the site.
A rural Suffolk holiday centre with fishing lakes, Scandinavian-style lodges and a cottage is on the market for £1.4m.
The East Anglian countryside is providing a poignant palette for an artist's bid to complete 100 illustrations in 100 days to help a farming mental health charity.
Police and countryside workers are on high alert as illegal hare coursing incidents spread across Suffolk, Essex and the rest of East Anglia following harvest.
There were big smiles and no long faces at the annual Family Horse and Dog Show in Suffolk.
Taking responsibility for our personal finances will become increasingly important over the coming decades, says Peter Sharkey.
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Suffolk firms are being given a helping hand to help them win a larger slice of the county's sizeable £2bn worth of public sector spending.