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A company owner has voiced his frustration at the apparent lack of progress in filling a host of unoccupied business units.
A Suffolk software entrepreneur is being sued for more than £3.3bn by US computer giant Hewlett-Packard (HP).
Stationery company Office Outlet, which has branches in Ipswich, Colchester, and Chelmsford, has gone into administration putting 1,200 jobs at risk across the country.
Anglian Water is searching for the next generation of young engineers who are looking for a chance to earn and learn, whilst gaining a qualification.
Residential director with East Anglian property company Savills, Mark Oliver, offers advice drawn from his years in business.
Former pupils of a Suffolk primary school are delighted after they got to build a £2.2m classroom facility for it.
MPs are warning music lovers not to use ticketing site Viagogo until it “fully complies with consumer law”.
A new store has opened at the former Marks & Spencer’s in Newmarket, creating 40 new jobs.
Businesses in Haverhill are being urged to back a bid for millions of pounds of government funding to help transform the town centre.
The little tern is one of the UK’s rarest seabirds having suffered a serious decline in numbers over the past 30 years.
A fun fair which has entertained families for generations is set to make a welcome return to a market town.
Firms are being urged to get their entries in as the deadline approaches for this year’s Suffolk Business Awards.
Businessman Mark Ward was so keen to prevent his village pub being turned into a home that he decided to buy it.
A community woodland group in Bury St Edmunds has been relying on an unusual piece of equipment to clear brambles.
The former Alstons Cabinets furniture factory is back on the market.
A ‘no-deal’ Brexit will cause a huge headache for UK organic growers as their crop values plummet, an organic farmers’ leader based at Bury St Edmunds has warned.
Farmers must try to avoid a ‘just get on with it’ attitude that could risk them coming off worse in the Brexit stakes, a farmers’ leader has warned.
A national farm secretary conference two years in the planning brought delegates from all over the UK to Suffolk to hear how its farm businesses were diversifying and thriving.
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