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A huge wind farm off the East Anglian coast is set to get bigger still – as two offshore developers join forces yet again.

East Anglian town centres are taking a harder battering from curfew than other regions as shoppers continue to stay away, figures suggest.

High street bookies William Hill looks set to be bought up by the owners of Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.

Popular shoe retailer Hotter has told customers its store in Ipswich town centre is closing permanently following the coronavirus lockdown.

The Covid-19 pandemic has had a huge affect on employment, with many firms forced to make redundancies - but what sectors are actively recruiting in this time of crisis?

A free Market Weekend organised in place of Aldeburgh’s iconic Food and Drink Festival was “living proof that Suffolk’s food industry is alive and well” - with organisers calling it a “beacon of hope in troubled times”.

A Suffolk pub is closed after having to call firefighters for the second time in two days due to an electrical fire.

Twice as many homes valued at more than £1million have been sold in Suffolk this year compared to last year, according to property website Rightmove.

Building Sizewell C on the Suffolk coast will be “too expensive”, former energy secretary Ed Davey has said.

New data reveals the average rent across Suffolk fell by more than 10% during lockdown, in part because tenants are unable to pay their rents.

A eco-friendly “smart living research laboratory” could be built on Martlesham’s Adastral Park.

A Victorian water mill just outside Ipswich with a “plethora of opportunities for redevelopment” has come up for auction.

A lido director says he is considering introducing cold water swimming sessions this winter.

Former bear guide Philip Charles had a grizzly start to his first season running wildlife safaris in Suffolk after the coronavirus pandemic struck. But things are looking up.

Gym owners in Suffolk have been preparing to ensure they can still keep their members fit and healthy if the county faces a second lockdown.

Food & farming news

Friday, September 25, 2020

It’s been a harvest of two halves for farmer and vineyard owner Angus Crowther.

Friday, September 25, 2020

Farming leaders in East Anglia have welcomed a vote by the House of Lords aiming to increase parliamentary scrutiny of how post-Brexit trade deals will affect UK food producers.

Thursday, September 24, 2020

A Suffolk farm equipment manufacturer is set to launch a new trailer range across its UK network and mainland Europe after signing a deal with a Dutch firm.

Expert advice

Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Businesses should be bracing themselves for the removal of the government’s coronavirus safety net, legal experts have warned.

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