The first phase of a giant warehousing complex geared for the needs of online shopping is taking shape at Ipswich.
If Thomas Cook failed why would another travel firm make it work?
Why are people upset about new fast food restaurants opening? Are they really concerned about public health and pollution or are they just snobs?
A Brexit-related exodus of EU workers from Suffolk has seen restaurants close, business advisors warned today.
A farm conservation group which promotes the benefits of encouraging a threatened UK game bird says efforts by East Anglian farmers and landowners are having an impact on their numbers.
McDonald's to go - two more Ipswich restaurants have signed up for the company's delivery service.
East Anglia looks set for a promising bean harvest this year - but most of the crop is destined for overseas markets.
UK consumers may face a home-grown potatoes shortage next year as stocks run out due to new storage rules.
Suffolk-based Chorus builds software to help law enforcement connect data used in criminal investigations - 80pc of the UK's police force is now using it. We spoke to Chorus founder and CEO Boyd Mulvey about what it takes to shake up the market.
Brexit might offer opportunities for UK farmers and food producers if European Union (EU) anti-competition rules are ditched, a Stowmarket farmers' conference was told.
East Anglian farmers are faced with a prolonged period of political and economic uncertainty, but that shouldn't stop them from unlocking the full potential of their farms, experts say.
Aspiring artists from Thomas Gainsborough School have added creativity to the window displays of Sudbury thanks to a unique project that was unveiled this week.
Campaigners trying to save a village pub fear their plans are in jeopardy after being unwittingly drawn into a row about property investments stretching from Suffolk to Kenya.
The agricultural industry should be "embarrassed" about its health and safety record, a national farmers' leader said as he prepared to visit Suffolk to highlight the issue.
Public relations has changed - and not every firm will survive. But in East Anglia PR agencies are leading an industry-wide revolution - Sarah Chambers investigates
Irrigated farmland and productive pasture near Thetford has come on the market with a guide price in excess of £2.2m.