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A Stowmarket museum is celebrating after being awarded a total of £50,000 in grants to support plans for an ambitious transformation over the next ten years.

The search is on for the brightest sparks on East Anglia's business scene.

Suffolk businesses have received nearly half the amount allocated to Norfolk in two regional grant pots, latest data has revealed.

Fears have been raised that Suffolk firms are not doing enough to prepare for Brexit, as D-Day looms for the UK's European Union withdrawal.

Council leaders in Suffolk have offered Network Rail £1m to try to encourage it to upgrade Haughley Junction just north of Stowmarket as a matter of priority.

Two business parks in west Suffolk could be set to benefit from a £7million loan from the council to develop innovation centres at both sites.

Developing the next generation of construction workers is "vitally important", a business boss said as industry leaders met with Suffolk sixth formers to encourage them into the sector.

Market traders in Ipswich have been offered the chance of joining the new Farmer's Market that is due to start on the Cornhill once a month from April.

An innovative multi-million pound technology teaching hub featuring a tie-up of colleges across Suffolk have moved a step closer.

Grave concerns are being raised about how prepared Suffolk is for Brexit with just a few weeks left on the clock.

Rail bosses have outlined a bold new vision for the East Anglian network over the next 25 years at a major transport conference in Ipswich.

Two public hearings will be held next month as stakeholders, businesses and community groups have their say on a long-awaited third crossing in Lowestoft.

A new west Suffolk manufacturing and engineering group aims to help the region "become even more globally competitive".

Suffolk and Norfolk food and drink producers have reaped the rewards of taking part in a trade mission to the Netherlands after gaining a host of fruitful sales leads.

Businesses can harness the latest breakthroughs in artificial intelligence, biotechnology and digital creativity, thanks to a new partnership between seven universities and colleges across the East of England.

Multi-million pound plans to improve journey times and safety on the A140 near Eye have moved a step closer as a formal planning application has been submitted.

We look back over the year and finds that despite the High Street woes, there was plenty for local companies to celebrate in 2018.

Construction could begin next year on three new roundabouts within a 15 mile stretch of the A140 after plans were submitted for a second scheme on the main Norwich to Ipswich road.

A publicly-funded team is working across Norfolk and Suffolk to drive economic growth and help the region's businesses to grow and create jobs.

The government authority responsible for overseeing projects of national importance has started its examination into a long-awaited third crossing in Lowestoft.

A "unique and landmark" battle to redevelop a former hospital site has reached another milestone after being awarded a £150,000 grant.

Brothers Damon and Riley O'Donnell joined Mayor of Ipswich Jane Riley to make it a date to remember at Ipswich's new-look Cornhill as they buried a time capsule beneath the iconic Gateways - not to be opened before 2050.

Two of Norfolk and Suffolk's foremost tourism and hospitality businessmen have become the new president and chairman of the region's tourism organisation.

Burgeoning trade links between food producers from Norfolk and Suffolk and buyers in the Netherlands will take another step forward when a delegation visits the country's largest hospitality trade show.

A "visionary and ambitious" bid to establish a pioneering multi-million pound centre for technology in the east has been put forward.

East Anglia's energy industry has taken its ambition to be recognised as a centre of excellence straight to the heart of government.

The director of Gainsborough's House museum was among the speakers at an event in Sudbury to demonstrate support available to businesses in the area.

A council leader has urged businesses in west Suffolk to "seize a golden opportunity" to benefit from a major investment in RAF Lakenheath.

What do bank clerks, supermarket check out staff and accountants all have in common? They're all job roles that are gradually diminishing, thanks to advances in automation and AI technology.

People have been urged to "keep calm and carry on" by Suffolk's Conservatives amid fears the impact a no-deal Brexit could have on the county's business and economy.

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