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A former Suffolk business management student who shot to fame after winning the Miss Universe beauty pageant said she had learnt valuable lessons from her studies as she prepared to launched a new record label.

Farm-based start-ups or established businesses in various parts of Suffolk and north Essex have until October 31 to benefit from a rural business grant scheme.

A landowners’ leader has called on police in the East of England to do all they can to stop the ‘sinister tactics, threats and intimidation’ used by hare coursers as the traditional time of year for them to emerge approaches.

East Anglian farmers have defended the use of weed killer glyphosate after the debate over its use was reignited following a US court case.

Ipswich-based law firm Ashtons Legal has appointed solicitor Martyn Hayward, an asbestos disease specialist.

A DIY chain is set to open its third store in Ipswich.

A Suffolk biotech start-up has secured £400,000 as it launches a range of products to help combat the spread of TB in cattle.

The amount of cereal crops baled this year has soared, with particularly marked rises in the East of England and in Scotland, a survey has found.

Extra government funding to support disabled people in work has been welcomed by a Suffolk and Essex social enterprise striving to help those looking for jobs.

Campaigners against plans to expand passenger numbers at Stansted Airport claim they have “substantial grounds” for refusing them.

New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) has welcomed three more business leaders to the panel of its flagship business support programme.

A Suffolk food writer has launched a cookbook celebrating the county’s food and farming heritage, with the support of a champion Newmarket jockey.

A giant grain trader which has its UK base in Ipswich is set to expand its operations.

Industry is turning away from major economic hubs and towards towns such as Ipswich, where they can find lower overheads and “enormous” potential for growth, an alternative finance provider says.

A Suffolk coffee brand which launched an “energy brew” this year said a new canning facility could be set up in Suffolk for it.

Stansted Airport has officially relaunched its dedicated employment academy after bringing it back ‘in-house’.

The price of a pint is becoming unaffordable as pubs are weighed down by tax burdens, a lobby group has warned.

Train services provider Greater Anglia is installing LED lighting at stations across its network in a bid to reduce its carbon footprint.

East Anglian farmers have revealed the ‘extremely challenging’ growing conditions they have been battling this season, with crop yields and quality hit by an unprecedented series of weather events.

The chair of the Suffolk branch of the Country Land and Business Association (CLA) is joining riders from around the world to take on a five-day 500km charity cycle ride across Kenya.

A ‘payments by results’ farm support scheme being trialled in Suffolk and Norfolk, and which could provide a blueprint for funding post-Brexit, is set to be extended.

A celebrity Suffolk farm owner features in a series of videos aimed at helping other farmers to branch out post-Brexit.

A drought summit held to highlight the issues which farmers faced in coping with the prolonged summer heatwave was a ‘wake-up call’ to government, farmers’ leaders said.

Eastern Enterprise Hub on Ipswich Waterfront is closing after a highly-productive seven-year run. Some of its graduates reflect on how it’s helped them. Sarah Chambers reports

The nuclear industry has highlighted its role in the UK’s future energy mix, as new government figures showed that low-carbon electricity produced in 2017 rose above the 50% mark for total power generated.

Campaigners against plans to expand passenger numbers and flights at Stansted airport are calling for more time for the public to consider new information about the plans.

A Dutch barge holiday business has dropped anchor at Snape Maltings.

The July heatwave has provided a bookings boost for Suffolk holiday businesses, which are basking in the unexpected weather bonus.

Drought conditions and a prolonged heatwave with soaring temperatures reaching above 30C are taking their toll on East Anglia’s cereal, vegetable and sugar beet crops. Sarah Chambers reports

Suffolk pedigree sheep breeders have expressed delight at the winning form of one of their home-bred ewes.

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