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Corporate employee fraud cost businesses in the East of England more than £6.3m last year, according to data.
A popular cake-making company has expanded into larger premises.
An East Anglian organisation promoting advances in farm technology and thinking has launched a report setting out a vision to transform the UK’s ‘broken’ farming model.
A landowners’ lobby group is calling for a clampdown on fly-tipping across Suffolk and Essex and tougher punishment for offenders.
Suffolk MPs from across the political spectrum got behind the National Farmers’ Union’s (NFU) Back British Farming Day this week.
The East of England has all the elements to lead the way in overcoming the obstacles faced by farmers after Brexit, the new chair of a group promoting innovation within the industry believes.
Bird flu remains a threat, particularly with the return of colder weather, poultry keepers have been warned.
Farmers who diversified into holiday cottages are celebrating the opening of a new luxury ‘big barn’ with a host of attractions inside.
“Great uncertainty” in the UK about the consequences of Brexit has hit animal feed sales, according to ForFarmers.
East Anglian accountancy firm Ensors said it was “beyond thrilled” after being shortlisted for two accolades at the British Accountancy Awards 2017.
Stansted Airport’s business change director Martin Lyall will be guest speaker at Suffolk Chamber’s networking lunch on September 19 at 11.30am at Finborough Hall, Stowmarket.
An Ipswich town centre pub is set to reopen following a £350,000 facelift.
A port boss has hailed Ipswich’s Viking-themed maritime festival as a great success.
The newly-opened Ipswich depot of a charity which distributes food to homeless hostels and other frontline organisations has welcomed its first delivery.
A leisure airline is set to create more than 170 new jobs at Stansted Airport.
A building society boss based in Ipswich has underlined the business’s commitment to maintaining a high street presence.
An Ipswich-based building firm has helped to give an Essex theatre a new lease of life.
An Ipswich chartered insurance brokers says it has performed strongly in the first half of 2017.
An Ipswich accountant who quit his job in 2013 to follow his calling to become a priest has celebrated his first year running his own practice.
An East Anglian college principal has quit following a damning Ofsted report.
Employment across the UK has reached an all-time high, but saw a 0.6% fall in the East of England, according to latest figures.
A growing East of England-based facilities management firm is celebrating further expansion after acquiring a security business.
Most people have a favourable view of British farming, according to a survey.
A touring circus from Ipswich is returning for a series of performances in September - and the chance for businesses to get in on the fun.
Outgoing chair of New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) Mark Pendlington is set to become the new chair of governors at Easton and Otley College.
CCTV will be mandatory in all slaughterhouses in England under plans announced by Environment Secretary Michael Gove.
An East Anglian recruitment firm has opened up employee benefits to its temps, in what it believes may be an industry first.
A pre-cast concrete firm is celebrating the 10th anniversary of a major project at the Port of Ipswich.
An Ipswich recruitment firm is celebrating 10 years in business during which it has placed nearly 500 HR professionals in new roles.
A Suffolk home furnishings superstore is undergoing a major £1m refurbishment aimed at giving it a fresh new look.