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Suffolk’s best farm apprentices have less than a month to get their entries in for a prestigious county award.

Suffolk Show organisers are promising an event which is ‘bigger and better than ever’ this year.

Ipswich Building Society will be opening a new Woodbridge branch on Tuesday, February 27, from 10am.

A top accountancy firm has pledged to use its extensive business network to help a new initiative aimed at boosting the social mobility of young people in Ipswich.

Five Suffolk companies have made it onto a list of Britain’s top exporters.

Suffolk Show-goers are set to enjoy a mixed feast of nostalgia and novelty at this year’s event, as organisers build on the success of last year’s bumper event.

Suffolk Agricultural Association celebrated a “tremendous year” at its annual general meeting on Monday (February 19).

Shortages of labour and materials could hit the economies of Suffolk and Norfolk if Brexit talks go sour, a business report looking at challenges and opportunities says.

A building society boss says speculation about future base rate changes creates frustration for those seeking a mortgage.

International safety experts have given the thumbs up to Sizewell B nuclear power station following a three week review.

Train operator Greater Anglia says it has received “positive feedback” from customers after giving out free Valentine’s cupcakes to commuters.

An Ipswich architect has been re-elected as chairman of the Suffolk branch of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) as the University of Suffolk launches its first architecture degree course.

An Essex ingredients firm has appointed a new boss.

The Irish Republic, France, the US, Netherlands and Germany were the top five export markets for UK food and drink last year, according to government figures.

A Suffolk farming professional hopes to give an agricultural charity a healthy cash boost when she runs the London Marathon on April 22.

A free-range egg producer, a pig farmer and a potato grower are set to battle it out for a coveted regional food producer title after being crowned county champions.

Horticultural students are thrilled after they were awarded £50,000 worth of support from a foundation set up in memory of a celebrated Suffolk plantsman.

Business heavyweight Mark Pendlington is no stranger to crises, having at one time headed up the communications team for the late Conservative politician Cecil Parkinson, during his stormy reign as a cabinet minister under Margaret Thatcher.

The National Farmers’ Union (NFU) Mutual office in Ipswich is hosting a charity event with the NFU on Friday, February 9.

The growing Chinese market offers a ‘really good opportunity’ for East Anglia’s food and drink sector, a government official said as he attended an industry event in Ipswich.

The burgeoning electric vehicle industry presents an “exciting opportunity” for the East of England to strengthen its economic relationship with China, according to an enterprise leader.

East of England Co-op’s Tremendous Tractor Tour rolled into Ipswich with its two Suffolk Producer of the Year nominees this week.

An iconic workhorse which was a key part of farming life before the advent of the tractor is set to take pride of place in promoting this year’s Suffolk Show.

An Ipswich web recruitment firm has clinched a 12 month contract with Saxmundham home care provider Christies Care.

An Ipswich logistics director has scooped a major industry award.

The East of England Co-op has rescheduled its Tremendous Tractor Taste Tour across Essex. Suffolk and Norfolk to Tuesday, January 30, after high winds prevented it from going ahead on January 24.

Easton and Otley College has launched a recruitment drive for an “educational superstar” to lead it.

Regional retail chain the East of England Co-op has postponed a planned tractor tour of Essex, Suffolk and Norfolk to promote its local produce because of predicted high winds.

A Suffolk free range egg producer has welcomed a tightening of restrictions to prevent the spread of bird flu in England, but fears an outbreak in the domestic bird population is imminent.

East Anglian supermarket chain the East of England Co-op is set to tour the region on a tractor promoting local produce.

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