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Ten inspiring local women will be offering free ‘speed mentoring’ to the next generation at a festival on Ipswich Waterfront on Saturday, October 6.

An East Anglian retail chain expressed delight after scooping a prestigious industry award for an anti-food waste initiative launched in its stores.

Fundraising in memory of a prominent Suffolk businessman has raised nearly £38K.

The majority of business leaders in East Anglia and the Midlands would welcome a second referendum on Brexit, a survey suggests.

East Anglian farmers and land managers should start preparing their budgets without the direct payment element in order to ready themselves for life post-Brexit, land agents advise following the publication of the government’s much-anticipated and environment-heavy Agriculture Bill this month.

A bovine TB test developed by a Suffolk firm looks set to be a game-changer in the battle against a disease which has plagued livestock herds all over the world and shows little sign of abating.

A premium Suffolk chicken brand has featured in a ‘where to eat’ guide for London’s Fashion Week.

A long-running East Anglian business showcase is set to move back to its old home as a new chairman takes over the reins at the organisation behind it.

A sold-out gala dinner in memory of a ‘larger than life’ Suffolk rugby player who fell ill and died during a match last year has hugely exceeded fundraisers’ expectations.

A Suffolk dairy farmer said he was “really chuffed” after his cheese-making story provided the inspiration for a plot in the popular BBC Radio 4 soap, The Archers.

A group of Dutch buyers is set to get a VIP welcome at an East Anglian food and drink showcase as the region strives to encourage more trade with the Netherlands.

The less-than-healthy diet of UK consumers is set to take centre-stage at a food conference in Suffolk.

Two ‘rare’ pockets of former parkland and woodland near Woodbridge with freehold guide prices of £160k and £210k are set to be auctioned off.

A new migration report which suggests outside of seasonal workers there should be no explicit route for low-skilled labour is ‘missing the point’, pig farmers’ leaders claim.

A Suffolk gastropub is celebrating after scooping a gastronomic award.

Profits have soared at the Suffolk parent company of a family-run duck and specialist meat firm - despite tough trading conditions in the industry as a whole.

An educational publisher with a long history in East Anglia has started a new chapter after moving to new premises at Melton, near Woodbridge.

Results of one of Suffolk Chamber’s most successful surveys - into public procurement pitch experiences - is being analysed to work out ways to make tendering easier.

Farmers are ‘fitties’, a new survey suggests.

An East Anglian pig farmer has called for a cull of wild pigs to help defend the UK herd against a devastating disease which has broken out in continental Europe.

UK pig farmers are being warned to be on the alert following an “extremely concerning” outbreak of African swine fever (ASF) in wild boar in Belgium.

UK farming was standing at the threshold of a new era this week as the government unveiled its Agriculture Bill, the structure that will underpin the sector’s future after Brexit.

One of the largest agricultural businesses in the UK, which is based across Suffolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire, is up for sale for the first time in its 100-year history.

Easton and Otley College students returned short of a medal but with their heads held high after taking part in a farming ‘Olympics’ in Portugal.

A food assurance scheme is beefing up its farm inspection regime as it launches a TV advertising campaign to help raise its profile.

East Anglian farmers “will be gainers” from a new era for subsidy payments, the government pledged as it prepared to unveil its much-anticipated Agriculture Bill.

East Anglian agricultural students will be pitting their skills against some of the best in Europe as they battle it out at farming’s equivalent of the Olympics.

Recent warm and wet conditions may put the dampers on what has been shaping up to be a bumper UK grape harvest, an East Anglian vineyard owner has warned.

A Suffolk-based pubs group is introducing compostable straws across its estate in what’s thought to be a sector first.

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.

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