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A Bury St Edmunds undergraduate has designed six new innovative seats for a Colchester-based commercial seating manufacturer.

A new multi-storey car park, new buses, additional security staff, more phone charging points and extra water filling stations are being unveiled at an Essex airport ahead of the busy summer season.

A new St Elizabeth Hospice charity shop, community hub and coffee shop opens on Friday in Heath Road, Ipswich, Here are five unusual items I found there.

The multi-million pound revamp of the former Fisons headquarters in Princes Street is now fully let, in a move town centre leaders hope will create a “fantastic” first impression of Ipswich.

There is still time to enter the 2019 Suffolk Business Awards, with a chance to shine the spotlight on your firm’s hard work and achievements.

A Suffolk National Express coach driver has beaten the best in the business to be crowned joint ‘driver of the year’ after a day of racing competition.

Suffolk pub and restaurant operator Greene King is targeting food waste with cut-price meals at the end of the day.

The former Ipswich Co-operative Society head office Carr Street is being transformed to create 33 new town centre homes over what was the landmark department store.

Globe-trotting firm Surya Foods is clocking up the air miles to promote its brands.

The former Alstons Cabinets furniture factory is back on the market.

The family behind Huffers in Sudbury are putting the final touches to their latest venture - a new fish restuarant which is set to open in Ipswich town centre next month.

A yacht running on solar-powered batteries and recyclable sails will soon be on the high seas thanks to an Ipswich company.

Suffolk charity Survivors in Transition has received a £400,000 boost from the National Lottery Community Fund.

A holiday operator is extending its offering from Stansted in summer 2020 with three new destinations and 80,000 extra seats.

The pace of technological development increases all the time but one Suffolk learning provider has the answer for those struggling to keep up.

The Businesswoman’s Network is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a birthday bash at the Jobserve Community Stadium in Colchester.

East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices has been revealed as the second-fastest growing retailer in a national survey.

Young people in Suffolk looking to build a future career will need new ‘softer’ skills to secure their position in a rapidly evolving job market, according to a report from financial and business advisers Grant Thornton.

Business leaders from across Suffolk, and beyond, gathered at RAF Wattisham for a special business breakfast, to find out about engaging with the military.

There was dismay in Newmarket when Marks and Spencer closed its store in The Guineas last summer.

A long established Ipswich copier company has been acquired by Hertford-based Corona Corporate Solutions, a provider of print and telecommunications services.

Suffolk New College held a special event during National Apprenticeship Week to shine a line on the importance of apprenticeships.

Stansted Airport saw more 1.87 million passengers pass through the airport in February, an increase of 8.2% over the same month in 2018.

A country cottage is often what springs to mind when you think of your dream home, now imagine the rural idyll with easy access to transport, hospitals and retail facilities.

Colchester Institute’s Clacton campus has undergone a major revamp to provide more opportunities for local people to develop the skills for careers in the construction.

The East office of leisure property specialists Fleurets has won Estates Gazette’s EGi Award for the Most Active Agent in the leisure and hotels market in the Eastern region for 2018.

Family-run The Bridge Hotel in Brandon is taking part in a special Pay What You Think It’s worth promotion this month.

This newly-built cliff-top home offering panoramic views of Felixstowe and al fresco dining could be yours for a cool £1.3m.

Former catering students at Colchester Institute are getting together for a special charity dinner, in memory of a friend.

Basepoint staff and licensees went head-to-head with other local businesses in the St Elizabeth Hospice fundraising initiative ‘RideFest’.

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