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A Diss-based project supporting people in East Anglia will benefit from vital funding from a regional housebuilder.

With Living Coral set to make make waves across decor trends throughout 2019, Sam Wylie-Harris reveals the sunny-hued finds to shop now.

The 570 lots, acquired since the 1960s by a Cumbrian farmer’s wife, the late Barbara Holliday, sold well above the pre-sale estimate of up to £400,0000. Prices include the buyer’s premium.

The chief operating officer of the EEF, the body representing the UK’s manufacturing sector, is to speak at a lunch event next month, hosted by Suffolk Chamber of Commerce and the Felixstowe Chamber of Trade and Commerce.

A Suffolk-based PR and marketing agency is the latest business to sponsor the Colchester Business Enterprise Agency.

An Ipswich recruitment consultant who played a key role in an episode of BBC TV show DIY SOS, admits she may have “a tear in her eye” when it is first broadcast tomorrow.

Highways and civil engineering contractor Graham has been working with Highways England, Blood Bike groups and contractors in a pioneering initiative to help Blood Bike riders reach their destinations safely during road closures in the East of England.

The value of Suffolk’s housing stock out performed the national average and grew by 3.8% in 2018 despite Brexit fears slowing the UK market, according to analysis from property expert Savills.

Colchester-based Pot ‘O’ Rizotto has proved a hit during 2018, now there are plans for further growth and a subtle change in direction.

Furniture, porcelain and a lot more at Sworders’ January auction of 20th Century design, in Essex.

A group of children’s services experts in Suffolk has launched an innovative solution to support professionals working with children who are looked after.

Braintree based Greenfields Community Housing has awarded a new five year contract to Countrywide Grounds, the UK professional grounds maintenance contractor, to deliver grounds maintenance to all the green spaces surrounding its 8,500 homes across the Braintree District and surrounding districts.

A Suffolk-based service which offers free legal advice and support for residents unable to afford the costs of a lawyer has received a generous donation in kind from property experts Savills.

The East Anglian based Chestnut Group has added The Weeping Willow (near Bury St Edmunds) and The Eight Bells (Saffron Walden) to its family of country and coastal inns.

Make your wisteria a cut above the rest by pruning it now, with the help of this simple guide.

Ipswich-based property law firm Attwells has purchased a new Colchester office on North Hill in the heart of the town, with plans to open in March 2019.

Ipswich-based design and property consultancy, Concertus, had a hugely successful year during 2018 with their charitable contributions.

We do it with bottles, cans, glass, paper, batteries and more – now Colchester Borough Council is making it easy to recycle our chewing gum.

We all consider ourselves to be good drivers, always kind and considerate on the road.

But how could we prove it? Telematics can - and it can bring lower car insurance premiums.

Sackers (Scrap Metal and Waste Recycling) has invested in a second specialist machine within 12 months, to recover copper.

Stansted Airport recorded its busiest ever year as it welcomed over 28 million passengers in 2018, an increase of 2.1 million passengers and 8.1% per cent over the previous 12 months.

There is a growing demand for commercial properties in Colchester.

There are opportunities for budding actors, and a few older ones too, at the Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds this year.

An East Anglian travel company is celebrating after having its biggest January sales weekend.

The Marketing Centre is continuing its Strategic Growth Series of workshops in the Eastern region - offering local SMEs tips for expansion in the current economic climate.

Suffolk businesses are getting together at a special conference to dicuss the challenges of serving an ageing population.

Horticulturist and gardener Michael Perry has been shortlisted as a finalist in the UK Blog Awards for his Mr Plant Geek blog.

Leading experts from the world of tinnitus and hearing loss are to speak at an event being held this February at Ipswich.

Ensors Chartered Accountants has revealed the new electric blue t-shirts for the Ipswich Building Society Twilight Road Race 2019 as chosen by the public.

Property expert Savills has officially opened the doors to its new home in the heart of Ipswich town centre.

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