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The recent spate of fine weather has resulted in a flurry of early sightings of butterflies across Suffolk.
The East of England Co-op has launched a campaign with Ipswich Borough Council aimed to addressing the biggest contributors to recycling contamination.
Royal Horticultural Society says last summer’s heatwave and the mild winter mean floral scents are extra potent.
East Anglian law firm gives legal advice relating to a major deal in the UK and European outside broadcasting market.
If Brexit results in delays at Dover, Ipswich is ideally placed to support shipping companies, says port manager.
Tina Maxey, an employment solicitor based at Ellisons Solicitors , offers some advice to her younger self
As DanceEast celebrates its 10th anniversary, chief executive Brendan Keaney says the dance house has a role in boosting the region’s business community.
New report warns 40% of insect species could become extinct in a few decades.
Thousands of young people across the UK opted to miss school or college on Friday to demand action on climate change.
‘Only one in 40 CVs come from a woman’ says Claire Thorpe at SimpleClick in Ipswich.
Children across the UK - including some from East Anglia - are planning to miss school this Friday as part of a country-wide youth protest demanding action on climate change.
Depending on who you talk to: drones are either the cause of harassment to wild creatures or useful tools in conservation work.
The proposal comes as figures show transport was the biggest contributor to the UK’s carbon pollution problem in 2017.
Ports at Felixstowe and Harwich as well as Stansted Airport are included on a new list of UK entry points designated to deal with so-called CITES-listed species to and from Europe.
Money targeted at projects that help wildlife, people and the environment
What factors are driving the proliferation of this beautiful bird across the county’s famous big skies?
First case of rabbit haemorrhagic disease virus detected in hare found near Braintree in north Essex.
Nature lovers in Suffolk are being asked to take part in one of the country’s most popular citizen science events this weekend.
Conservation students have stepped in to help create a nesting place for peregrine falcons after the birds’ existing site on Ipswich Waterfront was damaged.
Chief executive of the Suffolk Agricultural Association offers some pearls of wisdom from his working life.
Technology developed by Woodbridge firm helps police forces across the UK solve crimes more quickly.
East of England Co-op says putting used nappies and crisp packets into the wrong bin hinders the recycling process
Ipswich and the wider Suffolk area has a “real opportunity” to establish itself as a centre for the creative and digital industries.
The number of plastic bags sold by retailers has been slashed by billions since the 5p charge was introduced. But what do we need to do now to further reduce usage?
First new trains on Greater Anglia network due to arrive in summer 2019
Demand for Suffolk woodland to purchase is outstripping supply but why do people buy woods?
An aid to workplace efficiency or an infringement of privacy? - three experts give their views
To recruit the best candidates companies must be prepared to step outside the traditional ways of doing things, according to Michelle Pollard, managing director of Spider.
A Suffolk birdwatching group is offering people the chance to have something to crow about – by taking part in a county-wide rook survey.
Suffolk Wildlife Trust has launched a series of photography courses aimed at helping young people to develop their skills and snap urban wildlife in the parks of Ipswich.