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Former bear guide Philip Charles had a grizzly start to his first season running wildlife safaris in Suffolk after the coronavirus pandemic struck. But things are looking up.

Estate agents are expecting strong interest in a stunningly-set Suffolk farm as demand for beautiful country properties soars post-lockdown.

A Felixstowe shipping firm is looking to expand in response to post-lockdown demand.

East Anglian turkey producers are battling to adjust to the new realities of a Covid Christmas as the traditional feast is downsized.

An HR specialist is set to play a lead role in the Suffolk and Norfolk economy at “a tough point in time” for the region’s businesses.

Union bosses are calling for the government to step in and help beleaguered aviation workers as up to 98 baggage handlers at Stansted airport face the axe.

A former Port of Felixstowe boss has taken on a key role with the port owners.

Past recessions suggest Suffolk and Norfolk could escape the worst of the economic downturn caused by the coronavirus pandemic, a business chief says as he steps down from a critical role for the counties’ economy.

A ‘no-deal’ Brexit would be “the final nail in the coffin” for many manufacturers in the East of England already struggling to recover from the coronavirus pandemic, the sector has warned.

John Lewis Partnership staff are set to miss out on their annual bonus for the first time since 1953 as the group gears up for store closures.

Economic output in the East of England is set to recover faster than the UK average in 2021, a study suggests.

Stansted airport saw cargo volumes soar this year – partly fuelled by a huge surge in online buying amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Businesses should be bracing themselves for the removal of the government’s coronavirus safety net, legal experts have warned.

An Ipswich-based appliance repair and service business has been bought by another fast-growing firm.

People reaching the end of their working lives may want to consider putting off retirement until the effects of the coronavirus pandemic subside, an East Anglian pensions expert suggests.

Ipswich high street footfall is returning to pre-pandemic activity levels much faster than in Norwich, figures suggest.

Higher prices and less consumer choice could be on the cards unless the UK reaches a deal with the European Union (EU) over Brexit, East Anglian business leaders have warned.

Around £370k is being invested in repairs to an historic river wall at the old entrance to the Port of Ipswich Wet Dock.

Consumers are being urged to buy a sandwich to prevent businesses which make the lunchtime staple from going under.

A regional retailer aims to help customers living on the breadline by supporting a child poverty campaign started by football superstar Marcus Rashford.

Suffolk’s showpiece harvest festival celebration is set to move from the grandeur of St Edmundsbury Cathedral to the outdoor home of the Suffolk Show this year.

Here’s the latest list of major players to announce jobs cuts since lockdown was announced.

Save British Farming (SBF) campaigners gathered at the Ipswich Cornhill to join a national protest supporting the home-grown agricultural industry and warning against a ‘no-deal’ exit from the European Union.

Travel companies specialising in taking tourists off the beaten track say they have been left high and dry as they deal with the fallout from the coronavirus crisis.

Sizewell C could play a key role in “building back Britain” as it emerges from recession, according to the team behind the proposed multi-billion pound project.

Restaurant chain Chiquito has announced the reopening of a Suffolk site.

A Suffolk engineering firm which specialises in making technically-advanced centrifugal pumps for the oil and gas industry says it’s “delighted” after clinching a deal which will allow it to expand further into African markets.

A series of works by a mystery Suffolk artist known as The Hat are set to go under the hammer.

A US multinational is relocating all its professional mower manufacturing to Ipswich.

Pubs and brewing giant Greene King is ramping up its apprentice workforce after bringing back more than 90% of its staff.

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