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Laura Buckingham believes her generation has entered the farming industry at a critical juncture.

A family-run livestock farm on the outskirts of Ipswich has launched its own on-site butchery.

Fears have been raised that Suffolk's farms could be turned into wildlife reserves which reject food production.

Heavy rainfall has brought misery to landlords and customers of a Suffolk pub after it suffered heavy flooding.

The price of homes in the East of England should rebound and rise by 11% over the next five years with good properties in Ipswich - and some Suffolk's coastal towns - in demand, experts predict.

European ash trees may be fighting back more effectively against a damaging beetle than expected, a new study suggests.

Sixty-six Ipswich lorry drivers and workers were left "gutted" - after being laid off just weeks before Christmas.

Lawyers have expressed delight after vying against law firms across the UK to be crowned best in the country.

Politicians are being urged to back a new bid to close the productivity gap between town and country and unleash rural communities' "great potential" as we head towards the general election in December.

A new shop which re-uses items that would otherwise be recycled or thrown away is set to open in Bury St Edmunds.

A self storage company is celebrating a sales boost - as homeowners opt to do up their properties rather than move home.

Britain's high streets have had to weather a decade of challenges and change - from the aftermath of the 2008 credit crunch, to the rise of online retail and out-of-town shopping.

When farmers' daughter Beth Duchesne first started driving a tractor on the road 10 years ago, gender stereotyping was so rife she could stop traffic.

The first phase of a giant warehousing complex geared for the needs of online shopping is taking shape at Ipswich.

The UK's new crop of farmers are ditching sentiment in favour of a much more pragmatic approach as the industry faces up to an enormous set of challenges, East Anglian land agents believe.

The first moves towards creating thousands of construction roles and a 900-strong permanent workforce for a new nuclear power station have got into gear with a school recruitment drive.

Agricultural standards in the UK must not be sacrificed in favour of "cheap, nasty" post-Brexit trade deals, a farmers' leader warned as he addressed Suffolk farmers.

A Suffolk couple set to run an idyllic new dairy business being created on the island of Sark, off the coast of France, have been out to visit the island.

Outspoken Brexit politician and dancefloor disaster Ann Widdecombe has urged Suffolk business leaders to "grab the new future with both hands" as she addressed an event in Ipswich.

A pub chef from Suffolk will be taking part in a cook-off to find the country's best game chef.

Business coaching has helped to turbo-charge growth at an Ipswich electronics firm.

A food ingredients firm in north Essex has taken on an industry heavyweight as its new managing director.

Around 16 staff at Ipswich Mothercare face an uncertain future as administrators called in by the troubled retailer said it announced the phased closure of all 79 of its remaining shops, putting 2,500 jobs at risk.

Businesses in east Suffolk will be shown how they can steer a path through Brexit and emerge unscathed at an event especially geared for them.

A 60-year-old student said she was "chuffed" after picking up her degree and an academic accolade - 32 years after she first decided she wanted to further her studies.

An independent fashion chain favoured by the stars aims to buck the retail trend with the launch of a new flagship store in Bury St Edmunds.

Staff and customers at a play centre pitched in to save the day for youngsters celebrating their birthdays after a burst pipe caused a major flood.

Around 16 staff at Ipswich's Mothercare store are facing an anxious time after the retail chain announced that it would be appointing administrators.

The last decade has brought considerable changes to Britain's high streets, with the credit crunch and the rise of digital shopping wreaking havoc.

College students were given real-life work experience as they helped to build glamping pods at a farm near Ipswich.

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