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Bury St Edmunds-based Greene King is leading efforts to stamp out bigotry at work by taking a leading role in promoting diversity in its ranks.

Plummeting GDP, labour shortages, a spike in costs ... The New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership's new Brexit report makes worrying reading for businesses in the East. Sarah Chambers reports.

Suffolk has enjoyed a record year for company start-ups as more entrepreneurs decide to throw their hat in the ring, new figures suggest.

Union chiefs have slammed a shock decision to block plans to expand Stansted airport as "short-sighted" and damaging to jobs.

The final clear-out of a key manufacturing site in Suffolk is on track to be completed by mid-2020 after a multinational company decided to relocate to eastern Europe, with the loss of 135 staff.

A total of 22 market towns and villages in the East of England - including three on the Suffolk/Norfolk border - are set to get ultrafast broadband as part of a national plan to get it to 'harder-to-reach' areas.

When American drinks giant Molson Coors bought an historic Suffolk cider business which had been in the same family for eight generations, its first move was to assure residents that it was staying put.

A major budget hotel chain faced a major writedown after hitting difficulties converting an old listed building in Ipswich.

An 800-strong workforce has moved into meat giant Cranswick's biggest factory project to date and production has begun.

With one farmer taking their own life every week, Luke Broadley felt he had to act.

Rave reviews and a hunger for success have led a Suffolk food entrepreneur to dream big for his expanding burger chain empire.

A flexible workspace franchise is set to launch 32,000sq ft of office space in the centre of Ipswich.

An Ipswich restaurant specialising in Indian and Nepalese cuisine has re-opened - following a challenging few years.

Campaigners seeking to stop plans to expand Stansted airport are pinning their hopes on a council meeting on Friday, January 24.

Back in 2002, Paul Magnus was proudly celebrating the opening of a new 100,000 sq ft warehouse and distribution centre for Magnus Group - the logistics operation he founded - at Great Blakenham, near Ipswich.

Play-starved adults and children are set to enjoy 'green therapy' as a new forest-based venture is launched.

The launch of a long-awaited new version of the Agriculture Bill overturning the current farm subsidy system in favour of a radical new 'public money for public goods' approach has been broadly welcomed by Suffolk farmers' leaders.

Two sisters have expressed their delight after the Duchess of Cambridge crowned her pre-birthday celebrations by stepping out wearing a Suffolk fedora.

Around 425 workers at a baby bottle making plant are being offered help to find new jobs as it prepares to close later this year.

Fresh talks are due to be held at Felixstowe docks on Thursday (January 16) after union members voted decisively in favour of strike action.

Workers at a Bury St Edmunds-based pubs and brewery giant are preparing for strike action in a row over pay.

There has been a mixed reaction from Suffolk farmers after environment secretary Theresa Villiers sought to reassure them that UK agricultural standards would not be compromised in pursuit of crucial post-Brexit trade deals.

Buoyant food and drink producers from Suffolk and Norfolk are heading across the English Channel on a mission to drum up trade with the UK's European neighbours.

A new daily rail service has been launched linking the Port of Felixstowe to a large Midlands hub.

An Ipswich employer is set to help youngsters in the town find careers by making them more employable.

A restriction zone around a commercial chicken farm in Mid Suffolk has been lifted after officials deemed it disease-free.

A sauce maker was among the major beneficiaries of £1.7bn worth of loans given out to firms in the East of England last year by one banking business.

A university and a business organisation have joined forces to try to bridge a skills gap among Suffolk's bosses.

Staff at Greggs' seven Ipswich stores are set to share in a slice of a £7m windfall to celebrate the bakery chain's rising fortunes.

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