University team is “working 18-hour days” to find out cause of spate of hare deaths.

If you want someone to put the current concerns about coastal erosion into a geological perspective, then writer Nicholas Crane can do it as eloquently as anybody.

Wildlife enthusiasts from East Anglia are being asked to take part in a national study of tawny owls, so experts can get a better idea of the bird’s population and how factors such as urbanisation and light pollution are affecting this night-time hunter.

Volunteers are needed to survey the region for remnants of traditional orchards.

Co-op Secure Response has already more than doubled its turnover for the whole of last year.

A funeral director with offices in Suffolk and Norfolk is leading the way in delivering environmentally-friendly funerals.

Here’s a guide to Anglian Water’s five Green Flag water parks in the region.

Conservationist Roberto Pedraza Ruiz is exhibiting his photographs of the ancient forest of Sierra Gorda in Mexico in East Anglia this week.

Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s public appeal to raise £1m to help create wildness as far as the eye can see at Carlton Marshes near Lowestoft has hit its target.

A new book by Mark Cocker is a major event and his latest is a work of sweeping ambition - a sobering tale of the conservation movement’s development in the face of huge wildlife declines. Ross Bentley spoke to the Norfolk-based writer about the themes he has raised.

EEF, the manufacturers’ organisation, has launched the 10th annual Future Manufacturing Awards, designed to find unsung manufacturing heroes and outstanding apprentices.

From a base in Great Blakenham near Ipswich, natural flavour and fragrance solutions company Omega Ingredients exports to a number of countries around the world.

An East Anglian marketing guru is launching an upmarket men’s clothing range inspired by his experiences of life on the Suffolk and Norfolk coast.

Scores of jobs are under threat at the region’s leading agricultural college.

Jonathan Cole may live in Surrey but it is the business he represents and its potential to have a huge impact on East Anglia, which puts him among the business elite in the region.

Over the coming years we will see a huge increase in the number of electric vehicles (EVs) on our roads, as manufacturers phase out polluting diesel and petrol-powered cars in favour of those offering lower carbon emissions.

A husband and wife team have taken over a regional business transfer agency with a view to bringing a higher level of service to people wanting to buy and sell a business.

Anglian Water has denied it is “seeking industrial unrest” in a dispute over workers pensions.

Despite the growing resistance to cold calling, using the phone to make a sales call can still be effective if done intelligently and used as part of a marketing strategy that incorporates multiple communication channels.

Developing an industrial strategy for Norfolk and Suffolk, strengthening place marketing and inward investment, and collaborating with other regions where there is a common interest are some of the ways the East Anglian business community can best position itself in preparation for Brexit, according to a report.

Rising at 5.30am, getting six hours’ sleep and starting a full time job at 22 years-old are some of the things influential business people have in common, new research suggests.

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