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

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.

The previous owners of a dairy operation in north Suffolk said they were "extremely saddened" as production ceased at the plant.

For several years, the Mobbs - who run a free range turkey farm near Halesworth - would despatch a bumper 150 of its celebrated birds to Suffolk police headquarters in Martlesham at Christmas.

A rural firm dogged by poor broadband and mobile connections says the problem is hitting its bottom line.

Brexit is looming - but what impact will it have in East Anglia?

Dire weather has cost a Suffolk dairy farmer £60k - and he's just one casualty among many nationwide in what has been a tough year for the industry.

The last remaining larger dairy operation in East Anglia is earmarked for closure, with the loss of 19 jobs.

The festival culture is on the rise in East Anglia, bringing with it a sense of community and wellbeing - and a shot in the arm for the regional economy, experts say.

Hugely costly farm blazes raged across the eastern region in 2018 as the long, dry summer led to tinder-dry conditions, according to claims figures.

The coast of East Anglia will undoubtedly become home to a large proportion of the 37 wind farms the Labour Party has pledged to build if it enters government, an expert predicts.

When the maker of Del Boy's trademark sheepskin coat shut its Bungay factory shop in 2015 after a dire run of mild winters and harsh trading conditions, it looked as though the beloved brand had been hung up for good.

A chartered surveyor who grew up on a Welsh sheep farm is set to become the new boss at the eastern regional offices of a landowners' lobby group.

A Suffolk brewery and a Norfolk distillery have joined forces to create a 'whisky beer'.

A farm conservation group which promotes the benefits of encouraging a threatened UK game bird says efforts by East Anglian farmers and landowners are having an impact on their numbers.

Sugar makers are upbeat about his year's beet crop as harvest begins.

Farmers fear they could face restrictions on irrigating their crops next year as lack of rain puts East Anglia's supplies under pressure.

Launching new beers onto what some may consider a saturated market is not for the faint-hearted.

A farmer taking part in trials to see how the plant matter which is left after crops have been through an anaerobic digestion (AD) process - combined with a cover crop - can help soils and yields says he feels "very encouraged" by the results so far.

Eight jobs have been lost but a further 18 transferred after a farm and groundcare machinery dealer snapped up a Norwich and Ipswich-based garden equipment firm for an undisclosed sum.

The East of England 'cannot afford' to block Stansted airport's expansion plans with Brexit looming, a big-hitting business lobby group has warned.

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