There is life left in the high street, insists an automotive retailer who has launched a store in East Anglia.

A dog food maker has snapped up another family-run operation in East Anglia to create a giant £24m turnover business with a combined workforce of 90 people.

Halfords is recruiting hundreds of MOT testers and vehicle technicians after a surge in demand.

Businesses in the East of England are being encouraged to explore exporting to Japan after the UK secured what the government described as an “historic” post-Brexit trade deal.

One of England’s original craft brewers is toasting its 7,000th brew.

A keen rider who faced “terrible” pain after her damaged hip gave way is back in the saddle again – thanks to specialist surgery.

The digital divide is being felt more strongly in the East of England as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, a survey suggests.

The fragile recovery of East Anglia’s shopping meccas has taken another battering as the effects of the pandemic continue to be felt.

A protective coatings manufacturer is set to expand after being “very encouraged” by tests which showed its effectiveness against coronavirus.

A bid to enshrine food safety into law and require imported food to meet domestic legal standards was defeated this week with the help of all Suffolk and north Essex MPs - except one.

Sales of publicly-marketed farmland have plummeted to an all-time low across Suffolk, Essex and Norfolk as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

Retail footfall across the East of England has continued to take a battering from the coronavirus pandemic – but is faring better than some other parts of the country.

East Anglian accountancy experts have questioned whether chancellor Rishi Sunak’s targeted scheme to help employers hit by the latest wave of coronavirus lockdown will work.

A Suffolk farmer is at the forefront of a promotional campaign by fast food giant McDonald’s highlighting its commitment to UK produce.

Government proposals to allow in tariff-free imports of raw cane sugar from around the world has come under fire from angry East Anglian sugar beet farmers.

A landowners’ leader has given birth to a baby girl.

An East Anglian rooflight manufacturer expects to be creating more jobs after the company was bought out by its management team in a multi-million pound deal.

A new scheme is helping great crested newt populations in Suffolk and Norfolk by using cash from housebuilders.

Anglian Water has been criticised by an official watchdog for failing to meet required standards on pollution – but the firm has vowed improvements have already been made.

It’s faced a muddy two-month weather delay and a potential minefield around the coronavirus crisis – but a giant tomato glasshouse project looks set to come in ahead of schedule in December 2020 or early January.

Organisers of the Suffolk Show have decided to cancel next year’s event after deeming it not possible to hold “safely and with confidence”.

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