The new landowners' leader for the East of England believes the untapped potential of the rural economy is a "huge opportunity" for the UK as we move into a new era.
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.
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A specialist meat firm is gearing up for a "very strong" festive season following major investment in its north Suffolk factory.
Investigations are continuing into the source of an outbreak of bird flu on a commercial chicken farm in Mid Suffolk where thousands of birds are being culled.
A chair of governors has hit out at the "heavy hand" of regulators as his college sought to recover from the blow of two successive failed Ofsted inspections.
A house that was one the home of a Victorian farm bailiff is being put up for sale - having retained many of the extra features appropriate to a man of his stature.
More than £650m worth of nuclear contracts have been awarded to East of England companies for a nuclear power plant project which is set to provide the template for Sizewell C, it has been revealed.
It may be many miles away from the Suffolk coast, but one East Anglian factory has adopted a novel approach to bringing a sense of togetherness to its 100-strong workforce.
Workers at pubs and brewery giant Greene King are set to hold a ballot on strike action in a dispute over pay.
Caravan park owners are celebrating a prestigious national newcomer accolade after setting up a farm diversification business near Diss.
Crop growing across East Anglia has been severely disrupted by prolonged wet weather - and there are fears the effects will continue to be felt next year.
A women's charity is crossing the gender divide with a new venture aimed at helping men transform their lives.
A car dealership has closed its Halesworth operation, with the loss of 21 jobs in the town.
Farmers' leaders warned that a no-deal Brexit would be "economically and socially catastrophic" as they launched their own manifesto in the run-up to the December general election.
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.