A major employer is set to expand after a record growth year and two land deals.
A technology company has pioneered a device which turns mildly salty tap water into a powerful disinfectant.
The owner and staff at a landmark hotel celebrated 35 years in business with a glass of champers.
A riding school that began life with ‘one horse and no money’ is celebrating its 25th anniversary.
A new shop for baby and toddler clothes has opened after a trial run as a pop-up.
A luxury 'cat hotel' with wrought iron beds and air conditioning has opened on an eight acre rural estate.
Tickets are now on sale for those wishing to attend the Bury Free Press Business Awards, 2021.
The new website for this year’s much-anticipated West Suffolk Business Festival is now live.
A man who attempted to throw tennis balls filled with cannabis into a prison could now be facing a jail sentence himself.
A popular hairdresser is celebrating 40 years at the salon where he started his career.
A telephone marketing company is celebrating its tenth anniversary and an award win
People are being urged to 'still get a ticket' despite a number of broken machines in two car parks in a Suffolk town.
A Suffolk butcher and his family were literally dancing with joy when their shop was named the best in Britain.
Residents, businesses and visitors are being asked to help define the first ever parking strategy across two districts.
An inquest jury has been granted more time to consider its verdict on the death of a 25-year-old software engineer.
Chris Morris witnesses the birth of a new cool in a historic market town, as pioneered originally by St Edmund.
A probation officer who described her relationship with a client as like "living in a porno" has been sent to jail.
A young entrepreneur is celebrating after being named as one of the best market traders in the country.
A new shared workspace is helping put a Suffolk town on the map as one of the coolest places to work...and play.
A writer is hoping her new book about the joy of owning a cat will go down purrr-fectly with readers.