Residents and visitors to Lowestoft town centre may have noticed the colourful floral displays brightening the streets this summer.
Business leaders say widening the A12 through Essex will slash journey times and be good news for the economy – as the government confirmed funding for the project.
Many people in East Anglia would welcome the introduction of penalty fines for feeding seagulls, a poll has suggested.
A business organisation has shown their support for the Trawlerboys.
An open air music venue, visitor centre and attraction to showcase the historic Beach Village are among some of the ideas people from Lowestoft would like to see at the country’s most easterly point.
Business leaders in parts of Suffolk hit hardest by changes in rate payments say they are a “kick in the teeth” and threaten the diversity of rural towns.
They are commonplace in seaside towns.
East Anglia’s business community was largely unimpressed by Budget measures announced today by Philip Hammond to help firms facing massive increases in rates bills.
Businesses in Southwold have been leading the fight against the increase in business rates which has left many small high street outlets facing an uncertain future.
Associated British Ports (ABP), which operates 21 ports in the UK – including those at Ipswich and Lowestoft – has become Suffolk Chamber of Commerce’s latest patron.
A vision to create a new “super district” along the east coast is another step closer to becoming a reality after two cabinets agreed to merge their councils.
2016 has been another busy year for Lowestoft Vision, part of Suffolk Chamber of Commerce in Lowestoft & Waveney.
A sprinkling of fairytale magic, mixed in with a host of festive songs, spread plenty of Christmas cheer across Lowestoft.
It had a £33million increase in public funding last year and is run by an unelected body, influencing decisions which affect people everywhere in our region.
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