Bethany Whymark

To mark the one-year anniversary of the EU referendum, the Office for National Statistics has been crunching some numbers to decide how much better or worse off Britain has become since the vote for Brexit.

One of Europe’s most eco-friendly buildings in Norwich has added to its impressive tally of awards.

One year after Britain’s vote to leave the European Union, we ask businesses how the intervening year has affected the long road to Brexit.

The typical car insurance premium has surged by £90 over the last year – but prices in the East of England sit below the average.

Media company Archant is helping small businesses to wrap their heads around the ever-changing digital world.

Estate agents paid a record amount in compensation to buyers, sellers and tenants in 2016, according to the Property Ombudsman.

Japanese and the Chinese languages are the most lucrative for UK jobseekers, offering average salaries of more than £31,000 for speakers, according to a study.

Investing in social mobility presents a way for businesses to “make a difference” in their communities, according to a director at an accountancy firm which has received national praise for its social policies.

Accountancy firm Grant Thornton has topped a national list of employers taking the most action to improve social mobility in the workplace.

A “groundswell” in favour of companies who wear their heart of their sleeve is boosting the momentum of co-operatives in the East of England.

Businesses need to ensure they are offering a fair deal to skilled employees to fill workforce gaps, according to two Norwich recruitment experts.

Cars made in Britain are becoming more British, according to a new report into automotive manufacturing.

Community-run energy schemes across the country such as local solar and wind projects are powering the equivalent of 130,000 homes, according to a report.

A team of food law experts hopes to tackle “misleading” food packaging with its own range of labels.

Companies targeted by cyber criminals could be labelled as both victims and offenders, the solicitor who defended the teenaged Talk Talk hacker has warned.

Your company’s telephone system could be providing a “back door” for hackers to access internal networks, according to a telecoms expert.

A charity-run skills and activities centre in Great Yarmouth has teamed up with a local technology firm.

A Norwich insurance company is showing its support for two regional medical charities.

A former NHS nurse who retrained as a therapist is hoping to soothe hearts and minds in Norwich after setting up her own clinic.

An ambitious project to tackle youth unemployment in Norwich is launching a fresh drive to get more businesses in the city involved.

Electric supercar technology could soon be powering your commute, thanks to research by a Norfolk manufacturer.

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