Bethany Whymark

An airline has scrapped a summer service from Norwich Airport three months before it was due to begin.

The agreement of a near two-year transition period after Brexit has provided some relief for East Anglia’s small businesses – but many feel more clarity is still needed on how leaving the European Union will impact them.

The oldest part of a historic Norwich hotel has become the newest in an ongoing £2.5m renovation.

Bike sharing firm ofo is now a well established presence in Norwich, with its yellow dockless bikes a common site on the city’s streets.

Primark has revealed when it will move into its new temporary home in Norwich city centre.

Retail prices rose at their slowest year-on-year rate in February in more than a year as supermarkets, vehicle fuel and online shopping helped to buoy sales.

More than 11,000 UK restaurants are suffering financial distress amid a “perfect storm” hitting the £5.9 billion sector, according to new research.

Flybe has seen its shares plummet after a takeover bid by the owner of London Southend Airport fell through.

Chancellor Philip Hammond is to unveil a new strategy for the financial technology (or fintech) sector.

A 120-year tradition of boat building at one of the Norfolk Broads’ most well known firms is coming to an end – with the loss of up to 20 jobs.

Embracing new forms of transport – and new ways of using them – will be crucial to ensuring a reduction in vehicle emissions in the coming years.

Amid competition from social media, how do you keep businesspeople interested in meeting each other face to face? Bethany Whymark reports on the new trends in networking.

An industrial services group is putting a multi-million pound investment into its “important” Great Yarmouth operations after securing a contract with energy giant Shell – which could also bring new jobs to the area.

Leaving the European Union presents an opportunity to develop a new skills policy for East Anglia, says Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) area lead David Howell.

A Norfolk commercial photographer will be showcasing how his career has become his passion during an exhibition in his home county.

Today has been designated International Day of Happiness, and with most adults spending half their waking hours at work from Monday to Friday, being happy at work should be as important as being happy at home.

Oil and gas production in the North Sea is forecast to grow by 5% in 2018 – but low levels of drilling mean a “much more uncertain” outlook for future years.

The Norfolk manufacturer of a low-maintenance fire extinguisher will be pitching to the supply chain of one of the world’s biggest airports after signing a contract to have its product installed in the transport hub’s terminals.

A Norfolk pet food producer is blazing a trail in industry innovation with a “premium nutrition” product.

Today the world marks International Women’s Day – a celebration of past and present female achievements and an incitement for women to reach higher in the future.

Becoming a “simpler, stronger” group will allow Aviva to give more back to its shareholders this year, according to new figures.

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