A waste management and recycling company has had its goods vehicle licence revoked for a litany of breaches.
Plans to clamp down on unfair practises and inflated costs in the property management system in England have been outlined by communities secretary Sajid Javid.
An East Anglian insurance broker has two reasons to be cheerful after being shortlisted for a duo of industry awards.
An emergency meeting is being organised for farmers affected by sugar beet contractor M and J Haulage entering administration.
The experts behind a project which aims to use energy generated locally in a more intelligent way hope it could be key to unlocking growth in Norwich.
The world’s most famous locomotive, the Flying Scotsman is to visit East Anglia this evening.
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