Since being declared as the makers of the best white wine in the world the phone has been ringing off the hook for Winbirri Vineyards. Doug Faulkner visited the Surlingham firm to find out their secret.
The gender pay gap among academic staff will not be closed for 40 years at the current rate of progress, a new study shows.
An innovative building at the University of East Anglia has been presented with its 20th award less than two years after opening its doors.
A south Norfolk abattoir, which had its licence to slaughter animals suspended while it was under investigation, has failed in its bid to be allowed to kill again.
The UK has climbed back into the top 10 most attractive countries for investing in renewables, but uncertainty remains for the post-Brexit future, a report has said.
Sun-worshippers are out in numbers today as East Anglia enjoys one of the hottest days of the year so far.
One of Lowestoft’s biggest employers has converted spare work space into a badminton court so staff can play their favourite sport at lunchtime.
Firms which breach data protection rules are getting off lightly and could soon face multimillion pound fines, according to a Norfolk cyber security expert.
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