A team member at a chartered accountancy firm has created a buzz by having her head shaved for charity.
Walking away from the European Union without a divorce deal should not be feared because the trade benefits are “largely imaginary”, according to a think tank.
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 family dairy business which fell victim to the milk crisis has found a new lease of life – by filling its redundant cattle sheds with pigs.
Energy supply chain businesses will be able to discuss the future of the industry and government support with three coastal East of England MPs at a special event.
A good long-range weather forecast looks set to boost visitor numbers to key Norfolk and Suffolk attractions this year as a week-long celebration of tourism gets underway.
For many the most thrilling part of starting a business comes in the early days, buoyed by those first sales when you might be running your fledgling enterprise from the kitchen table.
A global boom in the use of smart meters is set to fuel the growth of a pioneering East Anglian engineering company after it struck a major production deal with a leading Indian manufacturer.
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