January 27 2015 Latest news:
Britain’s economy grew by 2.6pc in 2014 but the pace of expansion slowed more sharply than expected in the last three months of the year, official figures showed today.
East Anglia’s livestock community has lost one of its most enthusiastic and indomitable characters, following the death of farmer and auctioneer David Ball at the age of 60.
A new power station in Sizewell will be needed, energy secretary Ed Davey has said - but costs will have to come down to compete with other low carbon technologies.
The boss of King’s Lynn-based filtration manufacturer Porvair said the board was “looking forward with confidence” after mounting record revenues last year.
Online wine retailer Naked Wines said Christmas trading was up nearly 40pc on a year ago, whilst over the course of 2014 it shipped a record 13 million bottles.
Small food producers are at risk of being squeezed towards extinction by a brutal supermarket price war, a report has found.
Norwich-based telecoms and internet connectivity business Comms Supply hopes to drive down costs to its customers after making a major investment in two London data centres.
A Norwich-based film company has finished a major project for Norfolk County Council aimed at helping young people find their first job.
he CWM FX London Boat Show provided a positive start to 2015 for Norfolk’s marine businesses which had their biggest presence at ExCel London for years. Tourism correspondent Stephen Pullinger reports.