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A roundabout which stands at the gateway of Norfolk and Suffolk has seen the official opening of a new service area.
A bid to raise the profile of women in the tech industry saw the region’s best developers, designers and coders honoured in the first annual DevelopHER awards.
The boss of a leading independent retailer has labelled Black Friday a “necessary evil”, despite seeing it deliver bumper sales.
Christmas may be gathering pace for retailers, but for chocolate producer Kinnerton, the festive period is already over and Easter bunnies are beginning to fill the production line.
When third-generation butcher Nigel Harvey began his career in the 1960s, families ordered chicken for special occasions such as Christmas.
Chancellor George Osborne made a huge number of announcements in yesterday’s Spending Review which outlined where government cash will go between now and 2020.
Business leaders should work with schools to help better prepare students for a future of work, according to an education chief.
As Black Friday approaches on November 27, we look at five ways to get the best deals from the comfort of your own home.
Work on an ambitious new engineering centre bringing thousands of jobs to west Norfolk is expected to begin early next year.
A new outdoor children’s adventure centre could be built in a village near Dereham.
An app to save the NHS millions of pounds and a virtual Christmas list are among the ideas featured in a 54-hour technology start-up event ending tonight.
Leading law firm Howes Percival is on track to open its new £3m three-story office by the spring.
It is business as usual for Kettle Foods despite a billion-dollar merger between its parent company and a rival snack maker.
Members of the new look Future50 were revealed at a launch meeting held at Redwell Brewery in Norwich on Wednesday.
Services group Norse has driven nearly £130m into the Norfolk economy, according to new research revealing the scale of the company’s contribution to the region.
An industrial space in Attleborough which has been empty for 11 years has been bought by one of the region’s largest construction companies.
A pilot project has been launched to ensure the region’s military veterans have a bright future in the world of business.
The number of start-ups in the East of England grew by 7pc in the year to March 2015, reaching a total of 243,000, according to research.
Tourism bosses have set their sights on overseas visitors in a bid to make the industry a year-round affair while boosting the £4.79bn economy. Tourism and Broads correspondent ROSA MCMAHON reports.
A Norfolk-based internet service provider that uses church spires to improve connectivity has officially opened its new head office.
A Norfolk crop store manufacturer has launched a software innovation which allows remote access to control systems – and improves safety for lone farm-workers.
Chocolate wines, easy-open bottles and fruit infusions are key to a Norfolk wine producer’s ambitious strategy to grow sales to £250m by 2025.
The news an town centre empty shop will soon become an Italian restaurant has been greeted by councillors.
Majestic Wine saw its profits plunge by half today after its earlier acquisition of an online rival.
Plans to see a new QD store open in north Norfolk have been approved, despite concerns from smaller businesses in the town.
Services giant Kier is on course to deliver £4m of savings next year as it puts the finishing touches to a tie-up with Mouchel.
Insurer LV= is set to appoint Aviva’s Steve Treloar as its new managing director for general insurance.
A north Norfolk holiday park is embarking on a major investment programme after an industry-wide boost from A11 dualling.
Norwich’s technology sector has challenged a band of entrepreneurs to create start-up businesses in 54 hours.
Unemployment has fallen by more than 100,000 to its lowest level in over seven years while the number of people in work continues to break records.
The owner of independent department store Jarrold bolstered its profits and turnover after returning strength in the local economy drove home a “good year”.
Norwich’s retail economy is going from strength to strength, according to research underscoring the city’s reputation as a shopping hotspot.
A hotel in north Suffolk has opened four new bedrooms as part of a programme of works which will see new facilities added to the venue.
A Norwich brewer has joined forces with a local barista to launch an innovative new stout with a caffeine kick.
A Victorian building which was once a place of misery for thousands has earned a top national award for the 21st-century restorers who turned it into luxury homes.
Entrepreneurs from across the region will be extolling the virtues of launching a business as part of a series of events celebrating Global Entrepreneurship Week.
A new £3.75m centre - designed to provide training to a new generation of builders and tradesmen - will be officially opened today.
The bonuses of City executives should be pegged to the number of women in senior positions at their firms, according to new proposals for a Government report.
Telecoms giant BT has driven £84m into the Norfolk economy in the past year, according to a new report underscoring the company’s value to the eastern region.
East of England-based Aaron Heating Services is to be acquired by asset and energy support services group Lakehouse in a deal valued at up to £10m.
Primark owner Associated British Foods saw annual profits come under pressure as woes in its sugar business and a currency hit offset another strong performance from its high street fashion chain.
A bus fares increase has been announced by an operator - just as a rival stops running one of its north Norfolk services.
Hethel-based firm Greencomp is enjoying a rapid growth in demand for its services, recycling domestic garden waste into agricultural compost.
Small businesses want to take on young people – but the barriers remain, entrepreneurs said as they brought views from the coal face to Westminster lawmakers.
Standing tall on the horizon during the day, and lighting up the skies at night, offshore vessels in Great Yarmouth’s outer harbour show off the town’s energy and offshore wind industry.
The wait was finally over as a new department store nearly a year after its predecessor closed.
The wait was finally over as a new department store opened nearly a year after its predecessor closed.
Fenland residents who paid deposits – there are 133 of them - to have solid wall insulation under a Cambridgeshire-wide ‘green deal’ initiative look likely to lose their deposits.
Owned by the ruling family of Dubai, the Shadwell Estate in Thetford is a breeding ground for champion racehorses. SABAH MEDDINGS reports.
A giant windfarm will be built off the Suffolk coast creating nearly 800 jobs after four companies joined forces to jump start the project.
The owner of the 2 Sisters Food Group is to bolster its UK poultry business with a £150m investment, as it reported falling sales and profits.
Directors of an energy sector company which fell into administration when the oil price collapsed have started new businesses.
A leading pet food manufacturer has announced plans to build a £7m factory in a bid to boost production sixfold.
Aviva said its integration with Friends Life was “ahead of schedule” as it revealed 25pc growth in its life insurance business.
A planning bid to save a prominent high street shop and keep its historic frontage has been resubmitted.
A mother-of-two who launched a tent-hire business on her credit card four years ago is now debt free and turning a healthy profit.
Farmers have been warned of the hidden costs facing the agricultural industry as the government introduces the National Living Wage.
The spread of superfast broadband has given a south Norfolk telecoms company a boost and led to its £500,000 expansion, according to the firm’s chief.
Former Easton and Otley College principal David Lawrence is to be presented with an Outstanding Achievement Award at this year’s EDP Business Awards.
A former Saturday boy at a rural boat yard has risen through the ranks to become owner of the business.
Veterinary group CVS has expanded its network of surgeries through the acquisition of a smaller rival.
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