March 8 2014 Latest news:
A world-leading technology company in Great Yarmouth has announced up to 25 jobs are to go in a restructure of the business.
Aviva has revealed a £132m hit to profits sparked by the alleged trading breaches of two former employees.
Bury St Edmunds pubs and brewing group Greene King had committed itself to hiring 2,000 new apprentices, as part of nation-wide package of pledges by employers which will see more than 20,000 apprenticeship roles created around the UK.
Top farms made a profit more than twice the average, according to leading East Anglian farming management company, Sentry.
A coffee shop giant is bidding to move into Gorleston’s high street providing another boost for the thriving thoroughfare.