March 9 2014 Latest news:
Based in Norwich’s Cathedral Close it is a legal firm with a history and tradition dating back to the 19th century,
Advances in technology have made Norfolk an increased target for fracking, according to a county council report.
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.
Top farms made a profit more than twice the average, according to leading East Anglian farming management company, Sentry.