Five Norfolk companies are celebrating recognition in the latest Queen’s Awards for Enterprise, which have been announced today.
Strong trading at retailer Primark failed to boost Associated British Foods today after the Silver Spoon-to-Ovaltine conglomerate warned annual earnings will fall due to the strong pound and weak sugar sales.
It has been more than 20 years since the University of East Anglia launched its part-time Executive MBA. Ben Woods spoke to course leader Julian Campbell about its value to students, and the region
History has no ordinary pull on Jeckells sailmakers.
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A national bee health seminar will be held in Norfolk next month to address the raft of diseases and predators threatening East Anglia’s hives and colonies.
Home secretary Theresa May praised the work of an offshore firm during a regional tour, which she hailed as “fascinating”.
Due to a production error a free 48-page guide to the Broads Outdoors Festival did not appear in today’s Eastern Daily Press.