September 16 2014 Latest news:
The cost of borrowing to fund public spending on schools, hospitals and roads would go up in an independent Scotland, the head of a leading insurer has said.
A Norfolk farmer is proud to have achieved the agricultural equivalent of carrying coals to Newcastle.
The Broads and other national parks in England will be protected from fracking unless there are “exceptional circumstances,” ministers announced today.
Language constantly evolves and that’s related to how society itself develops. If there is one word that links these two strands it’s ‘sustainability’.
Essex & Suffolk Water will today be officially opening a new £4million customer centre in Lowestoft.
An award-winning online wine retailer has become so successful it has had to start a waiting list for new customers or angels.
Norfolk’s growing role as an energy industry hot-spot has been underscored by fresh contract wins by firms at either side of the county.
Joined-up thinking between companies on an edge-of-city business estate has led to faster access to the internet.
Ministers are being urged to act now to open the energy market to community groups – to make it easier for councils, businesses, and community groups to supply power to customers locally.
East Anglian law firm Birketts is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its Norwich office. Business editor Ben Woods caught up with chief executive Jonathan Agar to find out more about the firm’s rich history.