May 19 2013 Latest news:
A high street bank has been given permission to move to a prime retail site in Great Yarmouth – six months after traders fighting the plans thought they had won the battle to stop it.
A north Norfolk supermarket has praised its local suppliers at an annual awards evening.
Plans for a new £6m superstore in Costessey could create more than 150 new jobs – but concerns have been raised about increasing traffic congestion.
Beet varieties have delivered massive increases in yield and sugar content in the last 10 years, said industry leader Mike May.
Twin turbines will not be put up near the former RAF Coltishall airbase after they were today rejected by planners.
Cider is enjoying a renaissance as a cool drink of choice among younger consumers. And that is good news for a Suffolk family firm whose combination of tradition and modernity is proving a recipe for success. Stephen Pullinger reports.
Humberside is set to benefit from the job security, employment creation and future commercial opportunities made possible by the completion of Centrica’s fast-track £400m project to open up the York field in the Southern North Sea.
Gapton Hall industrial estate in Great Yarmouth is a veritable rabbit’s warren of energy businesses of all shapes and sizes.
The Energy Sector in the region has a business turnover of £2.9bn which is worth £994m to the East Anglian economy.
By the year 2040, £35bn is expected to be spent on decommissioning ageing and redundant oil and gas platforms. But are the supply chain businesses in the east ready to take advantage of this emerging economic opportunity? Energy writer Ben Woods investigates.
Energy writer Ben Woods meets Perenco UK’s Southern North Sea operations manager John Sewell.
The boss of a Norwich-based finance company is searching for an “investor with a conscience” to help bolster its lending to small Norfolk businesses.
A Taverham-based training and development firm has secured a major contract with the Chinese government to teach thousands of students from the Far East.
A Norfolk firm has completed a remarkable turnaround after the collapse of a major high street retailer left it starved of finance.
The supermarket business is a fascinating one. People have short memories but I can remember walking into supermarkets that just sold food. In a relatively short space of time UK supermarkets have grown significantly in size, products and profits. You can now buy everything from pharmaceuticals to clothing to homewares to technology and music. In food itself they have created own range labels, chilled food and whole new ways of buying alcohol. In a relatively short space of time they have changed our high streets.
Health and safety is dogged with bad press.