January 28 2015 Latest news:
Around 2,000 Tesco workers discovered their jobs were at risk after the supermarket giant disclosed the locations of 43 store closures including two in Essex - a Homeplus store at Chelmsford and a smaller store in Heybridge.
Food and farming businesses have been urged to take advantage of the huge sums of money available to help translate agricultural technologies into a more efficient and sustainable industry.
A new power station in Sizewell will be needed, energy secretary Ed Davey has said - but costs will have to come down to compete with other low carbon technologies.
Staff facing the axe at the closure-hit Heinz factory in North Walsham could be offered new jobs at a Norfolk chocolate manufacturer.
Online wine retailer Naked Wines said Christmas trading was up nearly 40pc on a year ago, whilst over the course of 2014 it shipped a record 13 million bottles.
A Norwich-based film software company has reaped the rewards of a collaboration with electronics giant Sony - set to bring it even closer to competing with major corporations Apple and Adobe.
Small food producers are at risk of being squeezed towards extinction by a brutal supermarket price war, a report has found.
Norwich-based telecoms and internet connectivity business Comms Supply hopes to drive down costs to its customers after making a major investment in two London data centres.
he CWM FX London Boat Show provided a positive start to 2015 for Norfolk’s marine businesses which had their biggest presence at ExCel London for years. Tourism correspondent Stephen Pullinger reports.