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The leader of Suffolk County Council set out his priorities for Waveney at an event in the centre of Lowestoft.

Multiple train journeys between Norwich and London will be badly affected today because of a “major track fault”.

A person has died after being hit by a train on the Norwich to Ipswich line.

A celebration of veganism is coming to Norwich next weekend. Reporter Sophie Wyllie reports on how the city is becoming a popular spot for the increasing numbers of vegans - and why many believe the food movement will only get bigger.

The East Anglian boating community is hoping the demise of one of the country’s biggest boat shows could provide fair winds for local events.

... or at least not complaining too much because there are disgusting diseases, wildlife, treasure hunts or hundreds of dogs involved in these walks in Norfolk and Suffolk over the next few weeks

Norwich’s technology sector is performing strongly, say leaders, but needs to break down barriers to other industries to reach the next level.

Business chiefs say the future prosperity of businesses in Norfolk require “fit for purpose” transport links as figures show crippling low average journey speeds between the county’s towns.

James Maddison’s worrying injury is the main talking point for Norwich City fans this afternoon, despite a dreadful 5-1 defeat at Sheffield Wednesday on the final day of the Championship season.

Once you start to think about blue plaques, you find yourself spotting them everywhere. Many towns and villages in East Anglia have a fascinating selection of plaques in memory of interesting individuals, long-lost landmarks or important local events.

Spud’s teaser: Which unwanted record does Wes Hoolahan hold that no other Norwich City player in history has held?

An East Anglian accountancy firm has continued its expansion across the region after buying a West Norfolk practice.

As the Wes Hoolahan era draws to a close, we’ve taken a look at some of the mercurial Irishman’s key statistics during a decade as a Norwich City player.

Norwich City have revealed what was perhaps inevitable news, that Wes Hoolahan is leaving the club, Chris Lakey looks back at the great man’s Carrow Road career.

The Greater Anglia East Customer Panel that provides feedback to the train operator is looking for new members.

An energy company responsible for maintaining gas networks in East Anglia is being investigated by the industry watchdog.

The battle to halt the closure of Lowestoft Record Office was brought to the forefront of Suffolk County Council at their full council meeting.

Five branches of Waitrose in East Anglia will be among the first to do away with disposable coffee cups.

The technology and digital sector is on the rise in East Anglia as shown by last year’s TechNation report which showed it supports more than 17,000 jobs in Norwich and Ipswich alone.

The excellent performance of Josh Murphy was the main topic of conversation for Norwich City supporters following today’s surprise 3-1 victory over Aston Villa.

Work costing £32,000 to re-surface a busy South Norfolk carriageway could cause delays for commuters.

As tempers calm after a poor 4-1 defeat at QPR on Easter Monday, David Freezer assesses whether Norwich City would be best to start with three central defenders again when they host Aston Villa.

Two late goals gave Thetford a point against Brantham Athletic in a dress rehearsal for the Thurlow Nunn League Cup final next month.

From cars made of plants to a transport app which knows how you take your coffee, East Anglian companies are pushing the boundaries of transport – both public and private – to reform it for the coming decades. Bethany Whymark looks at innovative companies driving change in the industry.

Local councillors and business leaders gathered to celebrate the “topping out” of a new free school being built at Oulton.

Right, hands up if you would have stayed at home in the warm on Saturday if you hadn’t got a season ticket or not bought your seat for the game a while back.

Amid competition from social media, how do you keep businesspeople interested in meeting each other face to face? Bethany Whymark reports on the new trends in networking.

East Anglia’s main land-based college has elevated its interim principal into the role permanently so she can continue to drive improvements and restore its Ofsted rating.

Eighties trailblazer Kim Wilde is back with a new album and her first full UK tour for 30 years. She talks about trying to give her kids music advice and how having a family was more important than her pop career.

The region’s mental health trust will hold a free half-day conference for anyone interested in mental, physical and spiritual health.

Toys R Us stores could begin closing and staff could be made redundant as soon as next week, as hopes of finding a buyer for the stricken chain fade.

Last week the region was hit with freezing temperatures and heavy snow, causing a news focus to be put on road closures, transport cancellations, schools and weather reports.

The Beast from the East may have passed and the snow may have mostly melted, but the white stuff still needed to be cleared to allow the trains to run.

Public transport is still struggling to get back up to full working order, but the disruption is less severe than the last couple of days.

A new roundabout could replace a series of staggered crossroads which have become an accident blackspot on a major road between Norwich and Ipswich.

High street retailer Toys R Us has collapsed into administration.

It is understood administrator Moorfields is waiting in the wings as the toy seller attempts to find a buyer before hitting the payment deadline on a hefty VAT bill.

Another home draw has left Norwich City fans frustrated but many are still hopeful that progress is being made under head coach Daniel Farke.

A newly-opened branch of a family-run coffee shop chain has opened to give passengers a place to rest their feet at a railway station.

Adapting overnight from an OnForm team training camp in Spain to Norfolk in February, Kieran Jarvis broke away from a leading group to win the 90-minute mountain bike race on Shouldham Warren.

After Ofsted inspectors criticised failures at East Anglia’s main land-based college last summer, its acting principal says her turnaround plan is showing positive signs for the future. Agricultural editor CHRIS HILL reports.

Touching tributes have been paid to a well known photographer and former speedway star.

More doubt has been cast over the future of high street retailer Toys R Us after reports emerged of an outstanding tax bill.

Sunday’s Carrow Road showdown between Norwich City and Ipswich Town is not the only big derby match to look forward to this weekend.

Train operator Greater Anglia says it has received “positive feedback” from customers after giving out free Valentine’s cupcakes to commuters.

Network Rail has shared plans for how it will spend more than £2 billion to improve train services in East Anglia between 2019 and 2024.

Norfolk Police said plans were in place to ensure this weekend’s much anticipated derby between Norwich and Ipswich at Carrow Road went ahead without a hitch.

The number of companies in the eastern region continued to grow during 2017 but the rate of new formations relative to the population lagged behind the national average, according to new figures.

The future of Toys R Us’ UK arm has been thrown into doubt again weeks after a deal was secured to save it.

The actor, who grew up in Norwich, plays Captain Stanhope in a new film version of R.C. Sherriff’s 1923 play, directed by UEA graduate Saul Dibb. They tell Simon Parkin about a film that marks the centenary of the end of the First World War.

Challenging trading conditions relating to the Brexit vote and last summer’s impromptu general election contributed to the collapse of an East Anglian furniture chain, a new report reveals.

David Clayton gets a preview of what East Anglian trains might look like - one day...

A Norfolk MP is “trapped” on a train as travellers face disruption on the railways.

Trains between Norwich and Ipswich are likely to be suspended for the rest of the day, Greater Anglia said.

Trains to Norwich are running as normal after a problem with a freight train this morning.

There’s a problem when it comes to men and mental health. It’s not that men’s mental health is any worse than women’s mental health. It’s just that men are not so good in talking about it and, crucially, seeking help. That could be one of the reasons behind the shocking statistic that three out of every four suicides are men.

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Despite a rocky Christmas for the UK’s high streets East Anglia escaped relatively unscathed, according to retail experts.

The factory and head office of failed furniture retailer Multiyork has attracted interest from a consortium which claims it wants to continue production and secure jobs at the site.

If one of your resolutions for the New Year was to kickstart an exercise regime, but the thought of soullessly plodding away the miles on a treadmill next to someone doing the same fills you with dread, Mark Edwards has some ideas that put the fun back into fitness in 2018

Internationally acclaimed poet and musician Benjamin Zephaniah, dubbed the people’s laureate, explains why he’s not mellowing with age; quite the opposite in fact.

The proposed “latte levy” on disposable coffee cups has met with a luke-warm reaction among East Anglian coffee suppliers, who feel money would be better spent on finding viable recyclable alternatives.

Speakers from leading East Anglian businesses will be sharing their thoughts and stories at a technology conference.

New sector groups encompassing businesses and researchers are tipped to help to three of East Anglia’s most important emerging sectors to prosperity in 2018.

Protesters held a demonstration at Norwich Station this morning after average rail ticket prices rose by 3.4pc, making it the biggest increase to fares since 2013.

The outlook for Norwich’s economy in 2018 is bright, experts say, as figures predict a bumper year.

While not a chef, he’s spent 20 years supplying London’s best restaurants and hotels and has fronted countless TV shows about food. So why do people doubt Gregg Wallace’s credentials to be a judge on MasterChef? He thinks it may be a class thing.

People in our region who work to help improve the lives of others have been recognised in the New Year Honour List.

Nigel Clough has urged his Burton players to learn from their Boxing Day defeat to Leeds.

Campaigners against rail fare increases will be taking part in a national protest outside Norwich Railway Station in the new year.

Norfolk County Council is to apply for up to £100m in funding to make “much needed” improvements to the county’s A-roads.

Retail chain Toys R Us looks set to be saved from collapse after reaching a deal with the pensions lifeboat.

Retail chain Toys R Us is reportedly close to reaching an agreement with the pensions lifeboat to save its UK stores.

There was disruption on train services across Norfolk after issues with overhead wires and a barrier.

Tim Robinson, chief operating officer of TechEast, looks back on a hugely successful year for the digital sector in East Anglia.

A business support organisation is bringing back a popular range of skills workshops for start-ups in Suffolk and Norfolk.

Thousands of jobs are at risk at retailer Toys R Us as a pensions gap threatens to tip it into administration before Christmas.

Trouble could be building for East Anglia’s architecture industry if the rights of skilled workers are not secured in any Brexit deal, a sector body has warned.

A regional business advice and accountancy firm has confirmed its popular business breakfasts will be returning for 2018.

More than 100 people have lost their jobs at the Thetford headquarters of troubled furniture chain Multiyork, administrators have confirmed.

An awards ceremony celebrating the best and brightest women in the region’s tech scene has welcomed its biggest collection of winners to date.

The Norwich to Cambridge line has reopened after a vehicle hit a railway bridge.

A clothing giant, sports retailer and recruitment company are among the companies named and shamed by the government for failing to pay the national minimum wage to thousands of workers.

Retailer Toys R Us has revealed the stores to be closed as part of a restructuring programme.

Train services have been cancelled after a broken down freight train blocked the line at Needham Market this afternoon.

NatWest is to close six branches across Norfolk and Suffolk next year due to “radical changes” in the way customers use its services.

The phrase ‘Beeching Axe’ is back in the news, with Transport Secretary Chris Grayling saying some lost railways could be reopened. Steven Russell looks back to the day the planned cuts rocked East Anglia

Meet some of the fabulously diverse men from Norfolk and Suffolk. They include a man with a Canadian city named after him, a four-time Olympic gold rower, a pig farmer and the founder of the Royal Shakespeare Company.

The workforce of one of Thetford’s major employers will be given “every assistance”, community leaders have said, after Multiyork announced it had called in the administrators.

A national furniture chain which has a store and its head office in Norfolk is looking for a buyer after calling in administrators.

The manager of a popular Lowestoft theme park says this year’s Christmas activities are just the start as they look to expand their festive programme.

A port operator which manages three East Anglian sites is planning big changes to its 2,372 acre land bank through its revamped £3.5bn property arm.

Wildlife film-maker Saba Douglas-Hamilton talks about how motherhood reinvigorated her conservation passion and the challenges the planet’s facing ahead of talks in the region.

The boss of a digital marketing agency which has doubled in size in the past year has no​ plans to slow down. Bethany Whymark reports.

A Norfolk veterans charity has launched their Christmas campaign to support wounded soldiers in finding a path back into society.

A look at our transatlantic links as America celebrates Thanksgiving

Norwich City are among the most costly teams to follow in the Championship, the BBC’s annual Price of Football survey has again shown.

Schemes to invigorate the digital skills agenda in Norfolk and Suffolk will also need to tackle recruitment issues in the region’s tech industry.

Rail passengers are being offered the chance to experience new Greater Anglia trains through virtual reality.

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