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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.

Ahead of an acoustic gig in Norwich, the guitarist and singer tells us about coming to terms with the death of his musical partner-in-crime and why he’s jealous of Ed Sheeran.

Medical doctors are a must when it comes to treating us for serious illness but they’re not always a bundle of laughs. And laughter is an important medicine too. As Friday’s Children in Need fundraising day approaches, there’s no better time to bring on the Clown Doctors...

Greater Anglia is running all its trains over the next two days, despite strike action.

Expansion is on the horizon for an East Anglian law firm which hopes to show young lawyers that the region presents a viable employment alternative to London.

Rail company Greater Anglia has been cleared to operate trains with stand-in guards during next week’s 48-hour strike by RMT members.

There is another big East Anglian derby this weekend, with Norwich and Ipswich doing battle with the oval ball at Beeston Hyrne.

Norwich grew faster than London, Manchester and Bristol in the second quarter of 2017, research has revealed.

Norwich City are enjoying more long runs than Mo Farah at the moment.

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