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Farmers will need to earn their subsidy payments after Brexit by delivering benefits for nature rather than relying on EU handouts for the amount of land they farm.

A wildlife charity has been hit by an “appalling” theft that has seen rare caterpillars and plants stolen from an internationally important nature reserve.

A Norfolk MP has declared Boris Johnson is wrong and Britain must pay its Brexit divorce bill.

The sale of government shares in Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) in 2015 was “value for money” despite landing the taxpayer with losses of nearly £2bn, according to the public spending watchdog.

Combines have started rolling across parts of East Anglia against a backdrop of an expected below-average cereal harvest across Europe for the second year running.

A string of major contract wins is fuelling growth at a Norwich firm of architects, as the construction industry continues to rally.

Your Friday-night takeaway contributes to an industry which adds nearly half a billion pounds a year to the East of England economy, and supports 25,000 jobs.

Counter-terrorism authorities are calling on British holidaymakers to be on alert for attacks abroad as millions prepare to jet off on summer breaks.

The UK high street has enjoyed its best June in six years after the warm weather lured shoppers out to overhaul their wardrobes.

Apparently it’s just not humanely possible to be a parent and be green.

Former justice secretary Liz Truss is under pressure to explain why it took 17 weeks to disclose a damning review into a major sex offender programme in jails.

Economists have downgraded Britain’s growth prospects in the wake of political uncertainty following the general election and as a prolonged Brexit drag on business investment looms.

East coast fishermen have welcomed the news the government is withdrawing the UK from an arrangement that allows foreign countries to fish in British waters.

The Government is withdrawing the UK from an arrangement that allows foreign countries to fish in British waters, it has announced.

Are you leaving yourself financially exposed ahead of the summer holidays? Here’s how to cover up, says Martin Lewis of MoneySavingExpert.com

Unsurprisingly changes in the landscape after Britain leaves the European Union dominated much of the conversation at the Royal Norfolk Show 2017.

An international visitor praised the Royal Norfolk Show for bringing together farming, research and consumers – and he hopes the government will take a similar approach to its post-EU policy-making.

Environment secretary Michael Gove said he was in “listening mode” to understand the Brexit concerns of East Anglia’s farming community during his visit to the Royal Norfolk Show.

Environment secretary Michael Gove will meet food producers and see the region’s latest agricultural advances during a visit to the Royal Norfolk Show today.

A major healthcheck of the Norfolk economy has revealed growth outstripping the national average - but struggling sectors weighing heavy. MARK SHIELDS reports.

Businesses in the East of England are feeling more confident but still lag behind rivals in other regions, a study found.

Suffolk’s Ed Sheeran will take over Glastonbury Festival tonight as he headlines the final night of the five-day event.

The RSPB and Suffolk Police are appealing for information after an East Anglian nesting colony of one of Britain’s rarest breeding seabirds was raided by egg thieves.

Farmers urged Suffolk shoppers to back British farming yesterday at a series of events around the county to mark the first anniversary of the EU referendum.

One year after Britain’s vote to leave the European Union, we ask businesses how the intervening year has affected the long road to Brexit.

Grammar schools? Gone. Fox hunting? Gone. Dementia tax? Gone.

The number of nurses coming to work in our region from the European Union has fallen, hospital leaders have said.

This Queen’s Speech is significant in ways above and beyond the usual pomp of the State Opening of Parliament.

Small business confidence in East Anglia has fallen for the first time since the EU referendum, the latest Small Business Index from the Federation of Small Businesses shows.

A new alliance has been formed in Lowestoft in an attempt to revitalise the town’s fishing economy.

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