In 1987 three pals set off in search of sun to Ibiza.

The nerves are palpable in Norfolk's business community at the appointment of Boris Johnson as prime minister. But business editor Richard Porritt argues the biggest unanswered question is 'which Mr Johnson will we get?'

Sometimes claggy, sometimes sloppy and often with a dubious aroma, Saturday at Latitude festival began with just one word on everyone's lips: "mud."

As Lotus unveils its most ambitious, outrageous and beautiful sports car ever, business editor Richard Porritt talks to CEO Phil Popham about the past, the future and the firm's commitment to Norfolk.

This is a new Lotus Evija - and it's going to be built in Norfolk.

The Dutch - like most Europeans - did not want Britain to quit the European Union. Here Dutch ambassador to the UK Simon Smits talks to business editor Richard Porritt about the 'regrettable' referendum and how the East can stay close to it's North Sea neighbour.

In a matter of just weeks Britain will have a new prime minister. Here East Anglia's business leaders give their views on who would be best for the region - Boris Johnson or Jeremy Hunt?

The threat of cuts at Aviva's office in Norwich is a devastating blow not only to the workforce but the whole city. Here business editor Richard Porritt asks 'how did Aviva get in this mess?'

After an extraordinary season for Norwich City and a series of breathtaking Champions League games, football fans truly believe anything is possible.

Norwich Research Park is the headline sponsor of this year's Norfolk Business Awards. Here business editor RICHARD PORRITT discovers more about the groundbreaking work being done in Norwich.

Tens of thousands of pensioners have been the victim of a HMRC mix-up which left many believing they owed money in unpaid tax.

High Street retailer Primark, which has stores across East Anglia, has announced a surge in half-year profits as shoppers continue to indulge in fast fashion.

A leading East Anglian chartered accountant is changing its name as part of a significant rebrand.

The chancellor has missed an opportunity to stop "high street Armageddon" and his forecasts are based on a "big if", according to East Anglian business leaders.

Small businesses across Norfolk have called for a second Brexit referendum.

A bench that allows people to charge their phones while sitting on it has been installed in Norwich.

The best of East Anglia's tourism industry have been recognised at an annual award ceremony.

Norwich nightclub Flaunt is to close before reopening after a full refurbishment - and it is going to have a new look and name.

Insurance giant Aviva is at the forefront of a revolution in the way big business supports charities, according to one of the firm's bosses.

"Castle Mall is not dying - it is evolving."

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