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.”
The first 245ft blade for the new East Anglia ONE windfarm has been built.
Beer buffs have the chance to own a share in craft brewery Redwell.
The former Argos store in Norwich’s Castle Mall has a new tenant – PureGym.
The number of people in work in the East jumped by 31,000 in the three months to November.
House of Fraser is to stay open in Norwich.
High street giant Marks & Spencer is planning to close stores with the potential loss of more than 1,000 jobs.
Wetherspoon boss Tim Martin wants to improve and expand his pubs in Norfolk and even add hotels.
Despite better-than-expected results from some of the East’s big high street names retail sales fell in December.
The owner of some of Norwich’s most popular bars, pubs and clubs has toasted a buoyant festive period.
An energy supplier with customers across East Anglia has vowed to improve after being slapped with a ban on taking on new clients by the regulator.
Shoppers struggled to bag a bargain Christmas this year with prices rising at their highest rate since 2013.
Department store John Lewis received a festive boost thanks to last-gasp gifts bought as late as Christmas Eve.
Even with just three months to go Brexit uncertainty remains for businesses in our region and beyond. Business editor RICHARD PORRITT looks forward to what the coming year holds
Cities like Norwich that rely on their airports for tourism and trade “cannot afford” a repeat of the chaos that has gripped Gatwick, a government source has said.
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