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A company boss who has seen the main part of her business plunge by 90% due to the coronavirus crisis is volunteering her skills to help healthworkers keep safe.

Communications engineers are abiding by strict new rules in order to keep people connected during the coronavirus crisis as daytime internet usage soars.

The East of England’s growing position as the UK’s regional hot-spot for artificial intelligence and ‘deep tech’ has been backed up by a new report.

Grants handed out to firms in Suffolk and Norfolk to help them grow have reached £30m and created about 3,000 jobs, according to the body awarding them.

A team of technicians have pulled out all the stops to help an isolated community of mainly elderly people to stay in touch with services during the coronavirus lockdown.

A company which specialises in adapting bathrooms for elderly and disabled people is offering to install free grab rails for clients stuck indoors due to the coronavirus crisis.

A manufacturer of highly specialist cleaning products for hospitals says it has seen a “massive” rise in demand for its strong surface disinfectants as a result of the coronavirus crisis.

Prices at the pump have taken a tumble in Norfolk and the UK after a spat between Russia and Saudi Arabia sent them into a downward spiral.

A pub group owner is using innovative ways to stay in touch with customers and create new revenue streams.

A premium private nursing care provider has launched a bid to recruit staff laid off because of coronavirus.

A government plan to grant the taxman preferential status over other creditors when firms go under poses a threat to key financial services for businesses, an insolvency body has warned.

A scheme to help a new generation of social entrepreneurs to get their business ideas off the ground has been launched.

The Suffolk Show – the county’s biggest annual showcase – has been cancelled due to the coronavirus crisis.

New machinery is set to help a right Royal sausage-maker to find new markets for its products.

The owner of a bakery chain who fears it is “going down the pan” because of government policy has launched a fierce attack on its £330bn loan injection into UK business to prop it up during the coronavirus crisis.

A bakery and café chain owner has called for government help after takings plummeted overnight following the prime minister’s advice to avoid “pubs, clubs, theatres and other such social venues”.

A pubs group owner has slammed the government approach to the hospitality sector amid the coronavirus crisis as “utterly ridiculous”.

A business support network is going live across Suffolk and Norfolk in a bid to keep small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) linked up during the coronavirus crisis.

When high winds whipped up a chimney fire on the newly-thatched roof of a recently-refurbished country pub near Newmarket, the effects were devastating.

A great annual gathering of Suffolk, Norfolk and Essex food and drink producers has become the latest casualty of the coronavirus crisis after it was postponed to a later date.

Food and drink producers are celebrating after clinching post-Brexit deals as a result of a trade mission to continental Europe.

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