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Thousands of airport jobs in East Anglia could be swept away unless the government takes urgent action, a union has warned.

Key sectors like Norfolk and Suffolk’s tourism industry will need to overcome big practical and emotional issues as we move out of coronavirus lockdown, an expert has warned.

Jobs may be axed at local radio stations in East Anglia following a takeover.

Aerospace engineers at an East Anglian manufacturer are using their skills to make vital specialist stretchers to enable coronavirus patients to be transferred by air.

Employer flexibility will be vital as anxious furloughed workers begin to return to work, a business expert says.

Fuel prices have plummeted to their lowest in four years as supermarket giants slash costs amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The government’s furlough scheme - to pay workers unable to earn because of the coronavirus crisis - is being extended until October, chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced.

A Suffolk and Norfolk-based garden centre chain is set to reopen on Wednesday, May 13.

A pubs giant says it is “keen to avoid a false start” as prime minister announced an easing of coronavirus lockdown restrictions.

East Anglia’s offshore wind farm sector is hoping to break into the US market with the expertise it has built up through developing the region’s coastline.

Stansted and Manchester airports owner has become the first in the UK to require passenger to wear gloves and masks in response to the coronavirus crisis.

Pubs and brewing giant Greene King has launched a hardship fund to help its 38,000 staff during the coronavirus lockdown.

Train operator Greater Anglia has invested in “fogging guns” to help keep trains an stations clean during the coronavirus pandemic.

The boss of a Suffolk-based pubs and brewery giant admits he faces a number of headaches when he finally gets to reopen premises post coronavirus lockdown.

Lowestoft residents are split over whether the recently approved and long-awaited Third Crossing will benefit the town.

The aftermath of the coronavirus lockdown is likely to lead to long-lasting change at work with East Anglia poised to benefit most, a finance chief believes.

A government loan scheme aimed at helping small businesses to bounce back could be vital in helping them to emerge from the coronavirus crisis, a finance expert believes.

Staff at a regional grocery chain have been given face visors to keep them safe during the coronavirus lockdown.

The battering which Norfolk’s economy will take because of coronavirus has been revealed in a stark new report.

Farmers struggling to break into the lucrative medical cannabis and hemp markets because of legal obstacles will be offered pointers by the experts.

The virtual shutdown of the East Anglian economy has brought business confidence crashing down with nearly a third of firms ceasing operations, a new survey reveals.

A number of small company owners across Norfolk and Suffolk have still failed to make a claim for grant aid to help them through the coronavirus crisis, according to a regional business body.

Staff at a firm which makes anti-microbial door handles have been working flat-out after branching out into other protective equipment to help frontline staff during the coronavirus crisis.

East Anglian farmers are facing another huge weather headache after a bone-dry spring sowing season.

A water company boss said he was “humbled and honoured” after the business scooped a royal accolade for the second time.

East Anglian farmers’ leaders are pleading with government to delay the implementation of a new subsidy system which will see direct payments for crop growing activities cut to zero over a seven-year period.

A fast-growing Ipswich law firm has joined forces with a London-based insurance expert to create an even larger entity.

Port of Lowestoft owner Associated British Ports (ABP) has officially withdrawn its objections to plans for the Lake Lothing Third Crossing (LLTC) after reaching an agreement with Suffolk County Council.

A record number of businesses in Suffolk have picked up a Queen’s Award for Enterprise this year as the county punches above its weight across a range of sectors.

Hundreds of Suffolk and Norfolk store staff working for a regional retail chain are celebrating an extra week’s pay as a reward for going “above and beyond” during the coronavirus crisis.

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