A no-deal Brexit could have a devastating impact on one of Suffolk’s most celebrated pizzerias.
Norwich had maintained its position among the top 20 cities to live and work in.
North Norfolk’s MP has called into question the district council’s decision to press ahead with plans to spend more than £2m on a controversial business zone targeted at the offshore energy sector.
A £6.5m business hub has opened in Lowestoft, eight years after the site was destroyed by fire.
The former magistrates court and post office buildings in Lowestoft could see a medical centre and new business opportunities for the town after their new owners were revealed.
After decades of campaigning a new £7m road designed to relieve congestion and boost the Suffolk economy has finally opened.
Concerns have been raised over a council’s £2.2m commitment to a controversial business zone scheme offering reduced rates for companies involved in the offshore energy sector.
Business confidence in the East of England rose eight points during August to 20%, according to the latest Business Barometer from Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking.
Swaffham town councillors have agreed to apply for a £6 million government loan to fund the development of 51 new homes.
Turkey giant Bernard Matthews says it is “back on track” after securing a major supermarket contract which has underpinned the creation of 400 new jobs.
A toy shop in a Norfolk town where generations of children have spent their pocket money is set to close becoming the latest casualty on the high street.
Breckland Council have announced they will be investing £1.5 million in a range of community projects.
Fish and chips are a great English tradition, synonymous with life in our region. But now an MEP has warned that a no deal Brexit could batter the region’s fish and chip shops and force some out of business. DANIEL BENNETT reports...
Both the present and the future are looking bright for our region, as a new report shows that East Anglia is home to three out of five of the fastest growing city economies in the UK.
Walking up the High Street in Lowestoft paints a mixed picture of the health of the town centre’s economy.
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Hundreds of American cruise ship passengers will arrive in Great Yarmouth this weekend when their ship docks in the town.
Face-painting and a basketball shootout are among the fun activities will which delight visitors to Great Yarmouth Market on Saturday from 10am to 3.30pm.
The UK government has announced a £200m deal aimed at fuelling innovation and diversity in the civil nuclear industry while bringing down build costs.
A pay by phone system has been introduced across the borough of Great Yarmouth.
People are being given the opportunity to have their say over the redevelopment of Great Yarmouth’s Market Place.
A concerned MP is leading the fight to install a 24-hour cashpoint in a town stripped of its last bank.
Bank closures are having a “traumatic effect” on high streets by stripping vulnerable people of vital services - with some towns even being left without a single branch at all.
The mayor of Bungay has spoken of the “layers of issues” the town now faces following the closure of its last bank.
A back bench revolt could derail ambitious plans for Fenland Council to join forces with King’s Lynn and West Norfolk to create an economic powerhouse that is already worth £5bn a year.
The East of England Co-op has seen its profits dented by extra spending on security following a series of cashpoint ram raids.
A claim that the Norwich in 90 minutes train time ambition by Greater Anglia could hit the buffers has been refuted by an MP and the train operator.
The ambition to have 90 minute train times between Norwich and London is in doubt, it has been claimed.
Hundreds of jobs will be up for grabs at an employment fair organised by the Department for Work and Pensions.
Taxpayers in Norfolk and Suffolk saw a significant rise in earnings over five years, according to newly-released figures from HMRC.
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