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A Suffolk plating firm which works for customers from around the world has prepared itself for Brexit by gaining key industry accreditations.

A sauce maker was among the major beneficiaries of £1.7bn worth of loans given out to firms in the East of England last year by one banking business.

The last Suffolk properties without superfast broadband could be connected by 2022 if a new deal is approved by council chiefs next week.

Were fears over the rise of robots and loss of jobs on the minds of people in Great Yarmouth who voted for Brexit?

Investigations are continuing into the source of an outbreak of bird flu on a commercial chicken farm in Mid Suffolk where thousands of birds are being culled.

More than £650m worth of nuclear contracts have been awarded to East of England companies for a nuclear power plant project which is set to provide the template for Sizewell C, it has been revealed.

Workers at pubs and brewery giant Greene King are set to hold a ballot on strike action in a dispute over pay.

Norwich people are being asked to share their career stories to inspire youngsters to pursue top jobs.

A car dealership has closed its Halesworth operation, with the loss of 21 jobs in the town.

Politicians are being urged to back a new bid to close the productivity gap between town and country and unleash rural communities' "great potential" as we head towards the general election in December.

An economic boost could be delivered to a Norfolk seaside town if it can secure a special status encouraging more coaches to call there out of season.

A town's ambitious bid to transform its high street has been put to the community for how it wants its centre to change.

Farm machinery that struck a railway bridge in the Fens earlier today has caused significant damage, says Network Rail.

The East of England 'cannot afford' to block Stansted airport's expansion plans with Brexit looming, a big-hitting business lobby group has warned.

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A recyclable glass and plastics food packaging firm is set to open a major new warehouse and manufacturing plant at Eye in north Suffolk, creating 50 jobs.

Greene King's past and present workers in Bury St Edmunds are seeking clarity over jobs and pensions after the brewing and pubs giant announced it was the subject of a £2.7bn takeover deal. What will it mean to them?

When ex-banker Philip Turner entered the East Anglian hospitality trade in 2012 he admits that he was "really swimming against the tide".

Beer drinkers' lobby group CAMRA has described Greene King's impending sale to a Chinese multinational property firm as 'very concerning'.

Unions and Greene King's local MP are seeking assurances on jobs after a major £2.7bn deal to buy the pubs and brewery giant was revealed.

A Hong Kong multinational is poised to snap up Bury St Edmunds-based pubs and brewery giant Greene King as part of an eye-watering £2.7bn deal.

Opening up Britain to US food imports under a 'no-deal' Brexit could have "serious" consequences for East Anglia's hugely important poultry sector, farmers' leaders have warned.

East Anglian farmers hailing a bumper wheat harvest may have their celebrations cut short - if they are hit by a hard Brexit.

A town's economy could be in line for a boost with the introduction of time limits at several well-used car parks.

Coastal areas will have to rely on more migration or face a decline in their workforce, according to government figures.

The chair of one of the most powerful environmental bodies in the UK visited Suffolk to find out how one farming family is reversing worrying trends in wildlife losses - while running a highly commercial growing operation.

Firms across Suffolk, Norfolk and Essex are highly vulnerable to cyber attack and are failing to take the problem seriously, a new poll suggests.

A senior judge's refusal or order a re-opening of a public inquiry into plans for two wind turbines in the north Norfolk countryside has drawn the ire of the local council, who labelled the decision "disappointing for residents".

A £6 annual levy could be added to UK electricity bills in order to pay for the construction of Sizewell C nuclear power station.

More than 7,000 children from Waveney are being brought up in poverty, new statistics have revealed.

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