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Motorists are being warned that delays are likely as work is carried out on a busy road.

A prestigious menswear retailer is set to shut its doors in Lowestoft after 50 years of trading.

Two councils on the Norfolk coast say they face an "ever-increasing burden" to tackle the impact of coastal erosion and have called on utility companies to help protect the country's coastline.

It is a celebration of all things science, from the bugs under our feet to the wonders of outer space - and is back for the fourth year.

Think about what you flush down the toilet - that is the message from a water company as it revealed 800 tonnes of wet wipes block our drains every week.

The fire service is assisting with a burst water main in Wymondham.

The gender pay gaps at some of the county's largest firms are being revealed.

Anglian Water engineers have found the leak which has cut off water supplies to some homes and businesses in King's Lynn.

A Norfolk road will be closed for two days as a fire hydrant is replaced - with drivers facing a 14-mile diversion.

Water supplies are back to normal in Cromer, but customers are being warned it could look a "little cloudy".

Plans for 26 homes to be built in a Norfolk village have been refused on the grounds of safety over contaminated land.

Plans for 40 homes to be built in a small mid-Norfolk village with no doctor's surgery and poor transport to nearby towns will go ahead despite objections raised by villagers.

Plans for 69 homes to be built on a former hospital site have been given the green light.

People in Cromer are without water this morning.

Homes vulnerable to flooding could be protected in the future by a 200m wall as part of a major £32.5m scheme.

Anglian Water has had its knuckles rapped by the regulator Ofwat over its business plans, but it's far from being the only water firm to face criticism.

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning covering much of Norfolk, and with the chance of heavy snow on the way, Anglian Water's David Hartley explains how taking some small steps now can help protect your home against damage should a big freeze strike.

A foul fatberg could be growing in the sewers under your feet right now.

Embattled road users are again facing long delays travelling on a town centre road.

Blockages in sewers cost the East of England £15 million a year according to Anglian Water.

Work to repair a collapsed sewer on a major through-road is nearing completion - more than 13 weeks after the emergency works began.

A north Norfolk council has warned residents that their journeys could be disrupted while roadworks take place.

A city centre street is reopening after a water main burst, calming fears of a weekend-long closure.

Some Konectbus services have been disrupted after emergency water works closed a road in Norwich.

People in north Norfolk were left with no water just a day before Christmas after a "complex" burst water main cut off supply.

Anglian Water have will be flushing the water mains of 53 roads in Norwich this January, affecting homes in the area.

Water and sewage firm Anglian Water, which operates across the East of England and Hartlepool, has been rated the best place to work in a survey of staff.

A South Norfolk village is the scene for three separate road works projects in the space of two weeks that will cause disruption on the A1066.

Norfolk's business community was challenged to speak up for its success as Norwich Research Park was awarded the Outstanding Achievement award.

Thousands of homes in Wymondham are entering a second day without water after a burst water main shut off the supply in the early hours of Monday morning.

Residents in Wymondham could face another day of disruption to their water supply as work continues to fix a burst water main.

Great thinkers of the next generation have been working hard to protect the environment and reduce waste.

Anglian Water are appealing for eligible customers to claim surface water rebates.

The issue of a 30ft-deep hole which has closed a Hellesdon park is to be discussed by parish councillors this evening.

Darker nights and shorter days are drawing in but there is still some time left to make sure your gardens and allotments are as water efficient as possible and help the environment as Anglian Water's David Hartley explains.

A public park has been closed amid safety fears around a 30ft-deep hole.

Work to repair a collapsed sewer on a major through-road will now continue until the New Year.

Introducing the finalists in the Skills of Tomorrow category of the Norfolk Business Awards 2018, sponsored by Lotus - and what our judges thought of them.

From PrimEvil to a family rave, there is plenty to keep the kids entertained over half term week.

A busy road in Norwich has reopened ahead of schedule after a sewer collapse saw it closed.

Workers in a busy Norwich road that has been closed for emergency repairs have hit out about a lack of warning about the road closure.

A busy Norwich road has been closed for emergency repairs to a collapsed sewer.

Young people are helped out of depression and anxiety by a unique music-mentoring scheme

A Diss road that has had weeks of closures this year is facing two more this month.

Motorists are being warned to expect delays as traffic lights are put on a busy Norwich road for 14 weeks as Anglian Water installs 2.7km of pipeline.

A road flooded this morning, despite having been closed for water works two months previously.

Work to repair a collapsed sewer which could see up to 15 weeks of roadworks on a major through-road have been described as a "disaster".

The designs of more than 150 new homes to built in Halesworth were passed at a council meeting despite worries around sewerage and drainage.

Neatherd Road set to reopen

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Neatherd Road in Dereham is set to reopen tomorrow, September 13, after being closed for nearly two weeks.

Michael Gove has been listening out for leaks - but this time not from the Cabinet.

The Minister for the Environment, Michael Gove, has insisted fishermen will get full control of British waters following Brexit.

Recycling banks designed to stop cooking oil and other fats going unnecessarily down the drain causing fatbergs are to be removed due to people dumping hazardous items.

It's been a busy week in the business world, so we've rounded up some of our biggest and most interesting stories that may have gone under the radar - and you can test your knowledge of both national and East Anglian stories in this week's Biz Quiz.

Pollution fears over bank holiday weekend in Lowestoft have been put to rest as the Environment Agency confirmed algal bloom was to blame for black residue spotted on the sand.

East Anglian MPs are demanding greater devolution for the region and more infrastructure spending from government.

Anglian Water has revealed how it wants to spend £6.5bn to protect the region's water supplies in the coming years. Business editor Mark Shields takes a look at five things we learned from the plan.

Anglian Water has revealed a £6.5bn investment plan as it looks to balance increasing demand from the East of England's growing population with reduced rainfall.

People in Norwich have been warned of bus diversions due to a road closure in the city.

A Norfolk teenager is on a mission to rid the Norfolk Broads of litter.

The recent hot weather left gardens parched across the region, and the temptation to water our lawns was great. But water-saving expert David Hartley, from Anglian Water, explains how next time we can all put our watering cans down, and our feet up…

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