More than 100 jobs have been saved after a yacht builder was bought out of administration by a technology entrepreneur.
East Anglia’s army of sugar beet growers have warned of potentially “fatal” damage to their industry if the government abolishes import tariffs after Brexit.
East Anglia’s main land-based college has elevated its interim principal into the role permanently so she can continue to drive improvements and restore its Ofsted rating.
Oil and gas production in the North Sea is forecast to grow by 5% in 2018 – but low levels of drilling mean a “much more uncertain” outlook for future years.
Carpetright may be the latest retailer to close stores and cut jobs amid reports the firm is putting together a rescue plan.
It can be easy to take the police for granted - but what few people know is the work put in to become an officer of the law.
Britain’s accountancy watchdog has started an investigation into the handling of financial statements by two former finance directors at collapsed construction giant Carillion.
Norwich businesses’ views on Brexit will be reported to the secretary of state for exiting the EU after a series of roundtable discussions.
‘Just Dual It!” - that will be the hard-hitting message from Norfolk today at the launch of a new campaign to put pressure on the government to pump millions more into the A47.
We all know Norfolk is the best place to live, but now it seems the experts think so too.
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