Room-sharing website Airbnb looks set to take over a 70-year-old holiday business which started in the Norfolk Broads.
Suffolk County Council has backed the plight of more than 34,000 women in Suffolk who have lost out in changes to pension contributions.
News that a historic part of Lowestoft will undergo major regeneration has been heralded as a crucial step forward for the town.
Six branches of Lloyds Bank and Halifax are to close across Norfolk and Suffolk as Lloyds Banking Group are set to axe almost 100 jobs in a move that unions have branded as “unnecessary”.
As more women take on the top jobs in the NHS, health correspondent Geraldine Scott speaks to three in our region to find out if the landscape has changed.
A new campaign is being launched today (November 27) highlighting the unacceptable face of emergency care.
Construction of a new enterprise zone on the site of a factory ravaged by fire reached a key landmark this week.
East Anglia’s oil and gas industry could receive a “new lease of life” after the chancellor announced measures to make it easier for companies to exchange late-life assets.
They are the first port of call for members of the public in what could be their worst moments. Health correspondent Geraldine Scott looks at the pressures faced by those in the ambulance control room - and the abuse they can sometimes face.
Simon Groom and Seth James initially went into business by accident.
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