Rail bosses have outlined a bold new vision for the East Anglian network over the next 25 years at a major transport conference in Ipswich.
Two public hearings will be held next month as stakeholders, businesses and community groups have their say on a long-awaited third crossing in Lowestoft.
Two leading figures in Norfolk and Suffolk's tourism and hospitality scene have been appointed to head up a body promoting the region on the national and international stage.
The government authority responsible for overseeing projects of national importance has started its examination into a long-awaited third crossing in Lowestoft.
A "unique and landmark" battle to redevelop a former hospital site has reached another milestone after being awarded a £150,000 grant.
More trains than ever are being delayed or cancelled on East Anglia's rail network as repeated pledges to improve services fall flat.
East Anglia's energy industry has taken its ambition to be recognised as a centre of excellence straight to the heart of government.
The aptly named Phoenix Enterprise Park will rise from the ashes of a fire which devastated the former Wessex Foods factory site in Lowestoft, which was burned to the ground in 2010.
After decades of campaigning a new £7m road designed to relieve congestion and boost the Suffolk economy has finally opened.