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Pubs, breweries and drinks makers in East Anglia say they are “monitoring the situation” after warnings that CO2 shortages could see the UK run out of beer and fizzy drinks ahead of a weekend of World Cup festivities and summer barbecues.

Prime minister Theresa May heard from an East Anglian business leader about how the government could work more closely with the region to drive growth.

A scheme to cut supermarket food waste is to be rolled out across Norfolk and Suffolk after a successful pilot.

Firms are being urged not to score an “own goal” during the World Cup by refusing to be flexible with requests from staff to watch football matches over the coming weeks.

The first of the jacket foundations for the East Anglia One wind farm’s 102 turbines has been installed off the coast of Suffolk.

Jamie Brown of Archant Local Impact explains how you can access help to make your business stand out online.

Many small business owners who work from home will have to balance childcare and business responsibilities this summer. Richard Voisey, business adviser at Nwes, offers his seven tips for working from home during the school holidays.

A business lobbying group has called for compensation to be issued to small businesses who lost out in TSB’s IT meltdown as the city watchdog confirmed its investigation into the incident.

Electricals retailer AO World will unveil full-year results this week, with the figures expected to reflect tough trading in the UK.

Don’t believe the reports that say you can no longer reclaim bank charges - there may still be hundreds of pounds waiting for you, writes Martin Lewis of

A Suffolk food producer has swooped in to rescue 25 jobs by buying a failed company out of administration.

Ground has been broken on a £420,000 project to upgrade facilities at the RSPCA Animal Centre at Martlesham.

A former convenience shop in a Suffolk village has been sold, after the closure of the business.

Royal Bank of Scotland executives are expected to face a barrage of questions from shareholders over dividends, branch closures and re-privatisation at the lender’s annual meeting next week.

A nuclear plant which is acting as the forerunner to Bradwell B in Essex has passed a major milestone.

It might not put you on the same level as Harry and Meghan, but getting married can pay off and put a few extra quid in your pocket, writes Martin Lewis of MoneySavingExpert.

Jamie Brown, head of knowledge and development at Archant, introduces Local Impact.

Nearly two-thirds of people say that stress over money has affected someone they know, a survey has found.

Suffolk facilities firm Servest’s takeover by an international group has been confirmed, in a deal which it says will make it a stronger global player.

The new Mothercare chief executive is set to update the market on the troubled retailer’s store closure plans next week, with the group also tipped to report a sharp fall in profits.

Business leaders from across Norfolk and Suffolk have been named as finalists in the Institute of Directors’ East of England annual awards.

Modern brands drive growth – does yours? That was the direct and challenging question posed by marketing expert Mark Harvey at a recent masterclass run by Future50 partner Lovewell Blake.

A high-street fashion brand with East Anglian branches is preparing to call in administrators, according to reports.

A venture capital fund backing some of the region’s high-growth business prospects has received a million-pound top-up to invest in more start-ups.

Anglian Water has petitioned the Cayman Islands High Court for permission to remove its Cayman Islands subsidiary after winning the backing of its lenders.

Now that the sun has finally come out and it feels like spring has actually started, I usually come up with some new tips on spring-cleaning your finances.

Television and radio comic Miles Jupp has been announced as the after-dinner speaker at the Suffolk Business Awards, which will celebrate the inspiring people and companies across the region.

Around a third of Poundworld’s stores could be shut under a restructuring plan which would put more than 1,500 jobs at risk.

The latest moves and appointments in businesses across Suffolk and north Essex.

You’ve turned your heating off, so energy suppliers are cranking up their prices. Here’s how to beat the price rises, writes Moneysavingexpert’s Martin Lewis.

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