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Controversial employment tribunal fees could be scrapped after the union Unison won a “landmark” court victory against the government.

If you’ve caught daytime TV recently, then you won’t have been able to miss ads for funeral plans.

The chairman of Norfolk and Suffolk’s local enterprise partnership (LEP) will stand down this autumn, to be succeeded by the joint chief executive of the East of England Co-op.

Suffolk construction firm Jackson Civil Engineering has been awarded the contract for the long-awaited £7m Beccles Southern Relief Road.

The nucleus of the idea is simple – but it’s one that Dr Simon Stafford hopes he can sell around the world.

A Beccles-based manufacturer has helped to net a world record after answering an unusual commission for a football match being played at 15,000 ft.

Picking a password is more important than ever - because hackers could pounce when you least expect it, warns James Walker of Resolver.co.uk

The boss of one of the region’s biggest companies has beaten business leaders from the likes of Google, Microsoft and Rolls Royce to claim a national award.

The five Norfolk and Suffolk branches of Swinton Insurance have been spared from closure, following a company review.

Small business confidence in East Anglia has fallen for the first time since the EU referendum, the latest Small Business Index from the Federation of Small Businesses shows.

Business leaders in East Anglia have called for “a new dialogue” to be opened between businesses and politicians as the country searches for direction in the wake of the general election.

The political uncertainty in the wake of the general election result has shaken the foundations of the construction sector, with housebuilders’ shares taking a hit on the FTSE 100.

A joint venture launched by Anglian Water Group is being probed by the Competition and Markets Authority.

Hikes to insurance premium tax (IPT) risk endangering small firms, the Federation of Small Businesses is warning, as it called on government to freeze the rate.

East Anglian HR directors have named the issue that causes them the most concern.

They are the powerhouses of our region – the companies which drive the local economy and employ tens of thousands of people across Norfolk and Suffolk.

The Top 100 list is a snapshot of a resilient regional economy in Norfolk and Suffolk, writes Andy Grimbly, Norwich senior partner at PwC.

Few companies on the Top 100 list have had as eventful a year as Midwich.

First it was the soft drinks - next, it could be chocolate and sweets in line for a sugar tax.

They style themselves as East Anglia’s answer to Dragons’ Den – and they are on the lookout for the region’s brightest businesses.

Jobs have been put at risk at three fast-food franchises after the companies behind them went into administration.

The former owners of Bernard Matthews have hit back at suggestions they profited at the expense of pensioners, claiming that reluctant customers scuppered a better deal to save the turkey producer.

The growing popularity of solar power for households and businesses is expected to lead to an energy surplus that could see UK wind farms asked to turn off their turbines this summer.

Workers at Bernard Matthews “feel betrayed and let down” after confirmation that 128 jobs are to be lost, a union has claimed.

Veterinary group CVS saw revenue and profits rise in its interim results as its chairman pointed to a “strong financial base” for further growth.

The construction of the £1.5bn Galloper offshore wind farm has moved into the next phase after the installation of turbine foundations was completed two months ahead of schedule.

Audio-visual distributor Midwich has delivered on the promise of its chief executive to pursue growth through acquisition after snapping up a European supplier.

Eye-based manufacturer Wrightfield has launched two new brands after it secured a major contract with an international supplier.

Virtual-reality videos give potential recruits an engineer’s-eye view of work for BT Openreach.

The region’s biggest water companies have revealed plans to come together to tap into the talent of the future.

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