January 28 2015 Latest news:
EDF today became the last of the Big Six energy suppliers to cut gas prices in the wake of falling wholesale costs as it said it would cut tariffs by 1.3%.
Construction companies in the East of England are out-performing their rivals in most other parts of the UK, according to a new survey.
The new chairman of Business Improvement District (BID) organisation Ourburystedmunds has appealed for member firms to share their ideas on how to drive forward the town’s economy over the next five years.
East Anglia’s livestock community has lost one of its most enthusiastic and indomitable characters, following the death of farmer and auctioneer David Ball at the age of 60.
There is an old stock market saying that as goes January, so goes the rest of the year.
The Government’s recent decision to postpone revaluation of business rates until 2017 was met with widespread disappointment by the business community.
Town Topics with Ipswich Chamber of Commerce
A £600,000 gluten-free mill has been launched in Essex following a six-month project to convert a redundant building.
Seamus Clifford has become one of East Anglia-based Ellisons Solicitors’ three managing partners.