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Thursday, October 12, 2017

East Anglia has recently seen high-profile manufacturing casualties including Delphi and, potentially, Colman’s Mustard. So where does the region’s manufacturing industry stand now, and where is it going? BETHANY WHYMARK reports.

Working mothers are playing an increasingly important role in the modern workforce - but employers must offer them the flexibility to balance a career with family life. Doug Faulkner reports.

Youngsters from non-farming backgrounds are increasingly looking at agricultural careers, says Easton and Otley College. With the skills gap and the need to train more people post-Brexit, their commitment has never been more needed. SARAH CHAMBERS reports.

As part of the wider Cozens-Hardy business team, our commercial property department is able to offer a highly personal service with all the support

and experience you would expect from one of the region’s most respected legal firms.

Investment in the popular Castle Mall shopping centre is set to bring Norwich a new restaurant quarter.

A top barrister from Suffolk has spoken out in a planning row over proposals for a multi-million pound expansion he fears may threaten the tranquillity of Constable Country.

The search is on for Norfolk and Suffolk’s brightest and boldest companies to join the new class of Future50. Could your firm be among them? Mark Shields reports.

In the face of an ageing population leaders in East Anglia are focused on increasing the skill level of the region’s workforce. But what is the best educational route to take? Bethany Whymark reports.

It was Charlie Dalton’s real life challenge of raising his family and running a business that nudged him into being a manufacturer of high quality home offices.

Beautiful rural scenery, a rugged coastline... and super-fast broadband? Prof John Last, chairman of the Digital Creative Industries group of New Anglia LEP, explains how a project from across the country could offer a pointer to Norfolk and Suffolk’s shared digital future.

Designs for a £11million technical college at Stansted Airport have been given planning permission.

After the BBC published the salaries of its highest earners, the issue of pay transparency has come to the fore. But whether a more open discussion about wages will bring benefits to businesses is not a clear-cut issue. BETHANY WHYMARK reports.

Matthew Taylor’s review of UK employment practices is intended to help inform legislation changes to accommodate new employment models. Bethany Whymark gauges the business reaction.

Houses, whether it’s about building, buying or renting them, are a hot topic.

Dream On, a charity created by ex-Royal Sun Alliance boss Bridget McIntyre to help women to achieve their potential at work and in life, is celebrating a move to a new home in Eye. SARAH CHAMBERS reports.

An inspirational event bringing together primary school children from all over Essex took place at Writtle University College this week. Sarah Chambers was at Essex Agricultural Association’s 10th Essex Schools Food and Farming Day.

The farmer who played a pivotal role in shaping and modernising the organisation behind next week’s Suffolk Show says he is very thankful for the support he has received.

This year’s Suffolk Agricultural Association (SAA) president Lord Iveagh says he is looking forward to a “great” show later this month.

Suffolk pig genetics firm Rattlerow Farms has picked up awards for joint managing director Adrian Lawson’s eye-catching Aardvark Farrowing Hut. Sarah Chambers went to one of the firm’s farms to see the huts in action.

East Anglia’s coastline has been eroding for centuries. Sarah Chambers spoke to a farmer whose land is falling into the 
sea to get his perspective on an age-old problem.

Concerns for town footfall after emergency work by Anglian Water to repair a collapsed sewer in Aldeburgh High Street begins.

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