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A staggering 97pc of primary school teachers support scrapping "high-stakes" SATS tests for 10 and 11-year-olds.

Anglian Home Improvements has scrapped plans to reduce workers' hours and pay following union pressure.

An independent school helping vulnerable children has been criticised by inspectors who say it "does not have the capacity to improve".

An under-fire college has been told further improvements must be made following its fifth Ofsted visit in 18 months.

A man was found in possession of a knife after being arrested for drink driving.

A specialist Norfolk college faces being judged "inadequate" for a third time if urgent improvements aren't made, an education watchdog has warned.

A north Suffolk academy trust has been ordered to justify the high salaries of its top-paid staff.

Following the success of our Sports Equipment and Books For Schools campaigns in 2018 we are delighted to announce a new partnership with CreativeHUT that will allow us to provide LEGO Education resources to schools across the county.

Extra road closures could be put in place in Norwich at next month's East Anglian derby.

Administrators are working to secure the future of HMV after the struggling chain's collapse.

A regional charity has welcomed news that government funding for children's hospices is set to double.

A former Ofsted inspector has been appointed to lead an academy trust with schools in East Anglia.

A Suffolk school combined creativity with sustainability in a project to mark the centenary of the First World War Armistice.

More than 100 students at an East Anglian college have celebrated their achievements in higher education.

Two university students from Norwich have delivered first aid training for a major car maker after setting up their own business.

Almost a quarter of people (23%) in the East of England spend more than half of their income the day they receive it, new research shows.

Greggs helped staved off a downturn during this year's heatwave with a range of summer drinks and focaccia-style pizzas.

East Anglia's best employers have been crowned in an awards ceremony which brought together more than 150 business people from around the region.

The move towards a cashless society in East Anglia could cause companies to lose customers, a business lobbying group has claimed.

The region's smaller businesses are catching up with their larger counterparts when it comes to investment in employee training, a new survey has revealed.

The Best Employers Eastern Region 2018 winners are set to be announced tomorrow - but recognising these companies is only one of the initiative's aims.

The results are in - is your business among the East's best companies to work for?

Dutch trade officials have signed a partnership agreement with Norfolk and Suffolk to strengthen trade relations between the areas.

Investment and improved accommodation quality has helped a self-catering holiday specialist bump up summer revenue from its East Anglian sites by almost a fifth.

Time is running out for tourism and leisure businesses to put their names forward for a regional industry awards.

Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs) and the support they provide for businesses will continue to be relevant in post-Brexit Britain, bosses at the East Anglian partnership have said.

Tesco is to launch a new discount store format in the East of England.

Jamie Brown explains how Digital Decoded can help SMEs navigate the mire of marketing products.

Two Bury St Edmunds businesses are joining forces for a Macmillan coffee morning.

Profits at holiday group Center Parcs have slipped despite the group inching closer towards the half-billion pound turnover mark.

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