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Goats cheese and holiday cottage business Fielding Cottage has come a long way in 10 years.

Projects looking for funding are being offered the chance to pitch for a chunk of a £1.5m innovation fund.

Front pages across the United Kingdom and beyond have been taken over by climate change stories - from Greta Thunberg's emotional speeches to Extinction Rebellion protests.

An East Anglian store has said it is "business as usual", despite water pouring through its roof during the floods that hit the region this weekend.

The East of England is set to succeed thanks to its offshore wind capacity. But how can we make sure its rise is sustained?

Norfolk and Suffolk will be promoted under a new banner on the global business stage with the launch of a new brand for the region, 'Unlimited'.

The East of England could be set to lose a host of restaurants as the owner of Frankie & Benny's and Chiquito announced it is looking to shut half of its sites.

A Norfolk business has set its course for new markets following a name change and under a new manager.

The founder of one of Norfolk's Future 50 businesses is hoping to gain advice and insight from his cohort peers, as he reveals plans to grow his business by 10 times this year.

A team doing things differently is reaping the rewards of operating as a group in a high-pressure industry.

They say that any PR is good PR - but when does bad PR become a scandal? East Anglian experts discuss how to steer the narrative.

Two multi-million pound haulage businesses have joined forces after a share buyout - creating a partnership worth more than £475m.

Britain is awaiting the next leap in connectivity - 5G.

Business confidence in the region has continued to nose-dive according to the latest figures from Lloyds Bank.

Silicon Valley companies are turning their sights to the East of England - pumping millions into the region.

With his predecessor being forced out of Number 10 over her inability to push a Brexit deal through, Mr Johnson will inevitably have to make Britain's departure from the EU his number one priority.

Bosses in the East of England who are turning the hierarchy on its head have shared how they are shaking up their industries.

In the first of his monthly columns for TechKnow, Tim Robinson, chief operating officer of Tech East, discusses how and why the region can attract 'rockstar' entrepreneurs.

When it was launched, the Ladies of Norwich Hacking Society was called "divisive" for specifically championing women in cyber.

Many people wouldn't think twice before opening an attachment on their work laptop, while sat using a cafe's wifi.

Unicorn. It's a word thrown around conference rooms and board meetings with equal parts scepticism and hope. But could East Anglia grow and home a unicorn firms - one which is ultimately valued at more than $1 billion?

Fears are growing that Bathstores in the region could close after reports the chain was on the brink of collapse.

With another bank holiday fast approaching many of the region's dog owners will be getting ready for days out and have money in their pockets to spend.

The gin industry "has reached breaking point" according to the East Anglian distillers which are being muscled off the shelves by mass producers.

The final batch of Future 50 businesses has been announced - but this year there is a twist.

Tech companies in the East of England are booming.

McDonald's has seen a windfall in UK sales off the back of its launch of new menu items.

And companies have been capitalising on the rising footfall brought about by the warm temperatures.

A cyber security social enterprise has been launched across Norfolk and Suffolk with the purpose of protecting the region from attack.

The first batch of successful Future50 applicants has been announced but the project remains open for further submissions.

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