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A family-run shop has beaten the world-famous Harrods department store to bag a prestigious award for its window displays.
The first 245ft blade for the new East Anglia ONE windfarm has been built.
Despite better-than-expected results from some of the East’s big high street names retail sales fell in December.
An energy supplier with customers across East Anglia has vowed to improve after being slapped with a ban on taking on new clients by the regulator.
Shoppers struggled to bag a bargain Christmas this year with prices rising at their highest rate since 2013.
One of the first girls ever allowed to attend former boys’ school Culford has been appointed to the Bank of England’s Financial Policy Committee.
Even with just three months to go Brexit uncertainty remains for businesses in our region and beyond. Business editor RICHARD PORRITT looks forward to what the coming year holds
The prime minister might have won a confidence vote but, asks political editor RICHARD PORRITT, what now for her leadership, Brexit and the country?
MPs have urged caution amid calls for the government to seize control of the region’s failing mental health trust.
East Anglia’s tourism industry will be devastated if Britain crashes out of the European Union, a Labour frontbencher has warned.
East Anglian MPs are demanding greater devolution for the region and more infrastructure spending from government.
What a weekend it was – Latitude is fast becoming one of the world’s best music festivals.
The sadly-defunct Hacienda nightclub in Manchester has hosted some of the most famous – and infamous – parties in history.
Formed more than 20 years ago in Glasgow, Belle and Sebastian continue to provide a biting commentary on real life.
West Suffolk MP Matt Hancock has won promotion amid the chaos of this week’s government resignations. Here Political Editor RICHARD PORRITT profiles a rising star in the Tory ranks
Foreign secretary Boris Johnson has resigned amid growing anger at Theresa May’s Brexit plans.
Theresa May faces a critical 24 hours after her Brexit secretary sensationally quit over the plans for how the UK will leave the European Union.
Before a momentous week in the House of Commons, Political Editor RICHARD PORRITT analyses the potential fallout of the Brexit votes
Ipswich MP Sandy Martin has asked the prime minister what is being done to stop the spike in violence on our streets in the wake of Tavis Spencer-Aitkens’ murder.
Suffolk Coastal MP Thérèse Coffey has been temporarily replaced as an environment minister due to illness.
It is still too early to say exactly what impact Brexit will have on jobs, business and personal finances.
MPs have heard how the “scandal” of staff shortages is crippling mental health care in Suffolk.
An MP has warned “these are worrying times for Suffolk” after a spike in violent crime in the region.
Brexit, love it or loathe it, is now just a year away.
The culture secretary Matt Hancock has been forced to change his own app amid claims of data harvesting.
Philip Hammond’s Spring Statement was an attempt to rouse Britain’s confidence with the clear message: “Things are on track.”
MPs from across the region have met with ambulance bosses amid ongoing concerns over the crisis that hit the service during the festive period.
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