Financially “stressed” businesses could be allowed to cut final salary pension payments to employees to save them from collapse, under government proposals.
The teacher recruitment crisis is, matched perhaps only by funding, the biggest challenge facing schools today. With efforts underway to tackle the shortage, education correspondent Lauren Cope reports.
Offshore specialists James Fisher Marine Services will breathe new life into a major disused site in Lowestoft when it takes over the former offices of AKD Engineering.
The end of EU quotas could allow East Anglia’s sugar beet industry to ramp up production by 50pc and boost its already-significant role in the region’s rural economy.
Two store giants are set to go toe-to-toe again in Norwich after Lidl revived its bid to build a new supermarket that was fiercely opposed by Aldi.
A leading activist for the reform of tax systems to close loopholes for tax evasion is to visit Norwich to outline his ideas on the Green New Deal.
A lack of understanding of how to teach tech in school risks leaving the next generation of coders and developers to train themselves.
For Norfolk’s agricultural community, it presents an opportunity for investment, jobs and the promotion of the county’s food.
Creating and nurturing relationships between Norwich’s businesses and its community organisations will be key in tackling its biggest issues, according to the city’s business connector.
Teenagers in the region are some of the least likely in the country to apply for a place at university.
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