Saving for a prolonged period of travel is essential, says our financial columnist Peter Sharkey. And now might just be the best time to go.
In 1978 a small company with one truck took a job to transport Bob Marley to Ibiza. Forty years on the iconic black and gold lettered trucks of Transam Trucking can now be seen at gigs and festivals across Europe.
Anglian Water has revealed how it wants to spend £6.5bn to protect the region’s water supplies in the coming years. Business editor Mark Shields takes a look at five things we learned from the plan.
“I will never have an energy drink again.”
Beers and ales brewed in East Anglia will be filling up supermarket shelves in China, thanks to a deal between a Suffolk brewery and a Chinese importer.
Children in England are to be banned from buying energy drinks under government plans.
A former art teacher has won a coveted prize in the competitive world of quilting, after her textile depiction of a biblical story earned a national award.
Norfolk has officially recycled one million tonnes of waste, it has been announced by the Norfolk Waste Partnership.
A week-long crackdown on speeding drivers in Norfolk starts today as part of a Europe-wide campaign.
The Norfolk airshow loved as one of the best in Europe is only a week away. Jo Malone looks at why it’s time to get excited about the Old Buckenham Airshow.
Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust (NSFT) has appointed two new directors.
A Suffolk dairy farmer has expressed delight that his award-winning cheese is set to appear on Prince Harry’s breakfast menu on the day of the royal wedding.
Beccles has celebrated 40 years of friendship, memories and travel with its twin town from across The Channel.
A Bungay man who served as a fighter pilot during the First World War has left behind a “rare and unique” glimpse of life on the front line in a comprehensive photo album.
A day of top class acoustic music is to come to Beccles this weekend.
Norfolk experiences its hottest day of the year today - and the warmest since the beginning of July 2017.
Speeding drivers are set to be targeted during a week-long police campaign.
There were shields, swords and longboats galore as an army of Beccles pupils enjoyed an interactive Viking Day.
A rising star in the world of jazz is to return to Milestones Jazz Club.
Police are set to target drivers and passengers who don’t wear their seatbelts during a week-long enforcement campaign.
The first steps in the “renaissance” of the East Anglian fishing industry will take place at a conference next month.
Wreaths have been laid as a town fell silent to remember others.
A former Beccles man who was part of a crime group which smuggled migrants into the UK has been jailed following an investigation by the National Crime Agency.
Great Yarmouth is set for a tourism spending boost after it was confirmed cruise ships will be docking with hundreds of passengers at the town’s port throughout the year.
A wreath-laying ceremony to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day will be held in Lowestoft next week.
The crisis the NHS is going through could have been avoided. So says Joan Pons Laplana, a nurse and clinical project manager at James Paget Hospital
What does a member of Britain’s first ever boyband have in common with a troupe of hardened wrestlers from Norwich?
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