A coastal town is set to lose one of its most unique stores after more than three decades of trading.
A Suffolk holiday firm has invited more than 600 former Thomas Cook employees and their families on a seaside getaway.
The owner of a Chinese takeaway has revealed how an unexpected bout of depression led to a damning zero food hygiene rating which nearly cost him everything.
A seaside town’s Jack Wills store has reopened, hours after bailiffs were seen changing locks and warning staff away.
Shocked food hygiene inspectors have slammed a Chinese takeaway claiming staff did not know the “difference between clean and dirty”.
A newsagent whose business was destroyed by a jilted arsonist has praised new sentencing guidelines which take into account the psychological toll victims .
The Labour Party has revealed ambitious plans to save around 100 at-risk Post Offices across East Anglia.
For David Patrick the last year has been one long nightmare – and there is still no end in sight.
The East of England Co-op has reported a 33% rise in underlying trading profits to £5.6m during the year it celebrated its 150th anniversary.
A hotel and wedding venue has been reborn as a bed and breakfast just one month after its sudden closure.
A Bungay farming family has been honoured yet again as it continues to transform a once struggling dairy business into a thriving market leader.