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Yesterday, 08:53

TV personality Janet Street-Porter has become the latest person to hit out at Greater Anglia about the standard of train services.

An empty town centre store has been transformed into a "top class" barbers, which officially opened their doors this week.

More than £650m worth of nuclear contracts have been awarded to East of England companies for a nuclear power plant project which is set to provide the template for Sizewell C, it has been revealed.

A pledge to regenerate high streets in some of Suffolk's market towns is being promised by council leaders as latest figures show as many as one in ten shops lay empty.

A Tesco Express store could be unveiled at the site of a former pub.

A popular restaurateur who closed his Lowestoft site earlier this year to travel and spend time with his family has returned with a new venture.

A car dealership has closed its Halesworth operation, with the loss of 21 jobs in the town.

Nearly one in five shops are empty on some Norfolk and Waveney high streets, but tourist hotspots are booming.

They are popular eateries on the east coast dedicated to serving traditional fish and chips.

Armed robberies, shoplifting and threats to staff are among the challenges retail workers have to face in stores across the region.

A new Subway store is set to open its doors next month.

Demolition work is under way to create a drive-through Burger King restaurant on a retail park.

The future of a number of businesses in a market town is in doubt after plans were lodged to transform their site into housing for over-55s.

Work is continuing on the construction of a drive-through Starbucks coffee shop on part of a supermarket's car park.

Suffolk business chiefs have called on the county's Parliamentary candidates to end the Brexit stalemate and "do their bit" for local firms.

The days get darker but strings of sparkling lights will soon dangle above the streets of our towns and villages.

A town on the border of Norfolk and Suffolk is set to welcome a new discount supermarket within the next month.

A new £650,000 food store has opened its doors at the site of a former pub.

The energy secretary has agreed to review plans which could see miles of countryside carved up to accommodate offshore wind farms.

Poll How much is a pint in your local?

Saturday, November 2, 2019

The landlord of a newly-reopened pub is pledging to be the cheapest in town, pulling a £1.95 pint.

King's Lynn

A brand new, bigger and more modern food store is set to open its doors next week.

A Norfolk café and garden centre has opened its doors to its customers' four-legged friends, and has seen a surge in demand as a result.

A new £11.7m energy skills centre is set to be unveiled in Lowestoft next month.

Insight Energy

A zero-waste store has opened in a town's historic high street, with owners welcoming countless visitors on their first day.

It is a popular craze sweeping the nation, and the UK's most easterly live escape room is up-and-running.

'We can have people who don't speak at all and suddenly they're singing. It's very special.'

A rural firm dogged by poor broadband and mobile connections says the problem is hitting its bottom line.

A town centre building that has been empty for three years could be transformed into a café and soft play area, provided plans get the go-ahead.

A husband and wife are selling a vintage horsebox with a difference which has been transformed into a luxury mobile bar for use at weddings and festivals.

Customers are being urged to check their bags of Bernard Matthews turkey dinosaurs over fears they could contain metal.

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Yesterday, 08:53

TV personality Janet Street-Porter has become the latest person to hit out at Greater Anglia about the standard of train services.

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Mon, 15:56

Dashcam footage is being sought by police after two people suffered serious injuries while looking for a mobile phone on the A146.

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Tue, 12:28

An empty town centre store has been transformed into a "top class" barbers, which officially opened their doors this week.

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Yesterday, 09:23

Norfolk trading standards officers are warning people to be aware of "phishing" emails pretending to be from Amazon in the run-up to Christmas.

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Beach huts in Lowestoft which were closed three years ago due to structural concerns are to be replaced thanks to a £2.5million boost, it has been revealed.

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