600 jobs could be created if plans for a new business park are approved in Suffolk.
The development at Great Blakenham near Ipswich would be eco-friendly and if given the go-ahead would be opened by 2019.
"This exciting ground breaking development will give the local economy a major boost and help Mid-Suffolk meet its commitment to find land for an additional 8000 jobs by 2026. Because of its unique position it will attract both local and international businesses and will provide jobs for local people and reduce levels of out-commuting from the district."
Stansted-based airline Ryanair has revealed it plans to cut fares by 7% this year as annual profits soared.
The budget airline wants to reduce its prices in a bid to keep passengers flying despite concerns following terror attacks in Paris and Brussels.
The impact of the recent EgyptAir plane crash may further weaken the appetite for international travel over the coming months.
The cuts came as Ryanair posted profits after tax up 43% to £959 million in the year to March compared with a year ago.
The full-year to 2016 was a year in which we delivered significant traffic and profit growth in all four quarters.
Campaigners say they'll keep fighting renewed plans to build a waste incinerator near a village in Bedfordshire.
An American company has permission to build a 24-acre facility at 'Rookery South Pit' near Stewartby. It says the site could generate enough energy to power 65,000 homes.
But some people living nearby have been campaigning against it for nearly a decade and they say they're not backing down now.
Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Sarah Cooper.
There's been a blow to campaigners fighting plans to build more than 300 homes in the Suffolk countryside that inspired the artist John Constable.
The development in Brantham has now been approved by the district council, but some say it will turn the village into a town and the infrastructure won't be able to cope.
With growing demand for housing and government targets to meet there are many more in the East who are forming groups to try and protect their countryside.
Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Serena Sandhu.
It's emerged 450 jobs will be created at a new Ryanair training Centre to be based at Stansted Airport.
The airline's boss Michael O'Leary announced the investment at the airport as part of a stronger in Europe event alongside George Osborne, Vince Cable and Ed Balls.
However Leave campaigners have accused Mr O'Leary of hypocrisy quoting speeches he made in 2011 criticising the EU.
A new scheme is launching in Hertfordshire today to stop vulnerable people being targeted by rogue traders.
Local traders applying to the scheme will have to go through a strict vetting procedure, including a criminal record check.
It's been developed by the consumer organisation Which? and Hertfordshire County Council.
They've been a familiar site on the East Coast line through Peterborough for decades, but soon they'll be part of rail history.
Local trains joined 40 HST 125s from across the country over the Bank Holiday to mark the loco's ruby anniversary.
New electric trains are scheduled to replace them in a couple of years.
"We're on the cusp of the sister of the high speed train and the intercity express train today and we thought this was a good time to celebrate the work it's done and the engineers that worked on them have done."
The northern section of Bedford's Western Bypass will be officially opened today.
The new road links the A4280 at Biddenham with the A6 at the Clapham roundabout.
It was first mooted as an idea 50 years ago.
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Hundreds of schoolchildren across Northampton will be attending an apprenticeship fair in the town today.
The show, thought to be biggest of its type ever held in the country, is taking place at the Royal and Derngate theatre.
Both the Education Secretary Nicky Morgan and the Minister for Apprentices Nick Boles are going too.
Hundreds of schoolchildren aged from fourteen to eighteen and from ten Northampton schools will be attending with more than 35 businesses with apprenticeship vacancies on offer.