Billions of pounds is about to be spent in the next phase of gas and oil exploration in the North Sea and businesses in our region are getting the chance to bid for work.
An event is taking place outside Dunston Hall in Norwich today where businesses can find out what opportunities there are for them.
Public meetings will take place from today for people concerned about the impact of the proposed Northern Distributor Road north of Norwich.
The £150m route would link the A47 at Postwick with the A1067. Opponents have said the project would amount to environmental destruction.
They take place all this week from 10am at Assembly House in Norwich.
- Tuesday 16 September 10am - 6pm - Need, traffic forecasts and value for money.
- Wednesday 17 September 10am-6pm - Alternatives and impacts.
- Thursday 18 September 10am-4pm - Western end and minor changes.
The agendas are available on the Planning Inspectorates website.
Plans have gone on show for a solar energy farm on the former RAF base at Coltishall in Norfolk which closed in 2006.
The solar panels would be built on 250 acres of land between the former runways and provide renewable energy for up to 15,000 homes. After 25 years the solar farm would be removed. The plans are being submitted to the local council for approval.
A pub in Essex could be crowned 'National Pub of the Year'.
The Victoria Inn, in Colchester has been shortlisted for the title along with 15 other pubs across the UK by the Campaign for Real Ale.
Pubs are judged on their atmosphere, service and quality of beer.
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Northampton's new Innovation Centre has been given a topping out ceremony. Its cost eight and a half million pounds and is six storeys high
Its hoped the cube shaped building, opposite the new railway station will create up to 300 new jobs when it opens in February.
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No-frills airline Ryanair is to introduce a "business class".
The low-cost Irish carrier has unveiled a new product called Business Plus which will give executives a range of benefits.
These include flexibility on ticket changes, 20kg (44lbs) of checked-in bag allowance, fast-track airport security at selected airports, priority boarding and premium seats.
The new service will start at 69.99 euro (about £56) and is aimed at the 25% of Ryanair passengers who travel on business.
Ryanair has also announced its summer 2015 schedule from Stansted airport which includes three new routes - to Cologne in Germany, Edinburgh and Glasgow - as well as increased frequencies on 24 other routes.
The airline also revealed its 2015 summer schedule from Dublin. There will be new services to Brussels Zaventem, Cologne and Glasgow as well as increased frequencies on 12 other routes.