A woman who rose from cleaner to company director has been telling ITV News Anglia about her experiences in a male-dominated environmentRead the full story ›
An exclusive report by ITV Anglia has found that the number of female directors in our region falls well below the national averageRead the full story ›
Ryanair have released the full list of flights cancelled by the airline over the the next six weeks because of a pilot shortage.Read the full story ›
An small family-run bus company has stepped in to continue running vital services for rural villages on the Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire border.
It comes with local councils across our region reducing their bus subsidies leaving some communities feeling cut off.
Brian Clifford, who runs A-2-B buses in Melbourn near Royston, says bigger companies are reluctant to run some country bus routes because they don't make enough money to cover their costs.
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The decline of King's Lynn port has been turned around thanks to a multi-million pound investment in a new grain storage terminalRead the full story ›
45 new jobs are being created in Huntingdon with the opening of a new TK Maxx shop.
The clothing, gift and homeware shop will open on 12 October in The Chequers Shopping Centre.
TK Maxx has over 500 stores across the UK, Ireland, Poland, Germany, Austria and the Netherlands.
Staff at a McDonald's restaurant in Cambridge have walked out in the first ever strike at the company in the UK.Read the full story ›
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Experts in Cambridge say this region could get a boost worth billions of pounds thanks to the government's latest life sciences strategy.
Ministers today announced plans to turn the UK into a world leader in bio-medical research.
And with this region already seeing huge investment in pioneering centres - including the proposed Public Health Laboratory in Harlow in Essex -scientists here believe they are ready to take advantage of the opportunities.
Northamptonshire and Norfolk are experiencing a 'mini-boom' in house price growth according to property website Rightmove.Read the full story ›
A community has accused the council of putting the needs of businesses before those of local residents.
London Luton Airport Limited has proposed a development at Wigmore Valley Park, close to the airport site.
It will include 70 acres of commercial space and a new access road.
But people living nearby say it will ruin the local environment and cause huge traffic problems.
Watch Russell Hookey's report for ITV News Anglia.