A Northampton designer says she is gutted after a major high street retailer sold prints that she says could be mistaken for her work.
A group set up to try and save 900 jobs at a food processing factory in Northamptonshire has suggested it could relocate to avoid closure.
A new train which it's claimed will "transform" rail travel on the Thameslink line has been unveiled today.
The Government's earmarked more than £3.5 million for a series of projects along the East Anglian coast.
Essex gets most of it. The Coastal Communities Fund is designed to create jobs and apprenticeships in areas hit by recent flooding.
But the Government's having to counter claims that proposed cuts to education funding could put some of those apprenticeships at risk.
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A multi-million pound package that will create hundreds of jobs and apprenticeships across coastal towns in the region has been announced.
Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex have been awarded a share of the funding.
The money will help rebuild communities damaged by the recent flooding.
Farmers from across the region are heading to Birmingham today for annual conference of the National Farmers' Union.
They'll be calling on the government to reduce the amount of agricultural red tape and highlighting the role that farming can play in driving the economic recovery.
Supermarkets are being criticised for buying pubs and turning them into convenience stores.
The Campaign for Real Ale says that on average two pubs a week were converted to supermarkets during the past year.
CAMRA is calling on the government to change the planning laws.
The supermarkets say they're only buying buildings which aren't commercially viable as pubs and whose owners are prepared to sell them.
A food processing factory in Northamptonshire is due to hold 'urgent talks' this morning after it emerged 900 jobs are at risk.
Solway Foods, which produces fresh salads and sandwiches, will discuss its future with Corby MP Andy Sawford.
"My thoughts are with the 900 strong workforce who will now all be very worried about the future of their jobs. Solway operate in a very competitive market, they have recently lost some customers and they tell me the Corby site is ageing.
Solway have told me that they will consider all possibilities, including options for staying in Corby, and I have offered to help in anyway I can."
Andy Sawford MP
More than 11,000 people have applied for jobs at a new holiday village in Bedfordshire.
Centre Parcs is due to open its Woburn Forest site in the spring.
Bosses say most of the applicants live in the local area but they have had interest from as far afield as the Isle of Man and Inverness.
Half the 1,500 roles have now been filled, with two out of five new recruits aged between 16 and 24.
Judi Leavor, human resources director at Center Parcs, said: "It's fantastic to have received so many job applications for the new site already... This recruitment drive should have a tremendous impact on the local community in terms of economic growth, both in the short and long term."
The first stage of an £11 million project to bring super-fast broadband to Northamptonshire will be completed this morning.
The Minister for Culture, Ed Vaizey, will be in Towcester as the new fibre-powered cabinets go live. They, along with other cabinets in Weedon and Paulerspury, will provide fast internet to 4,000 homes and businesses in the local area.
The new service is due to be rolled out across the county by next month.
A father from Essex has spearheaded a campaign against school holiday price hikes.
Peter Higgins says parents are being "ripped off" by holiday companies who are taking advantage of the high demand and threat of fines during the school breaks.
His e-petition, begun with the help of an Essex mother, already has more than 150,000 signatures but he says it's been ignored by government.
Mr Higgins wants a cap imposed on holiday companies so they can only increase prices by a certain amount during school breaks.
His petition explains: "Family time is so much more essential in the current working world, but so many people cannot afford holidays in school holidays.
"It's time to stop the holiday companies cashing in on school holidays and let parents have some guilt free family time!"