Drinks company Britvic is to close its factory in Chelmsford with the loss of around 230 jobs.
A pub in Norfolk is using new technology to keep its food waste out of landfill
Travellers looking for flights to Europe will soon have more choice thanks to a new deal struck at Cambridge Airport.
A woman from Haverhill in Suffolk, who won 148 million pounds on the Euromillions lottery, is using some of her winnings to refurbish a children's play centre in the town, which had closed down.
Gillian Bayford and her husband won their millions last August. Gillian says it's important to give something back to the local community. You can see her story in full on ITV News Anglia tonight at 6pm.
The Norwich based road and rail maintenance company May Gurney is the subject of a £221 million takeover bid.
May Gurney was founded in 1926, and currently employs nearly 6,000 people.
The new offer from construction firm Kier trumps a rival bid made last week by Costain.
If Kier's bid is successful the new company would have an order book worth £5.7 billion pounds.
Latest job figures show around 11 people are chasing every vacancy in East Anglia. But businesses in the region's high tech industry are warning that a shortage of skilled staff could threaten an economic recovery. Elodie Harper reports.
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Norwich-based insurance giant Aviva is reportedly eyeing a £650 million takeover of The Co-operative's insurance business.
Aviva is among a number of firms considering bidding after the Co-op put the division up for sale last month to raise cash to plug a capital shortfall - which is threatening its swoop for 632 Lloyds Banking Group branches, according to The Sunday Times.
Building work on a new cinema in St Neots has been forced to be put on hold due to a construction error. The Cineworld Cinema Complex was being built almost a metre out of place. Turnstones Estates says it's submitted a new planning application to adjust the building.
Insurance giant Aviva is eyeing a £650 million takeover of The Co-operative's insurance business, according to reports.
The Sunday Times claims the Norwich-based insurance giant is among a number of firms considering bidding after the Co-op put the division up for sale last month.
The reports come less than a week after Aviva announced it would cut around two thousand jobs worldwide.