House prices in the East of England rose faster than elsewhere in England during October according to the biggest survey in the UK.
The construction industry is beginning to pick up across the East, which is good news for brick makers and bricklayers
Council's in the East are being encouraged to combat the problem of rising agricultural prices by renting land to first generation farmers.
Around 100 people are set to lose their jobs after a fruit importer based in Luton announced plans to restructure its business.
SH Pratt has started a 45-day consultation which it says will look at ways of minimising the impact of the change.
– David Bateman, Operations Director.
We're deeply sorry about the effect this will have upon some of our employees and we will do everything possible to support all of our people during this difficult time.
"Following the completion of this restructure, our long-term business prospects remain strong. We will continue to be one of Luton's leading employers for many years to come."
Sue Hackett, regional officer of the GMB union, said it would be seeking talks with the company and added: "This is terrible news for the workers involved and for Luton's economy."
ITV News Anglia's Business Correspondent Matthew Hudson sat down with the Bank of England's Governor Mark Carney to ask him about the region's role in the economic recovery.
Stability, low interest and mortgage rates, and incentives to take on more staff were just a few of the topics on the agenda.
Click below to watch Matthew Hudson's interview with Mark Carney
The governor of the Bank of England has been visiting the East today.
ITV News Anglia's Matthew Hudson has been finding out what three businesses in Cambridgeshire would like the new head of the Bank of England to do for them.
Click below to watch a report from ITV News Anglia's Matthew Hudson
A small business director from St Ives in Cambridgeshire says that stable interest rates could allow customers to be more confident in spending their money.
Paul Fisher, from St Ives Engine Services Ltd, reflects an optimistic mood in the East after many firms noticed an increase in business.
It comes ahead of a visit to the region from the Governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney today.
Small companies in the East say that they're seeing an increase in business and are feeling more confident about the future.
It comes ahead of a visit to the region by the Governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney today.
Firms from St Ives in Cambridgeshire were among those suggesting that they want low interest rates to stay.
Cross channel train operator, Eurostar, is bidding to run the East Coast line which runs through Stevenage and Peterborough.
Eurostar is launching a joint bid with French company, Keolis, to run the line which links London and Edinburgh.
The line has been operated in the public sector since 2009 and the new operator is expected to be announced in October next year.
East Anglia and the East Midlands have seen house prices rise month-on-month by 0.2%. Across the country house prices have risen at their fastest rate in more than six years.
Prices recorded a 0.5% month-on-month increase in September, marking the highest monthly increase seen since May 2007, property analysts Hometrack said.
The report follows similar findings from Nationwide building society last week, which reported evidence that the market pick-up "is becoming increasingly broad-based".
Campaigners fighting plans for a new Tesco superstore in Hadleigh, Suffolk will find out today if they have been successful.
Tesco's bid to build on the former Brett Works site was due to be discussed by Babergh's planning committee on July 4 but the meeting was delayed until this morning.
Debate over the proposal is expected to be heated. Tesco say the store will bring jobs and money into the area, but opponents claim it'll mean the end for many High Street shops.
An entrepreneur from Suffolk who set up her own business has had a chance to show off her products to the Prime MInister.
Jonie Worton from Lowestoft started her knitwear business in April, with help from a government scheme. She's been at a Downing street reception to celebrate British enterprise.
Jonie said: "It's just a bit daunting but it's been really special and something memorable and we're really proud to showcase our products and be part of the scheme."