Unilever, the owners of Colman's Mustard, are to close their operation in Norfolk with the loss of more than 100 jobs.Read the full story ›
Emirates is to launch a new daily route from Stansted Airport to Dubai beginning in June next yearRead the full story ›
A union says it will "seek clarity" on the future of Colman's Mustard in Norwich - after Britvic confirmed it was leaving the city.Read the full story ›
Britvic has confirmed it is to close its factory in Norwich, leading to the loss of more than 200 jobs.Read the full story ›
A direct rail link between the university cities of Cambridge and Oxford has moved a step closer after the official launch of the East West Rail Company.
It will oversee the restoration of the Varsity rail line which closed 50 years ago.
Watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Dani Crawshaw.
Multiyork Furniture cut 112 jobs at its headquarters and manufacturing facility in Thetford.Read the full story ›
A council in Essex has been accused of ruining Christmas after ordering a festive attraction to close down over safety fears.
- Serena Sandhu visited the attraction and sent us this report.
The Christmas Wonderland in Clacton-on-Sea comes with a Santa's grotto and train rides, but unfortunately no planning permission.
It's proved so popular the council says the local roads can't cope with the increase in traffic. But the event organisers are determined to stay open.
The Toys ‘R’ Us store in Cambridge is one of 26 scheduled to close in Spring 2018.
It comes just months after the US-based retailer filed for bankruptcy.
In total it is understood that 500 to 800 jobs could be lost nationwide. In total at the moment they have 84 stores in the UK and employs a total of 3,200 people.
Steve Knights, managing director of Toys R Us UK, said the warehouse-style stores opened by the retailer in the 1980s and 1990s have proven "too big and expensive to run", adding that "newer, smaller, more interactive stores in the right shopping locations" were trading well.
From next spring a new stretch of railway will mean passengers travelling from Peterborough and Cambridge can access more destinations.Read the full story ›
Three of the major banks have announced plans to close dozens of bank branches in towns and villages across the Anglia region.Read the full story ›