Tourism attractions across the East are hoping for a bumper summer after Easter provided a "good start" to the season.Read the full story ›
Stansted Airport got a flying visit from the world's second largest plane this week to mark the arrival of new jobs to the region.Read the full story ›
A group of businessmen from China will visit Milton Keynes to talk trade links with the town in the wake of Brexit. In particular they'll be focusing on futuristic technologiessuch as the driverless car.
The delegation from the Shenzhen region of China will tour the town which recently celebrated its 50th Birthday.
They'll visit to Bletchley Park and the home of the driverless car.
The visit it being hosted by local business interest group MKBusiness Leaders Partnership.
Shenzen in south eastern China has a population of 18 million and in 2016 its GDP was worth $294 billion.
One of the East of England's first floating hotels has opened up in Ely, Cambridgeshire.
The Hotel Waternimf is owned Donna Spence and Stuart Fowler who have spent eleven months renovating the Dutch Barge.
"There comes a stage in life when you want more of a lifestyle kind of business and this has been my dream now for a number of years, it's been two years in the planning, eleven months in the construction and here we are."
Lowestoft's Ness Point is getting a £1 million funding boost. The Government money will be used to create a new visitor destination.Read the full story ›
A new campaign to attract more people to Northamptonshire is being launched.
It's being backed the former Saatchi advertising supremo James Lowther.
As part of the push, bosses will promote the county's credentials as having more stately homes than any other.
The new tourism campaign - Northamptonshire: Britain's Best Surprise! - will be launched at Boughton House.
Figures show tourism brings in around 2 billion pounds a year to Cambridgeshire while Hertfordshire earns around the same but trailling behind is Northamptonshire with 1 billion generated by tourism.
The UK's tech firms have attracted more investment than any other European nation - and the East is helping lead the way.Read the full story ›
A mobile visitor centre with information about the upgrade of the A14 between Cambridge and Huntingdon, is being launched.
Highways England say it will visit towns and villages affected by the work on the road and will have information on how to plan journeys as well as updates on its progress.
Highways England want to be able to visit local communities along the route with information that will benefit more people, rather than asking them to come to a static visitor centre.
With this mobile visitor centre, the team will also head to business premises, local events, libraries, community and support groups as in particular over the next few years.
After today's launch, the mobile visitor centre will have its first outing at Tesco Bar Hill on Wednesday 15th March.
Unions are "right to be worried" about the future of Vauxhall's UK car manufacturing plants, according to ex-head of General Motors Europe.Read the full story ›