The UK's only ferry link from our region to Scandinavia is making its final crossing.
The last passengers boarded the DFDS Seaways ship bound for Denmark yesterday. It is due to arrive in Esbjerg early this afternoon.
The route between Harwich in Essex and the Danish port had been in operation for nearly 140 years, but DFDS says new European laws on what fuel they use mean the route is no longer sustainable. Passenger numbers have dropped from 300,000 to about 80,000.
A state of the art technology park is to be built at the Millbrook Proving Ground testing centre in Bedfordshire.
The local council has given the green light for the £35million scheme to go ahead. Final approval should be granted next month.
The park will include new office space and research facilities. It will also allow more companies to base themselves at the site which could create more than a thousand new jobs.
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As the Luton Dunstable Busway nears its first anniversary, figures show that passenger numbers are lower than first hoped.
It was estimated around 2,500,000 journeys would be made on the route in the first nine months, but the actual number was just over 1,000,000.
Luton Borough Council insists the project is a success, and announced today that another service will be added.
"Six years ago when we were doing the business case, there were higher figures and it was an assumption.
Of course, the recession came in between that, but I think with 1.3million passengers on the busway in 2014, it's great news in any language."
A number of animals are returning to the Sealife Sanctuary in Hunstanton nearly 10 months after the building was damaged in last December's tidal surge on the Norfolk coast.
More than 2,500 creatures were sent to foster homes across the UK in the aftermath of the storm.
Common seals, giant sea turtles, otters, penguins and rays along with hundreds of fish are due to arrive.
The growing wind power industry in Norfolk and Suffolk is set to benefit from a new deal with German energy companies.
A delegation from Germany has been touring the region - including a visit to the Scroby Sands development.
As part of the visit they have signed an agreement to work together with UK companies to improve and expand wind power developments.
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The Chief Executive of Norfolk based car manufacturers Lotus said today that he is deeply sorry to announce job losses at the company's headquarters near Wymondham.
As many as 325 staff could be made redundant by Christmas as part of major re-structuring to cut costs.
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South Norfolk MP Richard Bacon has described the proposed job losses at Group Lotus as bitter news for workers at Hethel.
I understand that the company is going through a major reshaping process in order to become more sustainable for the future. The harsh truth is that if Lotus is to prosper in the long term it must do even better, at lower cost.
“I have spoken to the Business Secretary Vince Cable and also to the Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith to ask for every possible help from government at this difficult time.