The Government is 'seeking talks' with Peugeot-owner PSA Group as fears grow over the future of thousands of British jobs at Vauxhall.Read the full story ›
The union representing workers at Bernard Matthews have expressed their anger at plans to cut more than 150 jobs.Read the full story ›
Mining is set to return to Northamptonshire with the revival of a very old slate mine.Read the full story ›
The crew of an Indian owned supply ship which has been detained in Great Yarmouth are facing the prospect of being stranded at the port over Christmas.
The Malaviya Twenty, which is registered in Mumbai, docked in June.
It is been detained by the Admiralty Marshall after it emerged that the crew haven't been paid.
There are fresh calls for expansion at airports in the East of England, after the Government revealed plans for a third runway at Heathrow.Read the full story ›
The first post-Brexit MK Jobs Show begins in Milton Keynes later.
The two day event at the centre MK showcases employment and training opportunities from the region's employers.
Many organisations are exhibiting for the first time including: Vauxhall, Debenhams and Marks and Spencer.
The latest jobs stats from May to July 2016 show 1.63 million people unemployed, 39,000 fewer that the year before.
There's been a small fall in unemployment across the Anglia region.
It's down by 1,000 in the East of England to 112,000 people.
That's 3.5% of the workforce - the lowest jobless rate of any region in the UK.
In the East Midlands, which includes Northamptonshire, the total was down by a similar amount to 106,000 people.
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A high-tech corridor stretching from London through Stansted and on to Cambridge could generate nearly 400,000 jobs - if this region is given the power to develop it.
A new report published today says the area could be a prime location for technology and life sciences firms in the UK.
Cambridge has been named as the best place to work in the UK by the job site Glassdoor.Read the full story ›
The new Assistant Chief Constable of Cambridgeshire Police says he wants to see the force recruit more officers from black and minority ethnic backgrounds.
Nav Malik is now one of the country's most senior muslim policemen and hopes others can follow in his footsteps.
Recent figures showed that only 2% of officers in Cambridgeshire were from a BME background.
I think it's about making sure we market the role.
There are some communities that don't see the police service as an obvious career choice so for us it's about marketing the role, making sure we make the opportunities available to them.