The East has seen its biggest ever increase in foodbank users. Over the last year there's been a 230% rise in numbers asking for help.
The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors says trend of house sales increases was found to be flattest in East Anglia and East Midlands
House prices rose nationally in February according to one analyst - but not in East Anglia.
The online retailer Amazon is predicting that today - known as Cyber Monday - will be its busiest ever day for internet sales. The company has distribution centre in Hemel Hempstead, Peterborough and Marston Gate near Milton Keynes.
It expects to beat last year's record of three million orders, that's 35 items a second over a 24 hour period.
Time is running out for the holder of a £64 million lottery ticket to claim their prize.
The Euromillions ticket was bought in the Stevenage and Hitchin area of Hertfordshire in June. The winner has until 11pm on Wednesday to claim their winnings or the cash will go to good causes.
The numbers are 5,11,22,34,40 and Lucky Stars 9 and 11.
The first ever in depth business survey of East Anglia's 300 largest businesses shows the region is outperforming UK GDP growth by more than six times.
Accountants Grant Thornton say businesses in Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Essex are doing really well.
Turnover is up by 6% - that's six times the latest UK growth figure (£21.1bn compared to £19.8bn previous year).
Operating profits across the 300 companies grew by 7% to £953 million.
Employment is also up by 6% - significantly higher than the 0.2% increase nationally.
The new boss of Thomas Cook pledged the company would turn a corner today as the travel giant's turnaround plan pushed it to an "unacceptable" loss of £590 million.
The UK's second-biggest travel company is based in Peterborough. It is counting the cost of restructuring as it reorganises its UK business, cuts its aircraft fleet and sells off hotels.
Norfolk and Suffolk NHS mental health trust is planning to cut 500 jobs and 20 percent of its in-patient beds over the next four years. The trust hopes to do this without making compulsory redundancies.
The redesign of services is due to the £20 billion of savings which are expected to be made nationally across the NHS.
Hundreds of job cuts are planned at Norfolk and Suffolk NHS mental health trust.
The redesign of services has been prompted by the £20 million worth of savings that are expected to be made across the NHS nationally.
500 jobs and 20 per cent of inpatient beds are planned to be cut over the next four years.
A new foodbank is opening in Halstead in Essex to provide emergency food to people in crisis.
The centre at St Andrew's Church Hall in Parsonage Street will be part of the Braintree Area Foodbank which has been used by 300 people since it opened in April. Besides providing food, volunteers will also offer housing and benefits advice.