Creditors have backed House of Fraser's plans to close dozens of its stores nationwide - including its branch in Milton Keynes.Read the full story ›
An apprenticeship scheme aimed at boosting Northamptonshire's once great shoemaking industry has been launched.
Trainees will be able to spend a year at Northampton College learning the basic skills they need to work on the factory floor.
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Poundworld staff who have lost their jobs, are being offered a chance to join the retail team at Ipswich Town.Read the full story ›
Businesses across the region are hoping the World Cup will bring them a big economic boost.Read the full story ›
Luton airport bosses are calling for better rail links to the terminal after it had its busiest ever May.
1.5 million passengers travelled through last month, an increase of 3.6%
There is already a multi-million pound redevelopment taking place, but in the meantime the airport is calling on bidders for the franchise to include four fast trains per hour into central London.
The Cabinet's recent approval of the third runway at Heathrow will not solve London's capacity problems alone. Regional airports need to be able to meet their full potential, and improved rail links are essential to achieving that.
The DfT has recognised that in the East Midlands rail franchise and we hope the bidding rail companies will seize this once-in-a-decade opportunity to improve rail services for passengers and help ease the UK's capacity crunch.
London Luton Airport carried 15.8 million passengers in 2017, an increase of 8.6% since 2016.
9,400 people are employed in connection with the airport.
House of Fraser's flagship Oxford Street store in London is among the list of 31 UK outlets that are set to close.Read the full story ›
There are fresh fears for the future of Northampton high street with Marks and Spencer set to close and businesses claiming they're losing trade to a new out-of-town shopping centre.
The multi-million pound Rushden Lakes site opened last July and bosses insist it gives people more reason to visit the entire area.
But some of Northampton's independent stores say the town centre needs more investment to help them make ends meet.
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Norfolk-based car maker Lotus has announced that Jean-Marc Gales, its Chief Executive Officer, is standing down.
He's being replaced by Feng Qingfeng from the car firm's parent company Geely Auto Group.
Jean-Marc Gales, who the company says is leaving "for personal reasons", will become Chief Strategic Advisor to the Lotus Chairman, Daniel Donghui LI.
Geely acquired a majority holding in Lotus, which is based at Hethel near Norwich, last year. The company also owns Volvo Cars, Proton and the London Electric Vehicle Company.
Businesses in Northampton are concerned that the high street is suffering after the opening of a new shopping centre at Rushden Lakes.Read the full story ›
There is opposition to a new traffic scheme in Chelmsford aimed at beating congestion at a notorious junction in city which some claim will just push the jams onto surrounding streets.
Essex County Council wants to ban cars from a stretch of road heading into the city at busy times. However businesses have told ITV News Anglia that they are concerned this will rob them of trade.
The county council wants to install enforcement cameras on Baddow Road to stop cars travelling towards the Army and Navy roundabout from Meadgate Avenue at peak times. They say the scheme is vital
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