Budget airline easyJet is considering cutting more than 700 pilot jobs and closing its bases in the eastern region.
Center Parcs will reopen its village near Thetford from Monday, July 13 – but not some of its most popular attractions.
Tourism chiefs in Norfolk and Suffolk have given their bleakest view yet of the future of their industry – calling for more government support.
The bosses of two of the region’s zoos say the venues are “finished” if the government delays reopening until August.
Retailer John Lewis has revealed Ipswich will be one of the first locations to reopen among a handful of UK branches.
Retailer John Lewis has revealed Norwich will be one of the first locations to reopen among a handful of UK branches.
Banham Zoo in Norfolk and Africa Alive! in Suffolk have announced a “survival business plan”, cutting almost 70 jobs.
The future of 6,000 workers is uncertain after the owners of Bella Italia, Café Rouge and Las Iguanas confirmed plans to call in the administrators.
A former London banker-turned-hotelier is doubling the number of specially prepared ready meals to be sent to the front line.
East Anglian holiday firm Hoseasons has stated it is dealing with tens of thousands of customers who’ve had holidays cancelled.
The famous case of an alleged Suffolk UFO sighting is the focus of a new film – with a Norfolk drone operator playing the ‘alien’.
A former banker who has just bought an inn in Norfolk is aiming to provide 10,000 free meals for NHS workers fighting coronavirus.
Workers at Holland & Barrett, with shops across the region, have launched a fight to close during coronavirus.
Retailer WH Smith has taken out a £120 million loan to get through the pandemic crisis.
Debenhams is facing administration for the second time in a year.
A former London banker who recently bought a Norfolk hotel has revealed his heartbreak after coronavirus brought his business to a halt.
The region’s top tourism firms have celebrated their industry at the annual Norfolk and Suffolk Tourism Awards.
Bosses of some of the region’s biggest attractions said they were feeling optimistic for the year ahead – despite facing rising costs and pressure to invest more.
The boss of East Anglian holiday firm Hoseasons was viciously bullied at school for being gay. Caroline Culot spoke to Simon Altham about the torment he’s overcome to achieve success.
Bosses have applauded the bold stance taken by Hoseasons chief executive Simon Altham after he said homophobic and racist customers were not welcome on his firm’s holidays.