Training providers have been put on alert to ensure young people can take advantage of the jobs being created in the renewable energy industry over the next generation.
A piece of Great Yarmouth’s aviation history which has been out of use for two years has been put up for sale.
Virtual-reality videos give potential recruits an engineer’s-eye view of work for BT Openreach.
Businesses with ideas to help the growing renewable energy industry in East Anglia are being invited to a new roadshow offering grant funding and support.
ABP East Anglia showcased a range of career opportunities to almost 2,000 young people at Suffolk New College’s Your Career event.
More than 100 teenagers from Norfolk and Suffolk will experience what it is like to work in the oil and gas industry this week.
Energy supply chain businesses will be able to discuss the future of the industry and government support with three coastal East of England MPs at a special event.
An offshore company has set up a cylinder pressure testing centre in Great Yarmouth to expand the scope of its services.
An energy sector supply chain firm has won a multi-million dollar contract for work in Asia.
An energy industry leader has welcomed government plans to explore options to maximise oil and gas recovery in the North Sea.
Thousands of teenagers have a fresh insight into the variety of jobs and training on offer in Norfolk after a major careers festival.
Less than two months after taking on their beloved local pub a Gorleston couple are preparing to turn their backs on their dream and give back the keys.
An industry body helping to develop East Anglia’s offshore energy sector has said an “invisible barrier” is stopping women taking roles after one company’s recruitment drive saw no females in 1,500 applications.
A fertiliser manufacturer – which has traded in the region for more than two centuries – has been bought by an agri-services group.
A holiday park operator has been bought by a Canadian business in a £1.35bn deal.
A start-up company has been presented an award by former Dragon’s Den personality Theo Paphitis.
A teacher who set up her own music lessons business for young children in the Great Yarmouth area is looking to franchise out her company model.
A challenge has been issued to East Anglia’s energy sectors to collaborate for mutual benefit as the industry aims to use the remaining resources in the Southern North Sea.
A Great Yarmouth company has secured a contract to build 56 turbine towers for the £1.5bn Galloper offshore wind farm – bringing 40 new jobs to the port.
A specialist provider of products and services to the global energy industry based in Great Yarmouth has announced its chairman of its board of directors.
Collaboration between sectors and technologies – as well as a supportive government strategy – was called for by energy leaders at industry leading conference.
The future prospects for East Anglia’s energy industry will rely on forging links with academic institutions and teaching the right skills to the next generation.
Construction company Bateman Groundworks has won two new contracts worth more than £5m.
East Anglia’s expertise in renewable power could be harnessed to drive green energy growth in the United States – thanks to a firm operating on both sides of the Atlantic.
A skip with a difference is hitting the streets of Great Yarmouth this week to celebrate World Book Day.
A Norfolk farm shop has reassured its customers that it is still open for business after a tree fell into a neighbouring building during Thursday’s high winds.
Gas operators must find ways of working with the offshore wind energy industry and exploit remaining gas reserves in the Southern North Sea (SNS) for a prosperous future.
An offshore support firm has enabled technicians to stay out at sea for longer – by developing specialised fenders.
Businesses across Great Yarmouth are being sent out a new document outlining the work and support the borough council’s economic development provides.
Pioneering cost-cutting technology for the pipeline industry is being hatched by a Norfolk company drawing on half a century of experience in the specialist sector.
Police are investigating following the sudden death of a man in a Great Yarmouth hotel.
Three teenagers are to appear in youth court later this month, after allegedly breaking into academy grounds after school hours.
Police are appealing for help to trace a man who is wanted in Norwich.
A 10-year-old boy was hit in the head by a stranger in Gorleston.
A pensioner who runs a takeaway in Great Yarmouth has described a break-in over the weekend as “gut-wrenching”.
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