Yesterday, 11:40

An articulated lorry from haulage firm Jack Richards & Son helped youngsters from Toftwood learn the important message of staying safe near large vehicles.

A north Norfolk arts charity is set to close just six months after its chief executive quit.

Businesses across Norfolk and Suffolk are among those poised to lose out on £4.67m after a potato supplier went under.

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A north Norfolk brewery is celebrating winning double silver at a prestigious national brewing competition.

Young business brains are poised to take part in a challenge to shape the future of their home town.

Cromer Post Office is set to close while a different stamp is put on a town centre store.

A fourth generation family butcher will be offering its meats at a historic abbey on the North Norfolk coast.

Thousands of teenagers have a fresh insight into the variety of jobs and training on offer in Norfolk after a major careers festival.


Questions have been raised about a “potential conflict of interests” between Bernard Matthews administrator Deloitte and the entrepreneur who snapped up the Turkey giant in a pre-pack administration.

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A move to launch a free wi-fi zone in Sheringham has been delayed after the scheme failed to attract sufficient funds.

A sailing school is looking forward to a record season with many courses nearly full for the summer.

An organisation which works to promote local business in Fakenham and the surrounding area will fold next month unless new volunteers come forward to run it.

Tweets giving out false information from Sanders Coaches - claiming they are on strike - have been reported to Twitter.


A building society revealed it has no plans to sign up to a government scheme to help customers switch their current accounts - despite proposals to close them.


A weekend away to Amsterdam has left one group from Fakenham hundreds of pounds out-of-pocket after they fell victim to a scam on a booking website.


The region’s local enterprise partnership has been awarded an additional £69m from government to improve infrastructure and skills, and support small businesses and innovation.

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Worried customers claim they have been unable to move their current accounts after their building society announced plans to close them.


The name of Norwich and Peterborough Building Society is to disappear from the high street, under plans announced by its owners today.


An award-winning brewery has shut down its operations, with an up-and-coming company taking over its site.


A company which supplied potatoes to the likes of Walkers and Kettle Foods has been put into administration, with the loss of 20 jobs.


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