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A tenfold increase in home deliveries has prompted a Norfolk haulier to instil a stronger customer service ethos in its drivers.

Fresh calls have been made for the incoming government to focus on Norfolk’s infrastructure needs to unlock the county’s economic potential.

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A team of fertiliser industry veterans with 120 years of collective experience has launched a new crop nutrition company in Norfolk.

A fresh drive to promote local businesses in Fakenham has begun following the closure of a voluntary group.

A worker with learning difficulties has described how he was dismissed from Bernard Matthews after 35 years.

Doubts have been cast over the future of two key routes from Norwich airport, after they were omitted from an airline’s winter schedule.

Local residents are being asked to choose between one of three options - fighting to stay put, accepting the eviction notice to move out within six months, or closing immediately.

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Easter is one of the most important dates in the calendar for a chocolatier – and this year millions of treats from Norfolk will be eaten across the country.

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Businesses are being urged to use two upcoming Norfolk events to tap into the growing power of sport as a networking tool.

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Changes to employment and tax law are coming into force today. Will you be affected?

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.

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