Nottingham Building Society has secured the future of 50 jobs by announcing it is to open seven branches in towns where its rival Norwich and Peterborough Building Society (N&P) is withdrawing.
WH Smith has plans to open a shop in Dereham.
Norfolk’s countryside is now home to more so-called ‘mega-farms’ than anywhere else in the country thanks to a boom in intensive poultry production, we can reveal today.
Despite rearing free-range turkeys for nearly 50 years there was a first for Godwick Turkeys at this year’s Royal Norfolk Show.
A new crop nutrition company has celebrated the official opening of its factory with hundreds of invited guests.
The £11m sale of an “extensive and outstanding” Norfolk farm is a rare opportunity which could attract international interest, said property agents.
New life is being breathed into the former Job Centre on Dereham’s High Street as new head office for a healthcare provider, potentially bringing jobs to the town.
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.
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.
Fakenham town centre is set to be packed out with 150 Harley Davidson motorcycles on Saturday morning.
Police could have missed the opportunity to catch ram raiders red handed after failing to take immediate action after being called by a witness who saw the criminals at work.
The Holkham Estate has responded to criticism about the lack of disabled access at Sunday’s Tom Jones concert by saying that a designated viewing platform was available, as well as toilet facilities.
Ram-raiders have struck in north Norfolk for the second time in a week.
A woman who visited the British Sugar plant in west Norfolk says she has doubts over whether the mysterious smell that swept the county last month could have originated there.
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