British brewer Marston’s, with five pubs across Norfolk, has announced a merger with Carlsberg in a £780 million joint venture.
The boss of one of Norfolk’s oldest tourist attractions has revealed a new ride bought for summer 2020 remains unbuilt because of coronavirus.
Pub chain Wetherspoons, with venues across Norfolk, is to invest £11 million in new safety measures in its pubs.
Tourist attractions across Norfolk are preparing for a July 4 reopening – but are calling for more guidance from the government.
Bakery chain Greggs, with shops across Norfolk, has gone back on plans to re-open over fears of attracting too many crowds.
Retailers B&Q and Homebase have re-opened a raft of stores across Norfolk after closing their doors in the face of coronavirus.
The first ever flamingo chick to be born at Norfolk’s Pensthorpe Natural Park survived the winter and staff have revealed its gender.
Rishi Sunak gave a video Q and A on social media after queries from bosses on Twitter.
Bosses of a chocolate firm in Norfolk which produces more than 30 million Easter eggs a year are donating surplus stocks to NHS workers.
The owners of Norfolk’s Pensthorpe Natural Park have taken the difficult decision to close because of coronavirus.
If getting beer delivered isn’t enough to cheer you up in self-isolation, how about the fact it’s by a former TV star?
A value retailer with stores across Norfolk is opening earlier for older and less able customers during the coronavirus outbreak.
Nearly 3,000 people could lose their jobs at mobile phone retailer Carphone Warehouse, which has nine stand-alone stores across Norfolk.
Organisers of the Pensthorpe Bird and Wildlife Fair in Norfolk have cancelled the event in May because of the threat of coronavirus.
Holiday agents are reporting a ‘surge’ in bookings across East Anglia by as much as 30% as people opt to take a holiday closer to home because of coronavirus.
A cafe in Fakenham renowned for its home-made cakes is for sale after its owner decided to take a step back from the business.
The region’s top tourism firms have celebrated their industry at the annual Norfolk and Suffolk Tourism Awards.
Sales for the tile retailer, with seven outlets in Norfolk, have continued to plummet as homeowners tighten their DIY purse-strings.
A Grade II listed character building used as a successful florist for 12 years is up for rent.
A major Norfolk job training centre with 170 staff under threat of closure looks set to be taken over by a local college.
The owner of a 10-bedroom guesthouse in north Norfolk has said she and her husband are selling up.
A singleton crane has a new shot at romance for Valentine’s day – thanks to the work of Pensthorpe Natural Park, near Fakenham.
A restaurant has closed just months after an official ribbon-cutting ceremony by the mayor of West Norfolk.
The owner of a 10-bedroom guesthouse in north Norfolk has said she and her husband are selling up because they can’t compete with the likes of Airbnb.
A former Salvation Army hut, once used to give refreshments to those in need, is coming under the hammer at auction.
A Tudor mansion fetched one of the highest prices paid for a house – but what was the most expensive?
It has to be the cheapest property on the market. For just £100 you can buy lot 25 at a Norwich auction – and it’s not a misprint nor a mistake.
A shop and luxury two-bedroom apartment situated in a historic building in the high street of Little Walsingham, famous for its religious pilgrimage, is for sale for £450,000.
A Grade II listed barn converted into a hotel with a permanent wedding marquee set in 2.7 acres of landscaped gardens is for sale for offers in the region of £2.25m.
The bosses of several small businesses have told how they have lost tens of thousands of pounds after a Norfolk van firm went bust.