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Wednesday, July 10, 2019

A company boss is driving extra trade to his tourism venue after unveiling a new free shuttle bus service.

From long hours and abuse to dietary demands and the cost of butter - café and restaurants owners across Norfolk have shed light on challenges of life in the kitchen.

Iceland has issued a recall of chicken dippers after it became alerted to the possible presence of plastic.

Britvic PLC is recalling some bottles of Robinsons Fruit Shoot due to a choking risk.

A scam warning has been issued by Norfolk Trading Standards after reports of cold calls delivering a recorded message claiming to be from Ofcom.

One of Norfolk's oldest village shops, which was once famed for being embroiled in a murderous past, has closed its doors for the final time.

A north Norfolk store has reopened its doors following a major £250,000 makeover to include a state-of-the art feeding and baby changing area.

House prices have highlighted a stark divide in wealth along the Norfolk coast, with one end home to the most expensive homes in the county - and the other to the cheapest.

People living in Norfolk have been warned about a council tax scam offering them a refund.

The boss of a Norfolk hair salon with celebrity clients was set to appear on the dating show Love Island - until she found love herself.

A new £18.75m education centre will be built at Gresham's School in Holt thanks to a donation by Sir James Dyson, it was announced today. In an exclusive interview, the billionaire inventor spoke to STUART ANDERSON about how his Norfolk upbringing shaped the person he is today, and the need to inspire the next generation.

Fashion stores across Norfolk have been saved after landlords agreed to axe rents for the brand.

Businesses and artists based at a former Second World War airbase are facing an uncertain future amid plans to sell off their workspaces.

One of the oldest houses in Burnham Market which is believed to have been a look-out for smugglers in the 18th century has just gone up for sale.

A restaurant business renowned for its steak and kidney pie is up for sale for £49,995 with the owners saying they need a 'change in the pace of life."

A new coffee lounge aimed at providing a "high-end" experience for its customters is soon set to be officially opened in Dereham.

A former department store which closed its doors in Dereham last year could be given a new lease of life, if plans to transform the vacant site into a gym go ahead.

A Greene King pub in Dereham is offering someone the chance to spend their summer travelling around the UK to test different events.

The news that one of Dereham's oldest shops is set to shut its doors when the owner retires has sparked sadness in the town.

Plans for a new indoor swimming pool in Swaffham have been approved by Breckland Council.

An office supply shop which has been based in Dereham for more than 40 years is set to close permanently.

A former rectory built in the Georgian style situated in more than three acres and with a secret garden has just gone on the market.

A new community hub which will bring together the work of several Dereham groups has now been opened.

A new multi-million pound development on a disused village site is set to bring new jobs to the area.

The team behind a £5 million revamp of the Wells Maltings are jubilant after winning a prestigious construction award.

Billions of pounds are being invested and thousands of highly skilled jobs are being created in our region through the burgeoning offshore energy industry. But would employment and business in Norfolk and Waveney really be boosted, or would overseas companies and workers be the real winners? DANIEL BENNETT reports...

'I wouldn't take my kids to a nature reserve' - those hollow words once spoken to this couple have driven them to make a success out of Pensthorpe Natural Park, near Fakenham, to prove the doubters wrong.

People looking to run a holiday let business could be enticed by this 18th century home built by a High Sheriff of Norfolk - but its name is not correct.

The owners of an award-winning Norfolk pub have said they are "shocked" and "absolutely thrilled" to have made it to the finals of a national competition.

He started from scratch but now Max Sowerby is celebrating a quarter of a century of selling homes by opening another branch as well as expanding his Norwich base.

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