Doubts have been cast over the future of two key routes from Norwich airport, after they were omitted from an airline’s winter schedule.
The former owners of Bernard Matthews have hit back at suggestions they profited at the expense of pensioners, claiming that reluctant customers scuppered a better deal to save the turkey producer.
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.
Businesses are being urged to use two upcoming Norfolk events to tap into the growing power of sport as a networking tool.
Workers at Bernard Matthews “feel betrayed and let down” after confirmation that 128 jobs are to be lost, a union has claimed.
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A vocational training provider has been praised by inspectors for the support it offers to its disadvantaged students and its connections with employers.
An articulated lorry from haulage firm Jack Richards & Son helped youngsters from Toftwood learn the important message of staying safe near large vehicles.
Businesses across Norfolk and Suffolk are among those poised to lose out on £4.67m after a potato supplier went under.
A fourth generation family butcher will be offering its meats at a historic abbey on the North Norfolk coast.
An increase in the amount of National Insurance paid by self-employed workers has been greeted with anger by many – with accusations the government has gone back on a manifesto pledge.
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.
A poultry apprentice with Poultec in Mattishall said it was “wonderful” to be awarded Best Poultry Industry Student at an award ceremony in London.
Travel company Premier Travel is helping support social care in its community after forging a new partnership with a care provider.
Public speaking expert Colin McLean of Presentation Works will be the guest speaker at the next 360 Ladies that Lunch networking group on March 9 in Dereham.
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.
Food selfies have become a social media phenomenon in recent years.
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.
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.
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.
A public inquiry begins today over a controversial planning application which could see a village near Fakenham doubled in size.
Unwanted telephone calls, unsolicited gifts and damage to property are just some of the signs of stalking that police are trying to make people aware of during National Stalking Awareness Week.
Fakenham is to host its fifth annual charity football match and fun day, with all profits going toward a mental health and child bereavement charity.
A man who was wanted in connection with an alleged domestic-related assault has been arrested.
When you think of a Carnival most people will think of the parade and Dereham’s Carnival team want their parade this year to be bigger, louder and better than ever.
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