Mark Shields

A Norfolk company leading the way in sports education has scored a deal with a US group to get American youngsters using football to improve their health.

A steakhouse chain established in west Norfolk has now opened a restaurant in Peterborough – its seventh and largest restaurant so far.

Growing veterinary group CVS has snapped up another chain of practices in the south-west.

Coastal regeneration will be on the agenda as development sites across Norfolk and Suffolk are showcased for potential investors at a national housing conference this week.

Cash-strapped households felt the squeeze again last month as inflation rebounded with rising clothing and fuel prices racing ahead of wage growth.

“I’ve been reading about bonds and gilts but am confused about what they are and how safe they would be.”

These are James Walker’s top tips for keeping down those back-to-school costs – but we want to hear yours.

Norfolk Community Foundation’s new chairman Henry Cator says he wants to help small group and charities across the county “who might otherwise slip through the net”.

The search is on for Norfolk and Suffolk’s brightest and boldest companies to join the new class of Future50. Could your firm be among them? Mark Shields reports.

A contract catering company has declared its appetite for growth after seeing the strongest start to a year in its 20-year history.

Given my recent columns on talking and listening, it seems to me it’s worth pursuing the theme of our human senses. So now I’m taking a look - at ‘looking’.

A small-business expert from Facebook is the latest speaker to be added to the line-up for Norfolk Chamber’s annual Talking Technology event.

A surge in millennials choosing to explore the UK on holiday has been pinpointed as the driver behind a seventh consecutive record summer for Lowestoft-based Hoseasons.

The builders of what could be the world’s biggest wind farm have handed a contract to Lowestoft’s Centre for Environment Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (Cefas).

State-of-the-art simulators will help train the heavy plant operators of the future after a £1.2m investment at a west Norfolk centre.

I really want to make sure that my investments are with companies that are green and not in industries such as tobacco or weapons. What can you recommend?

The work of a Future50 tech company which connects prisoners and their families has been endorsed by academics, who found it helps to cut reoffending and strengthens relationships.

Haulage and transport firms across East Anglia could be in line for a share of millions of pounds of compensation because of a landmark European ruling.

Scaling up is a challenge, but calling in help from those who have been there and done it can ease the way, as one Future50 firm told Mark Shields.

A growing Norfolk insurance broker has expanded into new offices – a move which will free up capacity for it to create 220 new jobs over the next 18 months.

In two years’ time, it will all be over.

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