Pub group Greene King said it suffered tougher trading in the second half of its financial year, despite record sales at Easter and Valentine’s Day.
Manufacturing growth posted a surprise slowdown to its weakest pace for seven months in April in a blow to George Osborne just six days before the General Election.
Labour has outlined far-reaching plans to ban “exploitative” zero-hour contracts if they are elected to govern, but Norfolk business leaders remain sceptical about the move. Ben Woods reports.
Membership of the EU is back in the election wrestling ring 40 years after we voted to join. JESS STAUFENBERG speaks to businesses in Norfolk about the world’s biggest trading bloc.
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The potential benefits of farmland pond restoration – and any pitfalls preventing conservation work – will be discussed at a practical workshop later this month.
More than 170 students got a hands-on taste of working in the offshore energy sector when they took part in a week-long work experience.
It took 10 years of asking, three years of talking, and months of planning – and now it’s time to make sure you get the most from Europe’s biggest free festival in Norwich.