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A Norfolk brewery which closed its city site more than 50 years ago has unveiled plans for a new Norfolk base - on land still owned by its founding family.

Shoe brand Dr Martens has seen a boost in sales and profit as the iconic footwear company saw increased performance in Europe.

Department store Debenhams could shut a third of its 166 UK stores according to new reports.

Ryanair has reported a dip in half year profits after the airline was stung by higher fuel costs and compensation payouts linked to flight delays and cancellations.

Film studios which helped bring blockbusters from the Avengers and Star Wars series to life have shared their expertise and career tips with East Anglian students.

Norfolk and Waveney have lost around 50 bank and building society branches in the past four years, figures have revealed.

What do bank clerks, supermarket check out staff and accountants all have in common? They’re all job roles that are gradually diminishing, thanks to advances in automation and AI technology.

Our reader wants to know if taking a lump sum from her pension to invest in a rental property makes good tax sense. Carl Lamb of Almary Green responds.

The bosses of a pharmaceutical company which has been growing cannabis legally in Norfolk since 2016 for the international medicinal market are now hopeful of being able to offer their cannabis-derived medicine on prescription in the UK.

The most popular companies to work for in Britain have been revealed - including one with a Norwich link.

Taxi users in Great Yarmouth could be paying more for journeys after the first price hike in five years was put forward.

Intu, the owner of the Chapelfield shopping centre, has been made a higher offer in an attempted takeover of the group by three property investors.

In a week of highs and lows for the retail world, Norfolk has weathered the storm with some positive stories coming out of the county’s business community.

Norfolk jobseekers looking to impress future employers will be able to find an interview-ready outfit for as little as £10 thanks to a new campaign.

None of like to talk about it - but making preparations for your finances after death is essential, writes Martin Lewis of Moneysavingexpert.com.

A new £19m pot has been unveiled for projects which will boost skills and productivity across Norfolk and Suffolk.

Saving for a prolonged period of travel is essential, says our financial columnist Peter Sharkey. And now might just be the best time to go.

Insurance firm Aviva has offered reassurance that setting up an Irish subsidiary will not impact on jobs or customers in the UK.

Two experienced business coaches have launched a free-to-attend mentoring group for start-ups.

Norfolk has outstripped its county neighbours for digital start-ups in the past five years, according to new figures.

Two new partners have been appointed at regional accountants Lovewell Blake.

The owner of the building whose alarm rang for five days in Lowestoft has apologised for the irritation - but blamed his former tenants for the disruption.

Suffolk-based St Peter’s Brewery has signed a deal to supply beer to one of the country’s best-known pie-makers.

Norfolk and Suffolk’s biggest development opportunities are being presented to global investors at an international event this week.

A 200-strong delegation from the East of England’s energy industry will head to Westminster this month to reinforce to politicians the region’s importance to the sector and the UK economy.

A decision on the proposed design for the £2.7m redevelopment of Great Yarmouth’s historic town market has been delayed.

The finalists for the Norfolk Business Awards 2018 have been revealed - take a look at the full list here.

Introducing the finalists in the Environment and Sustainability category of the Norfolk Business Awards 2018, sponsored by Lovell – and what our judges thought of them.

Introducing the finalists in the Large Business category of the Norfolk Business Awards 2018, sponsored by City College Norwich – and what our judges thought of them.

Introducing the finalists in the Skills of Tomorrow category of the Norfolk Business Awards 2018, sponsored by Lotus – and what our judges thought of them.

Introducing the finalists in the Small Business category of the Norfolk Business Awards 2018, sponsored by Cozens-Hardy – and what our judges thought of them.

Introducing the finalists in the Tech Innovator category of the Norfolk Business Awards 2018, sponsored by Computer Service Centre – and what our judges thought of them.

Introducing the finalists in the Knowledge Pioneer category of the Norfolk Business Awards 2018, sponsored by UEA – and what our judges thought of them.

Introducing the finalists in the Investing in Future Growth category of the Norfolk Business Awards 2018, sponsored by JDC Corporate Finance – and what our judges thought of them.

Introducing the finalists in the Director of the Year category of the Norfolk Business Awards 2018, sponsored by Dipples – and what our judges thought of them.

Introducing the finalists in the Breaking Boundaries category of the Norfolk Business Awards 2018, sponsored by Lovewell Blake – and what our judges thought of them.

Introducing the finalists in the Customer Care category of the Norfolk Business Awards 2018, sponsored by Greater Anglia - and what our judges thought of them.

Introducing the finalists in the Best Employer category of the Norfolk Business Awards 2018, sponsored by Pure and Birketts – and what our judges thought of them.

Energy firm Vattenfall have invited the public to give their views on the impact of one of the world’s largest wind farms, to be built off the north Norfolk coast.

The chairman of one of Norfolk’s oldest companies has hailed a “solid year” of growth, but warned that pressures will weigh on its retail division.

Norfolk’s biggest companies have seen growth in turnover, staffing and investment in the past year - but profitability has not kept pace.

A large-scale investigation has been launched into an Ipswich-based financial company

East Anglian builders merchant Ridgeons has been bought in a multi-million pound deal.

Jason Butler of NW Brown examines the recent softening of global markets.

Norwich could be among the pioneers of a new smart city network which allows the instant monitoring of everything from elderly care to air pollution, an international conference in the city was told.

A trailblazing Norfolk firm is set to build a new state-of-the-art pilot boat for ABP Lowestoft.

Looking for extra cash this Christmas? How about taking on a Christmas job?

Jewellery and accessory store Claire’s is considering closing a number of stores, it has been revealed.

Sometimes life can throw up unexpected obstacles, and families with poorly children will know all too well the struggles many can face.

Businesses have been given an extension to enter the awards for the largest celebration of business in the Great Yarmouth borough.

Insurance giant Aviva has introduced a car-share scheme in a bid to improve Norwich’s air quality and save staff money.

American fast food chain Taco Bell is launching in Great Yarmouth and now its location has been revealed.

Clothing brand Superdry has warned that its full year performance will be impacted by the warm weather this summer, as well as additional foreign exchange costs.

Two university students from Norwich have delivered first aid training for a major car maker after setting up their own business.

Norfolk and Suffolk are renowned for their local food producers the recent Local Flavours event was a chance for Ed Savory, head of food sector at law firm Birketts, to get a taste.

James Walker of Resolver on what to do when your boiler breaks down.

Carl Lamb of Almary Green answers our reader’s financial, savings and investment queries.

An electrical store has been forced to shut its doors after 65 years of trading due to “tough economic conditions”.

The East Anglia ONE wind farm off the coast of Lowestoft is beginning to take shape. Business writer Bethany Whymark and visual specialist Antony Kelly went out to sea to see the progress.

The East of England Energy Group will sign a memorandum of understanding (MOU) for cooperation in Amsterdam later this month with three other energy organisations.

Norwich marketing agency OneAgency has chosen SERV Norfolk Blood Bikes as the first charity it will support with expertise and fundraising.

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