Norfolk business news

Film premier of Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa at Hollywood Cinema, Anglia Square, Norwich. Photo: Steve Adams

Hollywood Cinema commits future to Norwich

A Norwich shopping district has been handed a pre-Christmas boost after an independent cinema committed its future to the area.

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Precision Refrigeration's base in Thetford. Picture submitted

Thetford manufacturer to create 20 new jobs

A Thetford-based refrigerator manufacturer has embarked on a recruitment drive after rolling out plans to expand the business.

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File photo dated 15/07/09 of a sign at a job centre as job vacancies are increasing and advertised salaries growing amid fresh evidence of a recovering labour market, according to a new report. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Tuesday July 29, 2014. Jobs site Adzuna said advertised pay rates increased by 1.7% between May and June, more than double the rate between April and May, with graduate jobs seeing the biggest rise. The number of vacancies jumped by a fifth to almost 840,000 in the past year, the study found. See PA story INDUSTRY Vacancies. Photo credit should read: Danny Lawson/PA Wire

Slowdown in the fall of the jobless rate

Unemployment in Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire fell again in the last month, though the overall regional figure for the last three months rose slightly, new figures have revealed.

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File photo dated 16/09/14 of the entrance to a Jobcentre Plus in London, as unemployment fell by 63,000 between August and October, to 1.96 million, official figures showed today. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Wednesday December 17, 2014. See PA story INDUSTRY Unemployment. Photo credit should read: Philip Toscano/PA Wire

Unemployment in East Anglia rises by 1,000

Unemployment in East Anglia increased by 1,000 in the three months to October, official figures have revealed.

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Jean Marc Gales, Lotus chief executive. Picture submitted

Jean-Marc Gales reveals bold future for Group Lotus

The boss of Group Lotus has unveiled bold plans to steer the sports car manufacturer back to profitability within the next three years.

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