Norfolk business news

Turtle dove Streptopelia turtur, pair perched on agricultural machinery

Norton Subcourse quarry takes part in pioneering conservation project

A construction materials firm is showing how industry can help wildlife with a pioneering project at its Norfolk quarry.

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The work force leaving the Lotus factory at Hethel after the announcement of job losses. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Government exploring possible help for Norfolk Lotus workers whose jobs are at risk

The government has confirmed it is exploring whether Group Lotus workers at risk of redundancy could be given help to get back into work.

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Mark Pendlington, chairman of the New Anglia LEP

‘Rail investment vital to keep economy on track’

Driving fresh investment into the region’s rail service is “vital” to Norfolk and Suffolk’s economic future, business leaders have warned

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PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Photo: Philip Toscano/PA Wire

Claimant count falls by 8,000 in boost for region’s employment

East Anglia’s employment picture has been handed a further boost as the number of people claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance fell by more than 8,000 across parts of the region.

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Kevin Keable(centre), MD of Oilennium, and some of his team(l to r) Jonathan Harvey, special projects manager, Nick Williams, IT manager, Sam O'Hara, general manger, Ian Smith, production manager and Fran Heathorn, creative team manager, at their Loddon HQ where they have developed a niche in providing courses for oil and gas industry - using imagery of computer game quality.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Oilennium’s success story in Loddon doubles jobs in two years

Kevin Keable has experienced the hands-on, dirty side of the oil industry, working on platforms right around the world and living in such far-flung places as Norway, Bangkok, Singapore and Australia.

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