Norfolk business news

A general view at the border between Scotland and England just north of Berwick-upon-Tweed.

Norwich-based Aviva joins other big businesses in warning of Yes vote consequences

The cost of borrowing to fund public spending on schools, hospitals and roads would go up in an independent Scotland, the head of a leading insurer has said.

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Albert Jones: Businesses would close

Great Yarmouth MP listens to holiday shake-up fears

Norfolk MP Brandon Lewis today listened to tourism leaders’ concerns about legislation that could lead to a shorter schools’ summer holiday - and pledged to pass on their points to fellow ministers.

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Official Opening of Trinity House, Lowestoft. Heidi Mottram, Chief Executive of Essex & Suffolk Water. Officially opens the new building.
Chris Starkie, Heidi Mottram,Philip Bodie and Alex MacKay.

New £4m Essex & Suffolk Water customer centre officially opened in Lowestoft

A new £4m customer centre for Essex & Suffolk has been officially opened in Lowestoft today.

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Greggs: revamp programme bears dividends

Customers warm to changes at Greggs

Pasty and sausage roll maker Greggs said its profits will beat expectations after customers warmed to its new products and refurbished shops.

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The King's Lynn branch of Phones 4U, with the shutters down today. Picture: Chris Bishop

Update: Note pinned on door from “heartbroken team” spells out story of Phones 4u shop closures

Phones 4u is to go into administration - placing more than 5,500 jobs at risk - after network operator EE joined Vodafone in cutting ties with the retailer.

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