Norfolk business news

Royal Bank of Scotland . Photo credit: Philip Toscano/PA Wire

RBS reduces bad loans provision

Stronger economic conditions are boosting the recovery at Royal Bank of Scotland after it cut the amount of money it is setting aside to cover bad loans.

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Herbert Woods boatyard in Potter Heigham building its new style cruiser called Dazzling Light.
Partner Michael Whitaker.

Picture: James Bass

Potter Heigham-based Herbert Woods targets families with new £200,000-plus cruiser

Norfolk Broads holiday operator Herbert Woods is targeting the growing market for large family groups with a new style of holiday boat.

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Alan Wright with his Shower Power Booster invention that was rejected by Dargon's Den. Photo: Steve Adams

Dragons’ Den failure has not held back Norwich entrepreneur

The words ‘I’m out’ too often spell the end for an invention before it has even left the drawing board.

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Laurence Vaughan, executive chairman Anglian Group

Norwich-based Anglian declines to comment on stock market listing speculation

EDP Top100 firm Anglian Home Improvements has declined to comment on reports that it is looking to return to the London Stock Exchange over a decade after it was taken private.

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JTL electrical apprentices. Picture submitted

JTL aids Norfolk apprentices with £100,000 centre

A charity hopes to safeguard the future of 35 apprentices by launching a new training centre on the outskirts of Norwich.

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