July 29 2014 Latest news:
Struggling supermarket Morrisons has appointed Tesco veteran Andrew Higginson its next chairman as under-pressure chief executive Dalton Philips battles sliding sales.
Reserve warden John Blackburn gazes over the rippling water which has attracted two little egrets with satisfaction.
The Broads and other national parks in England will be protected from fracking unless there are “exceptional circumstances,” ministers announced today.
Language constantly evolves and that’s related to how society itself develops. If there is one word that links these two strands it’s ‘sustainability’.
Watton-based pork producer Cranswick, which provides sausages and bacon for the major supermarkets and Weight Watchers, said sales in the first quarter of the year to July 27 were 5pc ahead year-on-year due to efficiencies and increased capacity.
All businesses have one thing in common – people.
Ministers are being urged to act now to open the energy market to community groups – to make it easier for councils, businesses, and community groups to supply power to customers locally.
Norwich-based Thirtyone Fundraising has said it has helped its client Greenpeace reach the £1m mark for its Save the Arctic campaign.
The boss of Norwich-based Creative Sponge said its diversification strategy has paid dividends in the past 12 months as the firm looks at 25pc top line growth.
Going green maybe more of an aspiration than a reality for many local firms. But Ben Woods has met one organisation that is helping companies – both large and small – to reach for a low carbon future.