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Energy experts have warned the region could lose out on future investment after the government announced it was consulting on plans to cut solar subsidies.
Higher breakfast sales and a bigger range of healthier products helped Greggs grow underlying profits by 51pc in the first half of the year.
High-street banks were once an essential part of everyday life, used for paying in cheques, withdrawing cash and paying bills.
Figures show 62pc of all gay people who graduate from university go back into the closet in their first job.
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Norfolk’s MPs are being invited to “get their wellies on” and meet farmers, landowners and rural business owners during the remainder of the summer parliamentary recess.
A warehouse on an industrial site in Mile Cross sprang into action as Norwich’s first indoor trampoline park opened for business.