September 30 2014 Latest news:
Norfolk Broads holiday operator Herbert Woods is targeting the growing market for large family groups with a new style of holiday boat.
Farming life of yesteryear was brought back into focus today, at the annual Michaelmas Trosh, held at Breck’s Farm, Skeyton.
As Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft prepare for the 50th anniversary of the discovery of southern North Sea gas, a dramatic new energy jobs boom is being fuelled by the enterprise zone covering both towns. Stephen Pullinger reports.
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’.
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.
It was their big moment in the limelight after a decade of growing quietly and largely relying on word of mouth for new business.
Innovative businesses in Norwich have dismissed claims the city has better superfast broadband coverage than both London and Birmingham, as they continue to struggle working with slow speeds.
Norfolk’s growing role as an energy industry hot-spot has been underscored by fresh contract wins by firms at either side of the county.
Joined-up thinking between companies on an edge-of-city business estate has led to faster access to the internet.
Fiona Temple is one of the people behind Inspired Women East – an event being held at Dunston Hall next month with the aim of linking female professionals with young women in education, to share journeys and inspire ambition.