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Business secretary Greg Clark has responded to our plea for an explanation of what he is doing to help more than 1,150 people in Norfolk whose jobs are on the line - but failed to fully answer the questions we posed.

Inflation unexpectedly paused last month, as rising food prices were countered by a drop in fuel costs.

An ongoing social media campaign to persuade the government to release funds for a third crossing for Great Yarmouth has been hailed a success.

The long-awaited demolition of a Lowestoft car park will soon begin, however plans for the site’s future are still unknown.

Video: Third river crossing campaign launched

Thursday, November 9, 2017

A concerted effort is to be orchestrated tomorrow to try and make sure funding is secured for a third crossing for Great Yarmouth.

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Preliminary planning permission has been granted to build up to 200 homes in Hopton.

Young people in Norwich will have the chance to win a “golden ticket” granting them a job in the music industry as part of a new apprentice scheme funded by the Brit Awards.

Plans for the £16m redevelopment of a world leading marine science agency have been unanimously approved, securing 500 jobs in the process.

An ambitious vision to create 88,000 jobs, boost the Norfolk and Suffolk’s economy by £17.5bn and encourage 30,000 new businesses has been unveiled.

Workers in coastal communities in the east are among those receiving on average the lowest salaries in Britain, a newly-published report has revealed.

A threatened strike by conductor/guards on some Greater Anglia trains should not affect services, the company has insisted.

A leisure airline is set to create more than 170 new jobs at Stansted Airport.

Construction will begin this week on a long-awaited road for Beccles, which will remove heavy traffic and enhance the local economy.

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The operator of a petrol station in Gorleston has applied to keep the site open for 24 hours to sell fuel and food.

Calls for a £120m third river crossing for Great Yarmouth have been supported by the town’s MP Brandon Lewis.

Business, council and public sector leaders have set out reasons why Great Yarmouth deserves a third bridge.

East Coast Community Healthcare CIC is an expanding social enterprise, providing community based NHS and social care in Norfolk and Suffolk.

We want a third river crossing for Great Yarmouth.

The UK economy maintained its sluggish start to the year, despite growth accelerating in the second quarter thanks to a rebound from the services sector.

A number of nationally renowned retailers have confirmed they will be coming to a new multi-million pound development in south Lowestoft.

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Castle Mall has been a staple of the Norwich city centre for nearly 25 years and now has a new boss, new plan and, soon, a new look.

Suffolk pubs and brewing firm Greene King is celebrating record sales after successfully integrating Spirit Pub Company into the business.

A £32m Lowestoft flood defence project is a step closer to reality following the confirmation of £10m funding.

A once in a lifetime proposal to bolster sea defences at Bacton Gas Terminal and nearby villages, Bacton and Walcott, is set to be discussed at North Norfolk District Council’s (NNDC) next cabinet meeting.

Wisbech and Lowestoft have been named among the top 10 towns in England and Wales for bucking the trend with a rise in house sales.

A new free support scheme to help long term unemployed people across Norfolk to find a job has been launched.

Looking for a new career direction? Are you empathetic and caring? If so, then adult social care could be the just the job.

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