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Lexham Insurance in Diss are seeking to recruit people to assist with marketing and events. Photo supplied by Lexham Insurance

Considering a career in marketing and events? Lexham Insurance may have the perfect opportunity for you.

The warning sign at Redgrave. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

A bird cull being carried at a farm at Redgrave has been completed.

Riddlesworth free range chicken farmer Ben Chandler pictured in his free range egg store.

A free range egg producer from Riddlesworth, near Diss, has said he is “incredibly nervous of the future” after being caught up in a 10km surveillance zone set up around the Redgrave poultry farm at the centre of the latest bird flu outbreak.

British Free Range Egg Producers Association (BFREPA) chief executive Robert Gooch.

There were calls for unity among free range egg producers this week as a split emerged over how to tackle the latest bird flu outbreak after it hit Suffolk for the first time.

Culling of poultry at factory in Redgrave.

A cull of 23,000 birds at a poultry farm in Redgrave has begun.

Cllr Penny Carpenter and Daniel Hastings, of Great Yarmouth Borough Council (on the right), with Norfolk Save & Borrow representatives and volunteers
Picture. GYBC

A credit union service point has opened in Great Yarmouth, providing an alternative financial service for residents.

Recruitment. Picture: Denise Bradley

Looking for a new job? Here’s a quick guide to some of the highest paid job opportunities currently being listed on Jobs24 in Norfolk.

BFREPA is urging DEFRA to reconsider the position in England on measures designed to contain a bird flu outbreak in the UK which are hitting free range producers.

A bird flu “postcode lottery” is putting free range egg businesses at risk, sector chiefs have warned.

Stephany Hardingham, centre,  from Alder Tree, with Louise Petterson, left, and Sarah Nunn.

An ice cream maker, a beekeeper and a baker are celebrating after they were crowned county champions in a competition to find East Anglia’s top regional producer as shoppers cast their votes in record numbers.

Aldi is recruiting for over 50 positions for its stores in Norwich, as part of a significant recruitment drive in the area throughout 2017 (Picture: Alan Davies)

Aldi is in “immediate need for a significant number of store staff” and is looking to recruit over 50 positions for its various Norwich outlets.

An exhibition for NNAB at The Forum, Norwich. Photo supplied by NNAB.

The charity that supports some 7,000 people with sight loss in Norfolk is looking for a new Chief Executive Officer, do you have what it takes to fill the role?

The Pasta Foods factory site off Pasteur Road in Great Yarmouth.
October 2015.

Picture: James Bass

A major scheme to knock down a food factory warehouse in Great Yarmouth and build a 68-bed Travelodge hotel, restaurant and drive-through Burger King and Costa Coffee units has been approved.

Free range hens have been brought indoors under the current restrictions.

New bird flu restrictions to be imposed in ‘higher risk areas’, including a large swathe taking in most of the East Anglian coast and estuary areas and an inland section of north Suffolk and south Norfolk, could pose a threat to “a significant number” of free-range poultry producers, farmers’ leaders have warned.

The Pasta Foods factory site off Pasteur Road in Great Yarmouth.
October 2015.

Picture: James Bass

A Great Yarmouth-based company is looking for its next generation of skilled workers.

Clarke Willis MBE, (centre) CEO of Anglia Farmers, checks the local  coverage before the start of the Digital Divide Conference held at Newmarket, watched by MP Matthew Hancock (left) and George Freeman Mid Norfolk MP.

Norfolk and Suffolk still lag behind the national average for ‘superfast’ broadband coverage, but the government is committed to doing “everything we can” to get blanket coverage, campaigners were told today.

MP Steve Barclay (right) at a meeting yesterday in Parliament with the Secretary of State for Local Government Sajid Javid MP and one of two ministers responsible for allocating this money to Local Enterprise Partnerships.

MP Steve Barclay tonight claimed the Government could not have made it clearer that there were millions of pounds of Government cash for Fenland – if the district council goes after it properly.

Alaistaire Brice, owns Havensfield Happy Hens.

An East Anglian free range egg producer fears his business would face “devastation” if it loses its status due to a bird flu ban.

View south along Hall Quay in Great Yarmouth towards the town hall.

Picture: James Bass

More than 1,700 people have attended a successful jobs fayre at Great Yarmouth Town Hall, which was organised by Great Yarmouth Jobcentre Plus, in partnership with Great Yarmouth Borough Council’s Neighbourhoods that Work Project.

Holkham Hall. Photo by Melanie Wellard

A range of vacancies are currently available at Holkham, covering a variety of skills and experience from catering to visitor services.

The Premier Inn planned for the seafront Collado Collins Architects

Ambitious plans to build a £5m Premier Inn hotel, Beefeater restaurant, a cinema and casino on Great Yarmouth’s seafront have been unveiled today.

The Pasta Foods factory site off Pasteur Road in Great Yarmouth.
October 2015.

Picture: James Bass

New business opportunities since the vote to leave the EU have prompted Pasta Foods to plan to grow its workforce.

IC24 111 call centre.

Integrated Care 24 (IC24) is currently looking to hire NHS 111 Pathway Advisors across the region, do you have what it takes to join their team?

Pleasure Beach owner Albert Jones' proposed leisure complex called The Edge on wasteland next to the Pleasure Beach on South Denes.
Casino, Bowling Alley, Cinema, Hotel, Bars and Restaurant.

Picture: James Bass
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Luck could finally be on the side of ambitious plans for a hotel, casino, and leisure development in Great Yarmouth.

Norwich for Jobs marked its fourth anniversary at a breakfast meeting at Holiday Inn Norwich North. Picture: PAUL HARRISON PHOTOGRAPHY.

The region’s employers were urged to keep the pedal to the metal as a campaign to reduce youth unemployment marked its fourth anniversary.

3 Sun working on the Greater Gabbard Wind Farm

An energy company received 1,500 job applications in just three days.

British Steel is recruiting at four metal centres across the UK, including its facility in Brandon. Picture: BRITISH STEEL.

British Steel is searching for new recruits at its Brandon facility as it looks to strengthen its offer to the construction industry.

The aftermath of a major fire which has destroyed the Regent Road superbowl and indoor market in the centre of Great Yarmouth during the height of the summer holiday season.

Picture: James Bass

A four-storey building, including flats, indoor market and leisure facilities, could take shape in the heart of Great Yarmouth’s tourist centre.

Diss Post Office in the Market Place. 
Picture: Angela Sharpe

Plans to shut a busy post office in the market town of Diss have sparked an online petition.

Kelling Heath Holiday park are looking to recruit a range of staff. Photo: Kelling Heath Holiday Park

Two holiday parks in Norfolk are currently looking to add more motivated and dedicated individuals to their teams, could you join one of them?

Local artist, Natasha Day working on a painting. Photo: M Day

Norwich-based artist, Natasha Day, reveals how she uses her love of art to help others with their mental health.

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