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Diss Post Office in the Market Place. 
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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.

Jobcentre Plus on Pottergate, Kiln House, Norwich

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Nationally unemployment has plunged to its lowest total for more than a decade, but the number of people in work has also fallen.

Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May delivers a speech on leaving the European Union at Lancaster House in London.

A business leader said he was “underwhelmed” by prime minister Theresa May’s much-anticipated speech on Brexit today.

MP Steve Barclay in Wisbech on Friday to address 2020 update conference

In a series of articles beginning today we will be examining astonishing claims made by MP Steve Barclay about the Greater Cambridge and Peterborough Enterprise Board (LEP). What was meant to be a vehicle for growth and opportunity is working, says the MP, but for almost everyone except those in Fenland.

Norwich-based film director Matthew Stogdon (right) working on a film. Photo: Cheesemint Productions

Norwich-based director, Matthew Stogdon, explains how he created his dream job and shines a light on what it’s really like to work within the world of film.

North Norfolk District Council leader Tom FitzPatrick and High Sheriff of Norfolk Sir William Cubitt with  volunteers and the opening of the new Citizens Advice branch in North Walsham. Picture: MILES JERMY

Fears have been raised this week about the impact controversial benefit reforms could have on some of the most vulnerable members of the community.

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The organisation that helps unpaid carers of all ages is currently seeking an Employability Key Worker to join their team and work on a new programme, could you be right for the role?

Cooper Lomaz operations director Mark Fletcher, left, and Simon Brown, commercial director, with the company's Salary Survey 2017. Picture: NEWSMAKERS.

Professional salaries in Norfolk have surged by more than 6% in the past year, new research shows – with two out of three workers expecting a further rise in 2017 as employers face a fight to retain and recruit skilled staff.

Three out of five workers are set to look for a new job in 2017. Picture Rui Vieira/PA Wire.

Three out of five workers will consider looking for a new job in 2017, mainly to seek higher pay or a better boss, a study shows.

PC Chris Kay is working on Christmas Day Picture: @BrecklandPolice

Most of us spend December 25 cramming our faces with enough food to enable us to hibernate on Boxing Day. For you and I, 9-5 on Christmas Day explains the number of pigs in blankets on our plates in the first 30 seconds of reaching the dining table, but for others it’s a hard day’s graft. From soldier to emergency services we asked our readers about the good, the bad and the ugly when it comes to working on the big day.

Louise Reeve from Mulbarton, who has been a Framework assistant and community investment advisor with Wates Construction since 2015.

Contractor, Wates Construction, is encouraging women across the region to consider a career in construction in response to data estimating that almost 4,000 new industry jobs will be created annually across the east of England.

Are you saving for your pension? Byline: Sonya Duncan Copyright: Archant 2016

Nearly six in 10 workers in Norwich say the cost of living in the city is the main reason they can’t afford to contribute more to their pension savings, a new study by Prudential has found.

The new look gardens and new accommodation at the Great Hospital in Norwich.
Photo by Simon Finlay.

A Norwich-based charity is searching for an experienced and highly motivated CEO to lead the organisation. Do you have what it takes to fulfil the role?

Lowestoft Job Centre. Photo: Google Maps

The introduction of a new welfare system has left an increasing number of people in Lowestoft unable to pay their rent.

Artist Hannah Turner Wallis, photographed by Andi Sapey.

Norwich-based artist, Hannah Turner Wallis reveals what it takes to make creative dreams come true and how a job at The Playhouse Bar started it all...

Flagship Group logo. Photo: Flagship Group

Are you looking for work in the housing sector? Flagship Group are currently hiring for a range of positions across the county.

Shoppers at Chapelfield.  Picture: James Bass

Consumer spending grew by 5.5% across the region in November as consumers spent more on the forecourt and in supermarkets than the same month last year.

The Garage, Norwich. Photo: Benjamin Mathers.

The creative centre in Norwich is currently looking to recruit a Partnership and Development Lead. Do you have what it takes to fill the role?

Looking over Norwich city centre from Britannia Road.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

There are hundreds of different job vacancies currently on offer across Norwich, whether you’re looking for a career progression or just fancy a change, here’s a look at some of the positions on offer right now:

The design for the new homes in Anglia Square

Street fountains, a nature reserve, affordable housing, shops, a speedway stadium – those are some of the suggestions for what should happen at Anglia Square.

Fire crews have been called to Great Hockham. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

The impending retirement of a number of Norfolk firefighters has partly prompted a recruitment drive to prevent a potential shortfall in the county’s fire and rescue service.

Jobcentre Plus. Photo: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire

Employment figures released last week have been taken to task by the constituency’s former MP.

Chancellor Philip Hammond delivers his Autumn Statement in the House of Commons, London. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Wednesday November 23, 2016. See PA story BUDGET Main. Photo credit should read: PA Wire

The clouds of Brexit uncertainty hung heavily over the Autumn Statement as Philip Hammond laid out the challenge ahead of him and the country.

Chancellor Philip Hammond has said the pensions triple-lock will remain until the next parliament. Picture: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire

While there may have been doom and gloom around for some, savers were given a welcome boost – after battling with record-low interest rates this year – with the announcement of a savings bond and a short-term safeguard on pensions rises.

Chancellor Philip Hammond arriving in Downing Street. Photo: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

A proposal to increase wages for low paid workers has been welcomed cautiously by employers.

East Norfolk Sixth Form College in Gorleston.

Picture: James Bass

Are you hoping to forge a successful career in teaching? This educational institution in Gorleston might have the perfect way for you to get started...

There are plenty of cooking and catering roles available across Norfolk.  Photo taken from the EDP Norfolk Food Awards chef of the year competition at city College showing Marcin Pomierny from the Maids Head Hotel. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

There are a wide range of catering and chef roles available in Norfolk right now according to Jobs24. Here’s a look at a few of the vacancies on offer:

Henry Layte, owner of The Book Hive, Norwich. Photo: Andi Sapey

Henry Layte, owner of independent bookshop, The Book Hive, reveals how working in The National Theatre bookshop inspired him to start his own successful business in Norwich.

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