Eleanor Pringle

Despite the Norwich branch of Jamie Oliver’s Italian announcing closure last week, the patron of the chain has insisted casual dining will make a come back.

The group buying regional airline Flybe has said it will revise its offer to £2.8m, from £2.2m.

As the Brexit battle rages on in Westminster today ahead, it’s easy to forget the impact of these decisions on the everyday business owners trying to make ends meet.

Brexit is causing a recruitment crisis at one of the UK’s largest hotel chain.

The power of artificial intelligence, biotechnology and digital creative will be harnessed by business thanks to a new partnership between seven universities and colleges.

In the latest stumble of the British high street, fashion retailer New Look has issued a profit warning.

News that another of Norfolk’s oldest and best established manufacturers is looking to leave the county has sparked questions over whether infrastructure in the area is to blame.

Could the next agri-tech breakthrough be developed in Norfolk? The world’s next leading geneticist have their first biology lesson in Norwich? The next celebrity hairdresser complete their apprenticeship in Dereham?

Petrol prices are up, car insurance prices are up, breakdown costs are up – but don’t let it get you down. There are many ways to slash the cost of motoring.

Our reader this week has lost her husband, who was not able to complete his latest tax return before he died. His wife wants to know whether she needs to do so on his behalf. Carl Lamb of Almary Green provides the answers.

Regional law firm Howes Percival has revealed it is advising Braintree District Council (BDC) on a major project to create a new business and innovation park.

Flybe, a major flight provider out of Norwich Airport, has been bought out by Virgin Atlantic and Stobart Group.

Britain’s largest union has branded the jobs cut at Norwich’s Heatrae Sadia a “cruel” “hammer blow” to the local economy.

A handful of the most influential names in Norfolk’s economy will be coming together for the Norfolk Chamber of Commerce’s Big Debate.

New data has revealed that the number of companies entering into administration is once again on the rise as Brexit uncertainty takes its toll.

Three of the biggest names on the high street have revealed shaky sales over the Christmas trading period.

House of Fraser has confirmed the date which the doors of its Norwich anchor store in Chapelfield will close.

Majestic Wine has revealed that the Christmas trading period was more difficult than expected.

Despite strong trading updates from its rivals, Sainsbury’s has said sales dropped over its festive quarter.

Two brothers from King’s Lynn will be pinching themselves as they head into 2019, with the news that their barbers shop chain of 19 stores will be launched into a further 50 by March 2020.

Caroline Culot joins the business team this week in a new business and property role.

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