Eleanor Pringle

The University of East Anglia has revealed it has produced 1200 litres of hand sanitiser gel since it started production just over a week ago. 
A spokesman for the Norwich-based University said: “By our calculations we make that around about 350,000 pairs of hands that have been cleaned.”

Michelle Collins, partner at Cozens-Hardy, on whether you can still draw up a will during the coronavirus outbreak.

A Norfolk family-run company is producing 100,000 protective visors for key workers amid the coronavirus outbreak - with no profit margin added to the price.

BrightHouse has collapsed into administration - putting jobs and its three stores in Norfolk at risk. 
The weekly payment store has now called in administrators Grant Thornton to take over the business.

Business correspondent Eleanor Pringle answers your wage queries – whether you are self employed or work for a company – and how you can apply for extra financial support.

Richard Ross, director of wealth managers Chadwicks, says a strategy is the best way to keep finances healthy.

Kelly-Anne Byres, who runs East Anglian accountancy firm KBL, compares the options for those in a cash flow crisis.

Norwich’s Chiquito may have closed its doors for the last time after its owner said the majority of restaurants in the Tex-Mex chain have shut permanently.

A package of measures to support the freelance workforce has been met with mixed reaction by self-employed workers in our region.

Stephanie Hammond, director of accounts at East Anglian accountancy firm Beatons, looks at measures in place to prevent tenants losing their homes during the health crisis.

Self-employed workers have been granted some reprieve after the chancellor announced new income benefits for the freelance workforce.

A Norwich taxi firm has revealed it is giving key workers 20pc off their fare and is poised to step in to help deliver medical supplies and parcels to the public.

The UK has gone into lockdown – but many staff are confused about where they stand when it comes to going to work and what happens when they get there.

Richard Ross, director of wealth managers Chadwicks, on whether or not now is the time to extract cash from your pension.

A new report has warned that more than 20,000 shops in the UK could close by the end of the year.

Martyn James, head of media at Resolver - which handles complaints and claims for the public - on how customers can get money back if a holiday provider goes bust.

Distillery Adnams has said it is doing as much as it can to support the University of East Anglia, which is now producing 500 litres of hand sanitiser a day.

Martyn James, head of media at Resolver - which handles complaints and claims for the public - on holidaymakers who may have already put down a deposit on a holiday which may be impacted by the coronavirus outbreak.

Jarrold has announced it is temporarily closing its stores and shutting down its online operations.

The University of East Anglia is asking for people and businesses to come forward to help them ramp up their production of hand sanitiser.

Resolver, a complaints support site, on what people struggling with slow connectivity can do to get help in the current situation.

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