Eleanor Pringle

Customers owed more than £93,000 from a bust holiday firm face a struggle to get their money back after it was revealed the business has no assets left.

Couples who lost their weddings due to the closure of a Norfolk venue are being offered a £2,000 discount at a nearby hotel.

HMRC has been accused of "gross incompetence" having incorrectly fined a Norfolk business for late tax returns - despite the deadline being in a fortnight.

A new designer wedding dress outlet will be opening in Norwich.

This puts the city among the top five in the country set to lose the most income due to empty retail, office, and warehouse sites.

It is not unusual for people to look for a new start in a new year, says Matthew Clemence, senior associate, collaborative lawyer and mediator at East Anglia's Prettys.

A historic Norfolk hotel and restaurant has changed its opening hours with bosses vowing to "concentrate on what we do best".

A gift shop in Norwich has closed its doors just five months after opening.

Clive Lewis has pulled out of the Labour leadership race, saying he was "standing aside in the spirit of pluralism, diversity and generosity".

Regional airline Flybe is reportedly on the brink of collapse having held emergency funding talks with the government over the weekend.

A north Norfolk hotel business and property is being sold by its owner after 40 years for £1.1 million.

Children's lives could be saved thanks to a new app which is being rolled out this year.

Clive Lewis has told the managers of a city centre high rise to "pull their fingers out" and fix "eyesore" scaffolding which has been up in the city centre for 10 months.

A café in the city centre has been put up for sale with its owner saying his heart simply isn't in it.

The future of a major Norfolk training provider and its staff still hangs in the balance - with bosses unable to make a "cast iron guarantee" if a buyer is not found.

Most resolutions hardly outlast the Christmas turkey leftovers. Yet forget willpower, forget determination, I've designed these resolutions for action.

Reliability and standards at Abellio East Anglia - the company which runs Greater Anglia trains - have tumbled along with profits according to its latest accounts.

Liquidators have been unable to confirm whether any of the £12m debt accumulated by a Norfolk construction firm will be repaid to its creditors.

A Norfolk family found themselves on BBC2 on Christmas Eve as they stacked shelves with business titan Deborah Meaden.

From shock store closures to unexpected expansions, 2019 has been a dramatic year for businesses and their customers.

This week, James Walker of complaints support company Resolver, talks us through finding some free cash to see you through to January pay day.

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