Eleanor Pringle

Bosses at Anglian Home Improvements have entered into a consultation process with staff to cut hours from 48 to 40 a week.

With the summer holidays fast approaching - and with schools, colleges and universities about to break up - the search is on for seasonal workers in Norfolk.

A new recruitment agency is set to disrupt the employment industry in Norfolk by pledging to invest all of its profits into charitable causes.

With another bank holiday fast approaching many of the region's dog owners will be getting ready for days out and have money in their pockets to spend.

Bargain chain store B&M has announced it is opening a new store in Thetford.

The gin industry "has reached breaking point" according to the East Anglian distillers which are being muscled off the shelves by mass producers.

The fate of the Jamie's Italian restaurant in Norwich has been sealed.

Businesses and community groups who are going out of their way to support older people are set to be recognised in a brand new awards project.

Game of Thrones is over. But despite the blockbuster show coming to an end, Norfolk fans can visit some of the most famous settings thanks to direct flights out of Norwich.

Norfolk's Post Offices are on the brink of collapse, leaving thousands of people and businesses without access to vital services, according to the county's sub-postmasters.

A region-wide All Energy Industry Council has been formed to combat concerns raised about Norfolk and Suffolk's workforce capabilities.

Jake Humphrey has pledged his support to aspiring journalists from disadvantaged backgrounds by launching a scholarship with the University of East Anglia.

A virtual reality venue is coming to Norwich this summer, offering players the chance to explore out of this world scenarios from the comfort of the city centre.

Norfolk toy retailers are making their predictions on which toys and games will be on everyone's Christmas list this year.

Norfolk's travel agents are banking on some of their best deals ever after demand for European holidays took a Brexit battering.

The final batch of Future 50 businesses has been announced - but this year there is a twist.

Tech companies in the East of England are booming.

Lotus has announced 200 new jobs as it celebrates a "resurgence" in its brand.

A Norwich company has launched a 'Seven Days of Kindness' campaign, and will be placing 'happiness notes' around the city as well as offering one lucky winner a free full house clean.

A riverside pub in Norwich is set to undergo a six-figure refurbishment, creating up to seven new jobs.

Growth at one of Norfolk's best-performing businesses has hit new highs as Angling Direct reported sales of £42m for the last financial year.

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