Tom Bristow

The sentencing of two fraudsters who ripped off almost a thousand students by selling fake nutrition courses has been postponed until July because of court delays.

It is a world-renowned recruitment website where millions of staff have left reviews about their employers.

Two nightclub owners have been banned from running businesses for four years after their company collapsed owing the city council thousands of pounds.

A Norwich teenager has been arrested after a man paid Gumtree sellers using fake bank notes.

It has been a bleak news week for nature lovers. But apocalyptic predictions are not subduing the spirits of Norfolk's conservationists.

Three sellers on website Gumtree have complained to police about a man buying goods off them with fake bank notes in Norwich.

Highways England is facing backlash for spraying weed killer along the verges of the A47, destroying grass and plants.

Norwich is being used as a "dumping ground" for old buses which are no longer needed in other parts of the country, sparking fears about air pollution.

A workman has left a customer with no garden after digging it up and disappearing with her £7,000.

A holiday park firm which customers paid millions of pounds to for lodges which were never built was promoted by a top property presenter as a "great opportunity".

A conservatory firm which collapsed with £760,000 of debt is being chased for thousands of pounds by customers.

The parents of Michelle Bettles today reveal their dismay with the police investigation into the unsolved murder of their daughter.

A business centre which a council spent almost £5m of public money on is in fact worth less than half that, sparking further concerns over a controversial deal.

Murdered mum Michelle Bettles should be celebrating her 40th birthday this year. On the anniversary of her death her parents speak of their never-ending quest for justice - and reveal how the discovery of a notebook has given them fresh hope.

A Chinese food firm given £600,000 of public cash to transform an empty warehouse into a dumpling factory has blamed Brexit for never completing the project.

We're always hearing our NHS is in a crisis, but how are our hospitals and ambulance service actually performing when it comes to emergency care? These charts give us some clues.

A conservatory firm has collapsed leaving hundreds of thousands of pounds in debt.

Postmasters who were accused of stealing from the Post Office have won a major legal victory.

The last time Jeanette Kempton was seen alive, she was staggering down a London street holding a funeral wreath. Her body was found 16 days later in a north Suffolk ditch. Why has this case gone unsolved for 30 years?

Suffolk serial killer Steve Wright has been linked to the murder of another woman in the county by a former police officer.

The many ways John Miller let down his customers were as diverse as the jobs he claimed he could do.

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