Staff from across Norfolk’s Specsavers stores have been doing their bit to help hospital staff and the police do their jobs.
A restaurateur has praised the “amazing” staff at the Norfolk & Norwich Hospital after she joined them serving up meals to patients.
A Norfolk convent and small part of a school which starred in a television series called Bad Habits has gone up for sale.
Workers at Holland & Barrett, with shops across the region, have launched a fight to close during coronavirus.
A boss of Norfolk’s Age UK charity needs volunteers to “adopt a grandparent” to help people who fear being cut off more than catching coronavirus.
Aviva, with its HQ in Norwich, has cancelled its June dividend to shareholders as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
The boss of a Norwich firm which fights cyber fraud has advised business owners on steps to take if they are targeted by scammers.
Retailer WH Smith has taken out a £120 million loan to get through the pandemic crisis.
A house that was built for a squadron leader serving at RAF Watton in the Second World War – who had his own ‘batman’ – is for sale.
A drone firm boss has come up with the perfect antidote to self-isolation – a three minute tour of things we love about Norfolk.
The chairman of Bullards gin may hold the key to finding a historic item which is being tracked down by a collector.
Debenhams is facing administration for the second time in a year.
A Norfolk barber is “totally shocked” at people prepared to flout social distancing rules to get a haircut.
Vintage-inspired clothing and homeware store Cath Kidston, which has a shop in Norwich, is the latest to suffer over coronavirus.
MPs have urged Chancellor Rishi Sunak to come to the aid of Norfolk’s “profoundly vulnerable” £3.3bn tourism industry hit by coronavirus.
A Norwich hairdresser has offered up some vital tips on how to cut your own fringe while at home without getting in a tangle.
A Norfolk estate agent has hit out at scammers who targeted his firm at a time “when businesses like ours are trying to survive.”
Rishi Sunak gave a video Q and A on social media after queries from bosses on Twitter.
The head of Norfolk discount store QD said he was “heart broken” at having to close over coronavirus – but said staff had donated food to local good causes.
The owner of Norwich’s Crystal House has said firms will go out of business as banks delay in getting coronavirus loans sorted.
The CEO of Lotus has offered the government the Hethel facility as a make-shift hospital in the war against coronavirus.
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