Business editor Mark Shields explains why House of Fraser is closing its store in Norwich’s Chapelfield shopping centre.
House of Fraser’s departure from Chapelfield in Norwich raises questions over how the shopping centre’s flagship store can be replaced.
House of Fraser is to close its department store at Norwich’s Chapelfield shopping centre.
Next week, Norwich Research Park will receive the Outstanding Achievement award at the Norfolk Business Awards. EDP business editor Mark Shields spoke to the park’s executive chairman David Parfrey.
A new petrol station in a north Norfolk town – the first in 10 years – has welcomed more than 30,000 motorists in the first six months since it opened.
The first phase of a project to open up more land for Lowestoft port’s bid to become a recognised renewable energy hub has been completed.
Our reader this week wants to know the best way to invest some savings in the short term - and avoid paying too much tax. Carl Lamb of Almary Green explains.
A Norfolk company which supplied the Royal household at Sandringham for 40 years has gone out of business.
James Walker of Resolver.co.uk offers his top tips for getting in shape before the New Year rush - and saving a few pounds as you drop a few pounds.
One of Norwich’s biggest retail names has launched its seasonal recruitment drive, offering up to 70 jobs over the Christmas period.
Offshore engineering firm Aquaterra Energy has secured another major contract on a Norwegian oil field.
The completion of Norwich’s Northern Distributor Road has already led to a surge in interest from businesses keen to take premises north of the city.
Norfolk chicken firm Banham Poultry owed more than £41m when it went into administration last month, a new report reveals.
A new lobster and steak restaurant will open its doors to the public next week.
Many workers are approaching the age at which they could access their pensions “blindfolded” because they do not know how much is in their savings pots, a survey has revealed.
A leading Norfolk hotel has been named the most romantic in the country.
Four supermarkets have announced petrol price cuts of up to 2p per litre.
East Anglia’s energy industry has taken its ambition to be recognised as a centre of excellence straight to the heart of government.
Norfolk Chamber is calling on businesses in the county to give their feedback on the local economy.
A construction company has been hit with a fine for carrying out unlicensed asbestos cleaning work at a major Norwich office block.
The “all-important golden quarter” for retail sales has got off to a fairly flat start as cautious consumer spending continues into the final three months of 2018, a report has found.
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