A luxury travel company from Norwich has taken inspiration from a 19th-century adventurer for its new rebrand.
Young people were brought together with firms from across the energy sector to learn about the jobs available to them now and in the future.
Our reader this week wants to know why enrolling on a workplace pension scheme hasn’t cut their tax contribution on their pay slip.
Laws around debt are out of date and in need of modernisation, argues Martin Lewis of MoneySavingExpert.com.
Mike Ashley has claimed Debenhams is on the brink of collapse as he urged the struggling retailer to accept his offer of a £40m loan to avoid a Christmas disaster.
Online estate agent Purplebricks has trimmed its full-year revenue guidance amid a sluggish UK property sector.
The Norfolk-based Construction Industry Training Board has been accused of “betraying” its staff after it emerged that more than 200 staff faced relocating out of the county to keep their jobs.
Uncertainty over Brexit is prompting home buyers and sellers to sit tight in increasing numbers, with fewer people interested in moving and properties now typically taking around four months to sell, according to surveyors.
Workers in pubs and catering have received some of the biggest pay rises this year, a new study suggests.
A Norwich college will today unveil its new specialist facility after becoming the first in the region to offer gas engineering apprenticeships.
Demand for warehouse and storage facilities is soaring as anxious companies make contingency plans for Brexit.
The parents of Premier League footballing twins Josh and Jacob Murphy have scored a dream goal for staff, by giving away a £7.5m restaurant business to the workers who made it a success.
More than 30,000 staff at Dixons Carphone are in line for a bonus of at least £1,000 under a share scheme announced today by the struggling retailer.
Norfolk’s biggest crisp manufacturer is exploring how it can cut its plastic waste, after rival Walkers bowed to public pressure by bringing forward recycling plans.
Carpetright is considering further changes to its store portfolio across East Anglia as it handles stinging losses.
Eight charities in East Anglia have shared a £10,000 windfall thanks to Norwich-based financial advisers Almary Green.
Council bosses say they have plans in place to protect people in Norfolk being cared for by government contractor Interserve, which is trying to finalise a rescue package.
Two leading figures in Norfolk and Suffolk’s tourism and hospitality scene have been appointed to head up a body promoting the region on the national and international stage.
Major government contractor Interserve has seen its shares plummet this morning after shareholders were told their stakes are likely to be diluted in a plan to cut the firm’s debt.
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