The rising trend for staycations looks set to continue, as Brexit uncertainty makes holidaying in the UK an increasingly attractive option - as well as providing a savvy opportunity to invest in a holiday home.

Businesses with high levels of employee engagement are more efficient and effective - that's the message from Engaging Norfolk, a movement of like-minded business people sharing best practice across the county.

Lowestoft has been given a retail boost thanks to the development of an out-of-town shopping destination featuring big name brands.

The team at Lovell is celebrating after its apprentices took two of the top three spots at a recent building competition.

Damian Pitts, litigation solicitor at Steeles Law, explores the issues around family business disputes.

Kicking off day one of Norfolk & Norwich Festival 2019, Handover is a festival in a day organised entirely by young people from Norfolk while attracting speakers from across the world.

Ian Mellor, a solicitor and head of office at DUAL Asset Underwriting explains the central role that Norwich plays in the national legal indemnity industry.

Ad Feature Taking a view on the right to renew

Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Caroline Linsdell, partner at Cozens-Hardy, explains commercial leases and rights to renew.

Making a will is about so much more than who inherits, it's about taking control of what happens in the event of your death and making it as easy as possible for those left behind. If you haven't made one yet, here's how to go about it.

Critically-acclaimed hip hop dance group Boy Blue is one of many highlights at the Norfolk & Norwich Festival 2019. John Bultitude finds out how the group explores political and social issues in its production of Blak Whyte Gray.

If you've ever wondered if it's possible to turn a hobby into a career, just ask Laura Remblance. Thanks to a unique product and some free support and business advice, she's done just that.

Ruth Pyatt, a solicitor at Steeles Law, explains the process of probate following the death of a sole trader.

Apprenticeships have have multiple benefits for all involved, as Sara Rushworth, head of marketing at Easton & Otley College, explains.

Last year was a year of political and economic uncertainty, a fact that was felt across industries from manufacturing to media. Yet, in such a tumultuous 12 months, JDC Corporate Finance bucked the downwards trend, having one of the most successful and future proofing years of the company's entire 15-year history.

David Parfrey, executive chair of Anglia Innovation Partnership LLP, the body that runs Norwich Research Park, explains why collaboration and research go hand in hand.

The tech sector is rapidly expanding throughout the Eastern Region, and to highlight this a group of local companies are planning an ambitious web video series.

Ad Feature Is your car insured correctly?

Friday, March 29, 2019

You may quickly answer "yes" to the question of whether you have the right car insurance, but there are several different types of insurance policies, so it's worth checking that you've got the correct cover.

A new sponsorship deal has enabled another year of competitive cricket in Norfolk high schools.

What do you look for in a golf holiday? Somewhere that's far away enough to feel like an escape without spending most of a day getting there? Top-notch golf courses in an idyllic location? Local places of interest to visit during your weekend break? Norfolk has it all - and more!

Setting up as self employed? Insurance should be top of your to-do list.

A series of free seminars aiming to empower businesses to take control of customer experiences is set to take place across Norfolk and Suffolk.

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