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There may be many uncertainties, but Bruce Masson, Partner at MHA Larking Gowen, is optimistic about the future of the farming industry.

The Norfolk and Norwich Festival 2020 is now just six months away, and the organisers are lining up a packed programme of multi-artform performances. Here's the latest acts to be added to the list.

From miserly to merry, A Biddy's Christmas Carol is a festive journey that families will love to be a part of.

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Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Hold yourself against the benchmark and enhance your employer brand with the Best Employers Eastern Region.

A collection of winning artwork and poetry inspired by images taken by scientists at Norwich Research Park will go on display at the Sainsbury Centre next week, offering an insight into the close link between the arts and science.

Adrian Fennell from Roche Chartered Surveyors considers the impact of Christmas sales days on local shops.

Norfolk's sporting great and good were recognised this week at the Active Norfolk Awards 2019 - a celebration of physical activity across the county.

Student residence developer Alumno Group has entered into a three-year partnership with the Norfolk and Norwich Festival to help with the funding and promotion of the important annual community event.

Tonight's the night as Norfolk's active inspirations are celebrated at the 2019 Active Norfolk Awards.

The Norfolk & Norwich Festival has announced a brand new fetsival stage and the first eight shows for 2020 ahead of the full prigramme launch in February.

Whether you want to lose yourself in someone else's story or get clued up on a period of history you know little about, the festive period is the perfect time to dive, nose-first, into a great book.

Two great British classics, featuring some of the UK's best-loved performers, are heading for the Norwich Theatre Royal stage, giving audiences a window into social history from two very different but funny and moving stories.

Jewellery has to be one of the most popular Christmas presents, but if you're buying it as a surprise, it can be difficult to know where to start. We asked Norfolk jewellers to give us the inside line on gifts that sparkle and shine.

Now in its fourth year, Norwich Science Festival is establishing itself as one of the country's major showcases for science. And with Norwich Research Park being home to world-leading institutions and scientists doing ground-breaking research, it's only natural that it should take a high-profile presence at the Festival.

Thinking about giving nature a helping hand by adding some natural fertiliser to your garden? Here's some handy advice to get your green spaces looking at their best.

Norwich Research Park is establishing a growing presence in Norfolk's economy and it isn't planning on stopping soon. Ambitious plans to attract more science sector businesses and research-based organisations should have a positive knock-on effect, with more jobs being created and an increase in inward investment.

Exceptional performances from staff at NorseCare have been recognised at its annual awards ceremony.

A new cookbook, produced by Norfolk students, is set to raise thousands of pounds for the Priscilla Bacon Hospice appeal.

Ad Feature Take a walk on the wild side

Wednesday, October 9, 2019

As our fascination with nature documentaries grows and we all strive to be a little more eco-friendly, it would be easy to think that we're pretty clued up about the natural world.

Even if no-one really knows what the final outcome will be, businesses cannot afford to bury their heads in the sand when it comes to Brexit, says Kevin Bunting of Lovewell Blake.

Ad Feature Employment law advice for no-deal Brexit

Thursday, September 19, 2019

James Conley, a solicitor in the employment team at Steeles Law, offers some advice on getting prepared for a no-deal Brexit.

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