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

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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.

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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.

John Atkins from MHA Larking Gowen looks at what the future holds for the local manufacturing and engineering industry, and encourages businesses to get involved in the 2019 sector survey.

Norwich Research Park has unveiled the winners of its Engaging Images competition, and the result is a collection of photographs which bridge the gap between science and art.

Now is the time to recognise the unsung heroes of the care sector, as nominations open for the Norfolk Care Awards 2020.

Visitors who need a bit of extra assistance will be able to make the most of Banham Zoo at a special accessibility weekend taking place on September 14-15, 2019.

Do you know a tireless club volunteer, a motivating coach, or an inspirational person who has become active to improve their health and wellbeing? Now is your time to give them the recognition they deserve, by nominating them for an Active Norfolk Award.

In glorious sunshine such as we have had this past week, what could be more wonderful than a home such as Lowlands, at Brundall?

Norwich Research Park has already built a global reputation for conducting world-leading research in the food and health sectors. Its science is focused on delivering real-life applications that change people's lives, so it has created an environment for businesses to develop the research into commercial ventures. Here we take a look at three of them.

Visitors at Banham Zoo have been treated to first glimpses of two Asian short-clawed otter cubs as they emerge from the nest box for the first time.

Basic mistakes made when negotiating commercial leases can lead to complicated disputes and big costs further down the line, says Nick Williams, partner of Arnolds Keys LLP.

As promised in June's article, this month I am highlighting the costs that tenants will be responsible for when renting their first commercial premises.

A team from Loddon-based Panel Graphic is planning an epic journey across Europe, driving through 10 countries in five days to raise money for Prostate Cancer UK.

Alistair Ponder, who recently joined the commercial team at Steeles Law, explains why technology is the key to improving service levels.

DUAL Asset underwriter Josh Astbury-Dennis explains the benefits of search insurance policies.

Bridging the gap between the physical and digital world, Thyngs is the perfect business to kick off The Disruptors - a series of 40 videos highlighting businesses from Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridge which are changing the way business is done. Here we speak to CEO Neil Garner about what it takes to be a disruptor.

An unprecedented 3,000 people attended Banham Zoo's newly re-branded Banham Zoo @ Sunset event on Saturday night.

Extraordinary ideas from the young people of Norwich for the future of their city will go on display this week at the WeCreateNorwich exhibition at The Forum on July 14-15.

Lloyd Perry from Roche Chartered Surveyors explains the benefits of flexible working spaces.

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