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Jamie Minors, an estate agent, was targeted by a bribery scam. Pic: Jamie Minors/Archant

Video ‘I have been paid to carry out a reputation attack’: Boss tells of another chilling coronavirus scam

A Norfolk estate agent has hit out at scammers who targeted his firm at a time “when businesses like ours are trying to survive.”

The Giggly Goat is celebrating its 6th anniversary. Owner Helen Fisher holds a hare by Julia Hulme back in 2014, the first year they opened. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

City craft shop celebrates anniversary in Norwich Lanes

QD in North Walsham makes a donation. Pic: submitted

Video QD boss talks of ‘heartbreak’ of closing stores and donates food to charity

Fish and chips. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Food suppliers in Great Yarmouth who can deliver to you

Kelly Cartwright of Jark Norfolk at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital to face fit masks  Picture: JARK NORFOLK

Coronavirus: Construction sector bosses helps healthworkers to fit masks safely

Debenhams is due to call in administrators. Photo credit: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire

Debenhams set to call in administrators due to coronavirus

Making face visors at Panel Graphic. Picture:  Panel Graphic

‘We’re desperate’: Firm producing masks for key workers begs for support

Richard Pratt, who owns Crystal House in Norwich as well as an engineering firm in North Walsham. Pic: Archant library

Video Norfolk boss fears firms will go bust due to bank delays

Adrian Thompson, who manages Filby Stores, and Tony Smith, who runs Norwich-based News Direct, have seen increased demand for home delivery of newspapers. Picture: Joe Norton/Tony Smith

‘We are a critical service’ - how newspaper delivery companies are coping with coronavirus

Andrew Diver of Beatons (inset) on the IR35 tax reforms. Picture: Claudia Gannon

Personal Finance: Will the IR35 tax freeze affect me?

Phil Popham, Lotus CEO. Pic; Archant

Video Lotus offers government Norfolk HQ as hospital in ‘protect and preserve’ plan

Kinnerton makes 30 million Easter eggs a year but is donating stock to people in need because of coronavirus. Pic: Archant

Free Easter treats for NHS workers as demand for eggs plummets

Shoppers previously in Lowestoft town centre.

Video ‘Here to help’: How town centre businesses are adapting services

People observe social distancing while queuing at Waitrose supermarket. Picture: Morgan Harlow/PA Wire

Video High street dealt a ‘fatally dangerous’ blow: Expert predicts 250,000 jobs could go

UEA has already made 1200 litres of hand sanitiser.  Picture: UEA

UEA has made 1200 litres of hand sanitiser gel in just over a week

Michelle Collins of Cozens-Hardy (inset) on writing wills during lockdown. Picture: Cozens-Hardy/Getty

Personal Finance: Can I still have a will drawn up during lockdown?

An Openreach engineer at work  Picture: BILLYPIX

Internet daytime traffic reaches new heights as homeworking soars amid coronavirus crisis

Jeanie Feneron at the Banningham Crown, in happier times. Pic: Archant

Video ‘I cannot pay my staff’: Pub landlady says banks not delivering on coronavirus loans

The opening of the new Taco Bell in Regent Road, Great Yarmouth.

Poll Coronavirus blamed for permanent closure of Norfolk’s only Taco Bell restaurant

Steve Earl wearing the visors being made by Panel graphic. Picture: Panel Graphic

Family-run firm producing 100,000 protective visors for key workers

Digby Eddison, pictured with his Easter chocolate eggs at Harald's in Cromer which he has had now closed because of coronavirus. Pic: Archant

Video ‘Easter is cancelled’: Norfolk’s ‘Mr Chocolate’ gives away Easter eggs he can’t sell

Norfolk households are set to see their outgoings climb as annual rises to council tax, TV licences and other bills come into force. Picture: Getty

Video Why April 1 is likely to mean a host of bill increases for Norfolk and Suffolk households

The owners of All Things Nice in Cawston are asking people to bring in their artwork and poems. Pictured is co-owner Amanda Marks. Picture: DONNA-LOUSIE BISHOP

Café vows to brighten its window to spread happiness

Poundland in the Vancouver Quarter, King's Lynn, is closing due to coronavirus. Pic: Archant

Video Poundland closes 100 branches – including in Norfolk

2 Sisters Food Group said it would look at putting barriers in between workers from next Monday. Pictured is its site in Flixton, Suffolk, in 2016. Picture: Sarah Brown

‘There’s no way you can be two metres apart’: How do food factories cope with coronavirus?

A new Morrisons store has opened in Bradwell. PHOTO: Teri Pengilley

New supermarket opening in Bradwell

The top section zoo keeper team at Africa Alive! with some recent new arrivals. Picture: ZSEA

Special report: How life is carrying on in our zoos during coronavirus

Claudia Schiffer and husband Matthew Vaughn. Pic: Myung Jung Kim/PA/Archant library

Supermodel Claudia Schiffer wins first round in council battle over neighbour’s home

Andy Thompson is the landlord of the Cherry Tree. PICTURE: RACHEL EDGE

Praise for Suffolk brewer Adnams after it cancels landlords’ rent during Covid-19 crisis

Ben Youngs at North Walsham Garden Centre. Pic: Archant

Video ‘Everyone is growing stuff’: Garden centre bosses see bumper crop of DIY gardeners

Network Rail is appealing for retired signallers to help keep trains running. Pic: Network Rail.

Appeal for retired rail signallers to help keep trains running

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Online pharmacy e-Surgery was created by Thuria Wenbar and Oskar Wendowski, a doctor and pharmacist respectively, when they encountered prescription systems they believed were outdated. The latest in The Disruptors series, they explain how they did it.

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