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A new glamping site - complete with a natural swimming pond and medieval moat - has opened just outside Norwich.

A Norwich restaurant will be going vegan on certain days next month.

A firm near Yarmouth employing just four people built a life-size replica of a Silver Spitfire currently installed as an exhibit in Terminal 2.

Residents in Great Yarmouth have been promised the best cinematic experience in East Anglia after it was announced the Royalty cinema would reopen under new operators following a multimillion-pound investment.

The boss of a Norfolk restaurant is offering a taste adventure with a menu of exotic meats along with sides of locusts and crickets.

People living in Norfolk have been warned about a council tax scam offering them a refund.

Retail chain Shoe Zone have announced plans to open a superstore at a retail park in Norfolk.

A new stall offering an antidote to phone screens is popping up on Norwich Market next month.

Passengers heading to Norwich will face disruption today as all trains from London Liverpool Street leave five minutes early but arrive into the city 10 minutes late.

Experts give their views on the new invasive species that have the best chance of establishing themselves in our region.

Gone are the days of youngsters at uni roughing it with this Georgian mansion with a gym, hot tub, cinema room and snooker table up for grabs as student digs.

A popular restaurant which closed earlier this year could come back to life as an American burger bar.

Desperate calls for a rescue plan to save the "jewel in Norwich's crown" have been made to the owners of the Royal Arcade as it emerged it could lose its flagship store.

A woman interrupted a group of protesters as they campaigned for free TV licences outside The Forum in Norwich.

A sweet treat with the 'real spirit of summer' in the form of gin is now on sale after a collaboration between distillers Bullards and a Suffolk ice cream maker.

Bosses at a "chaotic" Norfolk McDonald's branch are under increasing pressure after new claims that meat products were stored with vegetarian food.

Organisers of the Great Yarmouth Air Show say plans to host future flying events have been put on hold until later this summer.

A shop selling discounted wine and spirits to people refilling bottles said business has spiked dramatically in the past month due to growing panic over plastic waste.

Punters will be able to put their favourite south Norfolk forward for the South Norfolk Council Pub of the Year Awards.

Rogue McDonald's managers in Norfolk ordered staff to prepare food in their own homes and bought stock from nearby supermarkets, it can be revealed.

New nuclear - which includes plans for a Sizewell C power plant - can be an affordable part of the UK's transition to a low-carbon economy, according to a report.

A couple has rounded on planners for failing to insist a new seafront hotel was adapted to a standard that would have made it fully accessible to disabled visitors.

A new independent, American-style cafe is eyeing up an empty unit in Great Yarmouth.

Fancy winning hundreds of pounds to spend with one of the Broads' best known holiday companies?

Local growers and producers are celebrating a record breaking fortnight thanks to the East of England Co-op's Sourced Locally campaign - which this year broke all records and saw more than £1m of sales over the two-week retail drive.

Fears are growing that Bathstores in the region could close after reports the chain was on the brink of collapse.

A family-run business with more than 120 stores nationwide is set to open its first shop in the area.

The mother-of-four is celebrating three decades since opening the embroidery emporium and has shared her stories of raising her children in the apartment over the shop.

Jarrold has saved their customers' blushes by blocking out a swear word on one of their most premium products.

One of the biggest gyms pumping a £1.5m investment in the city centre opens is set to open in Castle Mall.

Plans to build a new McDonald's in Cromer have been submitted, and while fast food fans are sure to embrace the news, not everyone is happy about the prospect - whether they live in the town or not.

The boss of a Norfolk hair salon with celebrity clients was set to appear on the dating show Love Island - until she found love herself.

Employers in South Norfolk have backed a new initiative to support young people into work.

David Parfrey, executive chair of Anglia Innovation Partnership LLP, the body that runs Norwich Research Park, explains the strategy to deliver its ambitious vision to put Norwich on the global map.

Norfolk buisnesses are being asked to support a new partnership programme to develop a cancer support strategy in the workplace.

As the region's farming great and good prepare for the Royal Norfolk Show 2019 next week, Steven Rudd, head of farms and landed estates at MHA Larking Gowen explains the accountancy firm's relationship with the local farming community.

Selling a commercial property can seem daunting at first. Simon Nicolaides, who recently joined Steeles Law's experienced commercial property team, sets out to summarise the process.

One of Norfolk's biggest attractions is under fire after introducing a 'pay-by-height' rule which left one family paying a full adult price for a two-year-old.

Public relations has changed - and not every firm will survive. But in East Anglia PR agencies are leading an industry-wide revolution - Sarah Chambers investigates

A Norwich mum has warned homeowners to safeguard their properties as the government backs an "unprecedented" product recall.

Plans to turn a Norwich pub into homes have been withdrawn - and the landlady hopes that means she gets to add to the 18 years she has been running it so far.

New jobs look set to be created as a drive-through Burger King restaurant is built on a popular retail park.

One of Norwich's fastest growing tech start-ups is preparing to launch its product to trial and says it is investment ready following a three-month funding support scheme.

A new £18.75m education centre will be built at Gresham's School in Holt thanks to a donation by Sir James Dyson, it was announced today. In an exclusive interview, the billionaire inventor spoke to STUART ANDERSON about how his Norfolk upbringing shaped the person he is today, and the need to inspire the next generation.

Tech firms in the region have seen an investment windfall with an extra £445m being raked in over the past few years.

Personal belongings ranging from posters of the Olympics to bookcases and an 18th century portrait all owned by 'Baroness Thrift' are going under the auction hammer.

Firms are stockpiling at unprecedented levels - with businesses in the East of England showing the highest percentage of capital tied up, a new study suggests.

A former can-can dancer and a tree surgeon who fell in love with olive trees when touring Europe in their campervan are now running a business selling them.

The first McDonald's restaurant in north Norfolk could be built in Cromer.

The owners of a chocolate shop which only opened at Easter has already closed down with the owners saying: "There was no footfall."

Plans to remove a sports pitch from a town's leisure centre to make room for more parking have been recommended for approval by council officers.

A dog centre in Norfolk is celebrating its first birthday by hosting a Crufts style pooch pageant, with titles including "waggiest tail" and "best fancy dress" up for grabs.

The owners of a popular Norfolk bistro said they are stepping down "with heavy hearts" after a difficult year behind the scenes.

The full extent of the debt a Norwich college left behind following its collapse has been revealed.

A new pizzeria could open on a busy road in Norwich, replacing a café and garden centre.

Major Norfolk employer Kier has announced it is looking to sell some of its divisions, putting 1,200 jobs on the line.

Business owners have lamented their "worst week for a long time" after a sinkhole which caused widespread chaos was finally repaired.

A national chain has pulled out of opening a new store, serving as the latest blow to a town's high street.

If we are to reach 'net-zero' emissions by 2050, we need to capture carbon. Rewilding could sequester greenhouse gases, as well as bring many other benefits for man and wildlife.

A Norwich businesswoman has slammed landlords after they billed her thousands for wear and tear and legal costs on an office she moved out of years ago.

An award-winning Norfolk brewery has closed blaming a boom in the number of microbreweries that has left the market saturated.

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