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A Norfolk restaurant has lost its top-spot rating after a member of staff’s “greed” resulted in the eatery being slapped with an online downgrade.

A Norfolk family who were offered plane tickets home for a total of £16,000 after being stranded in India have found a way out - but it will cost them £5,500.

An estate agents under investigation for fraud and theft has shutdown.

Business owners in Norwich fear they could face six years of disruption as work gets underway on a nearby housing estate.

New details have been announced about the state-of-the-art Porsche centre giving a “window into the world of the sports car” opening in spring 2020.

People may not be able to get home to the UK for as long as six days as well as face a bill of thousands after the Jet Airways’ cancellation nightmare.

An independent business in the city is helping those in need whilst also doing their bit for the planet.

A cat café which will be the first of its kind in Norfolk is set to offer visitors endless amounts of feline affection when it opens later on this summer.

People have been put in turmoil after Jet Airways cancelled all flights in and out of the UK after running out of cash.

A new report has revealed that one in five people in Norwich believe they would lose their job if they revealed they had a drug or alcohol addiction.

A Norfolk family has been told to pay £16,000 to fly home after being left stranded in India because Jet Airways has suspended all flights.

Renters in need may struggle to find a home if proposals go ahead to scrap the process of eviction at short notice.

Plans to create an outdoor maize maze and picnic area at a north Norfolk leisure centre could secure up to five new jobs, if the scheme is backed by councillors.

Castle Mall shopping centre has converted one of its empty units to free office space for Norwich businesses.

Norfolk businesses have helped raised £500,000 in six weeks for a new hospice – but the £12.5m target is still a long way off.

The region’s enterprise agency has warned it may not be able to carry on after months of controversy.

A new poultry plant which looks set to create at least 650 full-time jobs has been given the green light.

Each year millions of pounds of taxpayers’ cash is given to businesses to create new jobs and boost the Norfolk economy.

A cyber security social enterprise has been launched across Norfolk and Suffolk with the purpose of protecting the region from attack.

The first batch of successful Future50 applicants has been announced but the project remains open for further submissions.

Bosses have been told scaffolding that has hampered shoppers in a Norwich street for weeks is coming down ... but might have to go back up.

One of north Norfolk’s best-known stores - Bakers and Larners of Holt - has picked up two top honours at the national Farm Shop and Deli Awards.

On The Stall City, a pop-up stall set up by Andy Bowles and his son Jacob, has re-opened this week ahead of Norwich City’s last push towards automatic promotion.

The Norwich branch of Caribbean themed restaurant Turtle Bay has applied to expand its licence.

A husband was left feeling physically sick after discovering the special anniversary trip he had booked for his wife had fallen apart just weeks after he paid the deposit.

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.

TSB bank has announced it is closing one of its city centre outlets.

Just months after it opened Taco Bell in Great Yarmouth is looking to expand.

A new kind of florists offering some home-grown flowers and the latest trend of hand-tied lush botannicals is about to blossom in Holt.

A building firm which customers slammed for the quality of its work has folded with huge debts.

Monsoon and Accessorize stores could be the latest to leave the Norwich high street, after the owner of both brands called in advisers to help speed up shop closure proceedings.

A Norfolk brewery is set to launch a new beer to celebrate a milestone for one of the UK’s

House prices have risen by an average of nearly £3,500 this month but Norfolk estate agents remain gloomy – blaming Brexit for low activity.

A thriving brewery build in a former sawmill near Diss is set to open its own on-site Tap Room.

The owner of an Indian restaurant in Brundall has been ordered to clear all goods from the premises within 14 days.

Lotus Cars has announced its first all-new sports car in more than a decade, which is set to become the first all-electric hypercar from a British manufacturer.

Heads of some of the main tourist attractions in the region are hoping for a welcome boost from the weather with temperatures forecast to reach up to 21 degrees this weekend.

A national retailer is shutting its shop on Dereham High Street and moving to another premises within the town.

An independent butchers shop near Norwich has been saved after being taken on by a local cattle farming family.

A new business is capitalising on the burgeoning electric vehicle market by being the first in the UK to offer all-terrain electric motorbikes hire.

As the owner of Lowestoft Magistrates’ Court asks for the public’s input on its future, readers have been having their say on its replacement.

Does the Church back new changes which put an ‘end to the blame game’ allowing people to split up without accusing the other person of wrongdoing?

Uncertainty over Brexit has led a Norfolk commercial tulip grower to begin to stockpile bulbs imported from the Netherlands.

If you said you’d seen a hare with antlers, they’d probably say you’d had a few.

With Norwich City on the brink of promotion to the Premier League the region’s marketing engine has gone into overdrive.

With Debenhams now entering administration, James Walker of Resolver talks about how to protect yourself against losing out to high street companies gone bust.

One of Norfolk’s business success stories that runs operations as far afield as Europe, Australia and New Zealand from its head office in Diss has celebrated its 40th anniversary.

The firm behind a luxury city hotel owes almost £900,000 and has been reported to the regulator over unpaid staff pension contributions.

This week, our reader wants to know how she and her partner can recieve tax benefits if only one of them is working. Carl Lamb of Almary Green responds.

The landlord of CAMRA’s Norfolk pub of the year explains how he helped The Leopard change its spots.

Keen shoppers looking to find the perfect bargain will soon have a new charity superstore to browse around.

A businessman wants the public to put forward their suggestions for the redevelopment of a town’s former magistrates’ court.

A popular tearoom which was forced to close last month has re-opened under new management.

A well known Norfolk business has pledged its support for an Easter raceday event.

One of the region’s largest employers has announced it is renewing its ‘mid-life MOT’ programme much to the delight of its government backers.

A former Norwich hair salon could be converted into Norfolk’s “first” Islamic cultural centre.

Warhammer and fantasy miniatures company Games Workshop is set to post another stellar trading update.

A conservatory firm which collapsed with £760,000 of debt is being chased for thousands of pounds by customers.

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