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A beauty salon in Hopton is offering free waxes to women who have booked a smear test.

It’s a long way from NASA but a Norfolk field could provide the launch pad for a rocket made by a man hoping to train people to go to ‘infinity and beyond.’

A train station snack bar that hit the buffers due to a lack of passenger trade is set to re-open.

The British car industry has been dealt a blow as it was announced that Honda will move its production out of the UK resulting in 3,500 job losses.

For those who dream of a church wedding without the white, lacy frills, a new venue in Norwich could be the perfect place to say ‘I do’.

The manager of a mid-Norfolk sports shop has confirmed that it will be closing next month.

BrewDog in Norwich has launched a ‘Desk Dog’ initiative, allowing members of the public to work out of the venue on weekdays.

The owner of one of Great Yarmouth’s busiest weekend nightspots is looking for new people to re-launch the venue.

The way people work is in constant flux – so is this the future of the office in Norwich?

A deal which will breathe new life into the former site of a coastal town’s highest rated café is expected to be struck this week.

A high street store has been revamped with larger menswear and electrical departments, new floors, weekly promotions and a brand new toy department.

A Norfolk holiday company is celebrating 75 years in the county by delving into its archives and sharing vintage photographs of tourists.

Greater Anglia are amongst several rail providers reporting problems with pre-paid ticket collection machines this morning.

A herbs and spices farm in a village near Eye is hoping to build a brand new factory complex spanning 30,000sqm – a move which could create dozens of new jobs.

Bakery chain Greggs is on a vegan roll after a surge in customers through its doors.

A former buyer for Harrods and Tesco, Kate Tansley is now spearheading Norwich’s 227-year-old beloved children’s shoe firm as its first-ever female boss.

A run-down Golden Triangle home has been transformed into a stunner after being snapped up at auction.

A new city centre boutique hotel and spa could take a step forward, after a call was issued for operators to take it on.

Waveney River Centre has announced that it will be offering luxury boating holidays, starting in Easter.

What will the homes of the future look like – and how will the way we buy and sell property in Norfolk evolve?

Steve Heapy would like to see an increase in the number of flights from the Essex airport to key destinations in the Mediterranean.

Angling Direct, the largest specialist fishing tackle and equipment retailer in the UK, is expecting full year revenue to soar to £42m.

One of East Anglia’s most prolific convenience store retailers, McColl’s, has reported a sharp drop in profits.

The organiser of the “shambolic” Fortnite Live gaming festival said he would love the event to return next year and added comparisons to the Fyre Festival were “harsh”.

The first big play structure to be built at BeWilderwood in five years has opened just in time for the half-term break.

Flights out of Norwich Airport to Aberdeen will go ahead as normal despite the aircraft provider going into administration.

Organisers behind a Fortnite Live gaming festival described as “shambolic” and “like Fyre Festival” have insisted their event has been a “huge hit”.

A highly-anticipated gaming festival has left hundreds of families with young children angered and disappointed after finding hour-long queues and “rubbish” activities at the event.

An inaugural awards show has celebrated the variety and success of businesses in the south of Norfolk.

Insurance giant Aviva is at the forefront of a revolution in the way big business supports charities, according to one of the firm’s bosses.

Owners say they hope their restaurant and hotel will bring something different to the Lowestoft area.

After more than six months of waiting a Norfolk town has finally welcomed back a post office to its high street.

An historic East Anglian auctioneer and land agent said it was “delighted” with its new look as it launched a major rebrand.

The UK’s largest gym operator is to open another fitness centre in Norwich.

Investing in uncertain times can pay longer-term dividends, says financial columnist Peter Sharkey.

A Fakenham based lighting business which supplies over 30 jobs to the local area is celebrating its 30 year anniversary.

The future of the Patisserie Valerie cafes looks set to be secure after the cake chain was bought out of administration.

An award-winning Norwich musician has been left out of pocket after her platform was unable to pay her.

Two new tipples ‘ice cider’ and ‘spicy fire cider vinegar’ made by the Harleston Cider Co have just scooped an award.

Employers need to do more to help women in the workplace who are experiencing problems as a result of the menopause.

A pub in the heart of the Norwich’s Golden Triangle has been brought back to life by a renovation five months after it closed.

The most expensive house to come on the market in Norfolk, not on a country estate, is for sale again.

With ‘off-road’ ale trails and new pubs, the ninth City of Ale festival has been announced after organisers hosted their first meeting of the year.

Two new shops could open in Gorleston high street after plans were submitted to convert a former florist into separate stores.

A shop which has been selling workwear for more than one hundred years is in line for a move.

A food enthusiast who spent years selling food at music festivals is to turn a former delicatessen in Harleston into a café specialising in vegan food.

A popular pastry which caused debate across the nation is finally coming to Lowestoft.

In just a few years, our high streets have evolved rapidly. Lauren Cope looks at what Norwich’s might be like in the future.

A Baptist chapel in Brooke went under the hammer at auction today for £189,000, over the guide price of £125,000-£150,000.

Students were given a chance to try some of Norfolk’s own tipples as brewers gave out free samples.

Easter trading is likely to be “severely impacted” by a £1m+ project to replace Sheringham’s railway platform, according to the town’s chamber.

A playful pair of serval kittens are the latest, and cutest, new addition to a Suffolk zoo’s big cat family.

Sixth formers from four local high schools are getting some vital work experience at a law firm – being asked to do a lot more than just make the tea.

The co-owner of a popular second hand shop has confirmed the store will close by the end of the week.

Over commercialised? Too soppy? No way – it seems romance is still in the air with Valentine shoppers giving Cupid the thumbs up.

Home owners want to move but a shortage of buyers because of Brexit is causing the property market to stall.

Cinemas in Norwich are battling to the bottom as the city’s largest entertainers slash ticket prices in an attempt to compete with streaming services like Netflix.

Norwich’s nightlife is evolving because it must, bar and club owners say. As part of our focus on the future of Norwich, Sabrina Johnson reports.

Breakthrough research taking place in Norwich has found the cure to short mobile battery life, over-heating handsets and expensive contracts.

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