John Lewis

Sharon Griffiths says seeing some of the Royal Family recycling clothes by wearing outfits from years ago is refreshing and something they have in common with her

Walkers crisps, frozen mash, children’s shoes, and wine from John Lewis are a few of the many items which are being recalled. Check the list and make sure you don’t have these products in your home.

A Norfolk marketing agency which represents some of the county’s biggest brands says it has its sights set on growth after completing a merger with a London counterpart.

Despite gaining attention from across the country, Norfolk textiles firm IzziRainey has chosen the Norfolk Christmas Fair in Titteshall as the event to launch its Christmas collection.

We look back over past John Lewis’s previous Christmas television advertisements and give you the chance to vote for your own favourite. Will Sir Elton get your vote or is your heart melted by Buster the Boxer?

You told us what you would like to see in the place of House of Fraser in Norwich.

It’s the second time that John Lewis has used Your Song in its Christmas campaign, but this time the store has gone straight to source and employed Sir Elton. But is it Christmassy enough? Let me sit on the roof, kick off the moss and let you know.

Tinnitus affects one in five people in the UK. Charlotte Smith-Jarvis talks to one Norfolk woman who says more needs to be done to support sufferers.

This year, Lynne won’t be cooking Christmas dinner - oh joy, oh bliss

Running is experiencing a huge renaissance across the UK with pensioners in particular lacing up their trainers and pounding the pavements. Nick Richards investigates the boom in older runners

Ad Feature How pension raids make ISAs more appealing

Friday, October 26, 2018

Raiding pensions provide Chancellors with easy money, says Peter Sharkey, but it’s much more difficult for them to pilfer from your ISA.

The fate of Debenhams is just the latest chapter in a story that has been playing out up and down the high street in recent years, writes business editor Mark Shields.

Alarm clocks are falling out of fashion while reusable coffee cups and Mulberry bags are on the rise thanks to Sir David Attenborough and the Duchess of Sussex respectively.

The most popular companies to work for in Britain have been revealed - including one with a Norwich link.

Womenswear chain Coast is the latest brand to collapse into administration, amid Britain’s high street crisis.

A new community cafe featuring reminiscence volunteers is being supported by Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust (NSFT).

A father who froze to death, a 23-year-old found dead near Carrow Road - in the last year homeless people have died in places from cemeteries to hostels - but no one is counting them.

Norfolk and Waveney’s cancer charity, Big C, has announced growth for its retail division, which includes 13 charity shops in towns and communities across the region.

A radio presenter in Norfolk received death threats after being mistaken for a French rapper of the same name accused of inciting racial hatred.

Four people arrested in connection with a robbery in Norwich have been charged.

University of East Anglia graduate Katie Fisher loves social psychology, so much so that she is crafting a career out of it.

Four people have been arrested after a knifepoint robbery in Norwich city centre.

A 25-year-old who first trod the catwalk in Norwich is hoping to break into the modelling industry by being involved at London Fashion Week.

Their bright colours and bewitching designs have coaxed people into walking all over Norwich to track them down.

But now fans of the GoGo leverets will be able to find all 164 in one place.

Keen to live in an affordable brand-new home? Looking for a modern home within an easy commute of London? City Park West in Chelmsford is the answer – and ideal for first-time buyers taking their first steps towards home ownership.

Ciscoes is one of the few places in Norwich which residents will tell you: “You *have* to go to.”

It was 140 years ago when a Norfolk farmer’s boy by the name of Robert was thinking about moving to Norwich and running a small general drapers shop.

Mums recommend their favourite breastfeeding friendly cafes

With the big day now here, Mark Armstrong tells you all the information you need to make sure your Run Norwich race plan goes off without any hitches

Sports Direct and Southern Trains have been named among the most improved brands by UK consumers.

An institute measuring customer satisfaction across UK businesses has warned the more difficult retail environment will make customer service more important in the coming years.

Our Canaries A-Z has reached M for Mohican and other hairstyles. Head of sport Chris Lakey takes a look at some who carried it off, and some who, er, didn’t...

More than 22,000 people descended on Earlham Park over spring bank holiday weekend for Lets Rock Norwich and Sunday Sessions.

New festival Sunday Sessions is to draw thousands of music lovers to Earlham Park in Norwich today. Simon Parkin takes at look at who will be taking to the stage at Sunday Sessions.

A mother has put out an appeal on social media after her baby daughter’s much-loved toy was lost on a shopping trip.

A Norfolk-based gifts and grooming firm has grown from a bedroom business to span the globe – caring for beards in Dubai and moustaches in Japan.

It has taken a mere two and a bit years but finally I’ve done it. Anyone out there who finds sewing tasks easy will probably find it difficult to understand how the relatively straightforward task of covering an oblong of foam cushion with a piece of material could take so long. Put simply, it was because I didn’t know what I was doing.

It’s had several months to establish itself, but how will we rate The Surrey?

Ten years ago today, Lee Hannant was fighting for his life after being seriously injured in a horror road crash.

Credit card details may have been stolen from runners after a security breach in a payment system used by several East Anglian races.

A retired TV film editor from Blofield is helping the NHS deliver better treatments for the future by championing health research.

Members of a North Walsham zumba group braved the cold and snow on Saturday as they took part in a 5km conga through the Norwich city centre.

In honour of British Pie Week 2018, we visited Flaming Galah’s The Aussie Pie Stop.

Police are appealing for help to trace the family of a 81-year-old homeless man who has died in hospital.

Against a backdrop of store closures, job cuts and insolvencies the retail sector headed into the festive period on choppy seas.

Shoppers are out and about today ready to hit the Boxing Day sales. Here’s when shops and shopping centres will be open.

An academy trust turned to the generosity of the Norwich community to make sure its pupils received a present from Santa.

The president of an In Bloom group has topped off his tenure by securing a gold award.

Architectural practice, Chaplin Farrant is the latest business to join a campaign bidding to make Norwich a dementia-friendly city by 2018, improving the lives of people living with dementia.

People across the city are getting in the festive spirit as Christmas draws closer, but perhaps none more so than the partners at John Lewis.

A celebratory ceremony was held as the final slab was cast on a new city centre student accommodation complex in Norwich.

Nwes, which has bases in Norwich, Great Yarmouth, King’s Lynn and Lowestoft, has created a short film called The Elves and the Shoemaker, which is based on the 1806 fairy tale of the same name.

A woman who was the victim of a horror crash which put her in hospital over Christmas has been reunited with the air ambulance crew who saved her life.

One reader believes the construction of new student accommodation is ruining the look of Norwich city centre.

Opinion David Hannant: My festive wish list to Farke Christmas

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

When we turn the calendar over on Friday and pinch punch our way around our friends and family, we will officially be into December.

Vanessa Trevelyan, Norwich Society Chair, says that the city has always been at the forefront of shopping innovation.

At least Alex Neil only left Carrow Road with a point this time.

The likes of Moz the Monster and Paddington may have stolen the hearts of youngsters this Christmas, but they are also signs of increased marketing spend which retailers feel will benefit the entire sector, a new report suggests.

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