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A new spiritual shop which says it sells gifts for the “mind, body and soul” is opening in Wymondham in the home of an old pub.

A factory being built at the Norfolk HQ of Lotus means the firm can triple its car production.

Beleaguered tourism businesses hoping for a half-term boost are braced for lower numbers with tourists from parts of the country with higher levels of coronavirus being asked not to travel.

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A husband and wife have bought a Norfolk garden centre and are planning to reopen it on October 31.

A Norfolk heritage railway is preparing to make major renovations to its track and rolling stock after receiving a “lifeline” cash-boost from the government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund.

A 16th century house in one of Norwich’s oldest streets topped the list of the most expensive sold in the county in August.

Concerns have been raised by a village community about plans to build an agricultural feed mill which they fear will create “worry, stress and anxiety” for residents.

Norfolk’s oldest pet and garden shop has taken on its “biggest project” since it launched 84 years ago, with a new store opening next year.

A countryside retreat where visitors can camp in wild surroundings has unveiled plans to expand.

A Norfolk musician has written an open letter making an impassioned appeal for more help to save the live music industry.

A village pub is set reopen six weeks after flooding which caused thousands of pounds in damages forced them to close.

A micro-pub in north Norfolk has enjoyed double success in an awards ceremony celebrating real ale.

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A financial planner has filed for liquidation – with creditors owed in excess of £213,000 according to its latest accounts.

People should work from home if they can, government ministers have said, ahead of Boris Johnson’s televised address tonight over further restrictions to stop the spread of coronavirus.

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Lotus has released a new video of its all-electric hypercar being put through its paces at the Norfolk test track.

Green grocers and butchers are preparing for a second surge in demand if Covid-19 rules are tightened, after many shoppers returned to supermarkets when lockdown eased.

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Dozens of jobs look set to be saved after plans to build a fuel depot at a bustling business park were approved.

The boss of a Norfolk factory where 127 workers contracted Covid-19 says the company has installed safety measures which would rival those in the country’s best hospitals.

Attleborough

Banham Poultry is set to reopen its Norfolk factory after experiencing the county’s largest coronavirus outbreak.

Attleborough

There could be light at the end of the lockdown tunnel as the Prime Minister has revealed life could get “much closer to normal” by Christmas.

The Prime Minister has added detail to plans to be introduced from next week to prevent a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic.

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The government is looking at imposing a nationwide curfew in the coming days in a bid to control the rise of the coronavirus infection rate.

Coronavirus in Norfolk

Parts of the region’s multi-billion pound tourism industry could crumble in the coming months, bosses have warned - despite seeing an all-time record year in 2019.

The Banham Poultry coronavirus outbreak has been contained, council leaders have said, saying this is “not an occasion for panic”.

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A mother-of-two with a passion for baking has started her very own luxury dessert business, bringing “homemade tasty treats” to your doorstep.

Thetford

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The Chancellor could make swathing changes to pension tax relief in November, says finance expert Peter Sharkey.

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Norfolk sportscar firm Lotus has declared its new Evija hypercar will be better by using its own expanded workforce.

Contact tracing has only been completed in half the cases of Banham Poultry workers who tested positive for coronavirus, the county’s public health director revealed on Tuesday.

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A popular cattery has reopened with new owners in charge of the business.

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