Yesterday, 15:26

A list of villages in Norfolk set for a fibre broadband network has been revealed.

Business leaders have raised questions over a parking trial aimed at boosting business in a market town.


Time limits could be introduced at a busy car park in a bid to boost business in a market town.

Pilots, chief executives and air traffic controllers are just some of the highest paying jobs in the UK in 2019.

The owner of a family restaurant which closed after thirty years has blamed the business' failure on Brexit.


A 32-foot swimming pool and massage parlour for dogs is set to open - and owners can join their pets for a dip.


The best beers in East Anglia have been revealed, with brews from Norfolk and Suffolk among the winners.

From a pommel horse to hymn books, school chairs and Bunsen burners, the entire contents of a former Norfolk boarding school has gone under the hammer in a silent auction.

Watchdogs have warned Norfolk people to watch out for a scam, with con artists claiming to be from BT to trick them into giving out bank details.

Ultra-fast broadband is coming to nine Norfolk towns following a trial by BT Openreach.


A Norfolk toy firm which supplies more than 3m products world-wide reckons its success is down to the appeal of traditional games that entice children away from gadgets.

The owner of a country pub and restaurant has said a downturn in trade and the rise of takeaways has left him no choice but to wind down and close.

Everyone would love to earn a bit more money - and these jobs all come with an impressive pay packet and are based right here in Norfolk.

The first of Greater Anglia's new Inter City trains between Norwich and London has made its inaugural journey with passengers.

A Norfolk family found themselves on BBC2 on Christmas Eve as they stacked shelves with business titan Deborah Meaden.

Savers in the East of England typically put away more cash in 2019 than they did last year - but they are still saving less than national average, according to research.

A nurse has been fined £100 after parking for less than five minutes in a town car park.


Water bills in our region should be cut by 10.5pc over the next five years, watchdogs have said.


The chain in charge of a village pub has vowed to "completely revamp" the venue before it reopens next year.

The search is on to find someone to run the only climbing wall in South Norfolk, as the charity behind the facility prepares to take a step back.

The chaotic roll-out of new trains in the region has taken a fresh twist, with the next wave of 111 vehicles postponed to "complete software development".

Hard-pressed train passengers have been dealt another blow, with Greater Anglia axing a host of its early morning catering services on the Norwich to London line in the New Year.

Cold callers have been trying to con people in Norfolk about 'recent car accidents'.

The man behind Norfolk and Suffolk's newest pub chain has vowed to take over 30 venues next year with his brand of "family entertainment".

The hunt is on for someone to take over a village post office, after the current postmaster announced he intends to step down.

Millions of pounds needs to be spent to make sure that thousands of new homes and businesses around Norfolk have enough electricity.

It was an unusual setting for Raymond Briggs' classic tale The Snowman when it launched at Banham Zoo. And bosses even managed to create some extra winter magic.

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