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Employers in South Norfolk have backed a new initiative to support young people into work.

Plans to remove a sports pitch from a town's leisure centre to make room for more parking have been recommended for approval by council officers.

A dog centre in Norfolk is celebrating its first birthday by hosting a Crufts style pooch pageant, with titles including "waggiest tail" and "best fancy dress" up for grabs.

The owners of a popular Norfolk bistro said they are stepping down "with heavy hearts" after a difficult year behind the scenes.

Major Norfolk employer Kier has announced it is looking to sell some of its divisions, putting 1,200 jobs on the line.

An award-winning Norfolk brewery has closed blaming a boom in the number of microbreweries that has left the market saturated.

People in a Norfolk town said older residents would be left without access to vital services when their local Post Office closes in August.

Billions of pounds are being invested and thousands of highly skilled jobs are being created in our region through the burgeoning offshore energy industry. But would employment and business in Norfolk and Waveney really be boosted, or would overseas companies and workers be the real winners? DANIEL BENNETT reports...

Lotus has announced 200 new jobs as it celebrates a "resurgence" in its brand.

As supermarket chains announce pledges to halve food waste by 2030, reporter JESSICA FRANK-KEYES finds out what Norfolk's businesses are doing to tackle the 10.2 million tonnes of food the UK wastes each year.

Supermarkets and retailers are set to join forces to slash food waste across the UK, ahead of the introduction of ambitious government targets to tackle the "moral scandal" of the 10.2m tonnes of food thrown away in Britain every year.

The owner of Norfolk crisp manufacturer Kettle Foods has refused to comment on "rumours or speculation" that the brand will be sold.

Two Norfolk schools have made the final cut in one of the education industry's most well regarded awards.

An internationally acclaimed rose centre in Attleborough is hoping for an even sweeter smell of success after opening its £750,000 expansion.

A Norfolk stately home, once the base of Lotus Formula One cars, is opening a new tearoom and office space for firms who want to work in opulence.

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

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

Norwich and Norfolk Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) has announced its winner for the 'pub of the year' award.

Forensic expert Diane Ivory worked on some of Britain's biggest murder cases but now her job no longer gives her nightmares.

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Norfolk drivers have suffered the highest hike in diesel prices in the past month compared with any other place in the country.

Acid attack victims will be saved from blindness and life-changing burns as a result of a Norwich innovation.

A Chinese food firm given £600,000 of public cash to transform an empty warehouse into a dumpling factory has blamed Brexit for never completing the project.

Lidl has launched its Too Good To Waste boxes nationwide with 5kg of fruit and vegetables for just £1.50.

Several small businesses in Breckland have been given a cash boost after winning a share of a £100,000 grant fund.

Breckland Council

For Peter Sharkey, an informative journey on the East Anglian Express was a good chance for a financial chat.

Peter Sharkey

A Norfolk village shop that stocks a range of tipples that puts many supermarkets to shame has been named the best off licence in the country.

Post Office

A conservatory firm has collapsed leaving hundreds of thousands of pounds in debt.

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Plans to remove a sports pitch from a town's leisure centre to make room for more parking have been recommended for approval by council officers.

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Mon, 15:01

The owners of a popular Norfolk bistro said they are stepping down "with heavy hearts" after a difficult year behind the scenes.

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