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In recent years, cycling has become the country’s fastest-growing participation sport – but that popularity has attracted the big boys. Mark Shields reports on how one Future50 member has been evolving.

Monitoring the welfare of street lights might not sound like a thrilling job but a Norfolk company is working with Google to use cutting edge technology to help save councils money.

A Gorleston hydraulic equipment supplier has been bought by a national group.

Businesses in Great Yarmouth are being encouraged to sign up to an event to help shape a new economic strategy for the region.

Norwich

Great Yarmouth Borough Council is currently clearing a vacant commercial site it owns at South Denes as part of ongoing work to establish the Great Yarmouth Energy Park.

A wind industry veteran has joined the board of an expanding energy sector services group in Norfolk.

United Kingdom

Seabed Scour Control Systems Limited/SSCS Lifting invited BTEC Engineering second year students from East Norfolk Sixth Form College to visit their working site to experience and gather an understanding as to what is involved in the day to day operations of the company.

Sixth Form College

A Norfolk MP has called for the revival of a cross-party campaign group to push through vital upgrades to the A47 in the wake of two deaths on the road in recent days.

David Cameron

The Post Office in Stalham will be undergoing a major modernisation this month in a move to make the branch more accessible for residents.

Post Office

Attention to detail, good honest advice, and hard work - there are no short cuts to success in the hairdressing industry.

Leicester

Challenging trading conditions relating to the Brexit vote and last summer’s impromptu general election contributed to the collapse of an East Anglian furniture chain, a new report reveals.

United Kingdom

An energy operator is to extend the life of a gas field off the East Anglian coast with a £75m investment to drill a new well.

United Kingdom

The year is the 20th anniversary of Reedham-based Humpty Dumpty Brewery, and they are starting the celebrations with the launch of a new beer.

Work to build a landmark £7m headquarters for a major energy sector employer at Beacon Park in Gorleston has reached a key milestone with the company’s logo fixed onto the building today.

Trevor Wainwright

Port traffic in Great Yarmouth could be handled remotely and six jobs put at risk under a bid to transfer control to Liverpool.

United Kingdom

Britain’s offshore wind capacity could increase five-fold by the 2030s, cutting carbon emissions and saving on consumer bills, analysis suggests – with the Norfolk and Suffolk coast in a strong position to benefit.

British Sugar and Primark owner Associated British Foods (AB Foods) has cheered record festive sales at the low-cost fashion chain, but warned that sugar revenues would suffer from plunging prices.

European Union

Gleadell Agriculture has kicked off its 2018 exports campaign by loading the appropriately named MV Lord Nelson in Great Yarmouth with 25,000mt of feed barley.

Liverpool

Thinking of splashing out on a new boat or wondering how to spend that £250,000 burning a hole in your pocket?

London

A team leader at the Bradwell Foodstore has been appointed to a new role to help support communities across East Anglia.

A well known clothes shop in Great Yarmouth is open for business for the very last time today.

A well known clothes shop in Great Yarmouth is to close its doors for the final time at the weekend.

Great Yarmouth Borough Council

The factory and head office of failed furniture retailer Multiyork has attracted interest from a consortium which claims it wants to continue production and secure jobs at the site.

Ipswich

Fifty years of fancy dress and tricks are coming to an end as a landmark shop prepares for its final turn - a disappearing act.

London

A workplace wellbeing expert is set to speak to business leaders at a networking event.

Come to Great Yarmouth and have a great festive time exploring its attractions, shops, restaurants and shows - that is the message from a tourism chief.

Barry Coleman

The foreign crew of a ship who were not paid for six months have been able fly home in time for Christmas.

India

Some of the foreign crew of a ship who were not paid for six months have been able fly home in time for Christmas.

India

The struggles of the country’s second-largest care home operator is symptomatic of the challenges faced by the industry, the boss of a group bucking the trend has warned.

Care Quality Commission

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.

Great Yarmouth

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Police have confirmed more than 30 cars were vandalised in the North Yarmouth area over the weekend.

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Norfolk Police
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A boys’ haircut dubbed the ‘meet me at McDonalds’ has fallen foul of uniform rules at a Yarmouth high school

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Dumping six bags of rubbish next to a green recycling bin has cost a Gorleston man £150 in court and clear-up costs.

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One member of a gang who stole nitrous oxide canisters meant for “life saving” surgery has been jailed for more than two years.

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Norwich Crown Court
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When Karl Poundall saw how a Great Yarmouth seafront attraction was being blighted by rubbish he decided to take action as an eco-warrior instead of just moaning about the problem.

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Great Yarmouth Borough Council

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