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.
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.
The captain of an offshore supply vessel which has been stranded in Great Yarmouth since June 2016 has told how he and his crew have not received any wages in six months.
A group of new apprentices have joined the team at Great Yarmouth Borough Council, developing their professional skills and experience at a local authority which also has big plans for the future.
The decision to close a bank in Gorleston has been described as “another nail in the coffin of the high street”.
Great Yarmouth Ceilings is celebrating 40 years in the interiors industry.
A Norfolk boatyard has been boosted by a government scheme after receiving money back on its research costs.
The former BHS store building in Great Yarmouth is due to be auctioned off tomorrow.
The Gorleston NatWest branch closes on June 6 next year, with the bank saying only 68 customers visit it on a daily basis.
Six branches of Lloyds Bank and Halifax are to close across Norfolk and Suffolk as Lloyds Banking Group are set to axe almost 100 jobs in a move that unions have branded as “unnecessary”.
A student at East Norfolk Sixth Form College in Gorleston has started up her own pet accessory business.
Phone users could be streaming video and using their favourite apps in even the worst 4G ‘not-spots’ in Norfolk and Suffolk in 18 months time, according to Vodafone.
As a building it has gone through as many changes as the hundreds of showgirls and stars who have passed through its busy back stage.
It can provide renewable energy for the equivalent of up to 410,000 homes through its 67 offshore wind turbines.
Chronic skills shortages in construction and STEM subjects were addressed in the Budget with promises of funding to help training providers improve current practises and adjust to new ones.
East Anglia’s oil and gas industry could receive a “new lease of life” after the chancellor announced measures to make it easier for companies to exchange late-life assets.
A renewable energy expert has welcomed a decision by one of the East of England’s biggest ports to focus on the offshore wind industry in a new expansion project – which it has emerged could top £30m.
Great Yarmouth will this week find out whether its long-awaited third river crossing has been deemed worthy of Westminster backing in the Autumn Budget.
A leading global supply base operator with a significant presence in Great Yarmouth is celebrating its milestone 50th anniversary.
Further expansion at one of East Anglia’s biggest ports could be on the cards to accommodate the region’s fast-growing offshore wind sector.
The former BHS store building in Great Yarmouth is to be auctioned off, with a guide price of up to £700,000.
Great Yarmouth’s Business of the Decade will be announced this Friday night at the glittering trophy presentation ceremony for the Spirit of Enterprise Awards.
A funeral business has undergone training to enable their workers to better help customers living with dementia.
For many in the theatre business, pantomime season represents a rollercoaster of exhilaration and exhaustion.
Offshore services company 3Sun has invested more than £1.4m in staff training to meet existing and future contracts.
A Norfolk law firm has pledged its support for a campaign to help nine UK charities.
Figures show Great Yarmouth’s CCTV system led to 519 arrests with a total of 2,404 incidents responded to by the team between April 2016 and March this year.
High street rental values in market towns across Norfolk and Suffolk have fallen dramatically over the past decade as out-of-town shopping and the internet have taken their toll.
A ceiling installation firm has taken on apprentices for the first time in 15 years as it aims to fill a skills shortage.
A civil servant charged with forging links between businesses and the community in Great Yarmouth has been granted a second year to continue his projects.
Snow and ice proved no deterrent to early morning coffee drinkers at Great Yarmouth’s refurbished Troll Cart pub this morning.
A fly-tipper has been named and shamed by the council who prosecuted her for dumping a settee by a block of flats in Gorleston.
Two girls were threatened with what is believed to be a knife by a man as they were by the James Paget University Hospital.
These images show a women brazenly letting her dog make a mess in shop doorways.
The new owner of a popular family attraction in the heart of the Norfolk Broads has a special affection for the park and plans to build on its successful formula.
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