The first big play structure to be built at BeWilderwood in five years has opened just in time for the half-term break.
Investing in uncertain times can pay longer-term dividends, says financial columnist Peter Sharkey.
Two new shops could open in Gorleston high street after plans were submitted to convert a former florist into separate stores.
A shop which has been selling workwear for more than one hundred years is in line for a move.
The co-owner of a popular second hand shop has confirmed the store will close by the end of the week.
With Valentine’s Day fast approaching we all hope to have secured a special gift for our loved one.
How do you fancy buying a property which has a graveyard in the front garden where villagers can still be buried?
The first 245ft blade for the new East Anglia ONE windfarm has been built.
The man behind a 30-year cinema empire which fell apart this week has said ‘a part of him has died’, despite an outpouring of public support.
Parking woes, competition from national chains and poor management are the main factors behind a bar closure - according to its owner.
Businesses in Norfolk and Suffolk looking to gain greater insight into physical and digital marketing are being offered a free information session, courtesy of Archant.
Finance columnist Peter Sharkey on why investing needn’t be too complicated.
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner it is time to embrace your romantic spirit and start planning how you and your loved one will spend the night.
News that two Hollywood cinemas are set to shut as the firm ceases trading has been met with disappointment from our readers, as well as, for many, a trip down memory lane.
Norfolk’s Hollywood cinema chain has fallen into administration with two of the three theatres closing immediately.
For many they are the best thing about a visit to Great Yarmouth with fans declaring them the tastiest in the land.
Disgruntled business owners have claimed roadworks being carried out next to the street they trade on have been “disastrous” for their dealings.
Backers of Great Yarmouth’s so-called tourism tax are poised to persuade levy payers to continue digging deep ahead of a crucial vote to see it start a second term.
A popular bakery which is believed to have been trading in a town for more than a century has suddenly closed.
A lovable therapy cat is set to offer endless amounts of affection and cuddles after its owner submitted plans to open a permanent cat cafe.
People living in a Norfolk town say they are “dismayed” after a bank announced its branch there will close.
A bank will close its branch in a Norfolk town, prompting concern among some of the residents.
Debenhams is accelerating its store closure programme, and is looking to close 20 stores this year.
Having your investments actively managed can pay dividends, says financial expert Pete Sharkey
There’s no doubt it is tough out there on the high street for shops struggling to make ends meet.
Retail giant Tesco is reportedly considering thousands of job losses as part of a bid to bring down costs.
The familiar taste of Paravanni’s ice cream is etched in to the memory of generations across the region.
Families eagerly awaiting their first trip to the coast this year will soon have a new £7.5m seafront hotel to try out.
Older homeowners have a solution for credit card quandary, says our financial columnist Peter Sharkey.
Organisers of the Maritime Festival in Great Yarmouth have confirmed the dates for this year’s fun-packed weekend.
A family have expressed their shock after finding their 11-month-old daughter with a laughing-gas canister in her mouth at a Norfolk holiday park.
Not one but two films featuring Great Yarmouth hit the big screen this year.
A man has been arrested in Great Yarmouth for drug-driving.
A former child abuse detective has lifted the lid on the trauma of delving into “harrowing” online images on a daily basis after it led him to develop PTSD.
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