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A pub and restuarant has walked away with top honours at a business awards staged online during the coronvavirus pandemic.

A former chef who lost his job during the pandemic has found himself with a burgeoning bakery business just three months after launching.

Beleaguered tourism businesses hoping for a half-term boost are braced for lower numbers with tourists from parts of the country with higher levels of coronavirus being asked not to travel.

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Six permanent jobs have been lost at a seaside racecourse after a whole season of racing behind closed doors.

A nightclub owner who has told of his heartbreak and frustration after clubbing stopped due to Covid-19 fears the business will not survive beyond January.

A coastal theatre will be opening for an unexpected Christmas season after a government grant offered a last-minute “lifeline”.

An historic brewery is welcoming visitors through its digital doors via a new virtual experience.

A pub on the coast is looking back to its roots after reopening under new management.


Gathered on the staircase proudly holding aloft their trophies, it is picture that is impossible in the current Covid-19 climate.

Jobs could be on the line in Norfolk after pub chain Marston’s announced it was axing 2,000 jobs.

Closing down signs have been put up in Edinburgh Woollen Mill and Peacocks stores across Norfolk.

A cat cafe where animal lovers can stroke and chat to feline friends is hoping to expand by moving to a new and bigger home.

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A former spray shop in Great Yarmouth is set for a new lease of life as a personal training studio.

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The owners of a popular American-style burger restaurant have hailed the “phenomenal” success of its vintage trailer outside a derelict pub.

Shopping online may be quick and easy but there is the postage, and you do not get to have a chat with your favourite shopkeeper who knows exactly what you want, and often has it bagged up ready for when you come in.

As coronavirus restrictions continue to “make life difficult” for pubs and bars - landlords along one coastal high street are pulling together to make the best of a bad situation,

A Norfolk zoo has welcomed a female saltwater crocodile into its fold - and hopes she will breed with the resident male once spring arrives.

A woman who became “obsessed” with making the perfect lockdown pizza has set up her own restaurant-on-wheels - and plans to bring a bit of Italy to villages along the coast.

As summer recedes businesses in the hospitality and tourism sector are being invited to apply for grants to help them ‘winterise’ their trade.

A 16th century house in one of Norwich’s oldest streets topped the list of the most expensive sold in the county in August.

A 400-year-old pub in Great Yarmouth has finally reopened after the new landlord faced obstacles during the coronavirus lockdown.

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Bradley Fish reckons he has six or seven performers call him every day looking for work.

A nightclub is opening its doors for the first time since March on Saturday - but is making sure they’re firmly closed again by 10pm.

One of Britain’s oldest shoe shops, Clarks, with stores across Norfolk, is preparing to close stores for good.

Norfolk Live

Norfolk’s offshore energy sector has given Westminster a reality check after the Prime Minister announced the government’s intention to see the country’s homes powered by wind energy within 10 years.

More Covid-secure measures have been introduced at a Bernard Matthews factory in Suffolk after the number of coronavirus infections among the workforce rose again.


It was a case of business as usual for shoppers and traders on the coast, with everyone doing their bit to halt a rise in coronavirus cases.

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The way the UK does business with Europe changes from January 1, heralding a new start for the small and medium-sized companies. Let’s get businesses ready to take advantage of new opportunities...

A Norfolk musician has written an open letter making an impassioned appeal for more help to save the live music industry.

More banks in Norfolk could be set to close as TSB has announced it will shut 164 branches in the coming months.

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