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Morston based sailing school Norfolketc is looking forward to a record season. Picture: TIM PLATT

A sailing school is looking forward to a record season with many courses nearly full for the summer.

Andrew Pinder (left) and Alan O�Neill with the CHPV drone. Picture: Julian Claxton

A specialist photography and filming company is ready for take-off into the world of drones as it adds to its services for the offshore energy industry.

Lowestoft
CT Baker Group director Duncan Baker (far left) at a presentation ceremony for the company's charties of the year which saw a record £20,000 donated to good causes. Picture: CT BAKER.

A record sum has been donated to good causes by a north Norfolk retailer thanks to the generosity of shoppers and staff.

Michael Baker
Mark Wright, who used to work for RBS, said he repeatedly tried to raise concerns when there. Photo: Danny Lawson/PA Wire

It cost him his job, mental health and future finances, but a former RBS manager says he is still trying to get answers about alleged wrongdoing he raised with the taxpayer-owned bank.

Norman Lamb
Budgens in Cromer. Picture: Google Street View

One of Cromer’s busiest stores could be closed for more than two months, it has emerged.

Post Office
Capricorn Campers fleet of motorhomes and campervans. Picture: Capricorn Campers.

A motorhome rental firm has invested in two new vehicles after securing funding to help expand its business.

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Bus in North Walsham.
PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY

Tweets giving out false information from Sanders Coaches - claiming they are on strike - have been reported to Twitter.

Charles Sanders
A computer generated image of the development proposed on the site of the former Shannocks Hotel in Sheringham. Picture: Lucas Hickman Smith

New plans have been unveiled to transform a derelict hotel at the centre of the seafront in one of north Norfolk’s holiday hotspots into a “vibrant, forward-looking building”.

Sea Challenger from A2Sea installing turbines at the Dudgeon offshore wind farm. Picture: Roar Lindefjeld/Woldcam - Statoil.

The first power has been received from the Dudgeon offshore wind farm, just a month after the first turbine was installed.

Europe
Cadogan Road car park in Cromer. Picture: ALLY McGILVRAY

A council driving ahead with controversial plans to build a hotel on a popular seaside car park has confirmed it could take over management of other town centre spaces.

Norwich and Peterborough Building Society in Peterborough. Picture: Mark Bickerdike/Norwich and Peterborough Building Society.

The boss of Norwich and Peterborough Building Society has said it is in other banks’ interests to help its customers switch accounts – despite it not being a member of the industry’s seven-day switch scheme.

Norwich
The Norwich and Peterborough branch in North Walsham. Picture: ALEX HURRELL

A building society revealed it has no plans to sign up to a government scheme to help customers switch their current accounts - despite proposals to close them.

Norwich
George Crawley (Director of Playing for Cake) on the left, Mandy Beresford (Community Respiratory Nurse Specialist & Clinical Team Lead - Pulmonary Rehabilitation and Chair of the Sheringham Breathe Easy Support Group) and Tina Blaber-Wegg.

Inspired by a friend’s illness a duo launched a community interest company (CIC) which uses music to improve health and wellbeing.

Sheringham
Mark Pendlington speaking at the official opening of the new University Centre at the College of West Anglia. Picture: Ian Burt

The region’s local enterprise partnership has been awarded an additional £69m from government to improve infrastructure and skills, and support small businesses and innovation.

United Kingdom
The company behind East Anglian radio stations including The Beach, Radio Norwich and North Norfolk has changed hands. Photo: Steve Adams.  Copyright: Archant Norfolk

The company behind East Anglian radio stations including The Beach, Radio Norwich and North Norfolk has changed hands.

North Norfolk
A Travelodge could be built on the site of Cadogan Road car park in Cromer. Picture: Ben Phillips/Google Streetview

District council set to approve plans for hotel development on Cadogan Road car park.

Norfolk District Council
The Yarmouth branch of the Norwich and Peterborough Building Society.
Photo: Simon Finlay
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Worried customers claim they have been unable to move their current accounts after their building society announced plans to close them.

Peterborough
Norwich and Peterborough Building Society in Peterborough. Picture: Mark Bickerdike/Norwich and Peterborough Building Society.

The name of Norwich and Peterborough Building Society is to disappear from the high street, under plans announced by its owners today.

Peterborough
Beeston Group managing director Timothy Hay at Mundesley Holiday Village  . 

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Brexit and a plunging pound have been credited with boosting a multi-million holiday home development.

United Kingdom
Galton Blackiston at Morston Hall. Photo:IAN BURT Copy:Jon Welch For:EDP Centro EDP pics © 2005   (01603)772434

One of north Norfolk’s top restaurants has been confirmed as one of the best places to eat in the country.

Cromer crematorium is the first in north Norfolk and is set to open on January 16.

The first funeral is set to take place at the new crematorium in Cromer next week, it has been confirmed.

David Pritchard
One of last year's Blakeney seal pups. Picture JUSTIN MINNS

A nature reserve in north Norfolk is offering outdoor enthusiasts the chance of a “dream job”.

National Trust
Mentor Carla Daniels from Lovewell Blake (left) with NWHS student mentees (from left) Carly Meizner, Harleigh Byers and Marcia Pegg. Picture: ANDY NEWMAN

Norfolk initiative has been emulated across the UK and now more business people are invited to take part.

North Walsham High School
Jon Hayman, right, with PC Simple company director Clive Sanham, is setting up a wi-fi zone in Sheringham town centre. Picture: ARCHANT

It is already a premier seaside resort – but now Sheringham is set to become an internet hot spot with the launch of free wi-fi across the town centre.

We think this picture was taken at the opening of Budgens in Cromer in 2008 - do you recognise anyone?

Store chiefs revealed the move would safeguard local jobs.

Post Office
There are delays to journeys between North Walsham and Sheringham after a signalling problem emerged. Picture: James Bass

The North Norfolk Labour Party made the claim following a protest against a further increase in fares at North Walsham station, on the Bittern Line between Sheringham and Norwich, this morning (Tuesday).

Stephen Burke
No phone signal. 
PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY

Action is being promised in the new year to secure improved mobile phone coverage from service providers.

Marie Strong
Cromer Mayor Tim Adams, left, and Chamber of Trade President Gary Dickenson, right, with Philip Search at Henry's. Picture: DAVE HUBBA ROBERTS

It is regarded as the gem of the Norfolk coast and is a popular destination for visitors in the summer.

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Yesterday, 19:25
North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb pictured at the unveiling of a new defribrillator at Mundesley Coastwatch Station. Picture: MARIE GREER

Former health minister Norman Lamb has criticised plans to remove beds from healthcare units in north Norfolk.

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Yesterday, 08:00
Cadogan Road car park in Cromer. Picture: ALLY McGILVRAY

A Cromer councillor has spoken out against his own authority over plans to build a hotel on one of the town’s prized car parks.

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Yesterday, 13:00
Ian Pummell and Jon Starling of Starlings Toy Master

Staff at one of the county’s oldest toy retailers is celebrating today after scooping a prestigious industry award.

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Yesterday, 11:15
Cromer skatepark hosted the carnival skateboard competition, with scooters, skaters and BMXers all taking part. Pictures: ALLY McGILVRAY

It was one of the last wishes of a dying woman and took a community effort to get off the ground.

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Yesterday, 11:15
Benjamin Court in Cromer. Picture: Colin Finch

Uncertainty surrounds the future of healthcare units in north Norfolk after health chiefs revealed plans to remove patient beds.

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