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Saturday, January 25, 2020

The owner of a Norfolk gallery is retiring and selling up but with poignant memories after his artist wife passed away.

A shop owner is hanging up her 1940s attire for good, putting the premises up for sale for £155,000.

A former hotel and wedding venue which closed at the end of last year has gone up for sale.

Gunton Arms owner Ivor Braka is preparing to reopen a rural north Norfolk pub later in the year after a £1m revamp.

Couples who lost their weddings due to the closure of a Norfolk venue are being offered a £2,000 discount at a nearby hotel.

HMRC has been accused of "gross incompetence" having incorrectly fined a Norfolk business for late tax returns - despite the deadline being in a fortnight.

A much-missed restaurant could be heading back to a north Norfolk town.

Holt

Everyone would love to earn a bit more money - and these jobs all come with an impressive pay packet and are based right here in Norfolk.

People in a north Norfolk village are hoping to put the heart back into their community by opening a new not-for-profit shop.

A historic Norfolk hotel and restaurant has changed its opening hours with bosses vowing to "concentrate on what we do best".

Hopes that a once popular coastal pub could reopen have been dashed after it emerged that no interested buyers had been found for it.

When it comes to pubs in Norfolk, we're spoilt for choice - and sometimes it can be hard to chose where to visit.

A north Norfolk hotel business and property is being sold by its owner after 40 years for £1.1 million.

It is an almost century-old business born out of a wartime love affair with Norfolk.

A man has become the first of 70 customers to receive a silver envelope containing a gift card to celebrate a family business' 250th year of trading.

From demanding jobs to complex family dynamics and health worries, plenty of us have reason to feel under pressure.

The owner of a prominent Sheringham shop has decided to drastically downsize after 33 years of trading, claiming the changing face of the high street and rising overheads have made running an independent business "unsustainable".

The first of Greater Anglia's new Inter City trains between Norwich and London has made its inaugural journey with passengers.

Almost 1,500 people will be refunded for pre-paid meals bought through Groupon after a hotel in Mundesley ceased trading.

An historic former cottage hospital with planning permission for conversion to eight apartments is going under the hammer.

An historic former cottage hospital with planning permission for conversion to eight apartments is going under the hammer.

A major project to replace ageing gas mains in North Walsham that will see some interruptions to supply starts on Monday, January 6.

North Walsham

A family that has been a part of Cromer for decades has been honoured by a new falafel bar in the seaside town.

Rail fares for Greater Anglia train passengers have gone up by an average of 2.6pc from today - and some season ticket holders in Norfolk have seen even higher increases.

A family run store in Holt is marking its 250-year anniversary of trading in the Georgian town with a 'golden giveaway'.

Savers in the East of England typically put away more cash in 2019 than they did last year - but they are still saving less than national average, according to research.

A new café could open in the building of a former chemical shop in north Norfolk.

Hoveton

Mince pies are as much a part of Christmas cuisine as the pigs in blankets you put away and the sprouts you push to the side of your plate.

Fakenham

A Norfolk town has fought back against high street decline and drastically reduced empty shops from 14 to just three.

Business leaders have slammed disruption to train services, describing the region's rail infrastructure as "not fit for purpose".

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