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Norman Lamb

Campaigners have described transport links at a north Norfolk railway station as “dreadful, frustrating, and appalling” as new figures reveal it gained 10,000 passengers over the past year.

The owners of a newly-reopened north Norfolk fishmongers have said they hope to be in business in “50 years and beyond”.


Two leading figures in Norfolk and Suffolk’s tourism and hospitality scene have been appointed to head up a body promoting the region on the national and international stage.


A popular Christmas song inspires finance columnist, Peter Sharkey, to look at what investment has been like in 2018.

The Week In Numbers with Peter Sharkey

Content has become one of those buzz-wordy sounding things that it is trendy to bash.

A businessman who invested millions to bring the boatyards of the Norfolk Broads into the modern day has sold his last remaining major site to focus on other projects.

Major retailers are ramping up contingency plans ahead of Brexit, as Joules announces it is setting up an EU distribution hub and ordering products early to protect against a possible hard deal.

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Employers’ increasing efforts to stamp out drink-driving after Christmas parties has been illustrated by a seasonal surge in self-test breathalyser sales, said a Norfolk manufacturer.


Hundreds more wind turbines could be built off the Norfolk and Suffolk coast, potentially bringing thousands of skilled jobs to the region.

North Norfolk’s C T Baker Group continues to be nominated and win awards.


Oyster Yachts has marked the opening of its new in-house facility for moulding hulls, which has created 23 new jobs.


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Friday, November 30, 2018

Living for today doesn’t pay the bills, says Peter Sharkey – but you can make your money work for you.

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Friday, November 23, 2018

In this week’s financial column, Peter Sharkey explains why it’s so easy to spend too much on fees when you’re investing – and how to reduce these costs.

The Week In Numbers with Peter Sharkey

The first gas from a Southern North Sea field to flow into Norfolk has arrived at Bacton.

An independent toy retailer has won an award for being one of the best of its kind in the country.


The revived Oyster Yachts has been praised by an MP for its “new lease of life” since being taken over.

Norman Lamb

Updated Costa opens new shop in North Walsham

Saturday, November 17, 2018

A north Norfolk town became the county’s latest location for a Costa Coffee shop today.

Barry Hester

Despite gaining attention from across the country, Norfolk textiles firm IzziRainey has chosen the Norfolk Christmas Fair in Titteshall as the event to launch its Christmas collection.

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One of Norfolk’s best-known retailers insists it is optimistic about the future, despite being squeezed by rising costs.

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A new petrol station in a north Norfolk town – the first in 10 years – has welcomed more than 30,000 motorists in the first six months since it opened.

Artisan manufacturer Bray’s Cottage Pork Pies has received a cheque for £1,000 from Kettle Foods having won the crisp company’s mentoring prize at the North Norfolk Food and Drink Festival.


The boss of a major Norfolk wine company has warned that a little-publicised tax change in the Budget could push up the price of wine.

It started with an ambitious dream to bring the world of theatre to the doorsteps of children in rural north Norfolk.

Aylsham High School

High street giant Marks & Spencer has surprised the market by reporting higher profit figures than expected - despite seeing a decline in sales and revenue.

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A conference to help small businesses improve their social media skills is set to be held in a north Norfolk hotel.

A Norfolk outdoor education centre is gearing up for a bumper year, with 2019 bookings already at a record level.


North Norfolk’s MP has called into question the district council’s decision to press ahead with plans to spend more than £2m on a controversial business zone targeted at the offshore energy sector.

Richard Price

A restaurant in Norfolk, which has been praised for its homemade pies, has featured in a top pubs to visit list.

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Friday, October 26, 2018

Raiding pensions provide Chancellors with easy money, says Peter Sharkey, but it’s much more difficult for them to pilfer from your ISA.

The Week In Numbers with Peter Sharkey

Growing fishing tackle retailer Angling Direct is set to turbo-charge its expansion plans after raising £20m from investors.

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