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Saturday, May 23, 2020
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Two Norfolk hotels have stopped trading after a major hotel and travel company collapsed.

The boss of one of Norfolk’s oldest tourist attractions has revealed a new ride bought for summer 2020 remains unbuilt because of coronavirus.

The Government has announced an unprecedented package of support to protect jobs and support business across the UK during the coronavirus outbreak.

Thousands of people in parts of Norfolk still have among the worst broadband speeds in the country, new figures have revealed.

Pubs and restaurants across the county have tentatively agreed with guidance submitted to government on how the hospitality sector should reopen.

A Bernard Matthews worker was suspended for wearing a face mask and then sacked when he vented his anger on Facebook.

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A major windfarm development planned off the Norfolk coast has been told it may be delayed by up to five months.

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A popular spot on the north Norfolk coast has been chosen as the place cabling would come ashore should plans to expand two wind farms be approved.

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The number of people claiming unemployment benefits in Norfolk was nearly double the rate it was a year ago according to figures released this week.

Chocoholics can now have parcels full of sweet treats delivered direct to their door.

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Watchdogs have revealed the ways con artists have been trying to scam people in Norfolk during the coronavirus pandemic.

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To open or not to open - this is the moral dilemma faced by many Cromer businesses as the nation enters a more “relaxed” phase of lockdown.

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Campsite owners in Norfolk are geared up to adapt their businesses to keep customers safe as they keep their fingers crossed for a summer reopening.

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Norfolk-born and educated inventor Sir James Dyson has topped the Sunday Times Rich List for the first time after increasing his net worth by £3.6bn in a year.

Customers desperate for a return to normal life have been flocking to garden centres as they reopened for the first time since lockdown.

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Petrol prices at forecourts across Norfolk have fallen below £1.

A ruling on whether the world’s biggest wind farm can be build off the Norfolk coast has been delayed due to the conronavirus pandemic.

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Golf courses around Norfolk are preparing to reopen after seven weeks of lockdown – but under strict new government guidelines.

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Online funerals, personalised services and protective gear for staff are among the lengths funeral directors are having to go to give meaningful ways for mourners to say goodbye to loved ones.

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We might have taken our first step back to normality, but for north Norfolk’s normally booming hospitality sector it’s still very much a case of wait and see.

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People across Norfolk and Waveney have been reacting after new guidance revealing the path out of coronavirus lockdown was revealed.

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Local bus companies have been reacting to the Prime Minister’s advice to commuters to avoid public transport.

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A Norfolk plastic specialist has seen demand for its PPE dwindle – but has been drafted in to help supply body bags for the NHS.

Anyone looking for a tasty way to help the health service can now take part in a super-sized challenge.

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The owners of an independent Norfolk pub group have launched a lockdown fine dining experience.

Bosses from garden centres in Norfolk are urging Boris Johnson to let them re-open, saying they’ve put new measures in place.

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The battering which Norfolk’s economy will take because of coronavirus has been revealed in a stark new report.

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A family-owned boatbuilder which has been operating in Norfolk for 100 years has entered administration.

Pub chain Wetherspoon’s plans to reopen its bars and hotels in June as its founder revealed the extent of the carnage caused by the coronavirus lockdown.

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It is known as the jewel of the north Norfolk coast. But despite coronavirus lockdown hitting business and tourism, many believe Cromer will come back stronger. SOPHIE WYLLIE reports.

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