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Thursday, June 13, 2019

'Baroness Thrift' Patricia Rawlings is living up to her nickname by downsizing from her 13-bedroom Norfolk mansion and selling off the contents.

It has stood at the heart of its village community for almost 400 years, and it is again thriving after surviving the threat of eviction.

A lifestyle business in north Norfolk selling glamorous items for the home by top designers like Ralph Lauren is for sale for £49,950.

A couple who have run a village store and tearoom for five years are calling it a day saying it has been "an absolute privilege" to serve the community.

A travel agent has urged people to remember the "devastating impact" of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster after a surge in interest from Norfolk holidaymakers.

There will be no 'batter plaice' to be than Holt later this month as the third branch of a popular fish and chip shop opens in the town.

Key plans paving the way for two major new wind farms in Norfolk have been submitted.

One of the oldest houses in Burnham Market which is believed to have been a look-out for smugglers in the 18th century has just gone up for sale.

A petition urging the government to compel the firms behind plans for two windfarms to link their supply lines offshore rather than build separate substations in Norfolk has gathered more than 1,000 signatures.

A Norfolk town's Santander bank is in its final days, while another has less than a month left.

Plans for a JD Wetherspoon pub in North Walsham have been thrown out.

Buy this former station master's Victorian four bedroom home in the pretty, historic Norfolk village of Worstead.

A new tearoom at Holt Country Park comes after public feedback made it clear that a café was the addition people wanted.


Is Norfolk swapping cocktails for coffees?

Many towns and villages are losing their pubs but there appears to be an ever-increasing number of coffee shops.

With the summer holidays fast approaching - and with schools, colleges and universities about to break up - the search is on for seasonal workers in Norfolk.

The team behind a £5 million revamp of the Wells Maltings are jubilant after winning a prestigious construction award.

He is the man who ensures this weekend's Houghton International Horse Trials goes according to plan. And that is while cramming Japanese in time for the Tokyo Olympics. CAROLINE CULOT spoke to Norfolk event director Alec Lochore.

Billions of pounds are being invested and thousands of highly skilled jobs are being created in our region through the burgeoning offshore energy industry. But would employment and business in Norfolk and Waveney really be boosted, or would overseas companies and workers be the real winners? DANIEL BENNETT reports...

Norfolk's Post Offices are on the brink of collapse, leaving thousands of people and businesses without access to vital services, according to the county's sub-postmasters.

A popular north Norfolk farmers market has been saved from closure after a new venue stepped in to offer it a home.

Norfolk's newest charity shop is about to open in a former bank branch.

Norfolk's travel agents are banking on some of their best deals ever after demand for European holidays took a Brexit battering.

As supermarket chains announce pledges to halve food waste by 2030, reporter JESSICA FRANK-KEYES finds out what Norfolk's businesses are doing to tackle the 10.2 million tonnes of food the UK wastes each year.

Growth at one of Norfolk's best-performing businesses has hit new highs as Angling Direct reported sales of £42m for the last financial year.

Supermarkets and retailers are set to join forces to slash food waste across the UK, ahead of the introduction of ambitious government targets to tackle the "moral scandal" of the 10.2m tonnes of food thrown away in Britain every year.

The new chef at Number 29 Burnham Market is giving an Argentinian vibe to the menu.

This fish and chip shop in Swaffham has branched out into doughnuts and they're becoming a hit at events.

Businesses are being invited to sign up for the North Norfolk Skills and Careers Festival.

Vattenfall has assured Norfolk's workforce that there is "zero chance" it will be making the most of a government loophole which would see foreign workers employed at less than minimum wage.

The Norfolk chippie has announced another new store opening just weeks after it revealed a new eatery in Holt.

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