Thu, 18:22

Ping pong, pool and live entertainment have been introduced to a town restaurant as part of a makeover.

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.

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

A new coffee shop, restaurant and drive-thru could be built close to a town along the A11.


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 town's garden centre has revealed plans to introduce adventure crazy golf in a bid to make the business more "family orientated".


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.

Water bills in our region should be cut by 10.5pc over the next five years, watchdogs have said.


The chaotic roll-out of new trains in the region has taken a fresh twist, with the next wave of 111 vehicles postponed to "complete software development".

A plan to make it harder to open off-licences in a town has been pushed back - so that the public can have their say first.

Hard-pressed train passengers have been dealt another blow, with Greater Anglia axing a host of its early morning catering services on the Norwich to London line in the New Year.

Cold callers have been trying to con people in Norfolk about 'recent car accidents'.

More than 700 electric buses will be built and shipped out across the globe following the launch of a new manufacturing facility.

A pledge to regenerate high streets in some of Suffolk's market towns is being promised by council leaders as latest figures show as many as one in ten shops lay empty.

Millions of pounds needs to be spent to make sure that thousands of new homes and businesses around Norfolk have enough electricity.

A new restaurant with hookah and shisha pipes will soon be opened in a town.

Nearly one in five shops are empty on some Norfolk and Waveney high streets, but tourist hotspots are booming.

A new entertainment and children's play area could be coming to a town's garden centre.

Suffolk business chiefs have called on the county's Parliamentary candidates to end the Brexit stalemate and "do their bit" for local firms.

Poll How much is a pint in your local?

Saturday, November 2, 2019

The landlord of a newly-reopened pub is pledging to be the cheapest in town, pulling a £1.95 pint.

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Flooring shop Carpetright faces a possible buy-out to save it collapsing under a mountain of debt of more than £50m.

A well-known hotel is preparing to launch a new eatery.

A father said he felt disgusted after he found insects in a broccoli from Aldi that he was preparing for his infant son.

A new McDonald's restaurant will be opening on the A11 this week, and has created 110 new jobs for the local community.

Despite increasing turnover by more than £25m, a family-owned Norwich firm has swung to a loss.

Customers are being urged to check their bags of Bernard Matthews turkey dinosaurs over fears they could contain metal.

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