Saturday, August 17, 2019

A cake business which has wowed customers with its extravagant cupcakes and personalised brownies is set to open a shop.

Lowestoft's second highest rated restaurant has closed down and is up for sale.

A farmer is offering year-round glamping in a trio of pods with dramatic views across Norfolk's mill-dotted Broads.

Up and down the country, pubs are closing, as costs rise and numbers of punters dwindle. In some corners, though, optimism remains. Lauren Cope reports.

A Suffolk brewery which has been innovating its range of beers has struck gold at an international competition.

A customer has spoken of his horror after a rat ran through a McDonald's restaurant towards people eating breakfast.

A Suffolk police employee received a redundancy package worth more than £130,000 in the last year, annual accounts have revealed.

A seaside town's Jack Wills store has reopened, hours after bailiffs were seen changing locks and warning staff away.

An auction bidder spent a whole lot more than a penny - snapping up a toilet block in Loddon for a staggering £36,500 - more than £30,000 over the guide price.

Tesco has announced it will close its doors permanently next month at a town's high street store.

More big name brands will be pulling out of East Anglian market towns - Tesco leaving Lowestoft is just the first, a retail analyst has said.

Shocked food hygiene inspectors have slammed a Chinese takeaway claiming staff did not know the "difference between clean and dirty".

Two best friends from the east have set up a nano brewery in their garage to create speciality-brewed beer inspired by their home town.

A hotel chain is continuing to search for sites as it plans to open a second Travelodge in a coastal town.

A new superstore will open its doors in Lowestoft next week.

A new supermarket is set to open in Lowestoft next month.

A family-run business with more than 120 stores nationwide has opened its first shop in the area.

The face of Norfolk's streets are due for a facelift as paint infused with the hardest material known to man is being produced in the region.

A newsagent whose business was destroyed by a jilted arsonist has praised new sentencing guidelines which take into account the psychological toll victims .

A new £74m hi-tech chicken processing factory - set to employ up to 900 staff - is taking shape in north Suffolk in response to growing demand for British meat.

With thousands of holidaymakers on the lookout for the perfect seaside getaway this summer, we think we might have found one of the most luxurious places to stay.

Lowestoft has been unsuccessful in its bid to receive part of a government fund designed to revitalise the country's declining high streets.

People are being encouraged to vote for their favourite local pub in South Norfolk Council's Pub of the Year contest.

From long hours and abuse to dietary demands and the cost of butter - café and restaurants owners across Norfolk have shed light on challenges of life in the kitchen.

Iceland has issued a recall of chicken dippers after it became alerted to the possible presence of plastic.

The region's rail travellers are facing new charges as pay-and-display meters are being put in at a host of stations.

Greater Anglia

Firms across Suffolk, Norfolk and Essex are highly vulnerable to cyber attack and are failing to take the problem seriously, a new poll suggests.

Britvic PLC is recalling some bottles of Robinsons Fruit Shoot due to a choking risk.

Another Norfolk firm has filed for administration, putting the jobs of around 80 people at risk.

The former site of Britain's most easterly gin bar is due to be auctioned off next month.

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