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Will there be another rail strike this month?

Will there be another rail strike this month?

Will there be another rail strike this month?

With the RMT union now threatening further strike action we look at when another strike would be permitted and at who else is walking out this year.


NHS practice to continue as dentist retires

NHS practice to continue as dentist retires

NHS practice to continue as dentist retires

A retiring dentist is passing on the reins after half a century, to another NHS practitioner.


Hotel toasts beer festival return

Hotel toasts beer festival return

Hotel toasts beer festival return

For a well-known local hotelier, the return of a beer festival after the pandemic will be a bittersweet experience.


House of cards: imaginative pupil teams up with homebuilder

House of cards: imaginative pupil teams up with homebuilder

House of cards: imaginative pupil teams up with homebuilder

The young winner of a greetings card design competition spread joy to residents at the housebuilder’s new development.


Plans to cap private parking fines on hold

Plans to cap private parking fines on hold

Plans to cap private parking fines on hold

Plans to curb the amount private parking firms can charge drivers in fines have been temporarily withdrawn.


Fixing broken goods may cost less than 'worthless warranties' suggests report

Fixing broken goods may cost less than 'worthless warranties' suggests report

Fixing broken goods may cost less than 'worthless warranties' suggests report

Households keen to save money should consider cancelling extended warranties on appliances and instead pay for the repairs themselves, says Which?


Former Sue Ryder shop hit by blaze is to rise from the ashes in a new guise

Former Sue Ryder shop hit by blaze is to rise from the ashes in a new guise

Former Sue Ryder shop hit by blaze is to rise from the ashes in a new guise

Planning permission has been granted for the redevelopment of a charity shop after four years.


Winery wins gold

Winery wins gold

Winery wins gold

A winemaker on the coast has scooped a prestigious prize for its product.


Former sweet shop for sale in historic village

Former sweet shop for sale in historic village

Former sweet shop for sale in historic village

Former sweet shop, now a luxury home, for sale in Castle Acre.


Energy exit fees now 10 times higher in further hike to bills

Energy exit fees now 10 times higher in further hike to bills

Energy exit fees now 10 times higher in further hike to bills

Customers face further hikes to energy bills with exit fees for leaving fixed-rate deals now up to 10 times higher than they were in 2021.


Passing the torch on – find out new Chambers chief's vision

Passing the torch on – find out new Chambers chief's vision

Passing the torch on – find out new Chambers chief's vision

From August a new chief executive will succeed Chris Sargisson who completes his five-year term soon at the Norfolk Chambers of Commerce.


Time for West Norfolk firms to plan for the economy

Time for West Norfolk firms to plan for the economy

Time for West Norfolk firms to plan for the economy

With growing inflationary pressures and several sectors reporting a dip in trade, it’s time for local firms to take action to steady their cashflow.


Superheroes offer free mobility aids

Superheroes offer free mobility aids

Superheroes offer free mobility aids

Superman and Batman in the town centre were looking to make someone's wish come true.


Free kids' sustainable workshop in Lynn store

Free kids' sustainable workshop in Lynn store

Free kids' sustainable workshop in Lynn store

The Lynn branch of the UK’s leading garden centre is taking a deep dive into the science behind the nutritious leafy greens on July 3 for ages 4-10.


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