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We treat shopworkers and restaurant staff like dirt, no wonder there is a shortage

We treat shopworkers and restaurant staff like dirt, no wonder there is a shortage

We treat shopworkers and restaurant staff like dirt, no wonder there is a shortage

Lynn News columnist SARAH JUGGINS has spoken out on the staff shortages threatening to cripple the British economy.


West Norfolk MP tells of enthusiasm here to help the people of Afghanistan

West Norfolk MP tells of enthusiasm here to help the people of Afghanistan

West Norfolk MP tells of enthusiasm here to help the people of Afghanistan

James Wild talks to the Lynn News about the present international crisis.


Bar Man recommends some new places to try

Bar Man recommends some new places to try

Bar Man recommends some new places to try

Jeff Hoyle's latest article on the pub scene looks at what happens when you search out some new watering holes locally.


James Wild column: 'We need to help Afghanistan now'

James Wild column: 'We need to help Afghanistan now'

James Wild column: 'We need to help Afghanistan now'

The North West Norfolk MP shares what he thinks of the Taliban takeover.


Nimbyism is not acceptable in West Norfolk

Nimbyism is not acceptable in West Norfolk

Nimbyism is not acceptable in West Norfolk

Why do we want our emissions to be sent elsewhere, asks our Washed Up columnist SARAH JUGGINS

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Businesses can't predict what's round the corner, but let's be positive looking ahead to 2021

Businesses can't predict what's round the corner, but let's be positive looking ahead to 2021

Businesses can't predict what's round the corner, but let's be positive looking ahead to 2021

Column by Chris Sargisson, CEO Norfolk Chambers of Commerce


Now is the time to digest changes ready for 2021, advises Lynn accountant

Now is the time to digest changes ready for 2021, advises Lynn accountant

Now is the time to digest changes ready for 2021, advises Lynn accountant

It’s Dad’s Life with Neil Gayton, of Stephenson Smart


Employment Tribunal claims are on the rise and it might be worth employers taking out insurance for protection

Employment Tribunal claims are on the rise and it might be worth employers taking out insurance for protection

Employment Tribunal claims are on the rise and it might be worth employers taking out insurance for protection

Column by Peter Lawrence, director of Human Capital Department.


Norfolk Chambers of Commerce launches its digital platform as a home for videos, podcasts and articles.

Norfolk Chambers of Commerce launches its digital platform as a home for videos, podcasts and articles.

Norfolk Chambers of Commerce launches its digital platform as a home for videos, podcasts and articles.

Column by Chris Sargisson, chief executive of Norfolk Chambers of Commerce


It's time for businesses to make preparations for Brexit a priority

It's time for businesses to make preparations for Brexit a priority

It's time for businesses to make preparations for Brexit a priority

From January 1, any business trading with Europe will need an Economic Operators and Identification number and early applications are advised.


Look beyond an overdraft to increase your business's cashflow, urges Lynn finance expert

Look beyond an overdraft to increase your business's cashflow, urges Lynn finance expert

Look beyond an overdraft to increase your business's cashflow, urges Lynn finance expert

Article by Gary Webb, of Complete Commercial Finance.


After-school clubs allow some normality to return to accountant's household

After-school clubs allow some normality to return to accountant's household

After-school clubs allow some normality to return to accountant's household

It’s a Dad’s Life with Neil Gayton, of Stephenson Smart


Employment tribunal claims rise, but conciliation is worth consideration

Employment tribunal claims rise, but conciliation is worth consideration

Employment tribunal claims rise, but conciliation is worth consideration

Column by Peter Lawrence of Human Capital Department


Survey asks young people what's good and not so good about Lynn town centre

Survey asks young people what's good and not so good about Lynn town centre

Survey asks young people what's good and not so good about Lynn town centre

Answers will help shape £25m funding bid - and three respondents will win £50 voucher


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