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Saturday, August 17, 2019

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 Norfolk zoo boss enlisted the help of a tiger to launch a new fund - but had to resort to a rather unusual ploy when the big cat decided not to play ball.

A businessman has defied the pressures besetting businesses on the high street to open a new community store in Diss and has plans for a post office.

An award-winning village pub, dating to 1610, which is said to have a ghostly regular, is for sale for £475,000.

Norfolk Trading Standards has issued a scam warning after reports of fake emails claiming to be from the TV Licensing.

Angry customers and contractors say they want answers from a home improvement company which has stopped trading.

Most teenagers want to be pop singers or football stars - Stephen Fenby longed to be an accountant. Caroline Culot spoke to the chief executive of Diss-based Midwich which is enjoying meteoric growth with a group turnover last year of £574m.

Coffee lovers have a new stop-off point along the A11 after a store opened its doors.

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.

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

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