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Friday, August 7, 2020

Retailer M&Co is looking to partner with other stores in a bid to save shops in Norfolk’s high streets.

Queues formed outside restaurants, cafés and pubs as diners flocked to grab a discounted dinner under the government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme, which launched on Monday in a bid to boost the industry. Our reporters enjoyed a taste of the bargains on offer.

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Currys PC World owner Dixons Carphone, which has shops across Norfolk, is to cut jobs in a management restructure.

A new map shows every independent restaurant, café and pub taking part in the government’s Eat Out to Help Out money-off scheme.

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Nearly 4000 restaurants across the East of England will cut diners’ bills by as much as 50pc, as the government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme officially opens for business today.

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A town’s “vital roads” are set to reopen after complaints from business owners.

Watton

Prime minister Boris Johnson has announced a halt to the easing of lockdown restrictions.

An appetite for staycationing has seen beach huts from Gorleston to sunny Hunny rented out all summer - and agents say they even have waiting lists for buyers

Tour operator Tui, with outlets across Norfolk, is to close almost a third of its shops, moving staff to work from home instead.

A £2.2m package has been launched to support tourist businesses in Norfolk as they aim to lure back visitors following the coronavirus crisis.

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