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Swaffham is one of 69 historic English shopping centres to benefit from the government's £95m regeneration fund.

Four Norfolk towns have won a share of £95m to rejuvenate the country's high streets.

A high street has lost another shop after plans were approved to turn a store into flats despite council objection.

Free bacon rolls will be on the menu when a highly anticipated coffee shop opens its doors for the first time.

A food company is hoping to get youngsters to eat their vegetables as it launches a new line of Peppa Pig products.

A family-run business which made its mark throughout the county is closing its last surviving store.

A couple who have run a town cafe for almost a decade have put it up for sale.

A businessman who slammed 'ageist' employers stating he couldn't get a job aged 50 is now in talks with two firms offering him work.

Employers have been urged to recruit more older people after ageism was said to be 'alive and well' in the workplace in Norfolk.

Scammers are tricking customers by appearing to call them through their bank's official number.

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