Retail sales figures are always a great indicator of how the economy is doing. They tell us how much people are spending in the shops on our highstreets. Forecasters in the city had predicted a drop in sales this December by...
Dodging car tax after tax discs scrapped. According to government figures, the number of unlicensed vehicles on the road has increased threefold since the paper tax discs were retired. Last year alone, 755,000 unlicensed vehicles were on the road,...
You may remember your final year of school, the stress and worry that can be caused by waiting for university offers. Thousands of students every year are faced with an excruciating wait while universities consider applications for places, but the type...
It was confirmed in the Queen’s Speech that the new minority Conservative government will ensure that “unfair” tenant fees are banned. A new Tenants' Fees Bill was announced, which will stop tenants having to pay money to lettings agents....
A soft drinks manufacturer has announced it will leave Norwich by 2020, meaning the loss of hundreds of jobs. The CEO of Britvic, Simon Litherland, said the decision, which will see the loss of more than 240 jobs, had not...
After nine months of running in Norwich, the bicycle sharing company Ofo has decided to remove its fleet of 1,000 yellow bicycles from the city’s streets this summer. The company has said they will instead be focusing on “other...