April 27 2015 Latest news:
A vigilante “paedophile hunter” confronted a man at Norwich Railway Station in a video that has been shared widely online.
A Norwich school whose GCSE results had fallen “sharply” is fighting back under a new headteacher.
A new bridge over the A47 begins to take shape, as work on the £19m Postwick Hub continues.
A Norfolk adventurer dramatically escaped death after outrunning an avalanche on Mount Everest which was triggered by the devastating earthquake in Nepal.
Mill road in Hethersett has closed this morning due to burst water main.
Kings and queens did battle on the small scale when chess players from across the country gathered in Great Yarmouth for an annual competition.
It was called Kett’s Finale. A beer brewed and bottled in Norwich 30 years ago to mark the end of an era. Another great city industry – which once employed generations of men and women – had gone.
BBC bosses are said to be keen for a female presenter to steer Top Gear in the right direction after the untimely departure of everyone’s favourite diplomat, Jeremy Clarkson.
Real life father and son actors James and Jack Fox star stage adaption of bestselling book Dear Lupin, Pasha Kovalev dances, plus jazz, intriguing mask theatre and an exhibition, SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this week.
Youngsters attempted to break a Guinness World Record attempt to create the longest chain of skiers – but found it to be snow easy task.
A Celtic myth - telling the tale of a tour guide’s unusual encounter on a beach - has been given a Norfolk twist as part of an upcoming new arts festival.
People hoping to bag one of the 7,000 free tickets for a week-long programme of workshops in Norwich with bands including the Maccabees are queueing outside Open in Norwich today.
Anger has erupted after it emerged that tickets to see the likes of the Foo Fighters, Taylor Swift, Muse and Sam Smith at BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend in Norwich were being offered online for hundreds of pounds.
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A campaign group has said it will continue to spread its message in Great Yarmouth despite an altercation at one of its meetings involving a UKIP councillor.
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Norwich City were buffeted by the whole gamut of emotions at the New York Stadium on a Championship ride now threatening to hurtle out of control.
Wroxham’s hopes of ending their Ryman North campaign on a high were dashed as Bradley Nobbs’ injury-time equaliser earned rock-bottom Burnham Ramblers a share of the spoils.
A 13th-century church is toasting the future as a new chapter of restoration begins – and as its long-standing supporters group celebrates its 18th birthday.
Fridays haven’t been too kind to Norwich City of late. First we witnessed Brighton totally outplay Bournemouth but fail to get anything from the game. Then, a week on, well none of us need reminding of the events of the following Friday!
It is one of the hottest election topics and now the art-world is joining the debate about immigration with an exhibition in Great Yarmouth.