April 24 2014 Latest news:
Norfolk police are appealing for information to trace a man wanted in connection with a number of sexual offences in the Norfolk and West Yorkshire areas.
A man in his 40s has been arrested in connection with the death of Johanna Young, a Watton teenager who was found dead in a ditch 21 years ago.
Norfolk police have arrested a 30-year-old woman they asked the public to help them track down.
Norwich’s music community has rallied round to raise enough money to replace a busker’s treasured guitar, which was smashed after a fracas in the city centre.
A headteacher has said the headline judgement of an Ofsted report which criticised her school is “disappointing”.
While yesterday’s opening of a new sixth form building in an old fire station was special for all students, it was a particular relief for one girl who moved from the Midlands to attend it.
A visit to his homeland of Norfolk by a former insurance broker from the Midlands some years ago resulted in a book called Hidden Treasures of North Norfolk. What were these treasures? Round tower churches.
It’s the biggest festival of its kind to be showcased in Norfolk and is bringing together gamers of all ages to celebrate the virtual world of video games. Non-gamer Stacia Briggs stumbled into an alien world.
Country comes to the city as the ever popular annual two-day East Anglian Game & Country Fair returns, likeable comedian Patrick Monahan finds fun in his love of cakes, award-winning klezmer ensemble She’Koyokh perform, and it’s bluebell season with a special event at Foxley Wood. SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this weekend.
A competing brass band will be putting on a special concert this weekend to mark its 10th anniversary.
An hilarious new version of the top TV comedy Blackadder Goes Forth comes to the live stage in north Norfolk next month.
A holiday park boss with a passion for music and flying has combined his two hobbies to help the air ambulance.
It’s been a good 2014 so far for Australian singer. guitarist and songwriter Courtney Barnett. Rave reviews, worldwide radio airplay, a debut album in the can and a tour that will see her play at several major festivals - and a stop off at Norwich’s Waterfront for one-night only. She spoke to David Powles ahead of the May 13 gig.
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Norwich City find themselves thrust into another circus entirely out of their control after Manchester United’s decision to dismiss David Moyes.
The 2014 EQ Life Burnham Market International Horse Trials attracted record crowds at the weekend, with gate numbers up over 15pc on previous years.
With a new survey stating that Medieval-style names are returning to maternity wards, we ask mothers; what did you name your child and why?
Norwich University of the Arts is campaigning for Norwich to be included as a ‘Super-Connected City’ with ultra-fast broadband provision, and superior connectivity for mobile phones.
The 300th birthday of one of Great Yarmouth’s best-loved buildings was celebrated in patriotic style as civic dignitaries gathered from all over the county to chink glasses and tinkle teacups.