November 21 2014 Latest news:
A war of words over the NHS has broken out between two politicians fighting to represent Norwich North next year.
Passengers using Greater Anglia trains have endured more than two million minutes of delays since Abellio took control in February 2012, a Freedom of Information request has revealed.
Police are extremely concerned for the welfare of a 51-year-old missing man who may have links to Great Yarmouth.
Police are investigating after corrosive liquid was poured over a car in Belton causing £500 worth of damage.
There have been crashes in Swainsthorpe and Rackheath today.
Great Yarmouth’s annual Christmas Fayre kicked off this morning with crowds of shoppers flocking to the town to check out the many stalls.
It was the main entrance to the walled city of Norwich from London and in 1578 thousands lined the route cheering and clapping as Queen Elizabeth, riding side-saddle, arrived. She was followed in 1671 by Charles II and his much-loved Portuguese wife, Queen Catherine.
I like the new Christmas ad from Sainbury’s: there, I’ve said it.
The annual celebration of the best new East Anglian books took place last night at an awards ceremony in Norwich.
The Trench, inspired by the true-life story of the men who tunnelled in the First World War, gets a special staging at Old Buckenham Airfield, rock‘n’roll stalwart Joe Brown returns, Luke Wright hosts another Stand-Up Poetry Club, Foggy, Clegg and Compo come to the stage in Last of the Summer Wine, three artists are featured in exhibition Silks, Sable & Silva. SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this weekend.
Cromer Pier’s Christmas Show has sprinkled on extra glitter to mark its 10th anniversary.
The spectre of war casts a long shadow over the penultimate chapter of the blockbusting dystopian thrillers based on Suzanne Collins’ bestselling trilogy.
Injest some real festive spirit into your Christmas shopping with a whirl around the region’s wonderful seasonal markets. SIMON PARKIN has a guide to the best places for gifts and plenty of Christmas cheer!
Thetford’s place in the First World War has been documented in a new book which includes a letter from the trenches that sparked the controversial Sainsbury’s Christmas advert.
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In his last column running expert Neil featherby reveals exactly what you should be doing on race day this weekend
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Neil Adams remains adamant that he did not sever his ties with Mark Robson as a result of Norwich City’s tumble down the Championship table.
A mouth-watering local derby is in prospect at Beeston Hyrne tomorrow when Division 2NE leaders Norwich take on Diss.
The brazen lips of the bells have tolled for the dead, warned of invasion and proclaimed events. They have flung out laughter and joy for a new monarch, for feasts, for victories and happy occasions.
In any walk of life the body language and mood of a manager is likely to impact that of the people they oversee.
Work has begun in earnest on Filby’s new village hall after builders and bulldozers moved onto the site this week.