November 28 2014 Latest news:
A young man was found dead near Prince of Wales Road in Norwich, the day after he was discharged from hospital.
A bus firm has invested £1.75m in a dozen “comfortable” single deckers, in a bid to tempt more people onto public transport.
A lawyer representing former world heavyweight champion Herbie Hide has contacted the Crown Prosecution Service in a bid to get a review of his client’s conviction for conspiracy to supply class A drugs.
North Norfolk MP Chloe Smith has met with the boss of Norwich Airport after people living nearby complained about engine noise.
A project which will help some of the most disadvantaged people in Norwich to make the most of digital technology has been handed a boost of almost £450,000.
More than 50 years after he first appeared in print, author Michael Bond’s beloved bear Paddington has finally arrived on the big screen in his first star-packed family adventure.
Turn the pages of this “new” book and you will see photographs of mostly stern-looking gentlemen with moustaches and whiskers dressed in their best bib and tucker. You may recognise some of their names because they were the Men Who Have Made Norwich.
Auntie Beeb has announced her Christmas line-up and it’s packed with comedy, drama and plenty of festive specials you probably haven’t been waiting for. EDP TV reviewer Stacia Briggs flicks through the festive listings.
There is extra sparkle as the Cromer Pier Christmas Show begins its 10th anniversary season, singer-songwriter Nick Harper performs his mellow new album, there is an Olivier Award-nominated production of Michael Morpurgo’s charming I Believe In Unicorns, comedian and activist Mark Thomas returns and author Louis de Bernières joins The Brook Street Band to celebrate Handel. SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this weekend.
Sewell Barn brings a startling and insightful tale of the grim world of online policing to the Norwich stage.
A dozen customers queueing for their first taste of Norwich’s newest restaurant were hoping its waffles and burgers would reach celestial heights of culinary excellence.
Contemporary art has been on display all this week in a special exhibition at The Undercroft in Norwich.
Celebrate Christmas at one of the region’s beautiful stately homes or reserves owned by the National Trust. From candlelit house tours to carol singing, wreath-making workshops to the chance to chat to Father Christmas, even Scrooge could find an event to get him in the festive spirit.
It was a wartime love story, that concluded with a happy ending.
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Norwich City’s new first team coach Mike Phelan admits it feels like coming home after signing up for the Canaries’ Championship promotion push.
Ben Youngs is hoping to get the opportunity to build on a solid return to the England starting line-up when the QBE Autumn Series concludes with a mouth-watering fixture against Australia.
As the chancellor gets ready to deliver his Autumn Statement next week, Ben Woods asks business leaders what announcements they would like to see come next Wednesday.
The city centre lights are twinkling, the illuminations are starting to go on in our market towns, the shops are echoing with festive music compilations and the retail giants are battling to win the best Christmas ad award.
This centuries-old depiction of Norfolk is a remarkable window into our past, revealing how many places in 16th century “Norfolciae” are still familiar to us today.