July 29 2014 Latest news:
East Anglian Air Ambulance medics drove to the aid of a woman in her 50s who was being rushed to hospital yesterday from a North Walsham doctors’ surgery after suffering a severe reaction to a bite or sting the previous day.
A 20-year-old Norwich man arrested on suspicion of GBH after a fight in the city has been bailed until mid-August while enquiries continue.
He was jailed after admitting conspiracy to supply class A drugs, but having served his prison sentence former two-time world heavyweight boxing champion Herbie Hide lifts the lid on his time in prison, battling depression, how he views Norwich and the Sun ‘sting’ investigation. Crime correspondent PETER WALSH reports.
Skateboarders will be consulted over a controversial byelaw which would ban them from using their boards in part of Norwich city centre, council leaders have insisted.
Diseased or dying trees in Norwich which are chopped down will stand a greater chance of being replaced, following a rethink by council leaders.
Extracts from two of the eye-witness statements about the Cley helicopter crash.
It’s all starting again. Thousands of Norwich City fans are preparing another tense season at Carrow Road... just the way they were when these pictures were taken at the start of the 1977 season.
What are your kitchen essentials? Whatever they are, if you can honestly claim that one of them is “exotic grains” then you’re no reader of mine.
Living cartoon Ennio Marchetto transforms the art of origami into comedy magic, The Stranglers return to the Norfolk coast to close the Holt Festival, there’s an imaginative and energetic production of Cosi fan tutte, while Tall Stories return with a revival of their hit musical stage adaptation of Julia Donaldson’s The Gruffalo. SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this week.
A colourful festival celebrating the array of different cultures there are in Norwich is to take place in August.
An artist reaches a milestone with the opening of his 40th solo show at the Forum in Norwich this morning.
In the second of a five part series we look at some ideas to keep your family entertained this summer. Today it’s all about what you can do indoors.
In the first of a five part series we look at some ideas to keep your family entertained this summer. Today it’s all about the great outdoors.
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Norwich City have rejected a transfer enquiry from a Premier League club for Alex Tettey, the Canaries’ midfielder has told Norwegian media.
Olympic silver medallist Emma Pooley has announced Sunday’s cycling road race at the Commonwealth Games will be her last.
Going green maybe more of an aspiration than a reality for many local firms. But Ben Woods has met one organisation that is helping companies – both large and small – to reach for a low carbon future.
A few years ago I was fortunate enough to be able to spend a few days at St Andrews in Scotland.
It is a heartbreaking tale which lays bare the random cruelties unleashed by the First World War.