July 30 2014 Latest news:
Emergency services have rescued a woman from the river in Norwich city centre.
The daughter of a Norwich pensioner, who was one of the elderly and infirm victims duped by a convicted fraudster into paying up to £700 for cheap massage matresses, has welcomed the fact she has been ordered to pay back the £4000 she made out of the scam - rather than go straight to jail.
Eight men have been arrested after an incident involving two groups of people in a Norfolk village culminated in a car crash.
Two building company directors have been warned they may face jail after a string of customer complaints resulted in convictions.
The region’s tourism industry has had a bumper 2014 thanks to sunshine and the variety offered to visitors.
The Norwich City Disabled Supporters Association has been given a big boost after successfully holding a quiz night.
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.
To a generation of boys and girls it was known as the Ranch House because of all the westerns it showed while most grown-ups just called it the ‘TDL’ – thank you for all your memories of the first “picture palace” in Norwich which closed back in the 1950s.
A colourful festival celebrating the array of different cultures there are in Norwich is to take place in August.
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.
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.
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QPR boss Harry Redknapp has made it clear he wants to bring Norwich City midfielder Leroy Fer to Loftus Road ahead of the new Premier League season.
Great Yarmouth’s Sophie McKinna will be thrust into the limelight this evening as she battles for shot put gold.
An allotment isn’t just for National Allotments Week (August 4 to 10), it’s for life. Slash your grocery bills, your food miles and your stress levels by joining the green-fingered allotment holders on their plots. STACIA BRIGGS speaks to three keen gardeners about why they love their allotments.
How did we get to this point? Four out of five couples, according to recent news, cannot now afford to buy a house. It’s a strange age we live in, where 1,600 homes may be built and no-one bats an eyelid, whereas when 16 “affordable” homes get the go-ahead, it’s somehow remarkable.
A Royal British Legion supporter will be cycling 100 miles on Monday to mark the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War.