December 22 2014 Latest news:
A family have made a heartfelt plea for their son to come home for Christmas after he went missing five days ago.
Communities in need in Tanzania are being given a better chance in life thanks to the kindness of a Norwich schoolboy who was first inspired to help when he was just nine years old.
Pupils, governors, staff and parents at a Hellesdon school are celebrating following a ‘good’ Ofsted report by inspectors.
Activities for pre-school children and new facilities for children with special educational needs are among the ideas being looked at as part of a plan to turn Norwich’s struggling Hewett School into a “learning village”.
For 22 years Nigel Rudling has been draping his home in Christmas lights, much to the enjoyment of villagers in Lingwood and to the benefit of many charities.
Norfolk’s own Caroline Flack won the Strictly Come Dancing crown after a perfect performance under pressure.
It was more than just a race meeting... it was a reunion, a gathering of friends. Men, women and children from all walks of life coming together to enjoy the thrills and spills of speedway.
According to a new survey of 2,000 people, if you really want to impress the neighbours you need a joint annual salary of £100,000, a car worth £36,000, a TV bigger than 55 inches, a pedigree dog, a home cinema system and a selection of gilets.
It has been part of Norwich’s arts scene for about a century, and in the New Year the Maddermarket Theatre is set to relaunch with a brand new look.
As Norfolk’s very own dancing queen, Caroline Flack, was crowned the 2014 Strictly Come Dancing champion, there could have been nobody more proud in the studio audience than her mum, Chris, and her two sisters, Jody and Lizzie.
TV presenter Caroline Flack has said she cannot lift her head “let alone the glitterball” the morning after the night she was crowned Strictly Come Dancing champion.
Its cavernous insides are home to some of the world’s most mesmerising marine life who are among the star attractions on Great Yarmouth’s Golden Mile.
Norwich Threatre Royal’s Peter Pan features a host of familiar faces - from long time panto favoruite Richard Gauntlett to two young stars returning to play Peter Pan and Mrs Darling just weeks after starring in West Side Story. Simon Parkin reports.
She was born when Edward VII was on the throne, Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman was prime minister and the First World War hadn’t even begun.
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Norwich City confronted a face from their past on a day that should convince them they control their Championship future.
Norwich’s poor run of form continued as they lost a game which they seemed to have the upper hand in just after half-time.
In the dark days of midwinter, what could be better than a few hours spent among the gaiety and lights of the annual Norwich Christmas fairs?
It may not be on too many radars, but Corton FC are no more. After a century, the Anglian Combination Division One club has been forced to lock up.
It’s a project which promises to capture Norfolk’s cinema past, while making sure the screen is a firm part of the future. ROSA MCMAHON tells more about Norfolk at the Pictures, a bold vision coming out of Cinema City.