August 23 2014 Latest news:
A grieving mother is demanding answers from Norfolk Police after she was not contacted by officers during a 14 hour stand-off, which ended in the death of her eldest child.
A chief executive has called on the government to urgently change the way mental health is funded after warning that services in Norfolk and Suffolk were feeling the financial strain.
They wow crowds at events around the world, but yesterday the Red Arrows stopped off at Norwich Airport between displays.
A vision for a 40-acre solar farm in a sleepy south Norfolk village has been met with fierce opposition from residents.
Police have appealed for witnesses after a four vehicle crash which closed a Norfolk road for more than an hour.
The proportion of Norfolk teenagers who achieved the government’s GCSE gold standard has remained static in a year which saw a sharp fall in English results across the country.
It is a building in the heart of old Norwich which has played a leading role in so many lives over the centuries – and was even a grand swimming pool.
Norwich’s restaurant reputation has never been better – and the Norfolk Food and Drink Festival will see a whole new event designed to bring even more diners to the table: Norwich Restaurant Week. STACIA BRIGGS discovers what will be on the menu when Norwich’s restaurants team together for a culinary collaboration.
The Nimmo Twins, Normal for Norfolk 12: Fritton’s Got Talent
Great Yarmouth’s traditional kiss-me-quick seaside image has received a Gallic overhaul in recent years with the cosmopolitan Out There Festival taking to its streets, parks and venues.
Organisers behind the celebration of Great Yarmouth’s arts scene are pledging to take the festival further, expanding into Gorleston and growing the carnival parade.
From history to herring, festivals to family fun at the races there is something to keep all your family entertained this Bank Holiday week. SIMON PARKIN highlights events with something for all ages.
The Mustard Show is back, after a week’s break from filming, and we’ve got plenty in store to see out the summer in style!
The final parade of hundreds of soldiers in Dereham before they headed out to the grim battlefields of the First World War will be re-enacted as part of a Norfolk museum’s Village at War weekend.
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Norwich City manager Neil Adams will deliver a simple message to his players before the return of the East Anglian derby – go and write yourself into Canaries’ folklore.
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When Emily Groves founded Indigo Swan in 2010, having a child was not a consideration.
Saturday’s opponents Ipswich Town are next up in our ‘Norwich City Win, Lose or Draw’ game where Canaries fans get to pit their wits against our writers, Norwich City legends Darren Eadie, Jeremy Goss and Iwan Roberts and presenters Jake Humphrey, Simon Thomas and Chris Goreham.
Holidaymakers could soon be spending a night inside Great Yarmouth’s ancient town wall as plans to restore a medieval tower move forward.