October 31 2014 Latest news:
Members of the Fire Brigades Union across the country will walk out on strike for four days from this evening, in an ongoing dispute with the government over changes to the national pension scheme.
People have moved into the first new council homes to be built in Norwich for more than 20 years.
A woman has been taken to hospital after being struck by a train in Norwich.
A pilot is due in court next month accused of having too much alcohol in his system when he landed a plane at Norwich International Airport.
A builder has been jailed after leaving more than 70 homeowners thousands of pounds out of pocket.
Rail users are set to face major disruption next year as part of a £170m raft of works to make the East Anglian rail link between Norwich and London safer and more reliable.
It is a building which is a glorious example of the flint work Norwich was so famous for...and one which is at long last opening its doors and welcoming back the people it has served in so many ways for centuries.
You either do or you don’t: wee in the shower, that is.
A tolling bell, a thumping heartbeat, an empty knapsack. For people of a certain generation that means only one thing: Knightmare.
On his death bed, celebrated landscape painter and watercolourist Joseph Mallord William Turner, who was a divisive figure in the 19th-century art world, reportedly lamented, “So I am to become a non-entity.”
Norfolk artists are being encouraged to take part in an annual county-wide celebration of art.
Giant veg was on the menu this week as one of our gardening gurus came in to tell us all about the gargantuan leek he’s somehow managed to grow.
Cromer Pier is throwing open its doors - with a series of backstage tours and chance to step into the spotlight.
Should we still commemorate the First World War? Martin George asks young people from Norfolk and Suffolk following their battlefield tour.
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Neil Adams is warning his Norwich City players to expect a Bolton side cast in the image of new boss Neil Lennon.
Snetterton’s only night race of the season takes place on Saturday when the Lotus Cup UK Championship will be settled in a two-hour night-time event.
Auction House sale today in Norwich sees 26 properties go under the hammer raising more than £3.5 million
Norwich City host Bolton Wanderers at Carrow Road on Friday and we want to know who you would pick to start for the Canaries.
While everyone wishes they could uncover a Lowry in their loft or a Picasso tucked away in the back of their pantry, one Norfolk man struck gold when he unearthed a painting worth tens of thousands of pounds after clearing out his shed.