October 20 2014 Latest news:
A toddler had a lucky escape after an e-cigarette exploded “like a firework” inches from where he was playing.
A devastated daughter has paid tribute to her “bright and beautiful” mother who died of a stab wound to the heart.
Police are stepping up patrols at a park on the outskirts of the city to target drug dealers who have been making life a misery for people living in the area.
Flood teams are braced for severe weather, as the tail-end of Hurricane Gonzalo looks set to hit the region tonight.
Villagers have been left in shock after a 12-year-old boy died following a car crash in Ludham.
About 400 runners have pounded the streets of Great Yarmouth, stretching their legs for the 2014 East Coast Run.
It was a film which was a celebration of Norfolk, was first shown in Norwich, starring no fewer than 350 geese... and now, 30 years after its release, is being shown again.
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Writer and publisher Peter Tolhurst has spent ten years putting togethera new series of books featuring every single Norfolk village. TREVOR HEATON talks to the creator of a work destined to become a local classic.
A interactive dance performance exploring our relationship between people and their city is set to take to the stage tomorrow.
A director of music, a city theatre and an art fair are among the people’s choice when it comes to Norfolk’s great champions of the arts.
At one of the region’s favourite family attractions, October is set to become Shocktober as Dinosaur Adventure is transformed into the east of England’s biggest live scare attraction, PrimEVIL. STACIA BRIGGS joined the cast to discover how to be scary.
The law is an ass and the people who administer it bigger asses in David Dobkin’s courtroom drama about an estranged family reunited under the testing conditions of a murder trial.
Norfolk nurse Edith Cavell and members of Norwich School who lost their lives during the First World War were among the fallen heroes to be remembered at a special service at the Tower of London.
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The only curse Norwich City need to lift is the unfulfilled potential stunting their Championship growth.
King’s Lynn Town boss Gary Setchell admits he’s more than happy to win ugly again as Marine prepare to visit The Walks.
Built on a relationship that spans nearly two decades, a unique on-going interactive partnership between one of the region’s leading UK businesses and a local high school is celebrating its fourth year of success.
Anyone who travels away to watch Norwich City will be well aware of just how costly the experience can be, which is why the Supporters Trust is backing the Twenty’s Plenty campaign being run by the Football Supporters Federation (FSF).
Legal powers could be used to urge the owner of a run-down building in Great Yarmouth to repair and refurbish the historic site.