June 30 2015 Latest news:
Revellers descending on Norwich for this weekend’s Lord Mayor’s Celebrations will get the chance to make a big splash – by jumping on to a giant water slide being set up in the city centre.
Tomorrow is shaping up to be the hottest day on record for several years.
A mother-of-three is urging people to have first aid training, after a “guardian angel” neighbour helped save the life of her four-week old baby when he stopped breathing.
Zoe Smith had been looking forward to her two-week break in Tunisia with 20 friends and relatives since they booked it more than a year ago.
Major breaches of health and safety regulations which left an electrical contractor from Hellesdon sustaining severe burns have resulted in two companies being fined £25,000 each.
Police are appealing for witnesses following a three-car crash which closed the A146 at Thurton in both directions for more than six hours yesterday.
We have been remembering the street parties in Norwich and across Norfolk which celebrated the end of the Second World War in Europe in 1945... but these are rare pictures of a pitch party, and not any old pitch.
With the Lord Mayor’s celebrations just days away, reporter Kieran Lynch gives you 15 things which you should not miss this weekend.
Acclaimed Luisa Omielan ponders sex, love and body issues in her latest show, theatre at Southwold Arts Festival, classical steel guitar, jazz, a family show and where to spot art stars of the future, SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this week.
Music and media festival Norwich Sound and Vision is set to return to the city for a sixth year with a packed programme of entertainment and debate.
Norwich’s colourful clan of GoGoDragons! has captivated people of all ages, but at 91 years of age could Mary Jenkins be the oldest person collecting our GoGoDragons! stickers?
From fashion and games to theatre and dance - young people have been entertaining audiences with a vibrant mix of shows and events at this year’s Young Norfolk Arts Festival.
Almost 100 years after the Great War ended, the name of another individual who served with the armed forces during the conflict has been honoured on Downham Market’s war memorial.
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Norwich City’s reported transfer target Dieumerci Mbokani will not be allowed to leave Dynamo Kiev until his old club Anderlecht receive the final part of their orginal transfer fee, amid fresh reports in the Ukraine on Tuesday morning the Belgians had sent a delegation to Kiev to thrash out terms.
He’s the Norwich triathlete who became number three in the world – but Joe Skipper’s sights are already set on yet more success before the summer is done.
It was the setting for BBC Radio 1’s Academy as part of the Big Weekend and has hosted the likes of The Darkness, Belle and Sebastian and Bellowhead. But OPEN, in Norwich’s Bank Plain, is much more than just a music venue. As part of a series of features celebrating its tenth anniversary reporter LUCY CLAPHAM explores its work.
Partick Thistle’s newly-unveiled bright yellow mascot has set social media alight - with some branding it “terrifying” while others labelled it a scary version of cartoon character Lisa Simpson.
Squawking seagulls provided a fitting backdrop for the 85th birthday of Great Yarmouth’s last surviving steam drifter, with an audience including Great Yarmouth Mayor Shirley Weymouth.