April 21 2014 Latest news:
Skin cancer cases in the east of England have more than doubled over the last 20 years, new figures out today show.
The fire service rescue boat was involved in a search for a missing person at Horstead this evening.
A road in Norwich’s Golden Triangle was blocked for more than two hours after a crash.
A hire boat has run aground at Breydon Water near Great Yarmouth today.
The A47 southern bypass near Norwich has re-opened after it was partially closed because of a motorcycle crash.
Michael Bailey reports from Carrow Road as Norwich City slip to a gallant yet ultimately pointless defeat at home to Premier League title-chasing Liverpool, leaving them slipping closing to top-flight relegation.
It’s reunion time for the girls from the ground-breaking Norwich school which opened in the city more than 300 years ago.
It’s the biggest festival of its kind to be showcased in Norfolk and is bringing together gamers of all ages to celebrate the virtual world of video games. Non-gamer Stacia Briggs stumbled into an alien world.
Trends come and go, but Ewan Wardrop’s magical one-man George Formby biopic show is proof that talent - not topic - is the key to entertainment.
From traditional Easter egg hunts to pirate fun, a wealth of events are taking place across the region on Easter Monday.
The career projectories of most comics goes from years of playing depressingly small venues, to decent theatres and finally telly. For Matt Richardson, things have been a little different.
X Factor winner and multi-platinum singer songwriter Matt Cardle is coming to Hopton for the finale of his current UK tour.
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Norwich City boss Neil Adams saluted his players second half response but admitted the Canaries were below-par prior to the interval in Sunday’s 3-2 Premier League defeat against Liverpool.
Top scorer Jake Reed once again proved his worth for Lowestoft Town to keep their Ryman Premier play-off dreams alive this afternoon.
We look back on what was making the news on this day in Norfolk. Today, we look at the Eastern Evening News front page of April 20, 1926.
The sound of City fans grumbling in disappointment at the midweek results was loud and clear – but it should have been belief rather than disbelief which stirred emotions.
They are meticulously reconstructed echoes of a violent past. But the military hardware gathering for a commemorative event in Norwich next week are also vehicles for long range remembrance.