October 1 2014 Latest news:
A scarecrow that was burnt down in the Norwich Cathedral grounds is being remade by art and design pupils at Norwich School.
The loving feeling has returned to Norwich City’s loyal away following as the Canaries win their fourth successive away game this season-with City now sitting pretty top of the Championship table.
After 30 years of music, dancers took to the floor for the last time at the former Royal British Legion community centre on Aylsham Road, ahead of its closure.
A Wymondham family left stranded overnight in a closed airport with their two young children have spoken out about their nightmare ordeal.
Hundreds of runners filled Eaton Park in Norwich this morning to remember a Norfolk dad of two who died on a 197-mile race.
Placed inside the Norwich Cathedral grounds on Thursday, Trina Forest the scarecrow was the victim of an arson attack on Friday which saw her completely destroyed.
A couple who have celebrated their diamond wedding anniversary have confided their secret to 60 years of happy marriage.
As Norwich win their fourth successive Championship away match, we want the fans to share their favourite moments from Saturday’s game.
Norfolk’s largest community farm scheme received a boost with the visit of one of the country’s most respected organic farmers.
Pupils at Brundall Primary School have been practicing their juggling skills and walking the tight rope as the Circus Ferrell visits the village.
A sumptuous range of cakes and delicacies were on offer across north Norfolk as part of one of the largest coffee morning fundraisers in the country.
The summer sunshine has reached its rays into an awesome autumn. It’s cricket weather – or time to head to the beach.
Imagine an excruciating pain which constantly makes one side of your face feel like it is burning, only easing when it moves to the other side.
For a football team to turn up without items of kit and to have to borrow from their opposition is unusual enough. For a second team to arrive at the same venue for a game just three days later in the same situation is nothing short of remarkable.
A boarding school set in the heart of a housing development zone has doubled the size of its nursery - with more expansion on the horizon.
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