October 22 2014 Latest news:
Matthew Pamplin and his partner Katie Hale have so far raised nearly £1,000 for the Oesophageal Patients Association by organising a run.
She’s lived through the ends of both world wars, and seen the coronation of the Queen.
And Laura Spurling’s own 100 years have been as eventful – with the centenarian still entertaining staff at the care home she now resides in.
A Norwich author is celebrating today after winning an international writing award which aims to challenge preconceived ideas about mental health.
Clubs and organisations in Norwich are being urged get sticking in support of the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal.
A pedestrian has died after being involved in a crash on the A1062 in Ludham.
Parents in Wymondham have branded the idea of removing a new play area as “pathetic”.
Opinion is divided over plans for a pub chain to create a new public house in North Walsham.
A university student from Long Stratton needs your help and support to secure a place in the Miss England 2015 semi-final.
An internationally acclaimed artist who studied in Norwich has been chosen to design an £11.6m project at the University of East Anglia.
The families of the Burmese workers accused of the murder of two British tourists in Thailand last month have said they are innocent, claiming the case has been rigged against them.
United by a love of creativity, a group of artists with mental health issues organised their second major exhibition in the city centre after the first one was so successful.
A service of dedication for lives lost to an eating disorder is to be held at Norwich Cathedral as part of the 25th anniversary celebrations for the charity Beat.
Earlham Park will not play host to a firework display this year. But the free Big Boom event will once again be held in the city centre.
It should be a sound which brings joy to those who hear it - evoking forgotten memories of carefree childhood afternoons. But complaints over noisy children at a new play area in Wymondham have sparked a heated row, which could see the equipment torn down - just five weeks after it was built.
The first details of how the latest round of budget cuts at Norfolk County Council could hit cultural services have been revealed.
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