June 3 2015 Latest news:
He was made the Norwich Brewery Bowls Club’s first honorary life member at 90 and a decade on he has become the club’s first ever centenarian having reached his landmark 100th birthday.
The work of Norwich’s next generation of fashion designers was showcased on the catwalk in London as part of Graduate Fashion Week at the weekend.
Town leaders are concerned about the lack of grass cutting on a popular green area, with one labelling it as “scruffy”.
Norwich man Michael Seger has been missing since early March. His partner, Sandie Smith, has written this emotional open letter to him.
A team of boatsmen and women have taken part in a day long race on the Broads in memory of their friend.
“I want Daddy home,” says a voice at other end of the room, his tone matter-of-fact rather than distraught, “I want him to come back. I want Daddy.”
An 18-year-old who has battled with anxiety and stress since childhood has been crowned Miss Norwich 2015.
They are some of the most iconic final scenes in cinema history.
Villagers are speaking out about the markings on a major roundabout which they say often trigger near-misses.
Final preparations are in place as a three-day beer festival gets set to return to south Norfolk.
When Courtney Payne lost her father at just eight-years-old, she began to lose her way.
A mother-of-two who has terminal cancer has expressed her joy at seeing Norwich City play at Wembley.
Delighted children with parents in tow climbed aboard the miniature railway to help raise money for a hospice appeal for young people.
When children at Morley Primary School heard that thieves had snatched lead from their beloved church, they were inspired to act.
The Wymondham Music Festival team launched the Festival Fortnight brochure at a busy Town Busking Day on Saturday.
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