Steven Downes

It isn’t often that one gets the opportunity to be the personification of political and social commentary.

A petition to keep open the Britvic and Unilever factories in Norwich is on the brink of 10,000 names.

If you want to remember him for that perfect goal against Liverpool in 1980, don’t watch Forbidden Games: The Justin Fashanu Story.

North Norfolk’s Conservatives have been hit by the defection of one of their councillors to the Liberal Democrats.

Outbreaks of crowd trouble marred a rare away win for Norwich City, with two City fans reported to be in hospital.

Is Norwich about to become the next Notting Hill?

It’s back. In keeping with its title, Quiz of the Week has returned, one week after its debut.

Motormouth football pundit Robbie Savage has taken a swipe at Norwich City star Wes Hoolahan over his importance to the Republic of Ireland.

I’ve been a-pondering on Norfolk’s most celebrated hero, Admiral Lord Horatio White Supremacist Nelson.

Everybody is hungry for a quiz (it seems). So we’re feeding that hunger with a new series of weekly quizzes to test your knowledge.

I’ve never made any secret of how much I love Cromer.

Nelson’s County today rallied to the side of its greatest hero after he was branded a “white supremacist” in an article calling for his Trafalgar Square column to be pulled down.

Battle is today being joined after a call was made to topple Nelson’s column in Trafalgar Square.

Cromer is today open for business after a weekend of “lockdown” triggered by intimidation and petty crime from visiting gangs.

Growing up in Cromer, we called them grockles - the tourists who descended upon our town between Easter and September.

Nelson Oliveira sparked chaotic celebrations in the away end at Craven Cottage with his late equaliser for Norwich City against Fulham.

She was the queen of cult TV show Countdown for years, amazing viewers with her magnificent maths.

The trial of a former EastEnders actor from Sheringham will begin tomorrow at Norwich Crown Court after the jury was sworn in and sent home.

It was designed to dwarf the Eiffel Tower, standing as an imperious, 400m-high monument to the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia in 1917.

A pig at a park and ride and two mystery pygmy goats that appeared in a couple’s garden sent animal lovers scurrying to the rescue on Sunday.

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