A celebratory garden party is being held to mark the anniversary of the opening of the spectacular Hoveton Hall Gardens 25 years ago.
Two years after it closed, The Bridge Restaurant at Wroxham has finally reopened its doors following a £1m investment.
The Broads Authority (BA) is currently in the process of implementing a new volunteer training programme that will help younger candidates build up a skills base.
Tourism and leisure businesses in Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex have been invited to take part in a snap shot online survey which launches today at 5pm.
Paddlers using the River Waveney Canoe Trail have complained of a lack of action to construct a portage point below the Ellingham weir.
Sally, a rare Montagu’s harrier, has gone missing from her Norfolk breeding site leading to fears that she may have been killed.
Originally built in 1899, the Royal Arcade in Norwich has become a landmark with visitors and locals after a unique shopping experience.
Following last week’s heavy rains, the weather appears more settled this week.
A project which has been tracking cuckoos by satellite has provided conservationists with valuable information on the migratory patterns of the birds.
Scientists working from a lab at the John Innes Centre in Norwich have played a leading role in producing a new vaccine against poliovirus.
Organisers of the Tour de Broads have issued a survival guide for participants taking part in this year’s iconic cycle challenge.
In what is seen as a major boost for category winners in the Norfolk and Suffolk Tourism Awards 2018, organisers announced the event has partnered with VisitEngland.
The 118-year-old Wherry Maud was successfully lifted from the water in a delicate operation lasting more than six hours.
Norwich Airport has been rated one of the country’s top airports for providing assistance to passengers with a disability.
It is a charming and funny account of four young students who spent a holiday sailing on the Broads, and now this tale of a summer in 1889 will be brought to a wider audience.
Tourist attractions across East Anglia have been putting their rainy day plans into practice after the summer took a wet and windy turn this week.
Norwich-based forecaster Weatherquest said it did not see any major changes to the current weather patterns for the remainder of the month.
One of the two teenagers wanted in connection with a murder in Essex has been arrested but police have warned one of the teenagers could still be in Norwich.
Police revealed they were unclear about the motive behind the brutal murder of an elderly dog walker in woodland near a Norfolk village as the killer remained on the loose last night.
A challenge to businesses to take part in the Tour de Broads has been issued by an accounting firm.
St Edmundsbury Cathedral has been unveiled as the venue for the Norfolk and Suffolk 2018 Tourism Awards sponsored by Hoseasons.
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